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Trevor Noah said he is leaving The Daily Show. Take a look at some memorable moments
Patrick Semansky/AP The Daily Show host Trevor Noah announced he is leaving the show after seven years with the program.Noah first joined The Daily Show as a consultant in 2014, and took over hosting duties from Jon Stewart in 2015."And here's the problem that everyone realized about Donald Trump, almost too late," Noah said in one episode.His interview with Tomi Lahren Noah sat down in 2016 with conservative commentator Tomi Lahren, who received backlash at the time for her views on Black Lives Matter and immigration.
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'Luda' isn't a book you read it's a book you experience
Grant Morrison's Luda is a wildly entertaining drag show of the highest intellectual order.Luda is witty, gorgeous, and charming, all of which remind Luci of herself before the ravages of time dimmed her inner light.Luda is a narrative concerned with the passage of time and the magic of performance.Luci and Luda are men, women, men that play women, and women that play men.Many books you read; Luda is a book you experience.What follows is a bizarre journey that spirals into the dark, monstrous heart of the city of Gasglow as Luci and Luda's relationship grows and shifts, their fellow actors keep dropping like flies, and Luda morphs into a bigger, stranger, deadlier, more mysterious version of everything Luci was.
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Raymond Antrobus uses spoken word poetry to portray a diverse experience of sound
That meant Brennan sometimes played music in the background.It was produced by Grammy-award-winning music producer Ian Brennan.The poet played some of Brennan's past work to his then 10-month-old son, who responded well to it.When he came to poetry, much of his work was built on the history and foundations of poetry slams and spoken word performances.Poet Raymond Antrobus Marilena Umuhoza Delli/Ian Brennan The artists recorded most tracks in one take.Poet Raymond Antrobus Marilena Umuhoza Delli/Ian Brennan Other sonic elements on the album include sound recorded underwater, such as on the track "Miami Airport Immigration."