Here’s When You Can Watch All the Best Events At This Year’s Blizzcon
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Blizzard recently published a full schedule of events for its annual Blizzon event, hosting panels, esports events and community activities. We’ve collected some of the top events from each day below, but to see the entire comprehensive schedule, check here at the link.  While Blizzard will be running esports competitions the weekend before for games such as Heroes of the Storm, World of Warcraft and Starcraft II, Blizzcon proper doesn’t kick off until Friday, November 3rd. The first day of...

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Daily Glixel: Wreak Havoc as an Asshole Goose in This Upcoming Indie Game
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Welcome to Daily Glixel, a roundup of the day’s video game news. Geese are terrible. This is an established fact. The Canadian goose in particular is a feathery vessel of pent up aggression and spite capable of attacking both humans and cars with gusto. Now, a new video game wants to place you in the shoes (or webbed feet) of these raging...

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Watch Celine Dion’s Poignant Tribute to Las Vegas Shooting Victims
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Celine Dion opened her Tuesday night show in Las Vegas with an emotional speech that paid tribute to the victims of the Route 91 Festival shooting. “On Sunday, we lost too many beautiful, innocent souls, and so many are still suffering,” Dion told her audience at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. “But tonight we’re going to let these families know that we are supporting them and that we will help them through their tragic loss.” Fifty-nine people were killed and...

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Knicks Call Attention to ‘Serious Issues’ by Locking Arms During National Anthem
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Prior to their preseason game against the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday, players and coaches on the New York Knicks locked arms during the national anthem. They did so as a “sign of unity” and as a means to bring attention to the issues of “gun violence, poverty, equal justice, access to education and civil rights.” “We have a deep love and respect for this country,” the Knicks said in a statement. “The United States has given us all so much including...

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Watch Marty Stuart’s Tom Petty Tribute on ‘Jools Holland’
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Just six months ago, at the Fine Line Music Café in Minneapolis, Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives delivered a harmony-laden acoustic version of “Runnin’ Down a Dream,” a scorching rocker from Tom Petty’s 1989 solo debut LP Full Moon Fever. Following Petty’s death on Monday night, tributes to the influential rock icon have come from all over the world. Stuart and his band were, in fact, halfway across the globe for an appearance on the BBC 2 series Later… With...

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Brandon Flowers on Las Vegas Shooting: ‘I’m Devastated For My Community’
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The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers vented that he’s “devastated for community” following the horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas that killed over 50 people and injured over 500 Sunday during a the Route 91 Harvest festival. The singer – a native of nearby Henderson, Nevada and current Utah resident – wrote in a poignant Facebook post that he is and “will always be … a Vegas boy.” “This past Sunday on a flight home from Australia, I flew over my...

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See Queens of the Stone Age’s Guitar-Less Take on ‘Villains of Circumstance’
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Queens of the Stone Age served up a guitar-less, strings-laden rendition of their “Villains of Circumstance” during a visit to Later… With Jools Holland Tuesday. For the unique performance, QOTSA’s Josh Homme and, on piano, Dean Fertita guide a strings section through the Villains closer, stripping the atmospheric track of its anxious guitars and driving percussion that flare up on the song’s choruses.  The sparse take on “Villains of Circumstance” mirrored the version Homme debuted onstage at...

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6 Starbucks Secret Menu Items That Are Better Than A PSL
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Another autumn, another PSL takeover. If you aren’t a huge fan of the pumpkin spice escapades at Starbucks, or just refuse to be a #basicbitch, try one of these items from the Starbucks “secret menu” and shock your PSL friends with something more...

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See Luke Bryan Talk Las Vegas Shooting, Joining ‘American Idol’ on ‘GMA’
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Newly named American Idol judges Lionel Richie, Luke Bryan and Katy Perry appeared on Good Morning America earlier today to talk about the singing competition’s reboot, but they couldn’t get around the deadly Las Vegas shooting that occurred two days before at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. Bryan touched on the symbolic aspect of such an attack on a concert in the United States, grappling with what it meant that so many Americans had died at a country concert on...

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Bruce Springsteen Opens Broadway Run With Tom Petty Dedication
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Bruce Springsteen opened his debut performance of Springsteen on Broadway with a heartfelt tribute to his friend Tom Petty, who died Monday at age 66. The singer-songwriter dedicated the first of his solo acoustic storyteller shows to the late singer-songwriter, along with Petty’s family and Heartbreakers bandmates, audience members told The New York Daily News. Springsteen also saluted Petty via Twitter on Tuesday. “Down here on E Street, we’re devastated and heartbroken over the death of Tom Petty,” he wrote....

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Jhene Aiko on Her Psychedelic Journey Through Grief
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In September, Jhené Aiko surprised fans with the beginning of an ambitious three-part project known as MAP. The term has a double meaning: an acronym standing for “Movie, Album and Poetry,” and a literal map of how she coped with her brother Miyagi’s death in 2012. From a mental breakdown in Big Sur to a psychedelic jam session with her estranged dad, the album finds the R&B singer-songwriter going to some truly wild places. “I’ve always loved acting and theater...

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‘Bob’s Burgers’ Heads to Big Screen With 2020 Movie
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Fox’s beloved animated series Bob’s Burgers will stretch itself out for a feature-length film slated to arrive July 2020. Just days after the cartoon’s eighth season debuted, Fox announced plans to “redouble our family and animation efforts” by producing a Bob’s Burgers movie, Deadline reports. “We’re thrilled to be invited to bring Bob’s Burgers to the big screen,” creator Loren Bouchard said in a statement. “We know the movie has to scratch every itch the fans of the show have...

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The Jesus Lizard Announce First Tour in Eight Years
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After an eight-year hiatus, the Jesus Lizard will reunite for a short run of U.S. dates this December. It will be their first shows since 2009. The six-date trek kicks off on December 8th and will hit major cities on the East and West Coasts, beginning with a headlining set in Nashville before wrapping with their previously announced appearance at Houston’s Day for Night Festival the weekend of December 16th. Tickets for all gigs except Day for Night go on...

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10 Life Lessons You Learned In Kindergarten That Apply Now More Than Ever
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As a crusty kid in kindergarten, you learned some valuable life lessons. From adulting basics to insightful morals, click through for the things you were taught as a little one that are still applicable in your grownup life....

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White Stripes Revisit 2000-Era Detroit Shows for Third Man Vault Package
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White Stripes will revisit three Detroit concerts from the turn of the millennium for their latest Third Man Vault Package. The White Stripes Live in Detroit: 1999-2000-2001 finds Jack and Meg White performing at three different Motor City venues – the Magic Bag, the Magic Stick and the legendary Gold Dollar – in the era spanning from their 1999 self-titled debut to their breakthrough 2001 LP White Blood Cells. Each live album in the three-LP set will be cut on...

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Watch James Corden Crash Vampire Weekend Singer’s Beats 1 Radio Show
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James Corden embarked on a one-man mission to humiliate the Beats 1 staff – including Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig – in a hilarious “Take a Break” remote segment for Tuesday’s Late Late Show. The host fumbled his way into a live recording of the indie-rock songwriter’s Time Crisis show, where he tested out the censor’s bleeping skills, initiated an awkward “dead air” challenge and tested out a kooky DJ impression. Seemingly unfamiliar with the concept of Koenig’s program,...

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New ‘Dual Universe’ Trailer Shows Off an Alien City and Spaceships
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Ahead of its pre-alpha release, developer Novaquark recently released a new trailer for Dual Universe, its upcoming MMO space simulator.  Dual Universe takes place in a single-shared universe, and combines elements of Eve Online, Star Citizen and Minecraft. On September 30th, a playable build was made available to 2,500 crowdfudning backers. It’s now set to enter a public pre-alpha stage.  In the game, the human civilization has 500 years to develop a plan to leave Earth after it was discovered...

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Microsoft Announces ‘Assassin’s Creed Origins’ Xbox One S Bundle
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An Assassin’s Creed Origins Xbox One S bundle will be made available on the game’s release day, Mircosoft announced today.   The bundle, available with either a 500GB or 1TB hard drive, will ship with a download code for Origins, a 14-day pass to Xbox’s Games With Gold program and a one month Xbox Games Pass subscription. The 1TB bundle will run consumers $349 USD and will come with an additional code for Rainbox Six Siege, Ubisoft’s massively popular strategic shooter. As of...

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How To Make Avocado Ice Cream (The Easy Way)
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The next time your avocados ripen all in one go, threatening to cross the threshold to the netherworlds before you have a chance to eat them all, don’t make guacamole. Grab some whole milk from the fridge and make ice cream instead. You might be thinking: Avocado ice cream? Your usual choices are firmly in the chocolate-vanilla-strawberry canon. Yes, Fany Gerson, the woman behind the ice cream and paleta shop La Newyorkina, would say. “It has some savory notes, but...

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Dee Jay Silver on Las Vegas Shooting: ‘It’s Time to Stop the Hate’
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Dee Jay Silver was onstage with Jason Aldean in Las Vegas Sunday night just moments before a gunman opened fire on the crowd at the Route 91 Harvest Festival, leaving 59 dead and about 500 injured. The DJ and recording artist, whose real name is John Perdue, was walking offstage to find his wife Jenna when the shooting began and ran to a nearby tour bus for safety. That’s when he discovered that his son, 1-year-old Wake, was with his...

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