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Non-Woke ‘Minions’ Grosses More In 3 Days Than ‘Lightyear’ in 3 Weeks

John Nolte (Breitbart) We now have a perfect dollar-to-dollar comparison to prove how much Americans hate Hollywood’s fascist woketardery. Over three days, Minions: The Rise of Gru — the fifth...

Disney Overdosed On Wokeness. You’d Think They’d Know Better By Now

Brad Anderson(DC) Disney’s mouse is staying in his house. In a surprise move, Disney’s Board of Directors unanimously voted this week to extend CEO Bob...

Disney kids’ show character: Men have periods, too

An upcoming episode of a popular Disney children’s show features the transgender flag and an androgynous character shopping for tampons, promoting the idea that...

Works at German Art Festival Cause Stir Over Anti-Israel, Anti-Semitic Nature

“Elements being portrayed in certain exhibits are reminiscent of propaganda used by Goebbels and his goons during darker times in German history,” said...

Manufacturers Struggle to Keep Pace with Vinyl Record Demand

By: David Sharp The arrival of the compact disc nearly killed off record albums, with vinyl pressing machines sold, scrapped and dismantled by major record...

‘Elvis,’ ‘Top Gun’ Tie for Box-Office Crown with $30.5M Each

By: Jack Coyle Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis Presley biopic “Elvis” shook up theaters with an estimated $30.5 million in weekend ticket sales, but — in a...

Paul McCartney wows Glastonbury with Dave Grohl and The Boss

(AP) — Paul McCartney’s Glastonbury Festival show was two years late. Fans thought it was worth the wait. The former Beatle pulled out all the...

‘Misunderstood’? Creators of ‘Israeli Pig’ Artwork Deny Antisemitism

By United with Israel Staff While the curators of a major German art show (Documenta Fifteen) apologized for displaying an antisemitic piece that led to...

REVIEW: ‘Elvis’ This misbegotten thing needed a little more conversation, a little less action

John Podhoretz • Free Beacon   On one extraordinary February night in 1979, three television networks went to war. It was the Sunday night of sweeps...

First Moonlight Special Needs Gala Gathers Glitterati to Casa Cipriani

By Lieba Nesis Having covered the Manhattan nightlife for over a decade one thing is certain  if nightlife impresario Richie Akiva, jeweler to the stars...

Spirit of Virgil Abloh lives on at Louis Vuitton in Paris

(AP) — He may have died last November, but Virgil Abloh lived on at Paris Fashion Week Thursday in a high-energy runway spectacular for...

Review: Austin Butler, Baz Luhrmann deliver a grand ‘Elvis’

(AP) The brief life of Elvis Presley is not something that fits neatly into a conventional biopic formula, though many have tried. It was,...

Broadway to End Forced Masking as Stars Test Positive for Coronavirus

Alana Mastrangelo The Broadway League says it will end forced masking in theaters, and that face masks will be optional by July 1, as stars test positive...

An Israeli Village Where Art Dominates the Streets

Since it was founded in 1953, the charming village of Ein Hod has become a rare art colony where the genres of visual arts,...

Back in Blue: Hit Jewish Rock Group of Decades Ago is Reuniting

By: Alan Zeitlin It’s not quite New Kids on the Block getting back together, but it’s still meaningful. When Blue Fringe released “My Awakening” in 2003,...

Nazi-Style Jew-Hatred at German Art Show Covered Up

By United with Israel Staff A recurring art exhibition this month in Kassel, Germany called Documenta sparked widespread controversy due to the viciously antisemitic images...

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