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Rob Reiner

By Allison Kugel

Rob Reiner may have entered show business as an industry legacy, following in the footsteps of his famous father, legendary comedic writer and performer, Carl Reiner. But he quickly paved his own path with an artistic and social point of view all his own. After paying his dues with bit parts and writing gigs on various television series throughout the 1960s, Reiner got his big break in 1972, when Norman Lear cast him as Michael ‘Meathead’ Stivic, the outspoken, liberal, counterculture son-in-law of Archie Bunker on the now culturally iconic television series, All In The Family.

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Lenny Kravitz

Lenny Kravitz on Race, God & Spreading Love Through Music

By Allison Kugel

Twenty-nine years after releasing his debut album, Lenny Kravitz is still letting love rule, but with an eye towards societal strife that continues to go unchecked. The multi-Grammy award winning musician brings forth a conscious body of work with Raise Vibration, his eleventh studio album, out September 7th.  The first single off the Raise Vibration album, It’s Enough, is a battle cry against corporate greed, political corruption and racism. Kravitz switches gears with his follow up single, Low, exploring the perils of his near-mythical sensuality with intonations alluding to his past intimate relationships. For Lenny Kravitz, the art of the story is paramount, while pop music trends are immaterial. He tells stories through his writing, vocals, and the multitude of instruments he has mastered over the years. Continue reading

Dita Von Teese

Burlesque Icon Dita Von Teese Touts Her Own Brand of Feminism

By Allison Kugel

Born out of a time capsule from Hollywood’s golden era, glamour girl and burlesque goddess, Dita Von Teese has been captivating imaginations around the world since she burst onto the scene in the early 2000s, first on the cover of PlayboyMagazine, and then draped on the arm of controversial rocker, Marilyn Manson. Since then, Dita has carved out an iconic reputation for herself as the most famous and sought after burlesque performer in the world. Vanity Fairhas dubbed her a “Burlesque Superheroine,” and Ellehas declared her an “all around icon.” Continue reading

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With Father’s Day quickly approaching, Americans are looking to find the right gift for Dad- something he can use and enjoy. If you’re tempted to gift him another tie this year or tool for his growing collection, reconsider. According to TopCashback.com, the US’s most generous cashback site, 46% of American dads really want a gift card on his special day. TopCashback also found 74% of Americans plan to purchase a Father’s Day gift and 84% aim to spend between $1 and $100 on the paternal figure(s) in their lives.

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