Bill Nye Strives to Save World in Inspiring ‘Science Guy’ Doc Trailer
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Bill Nye opens up about his past as a hero of children’s television and discusses his efforts to promote climate science and rational thinking in the trailer for the new documentary, Bill Nye: Science Guy. In the first half of the clip, Nye talks about studying under Carl Sagan and how the famed astronomer This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Bill Nye Strives to Save World in Inspiring ‘Science Guy’ Doc...

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Cam Unveils 2017 Best Coast Tour of California, Pacific Northwest
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Cam is one of several California natives currently making their mark on contemporary country music, along with Jon Pardi and Brett Young. It’s only fitting, then, that the “Burning House” performer would name her upcoming headlining trek the Best Coast Tour. The just-announced tour, which shares its name with the popular indie rock band fronted by This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Cam Unveils 2017 Best Coast Tour of California, Pacific...

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Daily Glixel: Yes, Mario Originally Punched Yoshi in ‘Super Mario World’
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Welcome to Daily Glixel, a roundup of the day’s video game industry news. Today, Nintendo clears up one of gaming’s long-running mysteries, PUBG players find a clever new way to play the game, Telltale talks about its future on the Switch, and Shenmue III’s characters look (slightly)...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
Tom Hanks to Revive ‘SNL’s David S. Pumpkins for Animated Halloween Special
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One year after Tom Hanks’ pumpkin-suited Saturday Night Live character David S. Pumpkins went viral, the sketch will be transformed into an Halloween-themed animated special. The David S. Pumpkins Halloween Special will air at 11:30 p.m. EST on October 28th. In the original SNL sketch, Pumpkins was part of a “Haunted Elevator” sketch where a couple found This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Tom Hanks to Revive ‘SNL’s David S. Pumpkins for Animated Halloween...

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North Korean Figure Skaters Hope to Qualify for Winter Olympics
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Two North Korean figure skaters are hoping to qualify for the 2018 Winter Olympic games, and, in doing so, bring a sense of peace and security to the upcoming games to take place in Pyeongchang, South Korea beginning February 9th, 2018.  Ryom Tae-ok and Kim Ju-sik are hoping to become the first North Korean athletes in the 2018 Winter Olympics, which are being held just 40 miles This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: North Korean Figure Skaters Hope to Qualify...

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NYC’s Most Charming Spot Is Just 4 Blocks From Times Square
Real Estate

But actually. Who would have thought that tucked away in a cranny of Hell’s Kitchen sits one of the most picturesque courtyards in all of New York. Take a stroll down 46th Street between 9th and 10th avenues and be sure to keep your eyes peeled for a discreet gate bearing the number 422. Completely unremarkable to any regular passerby, simply a sliver of the hidden jewel box locked behind the gateway pokes through. An intimate scene out of an...

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Watch Lil Yachty’s Lustrous ‘Lady in Yellow’ Video
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Lil Yachty broods in bright colors in the new video for “Lady in Yellow.” The track appears on the Atlanta rapper’s debut album, Teenage Emotions. The clip opens with a young woman returning from the store and organizing her groceries in color-coordinated cabinets. Fittingly, the camera zooms in on the jar of mustard she places in the yellow cabinet before cutting to a clip of Yachty stepping out of a yellow cab. As Yachty croons the syrupy slow jam, the...

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See Lauren Alaina’s Intense ‘Doin’ Fine’ Video
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Lauren Alaina’s current single “Doin’ Fine” opens with the killer couplet, “Daddy got sober, mama got his best friend / I’ve cut down crying to every other weekend,” pulling the first part directly from her own life to set up a look inward at a complicated set of emotions. Alaina embodies that wildly varying set of feelings in the new “Doin’ Fine” video, out today. As a phrase, “Doin’ Fine” is one of those things people say to be polite,...

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Inside The Luxurious Homes Of Designer Dogs
Things We Love

Even the best interior designers know, the one accessory, the one must-have staple that every well appointed home needs, is a dog. A furry accent piece that warms up any room. In the soon to be released book, At Home with Dogs and Their Designers: Sharing a Stylish Life, we’re given an inside look at the impeccably decorated homes of 22 of the industry’s most premier interior designers, and, their dogs. Homes where the pups have free reign, from the...

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George Martin’s Film Scores, Orchestral Works to Be Released
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The orchestral works of late Beatles producer George Martin will be released on a new album, George Martin: The Film Scores and Original Orchestral Compositions, November 10th via Atlas Realisations/Pias Classics. A limited edition double vinyl LP will be available in January 2018. Conductor Craig Leon and the Berlin Music Ensemble recorded the album at the Meistersaal in Emil Berliner Studios in Berlin. The LP will feature the music Martin penned for films like Yellow Submarine and Live and Let Die, as...

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‘Lucky’ Review: Harry Dean Stanton Gets the Goodbye He Deserves
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What can you say about Harry Dean Stanton, who died at 91 on September 15th? That he was one of the best actors in the business? You’ve seen Repo Man – that’s a given. The good news for Stanton enthusiasts, and we are legion, is that he’s going out at the top of his game with a starring role in this melancholy indie. John Carroll Lynch, a character actor (Fargo, Zodiac) in the great Stanton tradition, makes his directing debut with...

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Vito Schnabel Got Arrested For Dealing Shrooms At Burning Man
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Vito Schnabel is so trust fund baby it hurts. We mean, he’s already an “art curator,” which is hardly a real career, right? Well, it nabbed a spot on our trust fund baby career guide, along with “freelance psychiatrist,” which seems to be Vito’s side hustle.  Vito was caught at Burning Man, which doubles as an unofficial reunion for top tier prep school kids, dealing shrooms. We have to say, this is a little off brand for Vito. Usually the...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Diagnosed With Breast Cancer
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus announced on Thursday that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer. In a short note posted on Twitter, the Veep star wrote, “1 in 8 women get breast cancer. Today, I’m the one. “The good news is that I have the most glorious group of supportive and caring family and friends, and fantastic insurance through my union,” Louis-Dreyfus continued. “The bad news is that not all women are so lucky, so let’s fight all cancers and make universal...

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Watch Macklemore, Offset Unleash Luscious ‘Willy Wonka’ on ‘Kimmel’
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Macklemore and Migos‘ Offset teamed for a stomping performance of “Willy Wonka” on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The track appears on Macklemore’s new album, Gemini. The Seattle rapper opened the song over steady trap precision, unleashing a stream of braggadocio that slowly turned into a torrent of double-time rhymes and references to everyone from Lil Boosie and Marshawn Lynch (“Cause I’m just ’bout that action boss”) to Barack Obama. As a pair of horn players added a brassy riff to the...

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‘Getting Over It’ is the Next Ultra-Hard Game From ‘GWOP’ Creator Bennett Foddy
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Getting Over it, the next game from Bennett Foddy, known for his ultra-hard games like GWOP and GIRP, will be released exclusively on October 6th as a Humble Bundle original. Getting Over It gives players control of a man in a cauldron with a large hammer and tasks them with traversing terrain. The difficulty comes in the way the physics work against the player, as they’re weighed down by their own cauldron as they try to vault over the level....

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Elementary question from a newbie. Can I plug a drum pad MIDI out into a Synthesizer Keyboard MIDI in and use the Synth as the drum module? Is it that simple? Statistics: Posted by Ashleyiljrg — Thu Sep 28, 2017 12:43...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
See Lady Antebellum’s Vibrant ‘Heart Break’ Video
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The new video for Lady Antebellum’s song “Heart Break” takes the notion of its title to a new extreme, as the female lead makes a getaway to Puerto Rico after calling law enforcement on her husband. But it’s also now become a tribute to a hurricane-scarred island and the focus of the Nashville group’s philanthropic efforts. The video’s exotic setting in San Juan has taken on a different perspective since Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley, and Dave Haywood traveled there to...

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Watch Maroon 5, SZA’s Vibrant ‘What Lovers Do’ Video
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Maroon 5 and SZA traipse through a hyper-stylized world in the new video for the band’s latest single, “What Lovers Do.” The Joseph Kahn-directed clip opens with two kids running through a vast plain and then straight up a gigantic tree trunk. However, the young boy loses his step and falls, crashing back to Earth where he wakes up as Adam Levine. The girl, all grown up as SZA, breezes right past him.  As the clip progresses, the pair find...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
OneRepublic, Cisco Donating to Music Education Through Grammy Program
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OneRepublic teamed with Cisco to support music education with a $100,000 donation to the Grammy Museum’s Signature Schools Program. The foundation will award $5,000 grants to 20 U.S. public high school music programs that demonstrate significant need, marking one of the largest monetary commitments in Signature Schools Program history. “We believe that music education in this country, and around the world, is extremely important and a vital way to inspire future generations of musicians and people who love music,”...

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Prince’s 1987 High-Heeled Boots Fetched Over $75,000 at Auction
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Prince‘s custom high-heeled boots, worn on 1987’s Sign o’ the Times Tour, sold for $75,147 at auction, according to Boston-based RR Auction.  RR Auction acquired the boots from a former Paisley Park employee. The auction house suggests that Prince wore the shoes sporadically between 1986 and 1992, favoring them during his 34-date tour of Europe in 1987. As a result, the boots “exhibit wear consistent with Prince’s exuberant stage performances.” The shoes were just one of many items of Prince...

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