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News Tink Releases New Album Heat of the Moment: Listen Jeremih, Davido, and Yung Bleu feature on the Chicago R&B singer-songwriter’s full-length By Evan Minsker July 30, 2021 Facebook Twitter Tink, photo by Shaun Michael Facebook Twitter The Chicago singer and rapper Tink is back with a new album. Heat of the Moment includes guest
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The NBA paid tribute to late college basketball standout Terrence Clarke with an emotional gesture during its annual draft. During the event that took place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Thursday, July 29, NBA commissioner Adam Silver took a pause before announcing the 15th pick and selected Terrence with an honorary pick. Terrence was just 19 years
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In many ways, the French action-comedy The Last Mercenary feels like a throwback film. It stars Jean-Claude Van Damme, an icon whose international fame peaked in the ’90s, the movie channels the same chaotic energy of past buddy cop pictures, and its soundtrack and aesthetic gesture at a deep affection for nostalgia. Yet, nothing about The Last Mercenary ever feels
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Earlier this week, a restaurant in Huntington Beach, California was getting attention after the owner put a sign on the door stating proof of being “unvaccinated” is required for entry. what the hell is “proof of being unvaccinated”? a hospital bill? https://t.co/A2rI4FNsfq — shauna (@goldengateblond) July 27, 2021 This is pretty clearly just meant to
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Yen Press Hayashi’s frank, guileless demeanor quietly draws the attention of classmates and strangers as he counts all the stairs in school, photographs street signs, and dries sweet potatoes on the classroom balcony. In a world shaped by conformity, Hayashi is refreshingly and unapologetically true to himself. Conversely, Nikaidou has worked very hard to perfect
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Winchester Mystery House announced today All Hallows’ Eve, an all-new estate-wide Halloween event with both indoor and outdoor tours kicking off on Friday, September 10th. Tickets are on sale. All Hallows’ Eve features the “Lost in the House Tour”, a theatrical paranormal investigative adventure and the family-friendly Jack O’ Lantern Trail. The Winchester Mystery House
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Arthur the A-A-R-D-V-A-R-K has been C-A-N-C-E-L-L-E-D, according to one of the original developers of the PBS Kids TV show. The final season of the long-running children’s series will air in 2022, show creator Kathy Waugh said on the Finding DW podcast. Read more: ‘Arthur’ character Mr. Ratburn comes out as gay, gets married Waugh told the Arthur-focused podcast
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A mother reliving a school shooting for the sake of her young son. A washed-up high school badminton star stuck running his father’s grocery store. A young teacher disenchanted by his romantic prospects and the privileged high schoolers he teaches to be “socially conscious.” Each of these characters is Cambodian-American, from the same, unnamed central
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“From day one, [we have] never complied, banned masks, and now [are] requiring proof of being Un-vaccinated!” By Bess Levin July 29, 2021 As COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths once again surge thanks to the delta variant, a number of restaurants across the country have announced that they’ll be requiring proof of vaccination for patrons
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My Unorthodox Life has got households all over the world binge-watching the show since it launched on Netflix. Suzanne Baum talks to its leading ladies – Julia Haart and her two daughters, 28-year-old Batsheva and 21-year-old Miriam, about life as reality TV stars. Just a couple of weeks since it premiered, My Unorthodox Life is
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Originally announced last year, Neil Marshall (Dog Soldiers, The Descent) will be following up his brand new horror movie The Reckoning with The Lair, a fresh horror project that’ll bring Marshall back into the world of creatures. It was announced tonight that filming is currently underway in Hungary and that The Lair will star Jonathan Howard (Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World, Skylines, Warner Bros.’ Godzilla
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EXCLUSIVE: Talent agency veteran William Lowery has departed Endeavor Content to launch Brigade Media Capital, Deadline has learned. The new media advisory practice, which is focused on a portfolio of entertainment ventures, is already financing post-production on two films, including the Rose Byrne-Dolly Parton production Seriously Red (which Deadline first told you about) and Murder at
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