‘American Horror Story: Cult’ Cuts Mass Shooting Scene After Las Vegas
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American Horror Story: Cult has cut a mass shooting scene from Tuesday night’s episode following the shooting at a Las Vegas country music festival that left 58 people dead and over 500 injured. “In light of the tragedy last week in Las Vegas, Ryan Murphy and the producers of American Horror Story: Cult have chosen to make substantial edits to the opening scene of tomorrow night’s episode,” FX said in a statement Monday. “This opening, which was filmed two months...

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7 Horror Attractions To Check Out In NYC
Halloween

New York City isn’t clowning around this Halloween with a frightful lineup of haunted houses and spooky experiences. Go on a candlelit tour with your ”boo” thang or ghost your tinder buddy in the killer clown room. You better keep the lights on after a night out because these scream-worthy attractions will leave you #shook....

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8 Boozy Ways To Upgrade Your Bar Cart This Fall
Things We Love

More and more millennials are opting to stay in (and save money) on Friday nights, instead choosing to mix up their own fun with friends. Whether you’re staying cozy with a bottle of red and your favorite Netflix show, or trying to impress guests with a unique beer brew, we have the boozy brands and delivery boxes for you. Because come on, who really wants to leave their house for a $20...

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Watch Sarah Silverman Celebrate U.S.A. in ‘I Love You, America’ Video
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Sarah Silverman declares her unbridled yet conflicted love for the U.S.A. in a new song for her upcoming Hulu show I Love You, America. In the video, the comedian walks down a street proclaiming her fondness for all Americans, no matter their race, religion or political ideology. However, after praising those ranging from Koreans to Haitians and Irish to North Carolinians, Silverman realizes she’s guilty of stereotyping. “Wait a minute, what am I doing? I’m listing kinds of people. I’m...

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Electronic Music Hardware

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 Bentjudges — Mon Oct 09, 2017 1:16...

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Chris Foerster Resigns as Dolphins Coach Following Controversial Video
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Chris Foerster announced on Monday that he has resigned from his position as the offensive line coach for the Miami Dolphins. “I am resigning from my position with the Miami Dolphins and accept full responsibility for my actions,” Foerster said in a statement. “I want to apologize to the organization and my sole focus is on getting the help that I need with the support of my family and medical professionals.” A video surfaced on social media over the weekend of...

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Hear Noel Gallagher’s Joyous New Rocker ‘Holy Mountain’
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Noel Gallagher‘s High Flying Birds have offered up their joyous new single “Holy Mountain,” the first single off the former Oasis guitarist’s upcoming new LP Who Built the Moon? The track features the Jam’s Paul Weller on organ. “It was one of the first things and I did on the first week of working together. I knew instantly that it was going to be the first single,” Gallagher said of “Holy Mountain” in a statement. “There’s so...

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The Sexiest Auction Of The Year: 9 Must-See Works From Take Home A Nude 2017
Art

This Wednesday, the New York Academy of Art’s Annual Take Home a Nude art party and auction will take place at Sotheby’s. Honoring figurative painter and devoted Academy supporter John Alexander, the event is a society favorite, bringing out a host of names. This year, Event Chairs include Jane and Jimmy Buffett, Amy Cappellazzo, Caroline Kennedy and Ed Schlossberg, Alice and Lorne Michaels, and Marcia and Richard Mishaan, with Junior Chairs Nick Brown (Derek Blasberg’s boyfriend), Nell Diamond, and Isabel...

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Hear Caroline Spence’s Tranquil Cover of Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Secret Garden’
News

While on tour with John Moreland and Tyler Childers earlier in 2017, singer-songwriter Caroline Spence took to playing solo acoustic versions of songs from her second album Spades and Roses. Realizing the potency of her simplified songs, Spence decided to rework four of them for her new Secret Garden EP – plus the title track, a cover of Bruce Springsteen’s 1995 single – imagining the release like a set of B-sides for Spades and Roses. “Before you tour, you get used to...

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See John Oliver’s Takedown of Confederate Statues on ‘Last Week Tonight’
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John Oliver delivered a seething takedown of Confederate monuments on Sunday’s Last Week Tonight, which featured a guest appearance by Stephen Colbert. “In recent years, there has been a robust debate over Confederate symbols, from flags being taken down to statues being removed to the white nationalist rallies in Charlottesville, both the one that ended in violence in August and another one that happened just last night,” Oliver said. “So as this debate is clearly not going away, we wanted...

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Beyonce and the Illuminati: Music’s Most WTF Conspiracy Theories, Explained
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Beyoncé is many things to many people – muse, icon, trailblazer, Sasha Fierce – but there’s one label that she may not be so quick to claim: Illuminati. The pop goddess has been dogged with rumored links to the super-secret society for years, with conspiracy theorists pointing to her and husband Jay-Z as the reigning king and queen of the centuries-old organization. But how did the Lemonade singer come to be associated with the Illuminati in the first place? And...

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The Best Bar In North America Is In NYC!
Nightlife

The World’s 50 Best Bars list has finally graced us with its presence! After much drinking and deliberating, the cocktail world has made their decisions. With first and second place held by London staples The American Bar (go figure) and Dandelyan, the bronze medal goes to New York favorite, The NoMad. With its dangerously delicious cocktail menu and a cozy meets sleek interior, we couldn’t endorse this award more. Other honorable New York mentions that followed on the list included...

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Who Is Harvey Weinstein’s Wife, Georgina Chapman?
Society

It’s been an interesting past few days for movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, following an in-depth report by the New York Times detailing decades of his beyond inappropriate sexual advances and displays towards women. And while a Christmas List of former colleagues, employees, and now the very business that he built himself, are jumping ship, his wife of eight years Georgina Chapman is sticking by him. So, just who is this obviously too good for him lady?...

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Morrissey: There’s ‘a Rage in the Blood’ on New Album
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The last time Morrissey released an album, things didn’t go very well. Despite positive reviews, 2014’s World Peace Is None Of Your Business was pulled from digital sites just weeks after it came out because Moz got into a dispute with the record label, Harvest Records. He played the vast majority of the songs from it on his tour, but to this day the album is unavailable on Spotify, iTunes or other online outlets. His follow-up LP Low In High...

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Fired Riot Employee Says He’s Checking Himself Into Rehab, Discusses Toxicity
News

The Riot employee fired last week after making disparaging comments about a player tells Glixel he is checking himself into rehab and that he completely agrees with Riot’s decision to let him go. “I fully respect the decision to terminate me,” Aaron Rutledge tells Glixel, “and if this was one of my former direct repots I’d probably have done the same. “Riot has a really strong set of values about how they think about and speak to players and I...

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49ers’ Eric Reid on Mike Pence: ‘This Is What Systemic Oppression Looks Like’
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San Francisco 49ers safety Eric Reid said Vice President Mike Pence’s decision to leave his team’s game against the Indianapolis Colts early on Sunday was a “PR stunt” and “what systemic oppression looks like.” “First of all, does anybody know the last time he’s been to a football game?” Reid asked after the game. “With that being said, he tweeted out a three-year-old photo of him at a Colts game. With the information that I have, the last time he’s...

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‘The X-Files’: Mulder and Scully Face Alien Invasion in First Season 11 Trailer
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Fox unveiled the tense first trailer for the upcoming 11th season of The X-Files during the sci-fi show’s New York Comic Con panel. The trailer finds Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, played by David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, in the midst of an alien takeover of Earth while also searching for their long-lost son William. The trailer also offers glimpses from many of the show’s fan favorite characters, including Assistant Director Skinner, the nefarious Cigarette-Smoking Man and, in...

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Science & Socialites: Inside CNN Reporter Rachel Crane’s French Riviera Wedding
Weddings 101

Talk about out of this world. CNN’s resident space correspondent, Rachel Crane, isn’t just well-versed in science – girl’s got a solid standing on the social scene, as well. This weekend she wed lucky hubby Andrew Marks on the French Riviera, hosting a days-long celebration that called forth all of the reporter’s fashionable friends. Designer Prabal Gurung joined Crane’s fellow Princetonians Kyle Hotchkiss Carone and Nell Diamond, as well as Voguette Chloe Malle and Fivestory’s Claire Olshan...

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‘The Deuce’ Recap: The Battle of 42nd Street
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You don’t need to be a perfect show to produce a perfect scene – and tonight episode of The Deuce (titled “What Kind of Bad?”) proved it. The problems that keep David Simon and George Pelecanos’s behemoth of a period piece from reaching escape velocity are all still there, to be sure. But in one confrontation between two streetwise characters, damn if the thing didn’t finally take off. The set-up for the sequence is doled out through bite-sized, simplistic scenes across the...

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Harvey Weinstein Fired by Weinstein Company Board, Brother
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After allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein made headlines this week, the Weinstein Company’s board of directors have announced his termination. Weinstein was notified of the decision today via e-mail, according to The New York Times, which reported that his brother, board member Bob Weinstein, was one of the signatories. Harvey was one of the company’s founders. On Thursday, the Times published a lengthy exposé that chronicled decades of accusations against Weinstein,...

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