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‘When Doves Cry’ profit to unite artists for Prince’s 62nd birthday

Source The doves are nonetheless crying, maybe greater than ever. And Sunday — which might have been Prince’s 62nd birthday — “When Doves Cry: Songs for...

Billie Eilish says she wears saggy garments as a result of she by no means felt ‘desired’

Source There’s a darkish motive for Billie Eilish’s signature look. The Grammy-winning 18-year-old says she typically doesn’t really feel enticing to the folks she dates, and...

Joe Unique’s ‘band’ inks file deal, set to debut new track — ‘Killer Carole’

Source The band behind Joe Unique’s tunes on Netflix’s “Tiger King” has inked a file deal. The one-man Vince Johnson Band (beforehand a two-man duo earlier...

Steve Priest, bassist who co-founded Sweet, dead at 72

Source Steve Priest, the bass player who co-founded the UK group Sweet that had hits including “Ballroom Blitz,” “Fox on the Run” and “Love Is...

New ‘Queer Eye’ theme song singer Vincint has made over straight pals, too

Source When the new season of “Queer Eye” premieres Friday on Netflix, it will have a new theme song, “Be Me,” performed by LGBTQ artist...

Tomorrowland festival announces details on digital experience

Source The party will go on, after all. Tomorrowland 2020 — the mega Belgian festival that unites revelers from all around the world — was canceled...

Bruce Springsteen on George Floyd protests: US still ‘haunted’ by slavery

Source Bruce Springsteen reflected Wednesday on the protest movement erupting across the nation in the wake of Minneapolis man George Floyd’s death. He said, “We...

Maroon 5 keyboardist PJ Morton launches trivia show celebrating black art

Source Adam Levine may be famous for making “Moves Like Jagger,” but he’s not the only Maroon 5 member making moves. PJ Morton — keyboardist for...

Da Brat on coming out: ‘Why didn’t I do this s–t years ago?’

Source On the third floor of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., one photograph in particular stands out...

K-pop fans troll #WhiteLivesMatter posts to drown out racist tweets

Source On Wednesday morning, #WhiteLivesMatter was trending on Twitter — but not for the reason many first assumed. K-pop fans are mobilizing online this week for...
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Are you able to catch the coronavirus from a swimming pool?

Source Elements of America are already baking, although summer time doesn’t formally arrive for an additional two weeks. So with the warmth on, all people desires...
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Fb removes almost 200 accounts tied to hate teams

Source Fb has eliminated almost 200 social media accounts linked to white supremacy teams that deliberate to encourage members to attend protests over police killings...

Tropical Storm Cristobal advances towards US Gulf Coast

Source NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A re-energized Tropical Storm Cristobal superior towards the U.S. Gulf Coast on Saturday, spawning a twister in Florida and bringing...

Gov. Cuomo creates user-unfriendly ‘Reopening New York Metropolis’ on-line information

Source As if re-opening after being shut down for months by a pandemic wasn’t tough sufficient, the governor’s workplace has created a clunky on-line information...