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Entries by Mike Hogan from 06/2012

Spotify The News, Black Music History Month Edition (PLAYLIST)

Posted 06.01.2012 | Entertainment

It's Black Music History Month, and HuffPost Entertainment is celebrating with a revamped installment of "Spotify the News." In this special editi...

Bill Maher, Mets Minority Owner, Says Steinbrenner And Trump 'Should Be Buried Together'

Posted 06.04.2012 | Comedy

The New York Mets organization isn't exactly known for its exquisite taste in financial partners. This is a franchise, after all, that recently settle...

Sean Parker's Airtime Launch: Olivia Munn, Joel McHale, Jim Carrey & More Improvise As Event Unravels

Posted 06.05.2012 | Entertainment

Whatever Napster founders Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning paid the celebrities who attended this morning's unveiling of their new video-chat application...

New York Botanical Garden Hosts Annual Conservatory Ball (PHOTOS)

Posted 06.08.2012 | New York

This is the way the spring social season ends. Not with a bang but with a swing band. And with a garden filled with plants painted by Claude Monet,...

Indie Producers Wrestle With Big Dreams And Small Budgets

Posted 06.12.2012 | Entertainment

It is February. It is the Academy Awards (your first time at the Academy Awards). Christopher Plummer is favored to win an Oscar for a ripe performanc...

Nas On 'Life Is Good,' Rap Beefs & How Drake & Nicki Minaj Are 'Keeping The Lights' On

Posted 06.14.2012 | Entertainment

Nas and I have something in common: We both miss the 1990s. I miss it because that was the decade when I graduated from high school and went to colleg...

Why Beasts Of The Southern Wild Is 2012's First Oscar Contender

| Posted 06.19.2012 | Entertainment
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From a distance, Beasts of the Southern Wild bears zero resemblance to the typical Oscar contender. It's neither an adaptation of a literary bestseller nor a biopic about an iconic yet misunderstood historical figure. It doesn't hearken back with nostalgic affection to Hollywood's Golden Era, nor does it have a single thing to say about World War II or the Holocaust. Its director has no recognizable credits to his name, and its stars, if you can call them that, give new meaning to the term "unknowns." One works as a baker in New Orleans; the other is years away from finishing grade school.

Oliver Stone, 'Savages' Director, On Graphic Sex Scenes, The War On Drugs And Barack Obama

Posted 06.20.2012 | Entertainment

Don Winslow's Savages is a sexy, ultraviolent page-turner about two Laguna Beach pot dealers and their shared girlfriend, who find themselves in a wor...