Roxane Gay Launches Talk Show Podcast With Luminary
EXCLUSIVE: Roxane Gay, the author of Bad Feminist, is back with a new podcast. The writer has teamed up with subscription podcast network Luminary to launch The Roxane Gay Agenda. The series, which premieres on January 25 in partnership with iHeartMedia, will feature conversations with Gay, who also offers uncommonly incisive reads of the politics that shape the world and popular culture. It will be produced by Gay and Curtis Fox, a veteran podcast producer who is story editor for Radiotopia’s Ear Hustle and has worked on podcasts for The New Yorkers and Esquire Magazine.
Neve Campbell was confronted with a longstanding fan rumour about "Scream" characters Stu (Matthew Lillard) and Billy (Skeet Ulrich) during an interview with Chris Azzopardi of Pride Source.
"Are you wondering whether there was a burgeoning love relationship going on there?" Campbell said as Azzopardi circled the question of whether Stu and Billy were secretly gay.
"Perhaps, perhaps," Campbell continued.
"Yeah, it’s very much a possibility, and now that Kevin’s out and talking more about that, I would imagine that’s a big part of his thinking," added Campbell, referencing openly gay "Scream" creator Kevin Williamson.
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"Well, I don’t know clearly, ’cause Kevin hasn’t said to me clearly that’s what it is, but it is a possibility, right?" she clarified.
However, she added, "If I were to theorize, I would say that there was perhaps some confusion with them. Pretty confused guys. [Laughs.] And that maybe some of their anger comes from not being allowed to be who they want to be, if you wanna go there. [Laughs.] What do you think?"
Stu Cowan: Normal would be a welcome change for Canadiens' Ducharme .
Dominique Ducharme doesn’t know what it’s like to be an NHL head coach when there’s not a pandemic. He knows all too well, however, what it’s like to coach the Canadiens in an empty Bell Centre. That would be the case again Thursday night when the Canadiens played the Anaheim Ducks in their first home game since a 3-2 shootout win over the Philadelphia Flyers on Dec. 16. Only hours before that game, government officials decided that no fans would be allowed because of the spreading Omicron variant.