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Jane Anderson gives her 'Baby Dance' some smart new steps

The improvement is immediately apparent in the relationship between birth mother Wanda (Krystle Rose Simmons) and the African American woman, Regina (Tracey A. Leigh), who wants to adopt with her husband. The tone modulates from comical culture clash to edgy conflict as sophisticated Regina tries to mask her growing discomfort with the trailer-park existence that Wanda leads with her crude, ...

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Wheatland 2018 to feature Nora Jane Struthers, Town Mountain, Thornetta Davis; Beaver Island Music Festival to star Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band

By John SinkevicsLocalSpins.com Spring is the perfect time to make summer festival plans, and two of Michigan’s most charming music events — Wheatland Music Festival and Beaver Island Music Festival – have announced lineups sure to entice plenty of music devotees. Focusing once again on traditional roots music, as well as emerging acts with deep ties to tradition, the 2018 ...

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Jimmy Kimmel Celebrates Oscars 2018 With His Adorable 3-Year-Old Daughter Jane: Pic!

Starting off Oscars 2018 Sunday right! Jimmy Kimmel is set to host the 90th Annual Academy Awards, and kicked off the day with breakfast with his 3-year-old daughter, Jane. The Jimmy Kimmel Live! host, 50, took to Twitter to share a pic of her adorable daughter eating an Oscar the Grouch-shaped pancake with the caption, “Happy Oscars Sunday! #pancakes.” Kimmel also ...

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Janelle Monáe Details New Album, Drops Another Song “Django Jane”: Listen

Janelle Monáe has dropped another new song and music video. This one is called “Django Jane.” The video features striking visuals, including one moment when Monáe’s face appears on a woman’s lap as she raps, “Let the vagina have a monologue.” Watch below. Earlier today, Monáe shared “Make Me Feel” and its video. Both singles appear on her forthcoming album ...

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Sundance Film Review: ‘Jane Fonda in Five Acts’

The #MeToo movement has been about pushing society forward, but it is also, inevitably, about looking back — about reconsidering all the ways a culture that thought of itself as “advanced” continued to denigrate women, sometimes in the guise of progressive action. That makes the lively, confessional, and entertaining “

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