Reflects

Kristen Stewart Reflects on the "Huge, Booming, F—ing …
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It's a new industry — celebrity news is a whole new form of entertainment — and it's a huge, booming, f—ing money-making industry, so why would it stop?" Is it all enough to give her second thoughts about continuing in a …

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Kristen Stewart Reflects on the "Huge, Booming, F—ing …
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It's a new industry — celebrity news is a whole new form of entertainment — and it's a huge, booming, f—ing money-making industry, so why would it stop?" Is it all enough to give her second thoughts about continuing in a …

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Amanda Palmer reflects on her stormy past
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To appreciate Palmer, who first emerged from Boston's music scene in the early 2000s, you have to understand her ability to provoke. She is fearless and works from the heart, which she concedes is not a popular or easy approach. But now the stakes were …

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Mavis Staples reflects on activism and music, past and present
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Mavis Staples, a Grammy Award-winning singer known for her pop and gospel music and civil rights activism, is a guest at UC Berkeley on Thursday (Oct. 30), when she will participate first in an “On the Same Page” panel discussion on music and activism, …

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Nortec Collective's Last Album Reflects Changing Times In Tijuana
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Fifteen years ago, two men from Tijuana came up with a new style of music called Nortec — a mix of norteno and techno. Now they are out with their latest and last album, Motel Baja. » E-Mail This

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Reality Check: In the Wake of a Cops Death, a Producer Reflects
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The death of Cops crew member Bryce Dion, who was accidentally shot by a police officer during a robbery in Omaha, Neb., stunned the tight-knit reality TV community. Wicked Tuna and Dirty Jobs producer Craig Piligian, who is unaffiliated with Cops, spoke with TV Guide Magazine to explain how camera operators, audio technicians, and their […]

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Katharine Weymouth reflects on departure from The Washington Post
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Katharine Weymouth knew when she talked to her uncle Don Graham about the possibility of selling The Washington Post that she was asking him to put her out of a job. She knew that any new owner would want to appoint a publisher of their choosing, which would effectively end the Graham family’s eight-decade run […]

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Barbara Walters Reflects On Her Historic Career
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Barbara Walters started smashing the TV-news glass ceiling in 1961 when she became the first female correspondent on Today. During the following five decades, the Massachusetts native was also the first woman to cohost a morning news show (Today in 1974), to coanchor a nightly news program (ABC Evening News in 1976), and then, for […]

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