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Thursday, October 26, 2017

‘Diva Whisperer’ Richard Jay-Alexander opens conversation series in Miami Beach

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‘Diva Whisperer’ Richard Jay-Alexander opens conversation series in Miami Beach
By Rod Stafford Hagwood
October 25, 2017

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Theater director, producer and all-around impresario Richard Jay-Alexander has worked with showbiz legends Barbra Streisand, Bette Midler, Julie Andrews, Kristin Chenoweth and Bernadette Peters.

“They call me the Diva Whisperer in social media,” Jay-Alexander, 64, says from his home in Miami Beach. “I look at the roster of stars, and I guess I understand it.” Read More

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Saturday, September 30, 2017

Midler on Music In General: “There’s nothing I really don’t like,” she said. “I see value in all kinds of popular music.

Midler on Music In General: “There’s nothing I really don’t like,” she said. “I see value in all kinds of popular music. That’s why it surprises me that people throw their music away. Here we are, Americans, and our pop music is a real treasure. Yet the record-buying public, as a whole, has cast the older music aside. And music has diminished. Modern pop has its moments. It’s not all great, but the swing stuff probably wasn’t all great, either. In hindsight, you tend to dig up the gems and focus on them.” (1991, Chicago Sun Times) – Bette Midler Read More

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Thursday, September 14, 2017

Bette Midler Destroys Trump & Betsy DeVos With One Savage Tweet

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Bette Midler Destroys Trump & Betsy DeVos With One Savage Tweet
Instinct Staff | September 12, 2017

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Legend, icon, and star Bette Midler, destroyed Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, along with her boss, Donald Trump.

And she did it using less than 140 characters!

DeVos announced that the Trump administration’s would rollback President Obama’s policies to protect victims of sexual assault on campus.

Per NPR’s Tovia Smith, DeVos emphasized the need to balance the rights of alleged victims with those of the accused. Read More

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Friday, September 8, 2017

8 Films We Can’t Wait To Catch At Chicago’s Iconic, LGBTQ Reeling Film Fest This Year: Trudie Styler’s directorial debut (with a Bette Midler cameo)

Chicagoist
8 Films We Can’t Wait To Catch At Chicago’s Iconic, LGBTQ Reeling Film Fest This Year
BY TONY PEREGRIN IN ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
ON SEP 7, 2017 9:01 AM

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The 2017 Reeling film festival—the second oldest LGBTQ film fest in the U.S.—unspools Sept. 21 at Music Box Theatre with Hello Again, a sex-fueled all-star screen adaptation of an under-the-radar John LaChiusa musical that follows the erotic escapades of characters with names like The Whore, The College Boy, and The Young Thing. Clearly, Reeling 35 starts off with a satisfying bang—ten actually, since the sensual musical tells the tales of as many love affairs, each set in a different decade. Read More

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