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‘Impeachment’ review: FX series turns Clinton-Lewinsky scandal into addictive entertainment

In the category of Real-Life Figures from the 1990s Who Suddenly Became Famous Due to Bizarre and Unlikely Circumstances, the brilliant Sarah Paulson is now two-for-two.

Paulson won an Emmy for her portrayal of the doggedly determined but overmatched prosecuting attorney Marcia Clark in the 2016 limited series “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.”

She delivers an even more impressive disappearing act as she becomes the scheming and unpopular whistleblower Linda Tripp in “Impeachment: American Crime Story” (premiering Tuesday), which isn’t really about the impeachment of President Bill Clinton so much as it’s a chronology of the strange and

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10 People From Politics And Entertainment Who Are Also Doctors

Unlike Gregory House, these awesome doctors are real.


Ken Jeong

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Actor and stand-up comedian Ken Jeong, most famous for his roles as the gangster Chow from The Hangover series and the Spanish teacher Ben “Senor” Chang from Community, got his big break in Judd Apatow’s Knocked Up, where he played the role of a gynecologist. Interestingly he is actually board certified to practice internal medicine. Jeong went to the medical school of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and pursued residency at Ochsner Medical Foundation in New Orleans. Even after ceasing to practice, he has sometimes unexpectedly found himself using his medical knowledge to save lives as once happened in 2018 when a woman in his show developed seizures, and Jeong jumped to save her life. 


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David Spade says cancel culture has made his jokes dry: ‘I’m not’ as funny

Today’s culture climate has David Spade holding back.

The comedian, 57, opened up about cancel culture when stopped by TMZ cameras on Friday and it appears he too is feeling the dangers of the movement.

Spade admitted that he’s just as worried about his present jokes as he is his past.

“I worry about my last standup set!” Spade told a photographer. “I try to do stuff that’s a little rough around the edges. That’s the whole idea, and then if someone picks it up I guess I just cross my fingers and say it’s under the guise of comedy. My whole life is. Everything I say is basically for a joke.”


David Spade says he worries about getting canceled for his old and more recent jokes.
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China Bans ‘Cissy Idols’ and ‘Effeminate Men’ in Entertainment Sector

The Chinese government’s crackdown on the tech and entertainment sectors has now turned to “sissy idols,” “effeminate men” and all things “overly entertaining.”

The measures were sketched out in an eight-point plan on Thursday by the National Radio and Television Administration. It called for “further regulation of arts and entertainment shows and related personnel.”

Announcing the measures, the Communist Party of China’s propaganda department accused some in the entertainment industry of bad influence on the young and of “severely polluting the social atmosphere.”

One of the eight sections to one one “boycotting being overly entertaining” explained a need to put more emphasis on “traditional Chinese culture, revolution culture and socialist culture.” It said that authorities will establish a “correct beauty standard,” and boycott vulgar internet celebrities.

It also called for Chinese media to spread more positive values, and for trade associations in the television and internet entertainment sectors to provide

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16 Most Valuable Entertainment Companies in the World

In this article, we are going to list the 16 most valuable entertainment companies in the world. You can skip our detailed analysis of the entertainment industry, and go directly to the 5 Most Valuable Entertainment Companies in the World.

Despite being one of the most valuable industries in the world, the global entertainment and media industry experienced a 3.8% drop in revenues from $2.1 trillion in 2019 to $2 trillion in 2020. However, according to Global Entertainment & Media Outlook 2021–2025, the global entertainment sector will grow from here on. The entertainment industry is expected to grow by 6.5% in 2021, 6.7% in 2022, all the way up to $2.6 trillion in 2025 registering a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5%.

The entertainment industry includes film. television, radio, and print media. These segments include movies, TV shows, radio shows, news, music, newspapers, magazines, and books among

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ISU announces entertainment lineup – East Idaho News

POCATELLO — Idaho State University will host a range of entertainment during the 2021-22 “A Season of Note” series with all performances at the L.E. and Thelma E. Stephens Performing Arts Center’s Joseph C. and Cheryl H. Jensen Grand Concert Hall.

Upcoming shows include:

Oct. 2: The Doug Gabriel Show (Main $30, Upper $26)

Doug started singing at the age of 2, and professionally at the age of 12. He toured and opened for many other stars like Marie Osmond, Roy Clark, Tony Orlando, Tanya Tucker, Bobby Vinton, Mel Tillis, The Gatlins, Moe Bandy, Ronnie Mc Dowell and more.

As a long-time favorite in Branson, it wasn’t a stretch that in 1994 his own show was created, “The Branson Morning Show, starring Doug Gabriel.” His talent has made him Branson’s Most Awarded Performer, and soon he began performing at night to the same ovations he got during the day. Doug

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Plans for family entertainment center told | News

Plans for The Block, a family fun center opening soon in downtown North Wilkesboro, were shared recently.

Owners Mick and Aynsley Zulpo are developing The Block in a building near the intersection of Sixth and Main streets that originally was built as a Roses department store.

It was later a retail business complex called Melody Square and became the Square when purchased by local businessman Scott Nafe.

Mick Zulpo spoke about these plans during the Aug. 20 annual meeting of the Wilkes Economic Development Corp. at the Stone Center in North Wilkesboro.

The Zulpos recently bought the building from Nafe and Zulpo said they’ve been working on the plans for about six months.

He said they plan to install a trampoline park with various trampolines, a 2,000-square-foot “ninja warrior” course, 1,000-square-foot play area for younger children, 10,000-square-foot roller skating rink and three birthday party rooms.

He said the old Roses

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Linda Mensch, Renowned Chicago Entertainment Lawyer, Identified As Woman Killed In East Garfield Park Hit-And-Run – CBS Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) — Linda Mensch, a well-known attorney in the music and film industry and a board member with the homelessness prevention advocacy organization A Save Haven, died this week in a hit-and-run on the city’s West Side.

Police said around 3:50 p.m. Thursday, a black GMC Savana cargo van hit the 70-year-old woman in the 300 block of North Central Park Avenue, near Fulton Boulevard in East Garfield Park.

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Police say this cargo van struck and killed a 70-year-old woman in East Garfield Park on Aug. 26, 2021. (Source: Chicago Police)

Although the driver stopped at the scene of the crash, he got back into the van and fled north on Central Park Avenue.

Mensch was later pronounced dead.

(Source: Chicago Police)

Mensch’s daughter, Jess Heyman – an attorney

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Celebrities pay tribute to Ed Asner following news of his death

Celebrities were quick to take to social media to celebrate the life and career of late television icon Ed Asner. 

The actor’s death was announced through his official Twitter account Sunday, which noted that he died peacefully. No cause of death was given. 

“We are sorry to say that our beloved patriarch passed away this morning peacefully.  Words cannot express the sadness we feel. With a kiss on your head- Goodnight dad.  We love you,” the tweet reads.

He was perhaps best known for playing Lou Grant on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and its subsequent dramatic spinoff, “Lou Grant.” The role made Asner a household name throughout the country. However, as Deadline notes, Asner was the former president of the Screen Actors Guild as well as the most decorated male performer in Emmy history, with seven wins under his belt. This also made him one of the most

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Rotten Tomatoes Launches Free Lab for Aspiring Entertainment Critics

As the company’s next step in cultivating diverse critical voices, Rotten Tomatoes is launching its new “RT Labs” online educational resource program for aspiring entertainment critics, the company said Tuesday.

Rotten Tomatoes said in statement that the program will include recorded panel discussions and classes with industry experts rolled out on a quarterly basis. RT Lab video content will be published on Rotten Tomatoes and accessible under the “Critics” tab. The program material is available free of charge.

Rotten Tomatoes — known for its “tomatometer” freshness scores for movies, TV and streamed programming based on aggregated critical reviews — launches Tuesday with its first two videos that focus on self-publishing with moderator Sharronda Williams, who is producer and host of the YouTube channel “Pay or Wait.” Guests include Erik Anderson (AwardsWatch), freelance critic Robert Daniels, Li Lai (Mediaversity) and Kristen Lopez (IndieWire).

In December 2020, Rotten Tomatoes revamped its Top

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