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Long-expected day

Entertainment | Weinstein goes to court and takes the #MeToo movement with him
by Lynde Langdon
Posted 5/25/18, 02:19 pm

More than 75 women who say they survived sexual abuse had a chance Friday morning to welcome the sight of Harvey Weinstein in handcuffs. The disgraced movie mogul surrendered to New York police and was arraigned in court on charges of rape, criminal sex act, and other charges stemming from encounters with two women. Weinstein posted a $1 million cash bail and agreed to wear an electronic monitor and not travel outside New York and Connecticut.

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Focus on the family

Entertainment | Fox reboots Last Man Standing as TV networks bring comedy home
by Lynde Langdon
Posted 5/18/18, 01:16 pm

Fox announced Monday it would revive Tim Allen’s conservative-friendly comedy Last Man Standing but insisted it wasn’t trying to copycat ABC and its successful reboot of Roseanne starring President Donald Trump supporter Roseanne Barr.

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Indecent exposure

Entertainment | Amid growing concern over appropriation, the Met Gala usurps religious icons
by Lynde Langdon
Posted 5/11/18, 01:50 pm

The red carpet fashion at New York’s annual Met Gala usually raises eyebrows with avant garde edginess, but the religious imagery used in some of this year’s ensembles raised tempers, too.

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