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John Boyega and Dawson's Creek: The Week in Pop-Culture Writing

Highlights from seven days of reading about arts and entertainment
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Jim DeRogatis | “The music industry has a history of stars using their fame to gain the trust of young women—and their parents—who expect professional relationships but end up in sexual ones. But numerous sources, including women who left his inner circle, made on-the-record allegations suggesting ongoing mental and physical abuse of several women in [R.] Kelly’s entourage far beyond

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