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Fashion: The Right Kind of Retro
1960s-inspired accessories to add some vintage flair to your fall wardrobe

Photo: Koji Yano

Exclusive First Look: Laverne Cox in V magazine’s “Rebels” issue:

“A lot of my life has been about me charting my own space for myself, creating a space for myself to survive. Now I’m trying to reframe my experiences. I’m not just in survival mode anymore. I’m in a space where I can thrive.”

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A True Blood Fan First, Composer Second. Nathan Barr, the show’s composer, opens up about his plans for a True Blood musical and that Eric-Jason sex scene.

While the show has finally reached its conclusion, True Blood still lives on in Barr’s world. The composer made headlineswhen he revealed that he wanted to bring the show to the stage; an idea that he admits he’s had since season one when he wrote the song “Take Me Home” for a scene involving Sookie eating pie after her grandmother’s death. Wanting the song to be heard, Barr pitched the idea to show creator Alan Ball, who liked the idea, according to Barr, and helped him pitch it to HBO. “There are no guarantees at this point,” he admits, but he’s pushing forward. And Barr promises that the musical won’t follow the series into such territories as werepanthers. “It’s more about finding the essence of what the story is about and if you look at it from that point of view, it actually becomes quite simple because a musical is two hours.”



STUNNING! Eurovison winner Conchita Wurst gets the Karl Lagerfeld treatment in CR Fashion Book. Click to see all the images.

Robin Williams Struggles With Being Gay In One of His Final Roles

“This is one of the kindest characters Williams has ever played, which makes his self-imposed turmoil — the consequence of not wanting to hurt anyone, least of all his wife — all the more tragic.” — Peter Debruge, Variety