54 Bombed in 1998. Now It's Been Resurrected as a Cult Gay Classic.
In the summer time of 1998, writer-director Mark Christopher's 54, a clumsy cinematic paean to New York's legendary disco club Studio 54, was released to dismal reviews, a lukewarm box office, and then promptly forgotten — at least by most of us. But just …
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A Former SNL Writer on the Joys of Writing for Eddie Murphy
This weekend, Saturday Evening Dwell celebrates its 40th anniversay with a star-studded 3-hour live show. Slate asked writers from the demonstrate to tell us about performers they loved writing for. Under, Robin Duke remembers working with Eddie Murphy, who …
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Da, Da, Da: Scripture for Our Modern Occasions
The presents consist of the famous suit Modi wore to his lawnside chat with President Obama whose pin stripes consisted of 'Narendra Damodardas Modi' in small gold lettering. One admirer promptly bid … DISCLAIMER : Views expressed above are the writer's very own.
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