Thursday, February 07, 2019

Remains of the Day (02/07)

Towleroad: Zac Efron and his brother are making Instagram totally wet

The Washington Post: Trump's illegitimate acting attorney general -- surprise -- doesn't understand how the rule of law works

The New York Times: Beto O'Rourke was once adrift in New York City -- now he's searching again

Baseline: Watch Naomi Osaka star in new Nissan commercial

Boy Culture: The man with Jussie Smollett the night of his reported attack speaks out

Greg in Hollywood: The sexiest Indian man on the planet

Rolling Stone: Blondie's Debbie Harry finishes long-awaited memoir, "Face It"

Gay Star News: Men arrested for trying to smuggle suitcase full of drugs onto gay cruise

Deep Dish: A strong case for men in white briefs

Associated Press: Bill Cosby reportedly moved to prison's general population unit

Dlisted: The Rock is sure looking extra jacked

Los Angeles Times: By detailing the horrific events of her gang rape, one woman fights to end sexual violence on college campuses

Tennis Life: A number of notable tennis players are now free agents, in the wake of big sports agency CAA dissolving its tennis division

OMG Blog: How to handle your crush's love of sports

Washington Blade: Trump praises Karen Pence for teaching at anti-LGBT school

The Film Experience: How much has the changing Academy changed the best documentary category?

Gothamist: East Village condo tries to rewrite rock history in hilariously bad ad

Bloomberg: Schultz's independent bid in 2020 would help Trump, poll finds

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