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Actor Leslie Jordan reveals details of his life in quarantine

Actor and comedian Leslie Jordan has been anything but idle during his stay at home. Known for his appearances in “Hearts Afire,” “Will & Grace” and “American Horror Story,” the 65-year-old hinted that he has much more in store when he spoke to CNN’s Anderson Cooper on “Anderson Cooper Full Circle” on Friday to discuss…More

‘Surviving Jeffrey Epstein’ pivots toward the next phase of the story

‘Surviving Jeffrey Epstein’ pivots toward the next phase of the story

After a pair of Jeffrey Epstein docuseries aired in May, Lifetime seemingly weighs in late with “Surviving Jeffrey Epstein.” But this two-part production — which borrows its title from the network’s R. Kelly documentaries — takes on a new dimension with the July arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell, the late financier’s alleged accomplice in his sex-trafficking…More

How ‘The Matrix’ is a trans story, according to Netflix and co-director

How ‘The Matrix’ is a trans story, according to Netflix and co-director

Netflix has posted a Twitter thread explaining the trans themes in “The Matrix,” after one of its co-directors confirmed earlier this week that the movie was an allegory for gender transition. Lilly Wachowski, who co-wrote and co-directed the film with her sister Lana Wachowski, told the streaming service about the intention behind the sci-fi movie…More

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Colorado State halts football activities after allegations of racism and verbal abuse

Colorado State University has paused all football-related activities indefinitely, the school’s director of athletics said, after learning of racism and verbal abuse allegations from within the Rams’ athletic administration and in the football program. This comes after Colorado State had announced earlier in the week that it had launched an investigation into its athletic department…More

6 Maryland football players opt out of fall season, including last year’s starting quarterback

University of Maryland head football coach Mike Locksley announced Friday that six players are opting out of the 2020 season, including last year’s starting quarterback. The players are defensive lineman Jalen Alexander, defensive back Vincent Flythe, offensive guard Austin Fontaine, quarterback Josh Jackson, offensive lineman Johnny Jordan and linebacker T.J. Kautai. Jackson, Jordan and Fontaine…More

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