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Florence Pugh's Red Carpet Beauty Moments Are Just Too Good For Us Not to Talk About

Florence Pugh has left her mark in the acting world, but she's also been a huge source of beauty inspiration ever since hitting the big screen. The British actress, who recently took on the role of Amy March in Greta Gerwig's Little Women, is just as exciting, daring, and engaging off screen. Recently, Pugh has been having great red carpet beauty moments that left us speechless, to say the least. We were obsessed with her twisted updo at the BAFTAs, her faux-bangs hairstyle at an Oscars preparty...
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Prosecutors seek nearly 5 years for former Baltimore mayor

Federal prosecutors want the disgraced former mayor of Baltimore to be sentenced to nearly five years in prison for the scheme involving sales of her self-published “Healthy Holly” children's books. In a sentencing memorandum filed Thursday, prosecutors told a judge that a sentence of 57 months in prison would be an “adequate and just” punishment for Catherine Pugh's “longstanding pattern of criminal conduct” and would deter other politicians from breaking the public's trust. Pugh pleaded guil...
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The Little Women Cast Rolled Up to the Oscars 2020 Carpet to Show the March Sister Chemistry Is Going Strong

As if it wasn’t enough for fans that Little Women was so perfectly cast, the stars of director Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of the timeless 1868 novel proved that they also have perfect chemistry offscreen on Sunday night. Starring Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Eliza Scanlen and Florence Pugh as the four March sisters (Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy, respectively) as well as Laura Dern as Marmee, Meryl Streep as Aunt March and Timothée Chalamet as Laurie, Little Women has earned rave reviews from critics...
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Florence Pugh Went Back to Bangs For One Night Only, and I'm Getting Amy March Vibes

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Rebecca Corbin-Murray (@rebeccacorbinmurray) on Feb 8, 2020 at 6:09pm PST Florence Pugh is bringing back her Amy March bangs, and frankly, we're thrilled. The Little Women actress recently gave a closer look at the creative hairstyle on her Instagram, after wearing the faux fringe out and about at the WME Oscars preparty. While some stars choose to wear...
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Activist swims under the Antarctic ice sheet

Pugh is known for swimming in arctic water to raise awareness for climate change, but on January 23, he became the first person to swim in a supraglacial lake: a lake that has formed on top of a glacier due to melting ice.
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Climate activist swims under the Antarctic ice sheet

Pugh is known for swimming in arctic water to raise awareness for climate change, but on January 23, he became the first person to swim in a supraglacial lake: a lake that has formed on top of a glacier due to melting ice.
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We're Not Sure What's More Perfect: The Front or Back of Florence Pugh's BAFTAs Beauty Look

Florence Pugh isn't just an incredible actor, she's also been a source of beauty inspiration ever since she hit our screens - and that inspo now includes her look at the 2020 BAFTA Awards. The actor - who has been nominated for numerous awards this year, including an Oscar - stepped onto the BAFTAs red carpet wearing a vibrant Dries Van Noten gown, but it was her hair and makeup that really took our breath away. Luckily for us, makeup artist Naoko Scintu shared every single detail of how she cre...
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Photo District News Has Closed at 40

Emerald Expositions, the operator of business-to-business trade shows that runs PhotoPlus (formerly Photo East, and before that Photo Expo) in New York City at the Javits Center, and is the most recent owner of PDN, has announced that PDN will close down and stop providing content. PDN was founded by a photo assistant named Carl S. Pugh as New York Photo District News, a newsletter for the commercial and studio professionals along lower Fifth Avenue in New York city—the photo district. It was fi...
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People Swooning for Florence Pugh’s Brother Believe He’s a Very Important 2020 Development

Warning: This post contains spoilers for Game of Thrones. From Midsommar to Little Women, actor Florence Pugh has been making headlines in the past year for her Hollywood come-up; however, when it comes to Internet adoration lately, it’s Pugh’s older brother, Toby Sebastian, who might have the market cornered. People online recently discovered that the new Oscar nominee had an older brother, a fact that becomes exponentially more interesting to his fans once they discovered that the brother in q...
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CS Soapbox: Snubs and Surprises of the 2020 Oscar Nominations

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Soapbox: Snubs and Surprises of the 2020 Oscar Nominations The time has finally arrived and the nominations for this year’s Academy Awards have been announced to celebrate some of the biggest and most critically acclaimed films of 2019. It proved to be a morning full of surprises and snubs, including the surprise that Todd Phillips’ Joker holds a commanding lead with 11 nominations including Best Picture. With all of these big surprises and snubs revealed in this morn...
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Before ‘Little Women’ and ‘Midsommar,’ Florence Pugh Was a YouTube Performer (Watch)

Florence Pugh, the breakout star of 2019 dramas “Little Women” and “Midsommar,” apparently has another talent: singing. The 24 year-old actress used to regularly perform covers and play acoustic guitar on YouTube as a teenager in 2013. Pugh, whose next film is Marvel’s “Black Widow” spinoff opposite Scarlett Johansson, went by a different stage name, […]
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After 34 Years, Ballet Memphis Founder Dorothy Gunther Pugh Will Retire

Pugh founded Ballet Memphis in 1986 with two dancers and a $75,000 budget. The organization grew over the years and now has a company of 21 dancers and a four-million-dollar budget. It also performs a full season in Memphis and tours nationally and internationally. – The Commercial Appeal
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Florence Pugh’s True Hollywood Fairy Tale

The 24-year-old, chameleonlike star of “Little Women” and “Midsommar” can make you believe in the impossible.
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Chris Evangelista’s Top 10 Movies of 2019

It was another great year for movies, where we were blessed by new classics from beloved auteurs and new works of genius from fresh faces. Where sophomore efforts turned out to be magnificent titles in their own right. And, perhaps most interesting of all, where multiple movies conveyed a similar, and timely, “eat the rich” motto. My name is Chris Evangelista, and I approve this message. These are the 10 best movies of 2019, according to me. 10. Hustlers Stylish and sexy, and ultimately m...
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All the ‘Little Women’ Movie Adaptations, Ranked

Some stories are such universal classics that Hollywood will frequently go back to tell them…again, and again. But we can always use another Little Women movie. Louisa May Alcott‘s coming-of-age classic tells the story of the four March sisters growing up in Civil War America as they struggle with poverty, societal pressures, and the pangs of first love. But the four “little women” always manage to find the joy in little things, and forge their own paths as women in a time when life was not eas...
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Little Women Review

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Rating: 7/10 Cast: Saoirse Ronan as Jo March Emma Watson as Meg March Timothée Chalamet as Theodore ‘Laurie’ Laurence Florence Pugh as Amy March Eliza Scanlen as Beth March Laura Dern as Marmee March Tracy Letts as Mr. Dashwood Bob Odenkirk as Mr. March James Norton as John Brooke Louis Garrel as Friedrich Bhaer Chris Cooper as Mr. Laurence Jayne Houdyshell as Hannah Meryl Streep as Aunt March Directed by Greta Gerwig Summary: “Little Women” is based upon the 1868 no...
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‘Little Women’ Review: This Movie Is Big

Greta Gerwig refreshes a literary classic with the help of a dazzling cast that includes Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh, Laura Dern and Meryl Streep.
Tags: Movies, News, Watson, Greta Gerwig, Florence, Laura, Emma, Greta, Pugh, Eliza, Ronan, Gerwig, Desplat, Dern, Alcott, Saoirse

Greta Gerwig’s Invigorating Little Women Adaptation Is Pure Pleasure to Watch

If you’re looking for something to collect—and you have a lot of room on your bookshelves—consider vintage editions of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women that have been inscribed as gifts, from mothers to daughters, from aunts to nieces—but also, sometimes to little men. I have a 1949 edition addressed, on the title page, “To lovely Gail, from one who loves her. Nenie.” And although I don’t own it, I have also seen one inscribed simply, in a neat but sloping hand, “Gordon from mother, Christm...
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‘Little Women’ Review: How I Learned to Stop My Internal Biases and Love Amy March

Ever since I was a little girl, I hated Amy March. I hated everything the youngest March sister in Louisa May Alcott’s 1868 novel Little Women represented: from her preening vanity, to her obsession with men, to the way life came so easy to her because of her beauty and youth — and of course, the manuscript-burning incident. Like many a Little Women reader, I connected most with Jo, the tomboyish writer who dreams of becoming an independent woman. Alcott too showed a preference for Jo — the de ...
Tags: Bob Odenkirk, Movies, Drama, Movie Reviews, Meryl Streep, Adaptation, Watson, Laura Dern, Greta Gerwig, Amy, Jo, Pugh, Louisa May Alcott, Beth, Laurie, Darcy

The 2019 Golden Dukes Awards Nominees Are Here

It’s that time again: The 2019 Golden Duke Awards are upon is. Named for the breathtakingly corrupt former Rep. Randy “Duke” Cunningham (R-CA), these awards honor the people behind the biggest political disasters of the year. Whether they’ve reached new heights of corruption, stupidity, or just plan weirdness, they deserve our commendation. Our esteemed panel of judges will consider the nominees below and render their verdict next Friday. In the meantime, as a new decade barrels our way, let’s t...
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Scarlett Johansson Didn’t Want Black Widow to be an Origin Tale

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Scarlett Johansson didn’t want Black Widow to be an origin tale Black Widow is still a long way off from release, but that hasn’t stopped several cast members — notably Florence Pugh — from dropping a few tidbits about the film for eager fans to munch on. One interesting bit of news comes via a Vanity Fair interview with the film’s star Scarlett Johansson, who reveals her disinterest in an origin tale for the popular MCU character. “I did not want it to be an origin stor...
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Catherine Pugh, Former Baltimore Mayor, Pleads Guilty in Children’s Book Fraud

Ms. Pugh, who was accused of federal crimes, resigned as mayor earlier this year.
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Former Baltimore mayor pleads guilty to charges related to book sales

Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh pleaded guilty on Thursday to tax evasion and other federal charges related to sales of a self-published children's book as part of an illegal scheme to fund her election campaign. Pugh entered the plea on two counts of tax evasion, and one count each of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy to defraud the United States. The charges stem from sales of the book, "Healthy Holly" to a charity where Pugh served on the board.
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Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh Pleads Guilty For Fraud And Tax Evasion

Pugh resigned after revelations she sold her self-published books to non-profits to promote her political career.
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Baltimore's former mayor Mayor Catherine Pugh pleads GUILTY to conspiracy charges and tax evasion

Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh today pled guilty to conspiracy charges and tax evasion in federal court. “She surrendered her passport, under terms that would allow her to go free pending her sentencing,” the Baltimore Sun reports: She pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud, conspiracy to defraud the United States, and two counts of tax evasion. The counts entail much of the sweeping allegations against Pugh in the initial indictment — that she knowingly sought to defraud pur...
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The 1926 Silent Film The Flying Ace Tells the Alternative Universe Story of a Black Fighter Pilot, Many Years Before African-Americans Were Allowed to Serve as Pilots in the US Army

The origin of dramatic storytelling in cinema is often traced to a single movie, D.W. Griffith’s The Birth of a Nation. It also happens to be a film that celebrates the racist violence of the Ku Klux Klan, based on a novel, The Clansman, that does the same. The film’s technical achievements and its racism became integral to Hollywood thereafter. Only relatively recently have black filmmakers begun entering the mainstream with very different kinds of stories, winning major awards and maki...
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Catherine Pugh, Former Baltimore Mayor, Indicted on Fraud Charges Over Book Scandal

Ms. Pugh left office after an investigation raised questions over “Healthy Holly,” her children’s book series.
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Ex-Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh Facing Fraud, Tax Charges

Authorities say Pugh double-sold or failed to deliver her children’s books to buyers
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Ex-Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh Indicted For Tax Evasion And Fraud

Pugh resigned in May amid the controversy over her “Healthy Holly” books.
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Former Baltimore mayor charged with wire fraud over 'Healthy Holly' book sales

Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh was charged on Wednesday with wire fraud and tax evasion relating to sales of her self-published "Healthy Holly" children's book to charities where she worked, federal prosecutors said. The charges against the Democrat and former state lawmaker relate to her dealings with the University of Maryland Medical System, where she was a board member, and which paid her for her children's books. Pugh, 69, who initially defended the arrangement, called it a “regret...
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