Month: December 2020

The new highly infectious variant of COVID-19 first discovered in the UK has now been detected in southern California, according to the state’s governor. Gavin Newsom declared that the more transmissible version of the coronavirus had reached the US western coast on Wednesday, a day after the first case was documented in Colorado. Governor Newsom
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Amid an avalanche of awful Covid-19 news on Wednesday, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced a renewed focus on preventing gatherings ahead of New Year’s Eve. “Nobody should be gathering in a big party and nobody should be gathering in a small party, as well,” said the mayor. “Do NOT get together with others on
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Sturgill Simpson is a modern day outlaw, doing all he can to resist the status quo while maintaining below-the-radar, genre defying superstardom. Prior to 2020, Simpson had already released four albums and helped produce Tyler Childers’ Purgatory and Country Squire. If that wasn’t enough, Simpson shook the world as he got back to the basics
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Wondering when your favorite shows are coming back and what new series you can look forward to? We’ve got you covered with the Den of Geek 2020 TV Premiere Dates Calendar, where we keep track of TV series premiere dates, return dates, and more for the year and beyond.  We’ll continue to update this page as
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Adolfo “Shabba-Doo” Quiñones, the famous breakdancer and star of the 1984 movie, “Breakin’,” has died. Shabba-Doo’s family announced his sudden passing in L.A. Wednesday, only a day after he had posted an image of himself in bed, saying he was feeling sluggish but had tested negative for COVID-19. So far, no cause of death has
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Humanity makes a deal with a new client. “Good Business” by Ray Sullivan Subscribe to the DUST Newsletter: https://bit.ly/signal_newsletter #DUST #scifi #shortfilm Follow the people behind the film on Twitter: Follow on Twitter: @DirectedByRay Follow on Twitter: @simonroyart Full Credits: Produced & Directed by Ray Sullivan Based on the comic “Good Business” by Simon Roy
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House leaders paid tribute to Luke Letlow, the 41-year-old congressman-elect from Louisiana who died on Tuesday after being hospitalized for complications from Covid-19. He was set to take office next week. Andrew Bautsch, a spokesman, confirmed the the Associated Press that Letlow died at Ochsner-LSU Health Shreveport. “Our hearts break tonight as we process the
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This has always kind of bugged me… How in the hell were songs like “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk,”  “Swing,” and “Ladies Love Country Boys” written by Jamey Johnson and Chris Stapleton? Back in 2005, Adkins released a powerful song called “Arlington,” a beautiful tribute dedicated to fallen our soldiers. But then… he followed it up with
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