Daily Glixel: ‘Tacoma’ Rewards Standing Still, ‘Life Is Strange’ Prequel Preview, ‘Fortnite’ Dev Issues a Mea Culpa
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Happy Friday, everyone! Welcome to Daily Glixel, a roundup of the day’s gaming news. I’m still feeling the summer gaming slump, so my weekend’s going to be filled with backlog games like Fire Emblem Echoes and Stellaris. The galaxy isn’t going to conquer itself, you know! Before you head off to whatever fun the weekend brings, catch up on what’s happening in the video game This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Daily Glixel: ‘Tacoma’ Rewards Standing Still, ‘Life Is...

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Jay-Z Remakes ‘Friends’ With Issa Rae, Tiffany Haddish for ‘Moonlight’ Video
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Jay-Z remakes Friends in the video for the thought-provoking track “Moonlight” off his latest album, 4:44. The rapper released the video via Tidal, like previous clips, promptly at 4:44 p.m. Friday. Get Out star Lil Rel Howery (Get Out), Atlanta’s Lakeith Stanfield and comedian Jerrod Carmichael play the male protagonists, while Insecure creator Issa Rae, Girls Trip star Tiffany Haddish and Tessa Thompson take on the female roles. Hannibal Buress makes a guest appearance as himself midway through...

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Russia Apologizes for State-Run Doping Scandal
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Russia publicly apologized for the doping scandal that got the country suspended from international track and field by the Council of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) in November of 2015. The apology came from Russia’s athletics boss Dmitry Shylakhtin in front of an IAAF Congress on Thursday on the eve of this month’s World Athletics Championships in London, England. “I would like to apologize to all athletes who have had gold and silver medals snatched from them at...

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‘Pharma Bro’ Martin Shkreli Found Guilty on Three Counts in Securities Fraud Trial
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Former pharmaceutical CEO Martin Shkreli, better known as the “Pharma Bro” and “America’s most hated man,” was found guilty on three of eight counts of securities fraud Friday. Shkreli faces up to 20 years in prison, but will likely get a much lighter sentence, per the Washington Post. A jury found that Shkreli cheated investors out of more than $11 million between 2009 and 2014 in a “Ponzi-like scheme.” Prosecutors argued that Shkreli repeatedly lied to investors in two hedge funds, MSMB...

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Watch Lil Yachty Unleash Inner Child in ‘Forever Young’ Video
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Lil Yachty celebrates old-fashioned summer fun in his new music video for “Forever Young,” which dropped Friday. The Alex Lill-directed clip shows Yachty and a female friend (played by model India Love) acting like a couple of kids at a California carnival, driving bumper cars and go-karts, riding down a giant waterslide and playing mini golf together, all set against a backdrop of rainbow skies and tall palm trees. The track, produced by Diplo, is carefree in its warm summer...

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343 Industries Details Updates And Changes Coming to ‘Halo 5’
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Nearly two years after its initial release – and 10 major updates later – developer 343 Industries is still updating and tweaking Halo 5, it’s second major entry into the famous first person shooter franchise started by Bungie in 2001. it recently detailed new updates and changes it plans to implement over the course of the fall. Writing in a blog post, 343 first touches on the Xbox One X update for the game, which it announced back in July....

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Watch Trailer for New Grace Jones Doc ‘Bloodlight and Bami’
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Grace Jones and her enviable cheekbones are the focal point of a newly released trailer for the Sophie Fiennes-helmed documentary, Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami. The film, which was created out of a decade’s worth of footage, premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival next month. In the minute-and-a-half-long trailer, Jones can be seen applying makeup first in the back of what can be assumed to be a long black limo, and then in front of a backstage vanity. Set...

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Friday, 04 August 2017
Eva Marie Tweets ‘Bittersweet Goodbye’ to the WWE
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It’s been five months since Wrestling Inc. learned that Eva Marie’s contract would not be renewed, and the wrestler confirmed the news today by saying goodbye to the WWE on Twitter. “Today I’m saying a bittersweet goodbye to @WWE,” Marie tweeted. “Thanks to the entire team, and YOU, my fans, for these 4 years! #AllRedEverythingForever“ The WWE posted a statement on its site, explaining they have “mutually agreed to contractually part ways as of today, Aug. 4, 2017” with Marie....

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Neil Young Plans Online Archive With Full Catalog, Unreleased Music
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Three months after Neil Young first revealed his plans for a new high-definition streaming service, the singer detailed his upcoming digital archives, which will feature both Young’s entire catalog as well as soon-to-be-completed “unreleased albums.” “Every single, recorded track or album I have produced is represented,” the singer wrote in a note posted on the Neil Young Archives website, which will allow users to virtually stroll Young’s catalog from 1963 to now. “View all albums currently released...

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Hear the War on Drugs’ Reverb-Soaked New Song ‘Pain’
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The War on Drugs released a new song, “Pain,” the second single from their upcoming fourth LP, A Deeper Understanding. The Philadelphia sextet layer guitars and keyboards into a This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear the War on Drugs’ Reverb-Soaked New Song...

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Watch Dobro Master Jerry Douglas Reinvent ‘Hey Joe’ in New Video
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Even after 14 Grammys, Jerry Douglas is still exploring unlikely musical pairings, as evidenced by the soul- and bluegrass-melding rendition of “Hey Joe.” Off the upcoming record What If, out August 18th, Jerry Douglas Band blends a horn section with his and others’ traditional instruments, adding a new facet to an American folk standard made popular by Jimi Hendrix. “Hey Joe,” This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Dobro Master Jerry Douglas Reinvent ‘Hey Joe’ in New...

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Nintendo Adding Fan Favorite Gun Sploosh-o-matic To ‘Splatoon 2’
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Nintendo announced today through Japanese Splatoon Twitter account (via Nintendo Life) that it would be adding the Sploosh-o-matic gun to Splatoon 2 tomorrow. The gun was a fan favorite from the This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Nintendo Adding Fan Favorite Gun Sploosh-o-matic To ‘Splatoon...

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Why Professional Cuddling Is Booming Under Trump
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On a Saturday night in Venice, California, light spills from an open door on an otherwise dark street. The space appears to be an art gallery or studio: blank walls, cubbies for shoes and personal items and cushioned mats and pillows lining half of the room’s hardwood floor. Twelve individuals filter into the room – dressed in pajamas, yoga attire, sweatpants – some more confidently This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Why Professional Cuddling Is Booming Under...

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10 Great Adam Yauch Musical Moments
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Adam “MCA” Yauch was the oldest member of the Beastie Boys and, in many ways, both the creative and spiritual center of the group. As they pivoted from the bratty white rap trio that gave hip-hop its first Number One album, 1986’s Licensed to Ill, to the socially conscious, genre-bending group that This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 10 Great Adam Yauch Musical...

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Watch Brad Paisley Sing Hits, Talk Mick Jagger on ‘Today’
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New York City woke up to a torrential rains this morning, putting a damper on Brad Paisley’s planned outdoor performance in RockefellerPlaza for the Today Citi Concert Series on NBC. But the country superstar and several of his fans were invited into the This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Brad Paisley Sing Hits, Talk Mick Jagger on...

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10 New Albums to Stream Now: Rolling Stone Editors’ Picks
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Randy Newman, Dark MatterThe ever-witty singer-songwriter “greets #MAGA America with his signature brutal comic irony and heartbreaking grandeur,” writes Jon Dolan. Read Our Review: Randy Newman Makes Irony Great Again in Dark This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 10 New Albums to Stream Now: Rolling Stone Editors’...

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BJ Barham, American Aquarium Announce New Lineup, Plot Fall Tour
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Last April, singer-songwriter BJ Barham, the leader of the country-rock band American Aquarium, announced that the longstanding members of the group were going their separate ways. For Barham, that meant a solo tour in support of his This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: BJ Barham, American Aquarium Announce New Lineup, Plot Fall...

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Review: Randy Newman Makes Irony Great Again on ‘Dark Matter’
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Randy Newman is so busy as a film composer (most recently with Cars 3) that we get new albums from him only about once a decade. But the guy’s got pretty good timing: Just as 2008’s excellent Harps and Angels served as a sardonic send-off to the Bush era, Dark Matter greets #MAGA America with his signature brutal comic irony and heartbreaking grandeur. The nine-minute “The Great Debate” is a Broadway-scale throwdown between religion and reason that’s so nuanced Newman...

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Author Danny Goldberg on Searching for the Truth Behind the Hippie Myth
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In mid-1967, at the tail end of the Summer of Love, Berkeley freshman Danny Goldberg went down to Haight-Ashbury to check out the scene. The neighborhood was buckling under the weight of 100,000 new hippie inhabitants, but a sign in a store window told Goldberg all he needed to know; it read simply “Nebraska Needs You More.” “It couldn’t possibly survive the attention it got,” says Goldberg of the San Francisco counterculture. “It was dead.” Goldberg may have arrived late,...

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