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Kim France

I was born in Houston, Texas in 1964 and have lived in New York City since 1988. I had a long career in magazines, working at Sassy, Elle, New York, and Spin, and in 2000, I founded Lucky magazine, which I edited for ten years.

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    y.k.
    16 May 2018
    8:19am

    o so many nice links!
    – I loved Bonfire at the time, I wonder if I would today. (A Man in Full on the other hand…)
    – Really looking forward to the Ally Sheedy piece. I’m a huge fan – does anyone remember her book – She Was Nice to Mice?
    – and boy the Fug Girls are killing me.
    (lastly, along those lines, this instagram is very funny:
    @garyjanetti
    if you’re interested in royal George, you’ll laugh hard).

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      Heather
      16 May 2018
      2:37pm

      I totally remember She Was Nice to Mice! I was super jealous that she got to publish a book when she was, I think, 12.

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    Jules
    16 May 2018
    8:38am

    Thanks for the article by Alley Sheedy. I’ve been watching more foreign TV shows and movies lately and it is always shocking to me how they cast ‘normal’ looking actors. I love it, but it makes me sad that we can’t seem to get to the same place in America.

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      Gk2829
      16 May 2018
      11:17am

      I have been thinking a long the same lines. I wish mainstream tv and movies would realize diversity of talent (including race, ethnicity, age, orientation, gender, looks eye.) was an asset instead of a problem to overcome.

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    Candy
    16 May 2018
    8:53am

    Wow, the essay by Ally Sheedy. So good, so depressing.

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    Debra
    16 May 2018
    10:17am

    “She looks like a British Nellie Olsen megafan.” Hahahahahahahaha!

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    Elizabeth
    16 May 2018
    3:32pm

    Great essay by Ally Sheedy, How do we change this, raise our daughters and sons?

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    Jax
    16 May 2018
    8:55pm

    PUDDY!!! Because Patrick Warburton is wonderfully and drolly funny as a cave man version of Superman.

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    Hick from Styx
    17 May 2018
    11:23am

    Of course! The Tick (now appearing in a white suit and platform shoes in a rental car commercial). What’s not to like about him?

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      Jax
      17 May 2018
      11:41am

      He’s also a fantastic narrator in Netflix’s Series of Unfortunate Events. Guilty pleasure — him in Rules of Engagement, a sitcom I enjoy more than it deserves, mainly because of Warburton and the other actors.

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    Moi
    17 May 2018
    10:34pm

    I’m gutted that Tom Wolfe is dead. A true original. Fearless and utterly unique.

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