It’s the first day of June and even though we’re nearly halfway into the year, the news about police brutality and violence against PoCs continues to make waves.
Are you still reeling from that April Fools’ Day prank pulled by a Happy Endings writer toying with our emotions about a possible reunion? Is it that you just miss the sage advice and exhuberance of Penny Hartz? This week in ladymags we look at the ladymag queen herself, Oprah, through the eyes of our favorite failed hipster.
Lots of things to cover, so let’s just get right to it!
Happy Indigenous Peoples’ Day!
Newly sober and fresh out of her sixth stint in rehab, actress Lindsay Lohan is attempting to rebuild her career on the documentary series Lindsay on the Oprah Winfrey Network. Of course, our eyes are glued to the screen, waiting to see if Lindsay’s attempts at making a legitimate clean break from the party lifestyle will manifest itself into the phoenix-rising effect similar to peers before her like Britney Spears.
This weekend, my mom and I went to see The Butler because it was her birthday and also because she loves Oprah. Full disclosure, we saw the movie on a Saturday night with popcorn and Diet Coke for under $20, because Mom is something of a local celebrity with the early 20s, late teens crowd, having been a substitute teacher who most of them have known since kindergarten. So the experience is colored rosily regardless, because you never get to see a movie that cheap on Saturday. Read More Movie Review: The Butler