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Once upon a time, obscure media stayed obscure. Movies became cult classics worshiped by a select audience. Indie bands had devoted listeners but never broke through to mainstream success. Canceled TV shows never got rebooted, while little-reviewed books went to libraries to gather dust, and perhaps be discovered in another decade. But online, something very
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After years of delays and inaction at the top of the state, New York’s adult-use cannabis bill is now on its way to implementation. The excitement for the market’s expansion is warranted, but not without understanding the drug war’s impact on citizens, predominantly black and brown individuals. While we champion legal access to cannabis, it
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Hitting 61 No, those steroid-fueled home run hitters don’t count Aaron Judge just made history during the Yankees game against the Toronto Blue Jays. Officially, he tied the all-time American League (and New York Yankees) record for most home runs in a season, held by Roger Maris since 1961. But for baseball purists (like my
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The Try Guys, a YouTube group famous for their stunt videos and series spanning comedy, food, and entertainment, are officially a trio. The group, which consisted of Ned Fulmer, Eugene Lee Yang, Zach Kornfield, and Keith Habersberger, announced Tuesday that Fulmer was out of the group. “Ned Fulmer is no longer working with The Try
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Major media conglomerate Netflix has once again dipped its toes into the profit well that is true crime content. Its newest Ryan Murphy offering, Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, aims to give famed serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer a dramatized origin story, but family members of Dahmer’s victims say the series capitalized on their trauma without
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The United States is nearing midterm season and the spookiest thing some Republicans can think of — besides a woman’s right to choose — is drugs being put in kids’ Halloween baskets. In an on-air interview with Fox News, Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said “every mom in the country” is worried that their
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The pop-punk revival is alive and well, but it’s more than just the veteran acts making comebacks. Young artists like Huddy are taking a stab at becoming stars in the genre, and thanks to his new single “All the Things I Hate About You,” the 20-year-old might just succeed. Huddy, born Chase Hudson and formerly
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