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Age: 29 Pronouns: He/Him/His Neighborhood: Greenpoint Most Likely to: Run for Office Favorite Quote: “Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.” – Dr. Seuss There was a time when our private lives were understood as wholly separate from our public personas. That time has come, and it's going—but not without a fight. This fight can only be won by people who not only see that...
Telling a successful actor that you’ve gone 99.9 percent of your life without seeing her best-known film is probably not a good idea. But I’ve only been sitting across from Anna Chlumsky for about two minutes when I relay that message. “God bless you!” she responds quickly, with cheer in her voice. “I love you for that!”   It’s an irregularity, for sure, that a person would not know Chlumsky first from My Girl. But...
As soon as the guest schedule was released for the week, it was clear that last night's The Daily Show with Trevor Noah was going to be one to keep tabs on. The guest with Noah, now in the midst of his second year hosting the political satire program after taking over for Jon Stewart last year, was none other than outspoken conservative "pundit" Tomi Lahren, who works for Glenn Beck's online network The Blaze. If you...
In a room hung with blue and purple crushed velvet curtains, an actor, Matthew Korahais, plays an electric organ with one hand and gestures to a half-open coffin shaped like a Hostess Ho Ho. It's a coffin for kids who die young from tasty, nasty things—he sings this in rhymes, his face semi-sad. He's hilarious. Korahais' little scene is a comic interlude in Doomocracy, a house of real-life horrors created by artist Pedro Reyes, directed by Meghan Finn, and written...

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