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Martha Plimpton isn’t letting Presidents Day go by quietly. Monday at 7 p.m., the star of film, TV and theater (“Goonies,” “The Good Wife,” “A Delicate Balance”) will salute our commanders in chief with “All the Presidents Mann,” a slate of Aimee Mann songs at Joe’s Pub (PublicTheater.org). “A lot of her music is about…
You might imagine it’s a logistical nightmare filming a series like “Counterpart,” in which JK Simmons frequently acts opposite himself in the same scene — in the very same frame. But Justin Marks, who created the Starz sci-fi/spy drama (already renewed for a second season), says Simmons has a secret weapon at his disposal: actor…
Coronation Street: Pregnant star Helen Flanagan gets emotional about daughter on Instagram
Far from living in their husband’s shadows, these female performers pushed ahead to stand tall on their own, looming large enough in the cultural landscape to blot out the sun many times over. As multitalented artist Yoko Ono celebrates her 85th birthday, here’s a look back at her legacy as well as those of other […]
Coronation Street: Faye Brookes fears future after Shayne Ward exit 'None of us are safe'
You’ve just won the lottery — literally — and want to upgrade your living situation with the help of an expert. Enter “My Lottery Dream Home.” The HGTV series, in its fourth season, features host (and noted designer) David Bromstad walking newly minted millionaire lottery winners through their paces as they search for a new…
Ex-Prabal Gurung employee says he fat-shamed her during pregnancy
Zosia Mamet takes a step beyond “Girls,” but can’t shed its affectations, in “The Boy Downstairs,” an uneven rom-com from debut feature writer-director Sophie Brooks. Diana, Mamet’s aspiring-author character, returns to New York from two years abroad only to discover she’s rented an apartment in the same building as her former boyfriend Ben (Matthew Shear)….
Ex-cop behind Lillo Brancato documentary calls him a 'friend'