Month: November 2022

DAVID LACHAPELLE HAS a flight to catch. This flight is leaving imminently, and its imminence is made highly apparent by people associated with LaChapelle, within earshot of LaChapelle, who nonetheless settles deeper into a chartreuse velvet sofa near the crackling fire of the Greenwich Hotel and orders tea and scones. “The crazy ones with the
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Metro Boomin is treating his upcoming album “Heroes & Villains” like a movie premiere — and he’s got quite the blockbuster cast ensemble for his new short film!!! Staged in Superman’s hometown of “Metropolis,” the “Heroes & Villains” mini-movie stars Morgan Freeman as Lucius Fox the trusty narrator, LaKeith Stanfield as a deranged driver of
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More energy suppliers could go bust this winter potentially taking government payments intended for customers with them, the chief executive of British Gas owner Centrica has warned. Chris O’Shea told Sky News that the UK energy market, regulated by Ofgem, offers “wealthy individuals” behind some retail suppliers a “free bet” to speculate, with other bill
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Jaimee Harris offers comfort amidst grief with her powerful new track “Love is Gonna Come Again,” which is exclusively premiering at The Boot today (Nov. 29). Penned by Harris and Graham Weber, “Love is Gonna Come Again” is the impressive second single from the talented Texas-born singer-songwriter’s upcoming album, Boomerang Town. The intricate, emotional song taps
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Jake Flint, a country music star from Oklahoma, died at the age of 37, his manager Brenda Cline announced on social media. “With a broken heart and in deep grief I must announce that Jake Flint has tragically passed away,” Cline shared on Facebook. “I’ve tried several times today to make a post, but you
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Acer has released a firmware update to address a security vulnerability that could be potentially weaponized to turn off UEFI Secure Boot on affected machines. Tracked as CVE-2022-4020, the high-severity vulnerability affects five different models that consist of Aspire A315-22, A115-21, and A315-22G, and Extensa EX215-21 and EX215-21G. The PC maker described the vulnerability as
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Twitter has stopped enforcing its Covid misinformation policy, designed to prevent the spread of harmful false narratives about the pandemic. This has increased simmering concerns that the platform, already an echo chamber for many users, could become a misinformation super-spreader. Users are already testing the waters to see what kind of false statements they can knowingly
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Four schools in the University of California system, including UC Riverside, have repeatedly failed to return sacred Native American artifacts to tribes in a timely manner, according to a new state audit. UC system campuses in Riverside, Berkeley, Santa Barbara and San Diego have historically struggled to inventory and repatriate massive Native American collections, according
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