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Thursday

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December 2014

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Jon Stewart Responds to Decision Not to Indict Officer that Killed Eric Garner

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For those depressed and perplexed by the grand jury’s decision not to indict the NYPD officer responsible for the unnecessary choke-hold that killed Eric Garner, Jon Stewart has a few words of wisdom worth watching. Stewart rightfully points out that the suggestion of implementing cameras on cops is irrelevant considering Garner’s death was filmed and the consequence remained the same as the Ferguson case. Watch below.

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Thursday

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December 2014

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Yahoo Presents Iggy Azalea Live Stream — Tune in Tonight

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Yahoo’s bold re-brand is taking shape on the music scene with live concert streaming. They’ll revisit their “On the Road” tour this year by featuring Iggy Azalea’s show at the University of California’s Bovard Auditorium. Tune in tonight at 8PM (11PM EST) to catch the action live via the video below.

Wednesday

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December 2014

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Gwen Stefani Releases “Spark the Fire” Video: WATCH NOW

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Everyone knows that the sole purpose of ‘The Voice’ is to give the judges a chance to peddle their projects in front of a large population of people. And one of those judges now includes Gwen Stefani, who performed her new track live on the show. Her latest song, “Spark the Fire,” is an up-tempo tune, which was predictably co-penned and produced by hit maker Pharrell Williams. The eye-catching, animated video is a must see. Watch below to see Stefani at the top of her solo game.

Wednesday

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December 2014

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Brian Williams Slow Jams Immigration News on Jimmy Fallon

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With short attention spans, increased technology, and limited interaction, it’s clear that the news needs a creative delivery. In an effort to detail President Obama’s controversial executive order on immigration, Jimmy Fallon turned to Brian Williams. The 10-year veteran of NBC’s Nightly News has some serious swag. Watch below to see Williams joined by Fallon and Tariq Trotter from The Roots, who uttered the impressive line, “Republicans are mad immigrants aren’t leaving, just like your in-laws on Thanksgiving.” Enjoy!

Wednesday

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December 2014

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Jon Stewart and Larry Wilmore: “Sh**ty White People Should Discredit Their Race”

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While stuck on an airplane to LAX, I stumbled across the O’Reilly Factor, and in an effort to keep an open mind to all sides of the debate, I begrudgingly watched Bill O’Reilly’s Ferguson coverage. The entire O’Reilly rundown reeked of racism, with claims about a plea to focus on black-on-black crime, in addition to statistics meant to suggest that racism is a thing of the past. But only Jon Stewart could adequately express the outrage. Watch Larry Wilmore’s look at the issue, with great quotes such as, “Quit calling it black-on-black crime. It’s just crime,” and “I have a dream. That one day, the actions of a few sh*tty white people will be seen as discrediting their entire race.”

Tuesday

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December 2014

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Sony Hackers Reveal Top Salaries: Republished By Deadline

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Sony hackers divulged salaries of the company’s top executives, and Deadline published the breakdown, claiming “its readers need to know when stuff happens.” That’s an interesting argument, and it’s one that could also be used for the hackers who published naked pictures from the private phones of celebrities, because “the public should know when naked titties have hit the internet.” Good job, deadline. It’s great that your team takes the moral high ground. And as an aside, if you’re going to re-publish the morally depraved work of other websites, at least link to the original content.

Saturday

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November 2014

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Tabloid News: The Weekly Rundown

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Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett are a mess. Us Magazine

Tom Hanks’ son has been honest about his addiction. NYDN

The Real World’s Ryan Knight died. TMZ

French Montana won’t sign a Kardashian pre-nup. Bossip

Ariana Grande and Bette Midler are going at it. MSN

Jordin Sparks threw shade at Justin Derulo. The Stir

Halle Berry sued her ex over her daughters hair. Just Jared

Tori Spelling will ride her reality show solo. Newsday

Did Hayden Panettiere and Wladimir Klitschko Split? Classicalite

Snooki got married. E! Online

Mickey Rourke is back in the boxing ring. Yahoo


Thursday

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November 2014

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EBONY Magazine Gala: Power 100 Red Carpet Interviews

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EBONY® Magazine celebrated its 2014 EBONY Power 100 Gala at the AVALON Hollywood, and the prestigious affair honored 100 of the most influential African-Americans in the country. Wayne Brady hosted the evening, and the iconic Quincy Jones received the coveted EBONY Achievement Award. Enjoy interviews below from the red carpet with our field reporter Abigail Cooper.

RED CARPET INTERVIEWS

The legendary Verdine White from Earth Wind and Fire talks about online streaming and the state of the music industry.

Supermodel Beverly Johnson talks about reality television as a venue for success for today’s models.

Entertainment Tonight host Kevin Frazier recounts his heated argument with his friend Ashton Kutcher.

Event host Wayne Brady talks to our friends at Oh Hair No about whether he prefers natural hair on a woman.

Actress and television host Holly Robinson Peete tells us her favorite genre of entertainment.

Actress and gospel singer Tamela Mann reveals her inspirations.

American trainer Shaun Thompson talks about the popularity of the fitness industry.

Leaders at Ebony Magazine celebrate diversity by recounting their effort as pioneers in the industry.

Tuesday

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November 2014

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Danny Clinch & Stevie Nicks Photography at Art Basel — Morrison Hotel Gallery

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In connection with Art Basel, the Dream South Beach hosts a fine art music photography exhibition, curated by Morrison Hotel Gallery in combination with D’Angelico Guitars. Founded in 2001 by music industry insiders, the Morrison Hotel Gallery has a vast catalog, representing 90 of the world’s leading music photographers and their archives.

This year’s event will feature work by the legendary Stevie Nicks and famed music photographer Danny Clinch. In addition to his work as a world-renowned music photographer, Clinch is a three time GRAMMY® Award-nominated director. His unforgettable images have also been featured in Rolling Stone, SPIN, Vanity Fair, Esquire, GQ, and the New York Times Magazine. His photographic exhibit at the Dream South Beach will chronicle Clinch’s career with more than 200 images of iconic musicians, along with personal anecdotes and a written contribution by Bruce Springsteen.

The Stevie Nicks exhibit, ’24 Karat Gold,’ will take you into the rock icon’s private world with her personal Polaroid collection. Stevie Nicks herself will also enrich the exhibition with unique recollections.

All of the gallery’s displayed images on December 4th and 5th will be for sale, and clients can view additional images in a separate suite. Clinch’s book, Danny Clinch: Still Moving (Abrams), is also available for purchase, as is Stevie Nicks new album, 24 Karat Gold – Songs From the Vault . You can also catch Fleetwood Mac on tour.

Enjoy images from the event below.

© Danny Clinch/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Danny Clinch/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Danny Clinch/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Danny Clinch/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Danny Clinch/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Danny Clinch/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

Monday

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November 2014

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The Worst Performances of the AMAs — WATCH NOW

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Though I usually refrain from negative commentary, I’ll make an exception for some very awful AMA performances, starting with Iggy, whose choreography idea was so incredibly dated, it’s almost embarrassing. How many paparazzi-based intrusion openers can we see on stage? I’d encourage her team to get a little more creative. As for the jungle gym, no comment. Next, there is Charli XCX, who took prom a little too literally. Retro is fine, but without a twist, it’s just tired. This is also all too close to Katy Perry. It’s time for Charli XCX to re-brand. Third, there’s Selena Gomez, who is slightly tough to support considering her ballad is about Justin Bieber, which makes empathy impossible. The performance gets a pass, but unless Gomez plans to step up her game with a discernible identity, I’m not sure what place she holds in the pop world. Last and certainly least was Christina Milian and Lil Wayne, who struggled from start to finish. The live mix had severe issues, with Milian mixed cartoonishly low, which unfortunately highlighted Lil Wayne’s many struggles.

Enjoy each performance below, and my apologies in advance to any artist reading this that I offended. The goal here was constructive criticism, and hopefully that was accomplished.


Lil Wayne & Christina Milian – Start A Fire… by uploaderdisney

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