Month: September 2021

Explore the DUST Multiverse on our App: https://bit.ly/DUSTChannel SEASON FINALE: All hope is seemingly lost when a potential solution presents itself. The remaining crew must act fast if they are ever going to break the cycle Series Description: A troubled Off-World cop, running from his past, finds himself slammed directly into it when he boards
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Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand are warned that “something wicked this way comes” in the trailer for A24’s The Tragedy of Macbeth. The film premieres at New York Film Festival this weekend, where it opens the fest on Friday. It arrives in theaters on December 25th and hits Apple TV+ beginning January 14th. The Joel
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Revolushn will be headlining the music lineup for “Last Saturday Live” on Saturday, September 25th, 2021 from 3-7 PM PT on 37th & Pachego in San Francisco.  #LiveMusic #GoodEats #LocalMarkers “Last Saturday Live” is a monthly open-air family-friendly mini music fest featuring local musicians, merchants, makers and artists.  The event takes place at the Outer
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A vote on a controversial resolution expressing support for Palestine and the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel will likely be shelved during a meeting this week of members of the union representing Los Angeles Unified teachers. A substitute motion is expected to be introduced during Thursday’s meeting that calls for the original motion to
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Boris Johnson has hailed “real progress” on US-UK trade – despite his earlier refusal to commit to securing a free trade deal between the two countries by the time of the next general election. Speaking as he met US Vice President Kamala Harris in Washington DC, the prime minister spoke of British and American collaboration
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Cybersecurity researchers on Tuesday disclosed details of an unpatched vulnerability in macOS Finder that could be abused by remote adversaries to trick users into running arbitrary commands on the machines. “A vulnerability in macOS Finder allows files whose extension is inetloc to execute arbitrary commands, these files can be embedded inside emails which if the
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Endeavor CEO Ari Emanuel never brought up the name Scarlett Johansson, whose challenge to Disney alongside her reps at rival CAA has riled the industry. But in a virtual appearance at the Goldman Sachs Communcacopia Conference, the exec said talent is “getting paid very, very well” despite massive shifts in windows. “Netflix started this,” Emanuel
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He’s back ladies and gentlemen. It’s been well over a year since Gabe Lee released the greatness that was Honky Tonk Hell, his second studio album. And back in 2019, he burst onto the scene with his stellar debut, Farmland. He dropped a badass honky-tonk boot tapper earlier this year with “Lyra (Reimagined),” a reworked version of “Lyra
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By now, Marvel’s Venom is principally associated with Tom Hardy’s hulking symbiotic solo-starring anti-hero movie protagonist. While lacking comic rival Spider-Man, the 2018 film delivered an exponential bang for studio Sony’s buck with an $856 million global gross, yielding imminently-arriving sequel Venom: Let There Be Carnage. However, with Spider-Man: No Way Home set to conjure
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Patty Perez — aka, “Goddess Patty,” who made a memorable cameo in a ‘Jackass’ film — has died … TMZ has learned. The actress and Internet sensation’s daughter, Priscilla, tells us … Patty passed away last Friday at a hospital in Reno, where she lived — and where she was being treated for complications related
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