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Once Dismissed as a Lightweight, Shari Redstone Is Now the Most Powerful Woman in Town

Sumner Redstone’s determined daughter clawed back control of his dynasty with her long-dreamed merger of CBS and Viacom
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Masks Are a Blessing for Celebrities—and a Nightmare for Paparazzi

"I can just run to market, run around Sephora," Cher raved
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Indie Music Venues Are Struggling and the Industry Wants Congress to Act

The RESTART Act could provide a lifeline to independent clubs

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The Emmy-winning reality-TV host, who debuted his daytime talk show this week, on how to survive the L.A. jungle
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Issa Rae Is Building an Empire

The ‘Insecure’ creator says she wants a “super career” like Oprah or Ellen—and she’s well on her way
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What Will Become of an Upcoming Disney Movie Starring Armie Hammer?

There's concern the actor and accused rapist could capsize 'Death on the Nile'
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‘And the Oscar (Should) Go To…’ Our 2020 Perfect-World Picks

The Academy Awards have a long history of stiffing the worthy and exalting the iffy, but if our critic has his way, this year will be an exception
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Even if Harvey Weinstein Avoids Going to Prison, the Many Civil Suits Against Him Could Leave Him Penniless

Ashley Judd, Rose McGowan, and other litigants could collect damages from the disgraced movie mogul

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Opening Night: Bullets Over Broadway at the Pantages

How can you not love a show that features dancing gangsters and singing hot dogs?