Tag: Smiths

  • Chris Smith’s Documentary Is As Much Fun As Its Subject

    Chris Smith’s Documentary Is As Much Fun As Its Subject

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    I will never forget the first time I saw Devo. It was October 14, 1978, and my college roommates and I were watching “Saturday Night Live.” The band, which I had never heard of (I would guess that was true of 98 percent of the people watching the show), came on in their yellow jumpsuits,…

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  • SCOTUS Rejects Jack Smith’s Request To Expedite Trump Appeal

    SCOTUS Rejects Jack Smith’s Request To Expedite Trump Appeal

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    The Supreme Court denied a petition from Special Prosecutor Jack Smith to expedite Donald Trump’s appeal of the presidential immunity issues in his Jan. 6 case. An order issued by the Supreme Court shows that his ask was denied. No dissents are listed. Smith had asked the high court to leapfrog the D.C. Circuit after…

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  • Country Star Nate Smith’s ‘Love Is Blind’ Theme Song Didn’t Come Easy – Rolling Stone

    Country Star Nate Smith’s ‘Love Is Blind’ Theme Song Didn’t Come Easy – Rolling Stone

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    “It would be so much easier to let me go/Let me keep on wandering down my lonely road.” These are the lyrics from Nate Smith’s “Love Is Blind,” a country ballad that accompanies a dramatic and intense scene between Love Is Blind cast members Izzy and Stacy on the fifth season of the Netflix reality…

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  • Dan Mazzarini Can’t Get Enough Stan Smiths or Michael McGuire

    Dan Mazzarini Can’t Get Enough Stan Smiths or Michael McGuire

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    Back in 2012, Dan Mazzarini launched BHDM Design, and since has added ARCHIVE by Dan Mazzarini as a “blogazine” extension of the brand. As Principal and Creative Director, he tells stories through built environments, hotels, restaurants, startups, corporate interiors, single and multi-family homes, and far more. Dan and his team use a “hospitality-forward” approach to…

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  • Review: Zadie Smith’s new historical novel ‘The Fraud’

    Review: Zadie Smith’s new historical novel ‘The Fraud’

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    Review The Fraud By Zadie SmithPenguin: 464 pages, $29 If you buy books linked on our site, The Times may earn a commission from Bookshop.org, whose fees support independent bookstores. Zadie Smith’s new novel, “The Fraud,” is a Dickensian delight. Not only is it set in 19th century England with a sprawling cast of characters…

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  • We Were Lorie Smith’s Lawyers. All Americans Should Applaud Our Win for Free Speech

    We Were Lorie Smith’s Lawyers. All Americans Should Applaud Our Win for Free Speech

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    303 Creative v. Elenis is a landmark victory for free speech. The Supreme Court reaffirmed the foundational principle that the Constitution prohibits the government from forcing Americans to say something they don’t believe. As the Court wrote, “The First Amendment envisions the United States as a rich and complex place where all persons are free…

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  • Andy Rourke, bass guitarist of The Smiths, dies at 59

    Andy Rourke, bass guitarist of The Smiths, dies at 59

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    Andy Rourke, bass guitarist of The Smiths, one of the most influential British bands of the 1980s, died Friday after a lengthy illness with pancreatic cancer, his publicity firm confirmed to CBS News. He was 59. Rourke died early Friday morning in New York City at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Reybee Inc. said in…

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