DJ Spinbad, iconic NYC musician, dead at 46

'Emily in Paris' Renewed for Season 2 at Netflix

First season of Lily Collins comedy launched last month


“Emily in Paris” has been renewed for Season 2 at Netflix, the streaming service said Wednesday.

The first season of the Lily Collins comedy launched Oct. 2.

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White Sox crash managerial hire as Reinsdorf seems committed to the bit on La Russa

NFL prepares for less than 16 games, which probably means not all teams will get to 16 games

Cardi B apologizes for offending Hindus with new Reebok ad

Cardi B has been called out for appropriating Hindu culture in a new campaign for Reebok.

She responded in an Instagram video: “The creatives [told] me, ‘You’re gonna represent a goddess,’ that she represents strength, femininity and liberation … and I thought that was dope. But if people feel that I’m offending their culture or their religion, I want to say I’m sorry. That was not my intent.”

The rapper depicted the goddess Durga — holding a sneaker. Shoes are not allowed in Hindu temples.

“Maybe I should’ve done my research,” she said.

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One person hurt in Lower East Side apartment fire

One person was hurt when a blaze broke out in a Lower East Side apartment early Tuesday, fire officials said.

The blaze broke out at 1:35 a.m. in a fourth-floor apartment of the six-story building on Broome Street near Ridge Street, the FDNY said.

Firefighters extinguished the flames in just under 15 minutes, according to officials.

One person was taken to Weill Cornell Medical Center, in an unspecified condition.

By late Monday morning, the fire was not believed to be suspicious, but it remained under investigation by fire marshals.

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YG & Nipsey Hussle’s ‘FDT’ Sees Spike In Sales, Streams On Election Day

YG‘s explosive anti-Donald Trump track “FDT,” featuring the late Nipsey Hussle, saw huge spikes in both sales and streams on Election Day, Billboard reports.

“FDT,” or “F— Donald Trump,” skyrocketed 338 percent to more than 1 million on-demand streams and soared 221 percent to 1,000 in sales on Tuesday, November 3, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.

Billboard noted the track was originally released before the 2016 presidential election and peaked at No. 50 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart in November 2016 and at No. 30 on the Rap Digital Song Sales chart.

Southampton African American Museum to open this month

The Southampton African American museum will finally open its doors later this month after 16 years in the making.

Executive Director Brenda Simmons revealed the news during an interview on Jean Shafiroff’s “Successful Philanthropy” show.

It was formerly a 1940s barbershop.

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New Yorker Fires Jeffrey Toobin After Zoom Masturbation Incident

“As a result of our investigation, Jeffrey Toobin is no longer affiliated with the company,” a New Yorker spokesperson told TheWrap

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The New Yorker has fired writer Jeffrey Toobin after he was caught masturbating on a Zoom call last month.

“As a result of our investigation, Jeffrey Toobin is no longer affiliated with the company,” a New Yorker spokesperson told TheWrap on Wednesday.

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CMA Awards 2020 Red Carpet Fashion: See the Stars' Style

Carly Pearce

In a shimmery green dress featuring a thigh-high slit. 

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PAUL THOMAS on… the special relationship

PAUL THOMAS on… the special relationship

To order a print of this Paul Thomas cartoon or one by Pugh, visit or call 0191 6030 178 

The Weeknd Is Performing At The 2021 Super Bowl, So GET HYPE

Every year, there’s so much anticipation surrounding who’s headlining the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show. Fans should get excited because The Weeknd is performing at the 2021 Super Bowl. He had an incredible 2020 with the release of Blinding Lights, so his performance should be totally epic.

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3…2…1…Boom! A sports retrospective off absurd 50th anniversary of a whale explosion

DJ Spinbad, iconic NYC musician, dead at 46

Iconic New York artist DJ Spinbad has shockingly died at the young age of 46.

The musician, whose real name was Chris Sullivan, passed away in the city on Tuesday, his friend confirmed.

Since the news of his passing, several moguls of America’s dance music scene have paid tribute to the artist.

DJ Spider tweeted a photo of the artist, writing: “This is unbelievable. Rest In Peace to the legend, one of the greatest DJs and a great person @djspinbad.”

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