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Yahoo! BooksAug 02, 2020
Coronavirus updates: More pro athletes opt out of season, Birx warns rural US, Texas doc fights 'war against COVID, war against stupidity'
A Texas doctor says he is fighting 'a war against COVID and a war against stupidity.' He has hopes for first, says second becoming 'more difficult.'


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South Africa's coronavirus case toll soars while Lagos continues phased reopening (Yahoo! Books)

Yahoo! ArtsAug 02, 2020
Airbnb cracks down on New Jersey 'party houses' as COVID-19 spreads among young people
Within the last few weeks, large indoor house parties across New Jersey, including Airbnb rentals, have been blamed for spikes in COVID-19 cases.


Yahoo! BooksAug 02, 2020
Mexico arrests 'El Marro,' gang leader at the center of a bloody cartel war
Mexican authorities say they have detained José Antonio Yépez Ortiz, alias 'El Marro,' the alleged leader of the Santa Rosa de Lima cartel.


Playbill NewsAug 02, 2020
How The Parsnip Ship Grew Into a True Reflection of Its Theatre Community
The play podcast curates each season around a specific demographic that is underproduced and underrepresented in the American theatre.

Yahoo! BooksAug 02, 2020
SpaceX is landing 2 NASA astronauts off the Florida coast even though Hurricane Isaias threatened several Florida splashdown locations
NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley will splash down near Pensacola or Panama City on Sunday as Hurricane Isaias batters Florida.


Yahoo! BooksAug 02, 2020
Dr. Deborah Birx says the US is in a new, 'more widespread' phase of the coronavirus pandemic
The White House coronavirus response coordinator told CNN that current outbreaks in the US are "different from March and April."


Yahoo! BooksAug 02, 2020
Rep. Clyburn on Tropical Storm Isaias heading towards the Carolinas, Biden's search for running mate
House Majority Whip James Clyburn joins ‘Fox & Friends Weekend.'


Playbill NewsAug 02, 2020
How Iyvon Edebiri Grew The Parsnip Ship Into a True Reflection of Her Theatre Community
The play podcast curates each season around a specific demographic that is underproduced and underrepresented in the American theatre.

VultureAug 02, 2020
The Umbrella Academy Season-Finale Recap: Back to the Future
It turns out mucking around with the past can have some real consequences after all.

Yahoo! BooksAug 02, 2020
Tropical Storm Isaias approaches Florida coast, expected to return to hurricane Sunday
ORLANDO, Fla. - Tropical Storm Isaias was expected to return to hurricane status overnight as it approached the southeastern Florida coast Saturday night, according to the National Hurricane Center's 11 p.m. update. Hurricane warnings remained in effect from Boca Raton in Palm Beach County to the Volusia and Flagler county lines in Central Florida. Isaias downgraded to tropical-storm strength ...


Billboard Music NewsAug 02, 2020
Fans Pick Beyonce's ‘Black Is King' as This Week's Favorite New Music
Music fans voted in a poll published on Billboard, choosing Beyoncé's stunning new visual album on Disney as their favorite new music release from the past week.

Billboard Music NewsAug 02, 2020
Taylor Swift Achieves Seventh No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart & Biggest Week of 2020 With ‘Folklore'
Taylor Swift's "Folklore" flies in at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, capturing the biggest week for any album since Swift's last release, 2019's "Lover."

Yahoo! BooksAug 02, 2020
Texas will now allow people taking the bar exam to bring their own menstrual products
The Texas Board of Law Examiners will allow test-takers to bring their own menstrual products after previously forbiding them over security concerns.


Yahoo! BooksAug 02, 2020
The world's airlines say they won't recover until 2024, reflecting a new wave of pessimism as the pandemic rages on
It may be 2024 before airlines fully recover from the coronavirus crisis, a major airline group acknowledged for the first time.


VultureAug 02, 2020
Taylor Swift's folklore, Her Seventh Number One Album, Has Biggest Week of 2020
She's now the only artist ever to have seven consecutive albums sell 500,000 copies or more in a single week.

Billboard Music NewsAug 02, 2020
Japan's DISH// Drops ‘Neko' Video Series Inspired by TikTok Fans: Watch ‘Paper Dish' Version
J-pop boy band DISH// shared the new animated music video for their hit song "Neko - THE FIRST TAKE ver. -" made in collaboration with fans on TikTok.

VultureAug 02, 2020
Mahlon Reyes, Deadliest Catch Deckhand, Dead at 38
The crab fisherman worked aboard the Seabrooke and Cape Caution on the Discovery Channel reality series.

Yahoo! ArtsAug 02, 2020
Manchester-born 'wellness entrepreneur' revealed as Jeffrey Epstein's alleged ex-girlfriend
A Manchester-born publisher has been identified as the alleged former girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein named in legal papers relating to Ghislaine Maxwell that were unsealed by a Manhattan court last week. A woman named as "Shelley" was allegedly named by Ms Maxwell as Epstein's girlfriend between 1999 and 2002, according to an email contained in papers released by US District Judge Loretta Preska. It has now been claimed that the woman is Shelley Ann Lewis, 43, a "wellness entrepreneur", who runs a company called The Equanimity Expert. There is no suggestion that Ms Lewis was aware of any criminal behaviour by Epstein during the time of their alleged relationship. It coincided with the time when Virginia Giuffre alleges she was coerced into having sex with the Duke of York - an allegation that Prince Andrew has repeatedly and vehemently denied. Ms Lewis could, lawyers believe, be approached by prosecutors and attorneys in the United States acting for Epstein's victims to ask what she knew about the alleged behaviour of Ms Maxwell and Epstein. The tranche of papers was compiled during a defamation case brought against Ms Maxwell by Ms Giuffre. They were released despite fierce opposition from Ms Maxwell's legal team. In a January 2015 email to Epstein, Ms Maxwell wrote: "I would appreciate it if Shelley would come out and say she was your g'friend - I think she was from end [19]99 to 2002." Epstein replied: "OK with me." Ms Lewis' name appear

Billboard Music NewsAug 02, 2020
The Best Fan Reactions to Taylor Swift's ‘Folklore' Hitting No. 1 on the Billboard 200
Fans were swift to make it known they're delighted over Folklore's accomplishments.

NYTimes ArtsAug 02, 2020
Lady Macbeth in Appalachia, and Other Tales by an American Master
With a new collection, "In the Valley," Ron Rash revisits the monstrous protagonist of "Serena" and plumbs the depths of Southern hearts.

Yahoo! BooksAug 02, 2020
An Indiana school reopened for students. There was a positive COVID-19 test on day one.
It was the first time students in Greenfield, Indiana, had been back in schools since the pandemic closed them in March.


Time EntertainmentAug 02, 2020
Wilford Brimley, Cocoon and The Natural Actor, Dies at 85
The mustached Brimley worked his way up from movie stunt rider to an indelible character actor

Yahoo! BooksAug 02, 2020
Portland, America's 'whitest' big city, is an unlikely hub of Black Lives Matter
Portland, Ore., where more than 72% of the population is white, has been transformed into a national center of the movement for racial justice.


Yahoo! BooksAug 02, 2020
A cartel war has transformed once-tranquil Guanajuato into one of Mexico's deadliest states
Homicides soar as two gangs battle it out in the Mexican state of Guanajuato.


NYTimes ArtsAug 02, 2020
It's a Book. It's a Podcast. It's a Three-Act Play, in Your Ears.
Jesse Eisenberg's audio drama, "When You Finish Saving the World," is coming to Audible ahead of a film adaptation with Julianne Moore.

AV Club FilmsAug 02, 2020
R.I.P. Wilford Brimley
Wilford Brimley has died. One of the great gruff old men of cinema—despite the fact that his first great "old guy" performance, Cocoon's Ben Luckett, came when he was still just 49 years old—Brimley lent gravitas to everything from landmark sci-fi films, to John Grisham legal thrillers to, yes, oatmeal commercials and…

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Playbill NewsAug 02, 2020
Stars in the House Spotlights Theatre Raleigh With Producing Artistic Director Lauren Kennedy Brady and More August 2
Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley's daily series benefits The Actors Fund.

Playbill NewsAug 02, 2020
Playbill Vault's Today in Theatre History: August 2
Burn the Floor and Gilda Radner—Live From New York both open on Broadway.

USA Today: BooksAug 02, 2020
'Life of a Klansman' review: Edward Ball confronts the bad (racist) apples in his Family Tree
In his latest book, "Life of a Klansman: A Family History in White Supremacy," Edward Ball delves into his family's racist Southern past.        

Yahoo! ArtsAug 02, 2020
Letters to the Editor: The cult of Trump is starting to inflict casualties. Just ask Louie Gohmert
Rep. Louie Gohmert is remaining stridently anti-mask even after being diagnosed with COVID-19, because he things that's what Trump wants.


New York Times MoviesAug 02, 2020
Wilford Brimley Dead at 85; 'Cocoon' Star Known for Cranky Characters
Recognizable by his walrus mustache, the actor specialized in playing cantankerous characters in "Absence of Malice," "The Natural" and other films.

Yahoo! ArtsAug 01, 2020
Connie Culp, 1st US partial face transplant recipient, dies
Connie Culp, the recipient of the first partial face transplant in the U.S., has died at 57, almost a dozen years after the groundbreaking operation.


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Billboard Music NewsAug 01, 2020
Katy Perry Describes New Album & Explains Why Being Pregnant Makes Her Feel ‘Powerful'
Katy Perry dropped some hints about what fans can expect from her upcoming album, 'Smile.'

Yahoo! BooksAug 01, 2020
A Black Lives Matter mural is set to be removed in Tulsa after the city received a request for a pro-police painting
"Allowing one group to paint messages on the street means everyone would be able to do so," Tulsa City attorney said, adding that murals shouldn't be allowed for safety reasons.


VultureAug 01, 2020
Lena Dunham Wants to Be the Voice of Her COVID-19 Generation
She detailed her experience with the virus in a post called "My Covid Story."

Yahoo! ArtsAug 01, 2020
The Maryland county where Barron Trump attends school has ordered private schools to stay closed until October
Despite the president's repeated call for schools to open to students, his son's Maryland private school will remain closed due to a county order.


Playbill NewsAug 01, 2020
Watch Telly Leung Host a Discussion With Voice Physicians for New Health and Wellness Interview Series
Centerstage With Healthcare Heroes marks a partnership between Playbill and Weill Cornell Medicine.

Playbill NewsAug 01, 2020
How Well Do You Know the Elphabas of Broadway?
Test your knowledge of Wicked's green leading ladies.

NYTimes ArtsAug 01, 2020
James Silberman, Editor Who Nurtured Literary Careers, Dies at 93
At Random House and elsewhere, including his own Summit imprint, he worked with James Baldwin, Marilyn French, Hunter S. Thompson and many others.

Billboard Music NewsJul 31, 2020
First Stream Latin: New Music From Joss Favela, Aitana, Yandel & More
Yandel's new album "Quien Contra Mi 2," Reik's new single "Pero Te Conocí" and more new music featured on First Stream Latin.

Time EntertainmentJul 31, 2020
Plush Toys, Jewelry and Dance Lessons: How Broadway Workers Are Hustling Amid COVID-19 Pandemic Closures
(NEW YORK) — Broadway seamstress Amy Micallef hasn't put her talent on hold while theaters are shut. She's been making plush toys—unusual plush toys. Micallef, who has worked in the wardrobe departments of "Hamilton," "Waitress" and "Frozen," makes gleeful representations of COVID-19, complete with a pair of eyes and faux fur. Each one goes for…

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NYTimes ArtsJul 30, 2020
With American TV on Pause, Here Are 5 British Series to Watch
On outlets from Hulu to Peacock to PBS, it's the summer of the trans-Atlantic import.

NYTimes ArtsJul 30, 2020
Trevor Noah Thinks Trump Is ‘Oddly Chilled Out' About Russia
The president said he didn't ask Vladimir Putin whether Russia paid to have U.S. troops killed. The "Daily Show" host can see why that talk would have been "super awkward."

Time EntertainmentJul 24, 2020
Let's Break Down Taylor Swift's Tender New Album Folklore
From "The 1" to "Hoax"

Rolling Stone Movie ReviewsApr 23, 2020
The Perfect-Life Facade Crumbles Fantastically in ‘Bad Education'
Hugh Jackman and Allison Janney shine in their roles as New York school administrators who stole millions from their Long Island school district

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Yahoo! MusicDec 02, 2015
Your ‘Thinking Style' Predicts The Kind Of Music You Will Like
The way these guys think says a lot about the music they like. (Touchstone Pictures)

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