This week Marilyn Monroe has officially reentered the public consciousness with Kim Kardashian and Andy Warhol’s help.
Former Wimbledon champion Boris Becker has been found guilty by a London court of hiding millions of dollars in assets from his creditors — including property in his home country of Germany — and has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years in jail. According to the BBC, the six-time Grand Slam tennis champion, who rose to fame at the age of 17 in 1985 when he became the youngest person to ever win the men’s singles
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Colleen Barry and Will St. John’s romantic, tender new show highlights their skillful grasp on figurative portraiture.
It’s rare that an affordable housing project brings an Emmy- and Grammy-winning satirist out of the woodwork — save one in an Ohio town of fewer than 4,000. Comedian Dave Chappelle spoke out against a project with an affordable component in his town of Yellow Springs, Ohio, according to the Dayton Daily News and multiple other outlets. The city council ultimately approved the project by developer Oberer Homes — without the affordable component. Chappelle, whose
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“Friends” star David Schwimmer has been dubbed a hero for helping New York City police solve an alleged stabbing that occurred near his Manhattan home this week. According to CNN, the 47-year-old actor invited the NYPD into his East Village townhouse on Monday, May 26, “to view his surveillance video of a bloody brawl that …