Celebrity lawyer buys Hamptons hotel for $4.7M
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Celebrity “bad boy” lawyer Mark Geragos of Los Angeles has just coughed up a cool $4.7 million for the Capri Hotel in Southampton – about $500,000 less than the asking price. The hotel has 30 rooms and a restaurant, which has served as a pop-up for …

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Kevin Hart is retiring from celebrity basketball after getting schooled by Mo …
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Mo'ne Davis beat upon Kevin Hart during the 2015 NBA Celebrity All-Star Game. There's no other way to paint this picture. The 13-year-old who made news last summer for burning up the Little League World Series with her pitching demolished Hart …

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The Making of Celebrity Stylists
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Once a fashion show begins, the front row tends to be as hushed as a pew. But Brooke Wall was maintaining a steady patter of commentary as the latest gowns of Naeem Khan, a designer favored by Jennifer Lopez and Michelle Obama, emerged under the …

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Celebrity Apprentice Recap: Leeza Gibbons dominates
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Leeza Gibbons' victory in “The Celebrity Apprentice” on Monday night was one of the most dominant performances in the history of the show. Her teams went 8-3 on the tasks while runner-up Geraldo Rivera's went 4-7. Her performance prior to Monday left …

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Why Everyone Calls JLaw, Abbi and Ilana, and Hannibal Buress Their “Spirit …
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During a random midmorning hour this week, the following celebrities were claimed on Twitter as spirit animals: Taylor Swift, Johnny Weir, Dolly Parton, Kerry Washington, Laverne Cox, Sad Drake, and Dwight Schrute. Before them, Seth Cohen provided …

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The Diplomacy of Art – Vanity Fair
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Hillary Clinton, who will be replaced this month as secretary of state by John Kerry, writes about the Art in Embassies program.

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Drama colleges hit back at 'petty jab' over elitism in the arts …
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Heads accept elitism is an issue but blame poor arts provision and access in schools and lack of money to pay living wage.

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The Privileged Are Taking Over the Arts – The New Republic
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Do the privileged control the arts, or are we all prejudiced wazzocks?

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