Month: November 2019

It’s increasingly common to ban cell phones during live performances, but one comedian is taking security to another level. SNL castmember Pete Davidson has been requiring fans to sign non-disclosure agreements before they attend his shows. The agreements prohibit attendees from discussing jokes or other content on any platform, including social media. Violating this agreement comes with
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Snoop Dogg has announced a new album for infants, Lullaby Renditions of Snoop Dogg. A vinyl edition arrived yesterday for Record Store Day, with streaming available December 6th. These tunes for tykes come from Rockabye Baby! Music, which makes instrumental versions of popular songs. The Beatles, Drake, Katy Perry, and more have previously gotten the bedtime treatment.
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On the Radar — So, 12 December is election day in the UK and everyone who’s not heatedly arguing about politics is heatedly telling everybody they know how sick they are of politics. Brits are an angry lot at the moment but there’s nothing like a bit of cold blooded killing to take the heat
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A flagstore shop of electric carmaker Tesla is pictured in Berlin, Germany, November 13, 2019. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Tesla’s (TSLA.O) announcement earlier this month that it will build its first European factory near Berlin will draw further companies from the electric mobility and energy storage sectors into Germany, a state premier told newspaper
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Cover reveal: ‘Words on Fire’ Posted by Hilli, Assistant Editor on January 30, 2019 We couldn’t be more excited to reveal the cover for bestselling author Jennifer A. Nielsen’s upcoming middle grade historical, Words on Fire, which will be published by Scholastic on September 24, 2019! In a story that sounds perfect for fans of The
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U.S. President Donald Trump holds a campaign rally in Sunrise, Florida, U.S., November 26, 2019. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. congressional panel on Friday gave President Donald Trump a deadline in one week to say whether his legal counsel intends to introduce evidence and call witnesses in upcoming impeachment proceedings that could lead
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NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The frenzy associated with Black Friday shopping was missing this year as U.S. retailers offered earlier discounts and more consumers shopped online, though spot checks around the country showed traffic picked up after a sluggish morning. “It’s slow now because we had a big, big rush last night,” said Target electronics
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