Why Wouldn’t Sharon Bush Be Involved With Roger Clemens’s Steroid Scandal?
Just when we were getting all revved up with righteous indignation, guess who delivers a welcome blast of critical dismissal?
Plus: David Talbert, Usher, and Salman Rushdie!
You rarely have to wait more than a year to see a new Woody Allen film, but Mere Anarchy is the comedian's first prose collection since 1980's Side Effects.
Prince's new album, Planet Earth, will be given away for free in British newspapers this summer, angering British music retailers, who had hoped to sell the album in exchange for British money, which is called "pounds" instead of "dollars."
MEDIA • Seventeen will introduce an online game for teen girls called "Editor's Assistant." Well-heeled parents not required for play. [WWD] • Daniel Menaker, the editor who signed Ben Kunkel and Gary Shteyngart, will step down as executive editor-in-chief at Random House. [NYT] • First they came for the book reviewers. Now it's the classical music critics. [NYT]
This Obscure News Story, Which Should Be Huge, Shows How Trump Gets Away With Corruption
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Magician Found Dead in Closet at Hollywood’s Magic Castle
Remy Ma Drops Nicki Minaj Diss Track; Minaj Responds
Trump Condemns FBI Leakers for Leaking That He Asked Them to Leak
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Moonlight — and Other Light — in Trump’s Darkness
Nocturnal Animals Has Two Endings, and Both of Them Are Killer
Scenes from the Breitbart CPAC Luau (Featuring Dog the Bounty Hunter, Among Other Luminaries)