New York Times Front Page Honors Coronavirus Victims as U.S. Death Toll Nears 100,000 — Variety

As the United States’ coronavirus death toll nears 100,000 victims, The New York Times listed 1,000 people’s names on its front page in Sunday’s edition. The newspaper’s first two pages appear as a sprawling list of obituaries that represent only 1% of the nearly 100,000 deaths. 11 more words

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Trump Calls for Investigation Into Unproven Joe Scarborough Murder Conspiracy — Variety

On Saturday, President Trump called for an investigation into an unfounded conspiracy theory about MSNBC host Joe Scarborough and the death of a former employee. Trump’s two Saturday tweets followed earlier posts in May about the baseless theory that Scarborough was involved with the 2001 death of Lori Bolterstein Klausutis, who worked for him when…

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Home Movies: ‘Something Wild,’ a Blast From the Past That Previewed the Future (Column) — Variety

There’s a fascinating game of movie fandom that goes like this: “What’s the greatest movie of or that never got the love, or the reputation, it deserved?” If you’re talking about the 1980s, I wouldn’t hesitate to say that it’s Jonathan Demme’s “Something Wild.” You’ve probably heard of it, and have […]

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