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In Honor of National Arts and Humanities Month, Marquis Who’s Who Presents the Arts, Culture, Sports and Entertainment Moguls Maker’s List | News

UNIONDALE, N.Y., Oct. 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Marquis Who’s Who (MWW), the world’s leading biographical publisher, is proud to announce the honorees selected for its October Maker’s List, celebrating Arts, Culture, Sports and Entertainment Moguls. The Maker’s Lists are directed by Erica Lee, CEO of MWW. These lists aim to recognize both established and emerging leaders in their respective fields.

“While our Arts, Culture, Sports and Entertainment Moguls’ list is comprised of many esteemed and identifiable names, it is our Disabled Leaders and Disability Activists’ list that I would like to call special attention to,” said Erica

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China Wants ‘Sissy Idols’ and ‘Effeminate Men’ Scrubbed From Entertainment Industry

The Chinese government’s crackdown on the tech and entertainment sectors has now turned to “sissy idols,” “effeminate men” and all things “overly entertaining.”

The measures were sketched out in an eight-point plan on Thursday by the National Radio and Television Administration. It called for “further regulation of arts and entertainment shows and related personnel.”

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Announcing the measures, the Communist Party of China’s propaganda department accused some in the entertainment industry of bad influence on the young and of “severely polluting the social atmosphere.”

One of the eight sections to one one “boycotting being overly entertaining” explained

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Nathaniel Rateliff Performs ‘Redemption’ From ‘Palmer’

The streaming premiere of Justin Timberlake’s “Palmer” was touted by Apple TV Plus as powering its ‘“most-watched weekend” since the platform debuted just over a year ago. The film has Timberlake playing Eddie Palmer, who returns home from prison and bonds with a boy from a troubled home.

However, it’s singer Nathaniel Rateliff’s end-credits song, “Redemption,” garnering awards buzz for as the race for best original song continues. Variety has the exclusive premiere of his solo acoustic rendering of the theme song (below).

 

Says Rateliff, “For me, the song is about what I saw in the film, and what I

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