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Monday, August 18, 2014

Tear Gas & Rubber Bullets - Last Night in Ferguson, Missouri | The Award goes to Orange is the New Blacks Actress... | Louis Vuitton Museum Project | @VanityFair

Ferguson, Missouri
The Escalation Continues
Police again fired tear gas and rubber bullets on crowds last night in Ferguson, Missouri. Governor Jay Nixon had instituted a midnight curfew, but the situation devolved well before then, with cops and armored vehicles pushing back protesters. One not-so-savvy officer threatened to shoot a reporter who was live-streaming from the scene, and even Captain Ron Johnson, who spoke movingly at a unity rally early in the day, detained some journalists. Nixon called in the National Guard, though it seems they’re to be tasked with guarding a police command center, not civilians.

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Uzo Aduba
(Crazy) Eyes on the Prize
Orange Is the New Black scooped up its first Emmy in the form of Uzo Aduba’s win for guest actress in a comedy. Aduba, who plays Crazy Eyes on the show, beat out some friendly competition: Orange castmates Natasha Lyonne, and Laverne Cox were also nominated. “I’m stuffed really. I'm beyond full,” Aduba told the press after winning. “My cup runneth over right now. I feel absolutely all of those things: I feel full of joy, like a fountain. Mission accomplished. Thank you.” Congrats, Uzo!

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Foundation Louis Vuitton
Gehry’s Paris Coup
Despite its echoes of Paris’s architectural past, Frank Gehry’s latest museum project—the Fondation Louis Vuitton, opening this fall in the Bois de Boulogne—is like nothing the city has seen before: muscular and delicate, utilitarian and fantastic, a marriage of cultural ambition and private enterprise. Paul Goldberger looks at the genesis of LVMH chairman Bernard Arnault’s partnership with Gehry, and the triumphant result.

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Vanity Fair
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