The Women Behind “Portlandia”‘s Real Feminist Book Store Are Livetweeting The Super Bowl

Jessica Wakeman | January 31, 2014 - 6:30 pm
  • Finally, a reason to watch the Super Bowl: the women behind the feminist bookstore in Portland that inspired the one on “Portlandia” will be livetweeting the game “from a feminist perspective” over the @IFCportlandia Twitter account. Maybe the ladies of In Other Words will get a visit from Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein? A feminist can hope! [IFC]
  • Justin Bieber’s private jet was searched after it landed in New Jersey for the Super Bowl because of a strong odor of pot coming from the plane. No drugs were found. [TMZ]
  • Dax Shepard penned a long, thoughtful essay for The Huffington Post about why he believes the children of celebrities should be off-limits to the paparazzi — and how that will start with people boycotting gossip rags. [Huffington Post]
  • Lana Del Rey is reportedly secretly engaged to her boyfriend, Barrie-James O’Neill from the band Kassidy. [US Weekly]
  • Here’s a master list of all your favorite shows (“Scandal”!) and what date they return to TV in February. [Ain’t It Cool]
  • Here’s director Travis Matthews on the film he directed, “Interior. Leather Bar.”, with James Franco, which reimagines the last 40 minutes of “Cruising.” [The Toast]
  • Jesse Eisenberg is the new Lex Luthor in the “Man Of Steel” sequel. [People]
  • Prince has decided not to sue a bunch of his fans after all. [New York Times]
  • “Community”‘s Alison Brie reads Craigslist Missed Connections and actually makes them sound romantic. []

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