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Olympics schedule and events to watch Saturday
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Olympics schedule and events to watch Saturday

As the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games get into the second weekend of competition, medals will be awarded in swimming, fencing, judo and tennis, to name a few. Here are some of the events to watch. Remember, Tokyo is 13 hours ahead of US Eastern Standard Time. Swimming: Medals in swimming will be given out in…More

Broadway theaters to require vaccinations for audience and staff
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Broadway theaters to require vaccinations for audience and staff

As the Delta variant sweeps across the US, Broadway has become the latest to issue guidelines regarding vaccinations. Owners and operators of all 41 Broadway theaters in New York City will require audience members and performers as well as staff to be vaccinated for all performances through the month of October. That announcement was made…More

Jean-Claude Van Damme gets his kicks in ‘The Last Mercenary,’ but you won’t
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Jean-Claude Van Damme gets his kicks in ‘The Last Mercenary,’ but you won’t

Jean-Claude Van Damme remains impressively limber, but that’s a rare highlight in “The Last Mercenary,” which features the Muscles from Brussels in a Paris-sent embarrassment. Netflix acquired the French-language action comedy because, well, why not? But the movie proves that having a sense of humor about oneself and being funny can be two quite different…More

DaBaby comments spark backlash from Elton John, Madonna and other celebs
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DaBaby comments spark backlash from Elton John, Madonna and other celebs

DaBaby has attracted some high-profile critics. Elton John, Madonna, Questlove and others have come out to condemn the rapper’s comments last weekend at the Rolling Loud music festival in Miami. During the performance, he made false and insulting comments about gay men and HIV, and spoke crudely about women, as well. John, who is gay…More

Amanda Knox claims ‘Stillwater’ is profiting off her life
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Amanda Knox claims ‘Stillwater’ is profiting off her life

Amanda Knox is claiming the new Matt Damon film “Stillwater” is profiting off her life and her struggle for a wrongful murder conviction. Knox and her former boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito were convicted and later acquitted in an Italian court for the 2007 killing of Knox’s roommate, Meredith Kercher, in Perugia, Italy, where Knox was a…More

 

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