Former Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher refuses to wear a mask amid pandemic

Former Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher is calling “f–king bulls–t” on the coronavirus pandemic. The 53-year-old said he refuses to wear a mask inside stores and on public transportation because he feels the rules are infringing on his rights. “There are too many civil liberties being taken away from us now,” he said, according to the […]

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Images of California’s History That Endure

through heat, wildfires and the pandemic.] The digital archive includes a selection of images from a huge trove of Ms. Lange’s work over decades. Her personal archive was gifted to the museum in 1965, the year she died. Drew Johnson, the archive’s curator, said the artist and her husband had talked about the gift with […]

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Majority of DC Universe streaming staff hit with layoffs: report

Even superheroes are having a hard time weathering this pandemic. The majority of comic books giant DC Universe’s streaming service staff was laid off on Monday amid larger WarnerMedia cuts, sources told the Hollywood Reporter. The layoffs hit about one-third of DC’s editorial positions, as well as high-ranking individuals, including editor-in-chief Bob Harris, senior VP […]

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Annual Congressional Football Game for charity goes virtual amid coronavirus pandemic

The 2020 Congressional Football Game will be held virtually amid the coronavirus pandemic. The biannual charity game, which brings together members of Congress, former NFL players and U.S. Capitol Police, is scheduled for Sept. 23 and will be held in a virtual Fantasy Football-style format. HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES FEAR SHORTER SEASONS, LESS COLLEGE RECRUITING OVER CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS […]

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New York Philharmonic cancels fall season due to the coronavirus

The New York Philharmonic has canceled its fall season over the coronavirus pandemic. The Lincoln Center symphony orchestra announced Wednesday all concerts through Jan. 5, 2021 will not happen, a decision made to ensure the safety of both fans and artists. “While the New York Philharmonic deeply regrets having to cancel our fall concerts, we […]

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South Korea and Hong Kong Reach Milestone of No New Coronavirus Cases: Live Coverage

Millions who had risen out of poverty are pulled back in by the pandemic. The gains the world was making in fighting poverty are at grave risk as the coronavirus brings countries to a grinding halt, forcing workers out of jobs they desperately need. The World Bank says that for the first time since 1998, […]

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Shakespeare in the Park canceled for the first time in 58 years

Shakespeare in the Park is the latest major New York event to fall due to the coronavirus pandemic. The annual summertime festival, typically running May to August, was canceled Friday by its operator, the Public Theater. This marks the first time the popular free event won’t be held at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park […]

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Kendrick Perkins has credit card denied after kids rack up $16,000 ‘Fortnite’ bill

Unfortunately, Kendrick Perkins can’t tell his kids to go outside and play due to the coronavirus pandemic. The former NBA center would probably like to. Their video game addiction is driving him nuts. He had his credit card denied the other day after his kids ran up a $16,000 bill on video games. “I go […]

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Next iPhone launch may be delayed by coronavirus

Apple’s next iPhone launch may be delayed by the coronavirus pandemic. The Cupertino, California-based tech giant has announced its latest smartphone in September every year since it was first released in 2007, but supply chain disruptions and travel restrictions may change that, according to Japanese news service Nikkei. The outlet reports that Apple has held […]

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The 2020 Debate Over Health Care Is Getting ‘a Lot More Real’

WASHINGTON — One of the thorniest debates in American politics is over health care. Now add a pandemic. The future of America’s health insurance system has already been a huge part of the 2020 presidential campaign. At campaign events over the past year, voters have shared stories of cancer diagnoses, costly medications and crushing medical […]

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