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Singer R. Kelly sued for sexual battery, false imprisonment

(Reuters) – A woman who said she meet R&B singer R. Kelly at a party in 2017 has filed a lawsuit against him, accusing him of sexual battery, false imprisonment and transmitting a sexual disease, the latest in a string of accusations against the Grammy-award-winning pop star. FILE PHOTO: Recording artist R. Kelly leaves the […]

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At Chuy’s, “Deep in the heart of Tex-Mex” doesn’t taste quite as good as it sounds — The Know

1.5 stars (out of 4) Elvis Fried Chicken. (Provided by Chuy’s) Coloradans like to goodheartedly tease Texans about wearing jeans on the ski hill, but if there’s one thing both populations are serious about, it’s south-of-the-border cuisine. Texas, of course, has a slightly different take on the fare: Tex-Mex, which blends traditional Tejano eats with […]

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Parents, critics warns of sex abuse, grooming

Sonja Haller USA TODAY Published 11:10 p.m. UTC May 22, 2018 Show Dogs is a slapstick, buddy-cop comedy with talking dogs that seemed perfect for kids. Except that parents say mixed among the gags about bikini dog waxing and glitter dog turds are dark scenes about touching private parts and going to your happy place while it’s happening.   Terina […]

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Hall of fame to redo soccer star Brandi Chastain plaque

A bronze plaque honoring soccer star Brandi Chastain got a red card Tuesday after a social media outcry over its unflattering portrayal of the athlete. The Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame in San Francisco said Tuesday it will redo the plaque, which was unveiled a day earlier and quickly panned by the public. Fans […]

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In the age of Facebook, Fahrenheit 451 turns up the heat

Bahrani has now brought Bradbury’s book to the screen, commissioned by HBO Films to write and direct a fresh adaptation of it. Bradbury’s own inspiration for the story came from stories of ancient libraries in Alexandria, Egypt, burning thousands of years ago, and from history’s more recent, darker chapters, notably the book burning in Berlin […]

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Rachel Cusk on Motherhood, Marriage in New Book ‘Kudos’

Rachel Cusk is not a radical–at least not anymore. Critics lambasted her as a “bad mom” when she asserted that marriage and motherhood deprive women of any sense of self in her memoirs A Life’s Work (2002) and Aftermath (2012). Years later, she’s still writing about the anguish of divorce and parenting, but those ideas […]

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