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Sure the expression is ‘Netflix and Chill’ but there are other options out there. In fact, Netflix’s competitors are uping their content game so to keep up and become cliché status as well. Here’s a list of all of the shows and movies coming to Hulu in June as well as a list of the… READ MORE »


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No one asked for another documentary about Vogue, but sometimes the universe hears our secret whispers, because this trailer for The First Monday In May looks like it’ll be just as delightful as The September Issue, but with the added drama and intrigue of Rihanna!!

The Andrew Rossi-directed film takes on the events leading… READ MORE »


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“Children Of The Stars” is available on Hulu, and you need to watch it, like, now. READ MORE »


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The documentary will premiere February 5th on Showtime. READ MORE »


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As I mentioned earlier this week, I’m not really a big visual art person. I am, however, a giant nerd about documentaries. So, here are a few about art that I dig and are online and free to watch.

“In The Realms Of The Unreal”

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If you’ve exhausted your collection of sex-filled flicks, it’s time to open the doors to a genre that is both arousing and factual at the same time: love and sex documentaries. We’ve rounded up the best racy but true documentary films now streaming on Netflix, so sit back, relax, and prepare to get intimate with… READ MORE »


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“I heard I wasn’t right for the company. I wasn’t right for ballet. My skin was too dark. I was too muscular. My bust was too big.” READ MORE »


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Burt’s Bees will always matter. READ MORE »


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Lauryn’s still got it, guys. READ MORE »


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Like the pig pictured above, I am going to have a chill-as-hell weekend. READ MORE »


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Nina Simone is one of those artists that I feel a deep connection to. My very first memory is of being put down for a nap in my crib — yes, my crib; I have memories from when I was an infant, apparently — and my mother putting Nina’s cover of “Cotton Eyed Joe” on… READ MORE »


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Here’s your first peek at the Amy Winehouse documentary, set to be released in the UK this summer. Watch as a young Winehouse shares her dreams about fame and her concerns about success over a haunting rendition of “Back to Black,” and prepare yourself for all the emotions you didn’t necessarily want to feel this early… READ MORE »


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“I don’t have any rules, because I would be breaking them, so it’d be a waste of time.” READ MORE »


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Dr. Rebecca Gomperts is a physician, artist, human rights activist, and founder of organizations Women on Waves and Women on Web, which are featured in the documentary “Vessel.” The organizations provide safe abortion options to women living in countries with restrictive abortion laws. Gomperts launched the Women on Waves, which sails a mobile abortion clinic to… READ MORE »


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Upcoming documentary “Vessel” follows the experiences of Rebecca Gomperts, a Dutch physician who founded Women on Waves, which brings contraception and safe abortion services to women in countries with few reproductive rights. Gomperts felt the need to take action for women whose control of their own bodies are prohibited by their nation’s government, often at… READ MORE »


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We’ve all seen wizards playing quidditch on broomsticks in the “Harry Potter” films, but these days, quidditch is a very real sport on college campuses across the world. The new documentary “Mudbloods” explores the root of the sport’s growth from a fantasy on a book page to a real-life hobby with its own World Cup. READ MORE »


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New HBO documentary “Private Violence” follows the experiences of Deanna Walters, a mom who was beaten by her estranged husband until she was close to death, and Kit Gruelle, the survivors’ advocate who helps Walters fight for justice. Walters and Gruelle weave their way through a complicated legal system and Walters finds that the law is… READ MORE »


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Quidditch isn’t just played in “Harry Potter” — it’s become a real-life sport on college campuses all over the U.S. “Mudbloods,” a documentary hitting limited theaters and On Demand in October, will explore the intense subculture that compels people to run around on a field with a broom between their legs at a competitive level. READ MORE »


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