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Jeff Goldblum Delights With Piano Skills and ‘Jurassic World’ Jokes at Intimate L.A. Show: Concert Review

Ellise Shafer Jeff Goldblum gave renewed meaning to the oft-used phrase “intimate concert” on Wednesday night during his jazz comedy show at The Sun Rose in West Hollywood.Before Goldblum was joined on stage by the Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, with whom he has released two jazz albums, the “Jurassic World Dominion” star kicked off the show solo by getting to know his audience. But this wasn’t your average pre-concert Q&A or call-and-response game.

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Russian Doll stars Natasha Lyonne and Charlie Barnett have opened up about season two’s ending.The Netflix series returned last week for its long-awaited second outing, this time seeing Nadia Vulvokov (Lyonne) travelling back in time as she finds herself in the body of her mother (Chloë Sevigny).In the final episode, Nadia – having given birth to herself – steals the baby version of herself, collapsing time and finding herself in familiar series locations such as the birthday party in season one and the Yeshiva school that previously served as a location on the show.Nadia eventually returns the baby after pleadings from Alan (Charlie Barnett) and a number of Ruths – and Lyonne has now cleared up any confusion over whether Ruth is dead despite this appearance, confirming that she passed away “in that space between episode six and seven”.“Time is what gives life its order,” she explained to Entertainment Weekly. “And its meaning, on some level, is that it is finite.“These are ideas that are well-explored, but I think that Nadia is so hard-headed — or wants so badly to be able to affect some kind of change, or fix things — and in trying to rearrange the past, there is a karmic consequence wherein she misses that present moment.”The finale also sees Nadia and Alan find themselves in ‘the Void’ after getting hit by another train, having to face their demons and learn lessons to resolve them.“Season one was about breaking through these boundaries of death.