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    At least 30 people burglarize a Best Buy in Minnesota on Black Friday An exonerated Missouri man who was released from prison after 43 years isnt eligible for compensation from the state. Donors have now raised over $1.4 million on GoFundMe. Get Paid $200 by Signing Up for This New Card. (Yeah, Seriously) Ad Microsoft Pay No Interest Until 2023 With a Better Card Ad Microsoft $200 Sign Up Bonus Just In Time For The Holidays Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/26 SLIDES © AMC Popular characters who joined a TV show in the middle of its run Even when a show begins life being popular, that doesn’t mean it stays stagnant. Casts can change. Sometimes characters leave, but other times...
    If history is any indication, Republicans have a very good chance of recapturing the U.S. House of Representatives — and perhaps the U.S. Senate as well — in the 2022 midterms. Partisan gerrymandering alone will give Republicans an unfair advantage in House races. Between President Joe Biden's low poll numbers, gerrymandering, voter suppression and a tendency of many voters to punish the party that controls the White House, Democratic strategists and organizers know that keeping the U.S. House is going to be an uphill battle in 2022. But Biden's low poll numbers won't necessarily stay low. And history shows that even if 2022 is a bad year for Democrats, that doesn't automatically mean that 2024 will be a bad year for them as well. In fact, U.S. history has its share of past presidents who were rebuked at the midterms only to be comfortably reelected two years later — and that could happen to Biden as well. Of course, that assumes that Republicans will actually accept any election results they don't like. The most disturbing part of the voter...
    A second actor from a long-running and popular TV show has been fired for refusing to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Steve Burton, one of the stars from the ABC soap opera General Hospital, made the announcement in a video posted on Instagram on Tuesday, Nov. 23. Earlier this month, Variety reported that Ingo Rademacher, age 50, another longtime actor on the show, was fired for refusing to comply with the show's vaccine mandate. The 51-year-old Burton, who has played the character Jason Morgan on the show since 1991, said he applied for medical and religious exemptions, both of which were denied. He added that he was hurt by the decision, saying he considers it to be an issue of "personal freedom." Burton said he doesn't think people should be fired for deciding not to get the COVID vaccine. He also said that he will always be grateful for his time on the show and thanked fans. "I am excited to see what the future brings, and maybe one day if these mandates are lifted I can return and finish my career...
    Getty Malcolm Freberg at the Las Vegas Convention Center (2013). As the newest season of Survivor is nearing its midpoint, and as host Jeff Probst announced recently that the show will likely not have returning players back for a while, fans are wondering whether if this is indeed true, and, if returning players are ever asked back again, who will come along for the ride. Malcolm Freberg, a three-time contestant who is regarded as one of the show’s most well-rounded and most popular players, has decided to write an editorial on Insider weighing in on the answers to his most asked questions, including whether Survivor is real, and if he will ever return again. Freberg’s Definitive Answer To Whether The Show Is Real YouTubeMalcolm Freberg in an interview after Survivor: Game Changers (2016). Freberg, who has played on three different seasons for a combined total of 79 days, would know best as to whether the poor living conditions fans see on camera are genuine or not. The former contestant, who describes this as “definitely” the most popular question he gets, answers definitively: “The short...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA-TV) — There is no question an attraction for some to watch and do things that give them a scare. But the latest craze is taking that fright to a new level. Squid Games on Netflix has prompted a wave of people going to Google in search of answers for their Squid Nightmares. Experts warn the show is causing viewers to experience more intense dreams than usual. “There have been a higher incidence of agents reporting nightmares after watching this show or very vivid dreams where they’re reenacting some of the scenes that are occurring,” says sleep specialist Dr. Daniel Shade. Dr. Shade adds that there have been much more violent shows, but this one is made with a twist. At its core of children’s games that anyone can relate to. “You have a juxtaposition of this childlike game and then this violent outcome in somebody that kind of had to volunteer to do this. So I think that there may be a feeling of helplessness,” he says. In short the participants in the games are playing kids games to...
    Fans of the reality TV cooking competition "Chopped" may want to check out a popular Long Island restaurant. The eatery, 317 Main Street, is owned by "Chopped" champion, Chef Eric LeVine.  The restaurant, named after its address at 317 Main St. in Farmingdale, is a gastropub and American Grill.  The menu features a variety of burgers, including a "Crispy Chicken" burger and "Cuban Style" burger, along with a "burger of the week," a new weekly creation by LeVine and his team. Other menu offerings include garlic shrimp tacos, pan-seared salmon, filet mignon and more. Check out the full menu here. The restaurant also offers a variety of craft cocktails, including the PB&J Old Fashion, which is made with peanut butter whisky. Online reviewers have praised the service, noting that LeVine often comes to check in on customers to see if they've enjoyed the meal.  "This is hands down one of our FAVORITE restaurants on Long Island," Olivia C., of New York, said in a Yelp review. "You can really feel the love in all of the food and surroundings. Chef Eric is one...
    The Hudson Valley is a popular location for film and TV productions, and that's just the case this week with NBC's "The Blacklist," filming in the area. On Friday, Oct. 15 in Rockland County, several downtown streets in Pearl River are closed to parking as the crew and stars, including James Spader, of the popular drama moved into the hamlet to film for several hours. Carmel Reilly, director of economic development and tourism for Orangetown, said the group was busy filming in private residences Friday morning and will be filming at the Pearl River Post Office during the afternoon and into the late evening. “With all the spaces that film locations have available to them, the Town of Orangetown is thrilled that they continue to choose to film here," Reilly said. "Orangetown has a lot to offer – ballfields, downtown/wooded areas, parks, golf courses and so much more.” In case you haven't seen the crime thriller, it tells the story of a former US Navy officer turned high-profile criminal, portrayed by Spader who surrenders to the FBI and begins working for...
    Getty Eagles LB Davion Taylor has been making his impact felt in Year 2 after limited snaps in his rookie season. Success comes in bunches, even if it is sometimes completely random. Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Davion Taylor was featured in a recent episode of Jeopardy in a clue asking about religion. The answer – Jeopardy calls questions answers, duh – read: “NFLer Davion Taylor Held Onto His Football Dreams Though This Christian Faith Kept Him From Playing High School Football.” None of the contestants buzzed in with the correct question. Instead, host Mayim Bialik informed the quiz show panel that Taylor was forbidden to play football on Friday or Saturday nights due to his observance of the Seventh Day Adventist Sabbath. It’s a true story, one fueled by a deep religious belief and family values. Amazing: LB @DaviionTaylor made his TV debut tonight, by virtue of a @Jeopardy clue. Spoiler alert: no one buzzed in with the right question. ????????‍♂️ #Eagles #FlyEaglesFly pic.twitter.com/mymiMh7N2A — Michael Greger (@mike_greger) October 14, 2021 Taylor’s story was told and retold multiple times...
    A recent report claims that internal Amazon documents show that the company created knockoff items and manipulated search results to promote its own product lines in India. Reuters reports that according to internal documents, e-commerce giant Amazon has been developing knockoff products and manipulating search results to promote its own product lines. Reuters reports that the documents show that Amazon’s private-brands team in India exploited internal data obtained from its marketplace in the country to identify popular products sold by other companies and then create copies to compete against them. Jeff Bezos India speech (Amazon/YouTube) AURORA, CO – MAY 03: A worker moves packed boxes at the Amazon fullfillment center May 3, 2018 in Aurora, Colorado. The million square foot facility, employing 1,000 fulltime employees, has over 2 million products ready to ship to customers globally. (Photo by Rick T. Wilking/Getty Images) The private-brand team also reportedly altered Amazon’s search results so that Amazon-owned brands would appear “in the first 2 or three … search results” according to a strategy report from 2016. Some of the brands that were copied including...
    The creator of the wildly popular dystopian show “Squid Game” on Netflix, where people play games and die, said the world was ready for the show after former President Donald Trump. “I conceived of the theories for the show in 2008,” the director Hwang Dong-hyuk shared with IndieWire.com via a translator. The comments were noted by the Hill in a piece published Tuesday. “At the time, there was the Lehman Brothers crisis; the Korean economy was badly affected and I was also economically struggling,” he added. “Over the past 10 years, there were a lot of issues: There was the cryptocurrency boom, where people around the world, especially young people in Korea, would go all-in and invest all their money into cryptocurrencies. And there was the rise of IT giants like Facebook, Google, and in Korea, there’s Naver, and they are just restructuring our lives.” (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters) “It’s innovative but these IT giants also got very rich,” Dong-hyuk continued. “And then Donald Trump became the president of the United States and...
    Sidewalk cycling tickets issued more often in Chicagos Black and Latino neighborhoods: research Rio de Janeiros Christ the Redeemer statue celebrates 90th birthday © Photograph by Courtesy of HBO Max Mark Moran of "FBoy Island" joined Litquidity. Photograph by Courtesy of HBO Max Photograph by Courtesy of HBO Max Financial meme startup Litquidity hired its first public employee: a former FBoy Island contestant. The contestant, Mark Moran, left Centerview Partners earlier this year for the reality TV dating show. Moran updated his social media to say "Employee No. 1" at Litquidity. Popular financial startup Litquidity hired its first full-time employee, a former "FBoy Island" contestant and investment banker named Mark Moran, the company said Tuesday. Thirty-year-old Moran, who graduated from the University of Virginia's law school and has worked at Centerview Partners and Credit Suisse, updated his bio on Twitter and Instagram to "Employee No. 1 at Liquidity." He is now the head of growth and operations at the firm. New York-based Litquidity, run by an anonymous former Wall Street banker who goes by...
    A  family in Northern Westchester that loves watching the "Family Feud" game show got a chance to be on the popular program themselves after beating out thousands of other potential contestants. Yorktown residents Rocky and Lori Bonitatibus were contestants on the show on Monday, Oct. 11, and Tuesday, Oct. 12, with three of their four sons after waiting for almost three years to make it to the production due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The family, who are huge "Family Feud," fans, got the chance after Lori saw a story about trying out and took the chance. Fast forward a few months, and they were told they made the cut. Then the pandemic hit and the owners of Fradeli's Deli in Yonkers had to wait it out for their chance at 15 minutes of fame.  The family, including Lori, and her husband Rocky II, along with three of their four adult sons: Joey, Nicky, and Rocky III, all former Yorktown High School sports standouts, made the trip and said they had a blast. "We had so much fun," Rocky said. "We had...
    It was a little over 40 minutes into the first episode of Squid Game when my eyebrow arched in confusion, I squinted closer at the TV, and, without realizing it, stopped breathing. Over the next minute, I reflexively started to lean back into my couch, as if my body was trying to run away from the TV, and began to make this weird combination gasp-yelp sound. I sort of shielded my eyes, but also couldn’t look away. I wonder if I’ll ever stop thinking about it? When I talk about how disturbed I was by Netflix’s hit series Squid Game, it’s not in the way that, at brunch with friends, someone might exclaim, “Oh my God, you guys, this show totally creeped me out,” for dramatic effect and attention. The violence, the psychological warfare, the haunting real-world feasibility of something seemingly so outrageous: it pierces you, but then it stays there. It’s the show’s own brutal gameplay with the audience. A metaphorical stabbing. NEWSLETTERSThe Daily Beast’s ObsessedEverything we can’t stop loving, hating, and thinking about this week in pop culture.SubscribeBy...
    Facebook is exempting certain popular accounts from its platform rules, according to company documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. Under the XCheck content review system, posts made by certain “whitelisted” accounts that are flagged by Facebook’s algorithms as breaking the rules will instead be subject to a separate content review process performed by full-time Facebook employees. Celebrities who are or were “whitelisted” under the XCheck system include former President Donald Trump, Facebook’s Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Internal company documents show Facebook recognized the flaws in its XCheck system and was attempting to fix the program, but the list of accounts granted special privileges under the system continued to grow as employees continued to add users. Facebook is exempting certain popular accounts from its platform rules, according to company documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. Facebook has constructed a content review system known as “XCheck” that privileges certain high-profile and celebrity accounts, allowing them to engage in conduct that would otherwise be against the platform’s rules and applying different review criteria to...
    The Democrats' proposal would invest in climate, health care, and human infrastructure. Two new polls show that a large majority of likely voters support the Senate's bipartisan infrastructure investment plan. The same surveys showed even more enthusiasm for the Democrats' budget reconciliation plan, which would invest more money on a broader range of priorities. Both surveys were done over the past week by Data for Progress, a nonprofit progressive think tank, and asked about the $550 billion bipartisan infrastructure framework (now known as the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act) and elements of the Democrats' proposed $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package. One survey, done for the pro-infrastructure group Invest in America, asked 1,254 likely voters whether they support or oppose the bipartisan infrastructure package "to invest $550 billion in transit and rail networks, roads and bridges, and environmental resiliency." A total of 65% said they did — including a 45% plurality of Republicans — and 25% said they did not. The main individual provisions of the legislation also each enjoyed majority or...
    By Dave Pehling SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Beloved SF raconteur and guitarist Chuck Prophet tops the bill for this early evening outdoor show at Point San Pablo Harbor in Richmond Thursday. READ MORE: Judge Overturns SF School Board Decision To Cover Up Controversial Mural Born in the Southern California town of Whittier and raised the Bay Area suburbs, Prophet first came to fame in the mid-1980s after joining the country-influenced neo-psychedelic band Green On Red when the group relocated to Los Angeles from Tuscon, Arizona. The band would record it’s landmark Enigma Records effort Gas Food Lodging, earning the group accolades in the U.S. and Europe and a major label deal with Mercury. While the band continued to receive critical acclaim for the vivid character studies and rootsy country psychedelia heard on 1987’s The Killer Inside Me and Stones-flavored Here Come the Snakes two years later, by 1992 the group had called it quits. That freed Prophet up to pursue his solo songwriting career that he started with his first recording Brother Aldo in 1990. Mixing modern lo-fi sensibilities with his...
    DEER PARK, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A big Long Island food festival hasn’t been able to operate since before the pandemic. Organizers are worried the business won’t survive without financial help, which would impact the vendors that rely on the event. READ MORE: Police: 5 Killed In Head-On Crash On Montauk Highway In Quogue CBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis has more on their pleas for help. Cooking up crepes is Hayk Mendikayn’s specialty on board the Crepes & Bakes food truck. The scoop, he said, is most businesses like his wouldn’t survive without big events. “It would be extremely hard for everyone, all the food trucks. We just basically going to rely on just catering,” Mendikyan said. And a major one for him is the Famous Food Festival, which since 2016 has been bringing about 70 Tri-State Area food vendors to the parking lot of the Deer Park Tanger outlets twice a year. “The past year and a half has been tough. We’ve been on the fringe,” said Eric Arshravan, co-owner and CEO of the Famous Food Festival. READ MORE: ‘It’s Not A Scam’:...
    His favorite food is fried chicken and waffles and he likes to play mini-golf and spend time flirting. That's what Connecticut native named Christian Birkenberger, age 23, of Harwinton in Litchfield County, has to say when asked about his favorite things as he gets ready to star in the next episode of the mega-hit CBS show "Big Brother." A general contractor assistant in real life, Birkenberger, said he describes himself as charming, friendly and determined. Determined to win the game. In his biography for the show, Birkenberger said that while he will miss loved ones while living in the Big Brother house, he's looking forward to the competition and his strategy for winning the game is to "just be myself because I'm a joy." During the show, which is in its 23rd season, "house guests" compete for the grand prize of $50,000 in cash through competitions if they can survive not being voted out of the house. Some fun facts about Birkenberger include that he can ride a unicycle and he's only ever had one girlfriend.  Hmm. Will he make it...
    James Corden has announced adjustments to his show’s popular segment after a petition accusing him of racism for ridiculing Asian cuisine garnered over 45,000 signatures, USA Today reported Monday. The host of CBS’s “The Late Late Show” promised not to include Asian food in the future episodes of the “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” segment, where guest celebrities have to either eat “disgusting” food or answer a question, according to USA Today. In interview, James Corden addresses calls to end segment that mocks Asian food. “The next time we do that bit, we absolutely won’t involve or use any of those foods” https://t.co/9CNgg5adUv — NBC Asian America (@NBCAsianAmerica) June 26, 2021 Corden’s announcement came after a TikTok user Kim Saira, called the bit “racist” and created a Change.org petition that demanded a formal apology and removal of the segment. As of Monday, the petition was signed by 45,560 people. (RELATED: Ocasio-Cortez: Not Eating Chinese Food Is Racist) @kimssairaok but this is actual Asian food & youre going on live tv telling people how gross it is. thats...
    Traces of a chemical tied to blood cancers including leukemia have been detected in dozens of popular sunscreens and after-sun products, according to tests conducted by online pharmacy and lab Valisure. Benzene, a known carcinogen, was found in 78 of nearly 300 sprays and lotions tested — about 27% — including products sold by Banana Boat and CVS, according to Valisure.  In a petition, the company has asked the FDA to recall these contaminated batches. The regulating body is reviewing the claim. "The FDA takes seriously any safety concerns raised about products we regulate, including sunscreen," the FDA told CBS News in a statement. Sunscreens and after-sun, classified as cosmetics, are generally subject to FDA regulation. The chemical is identified as "a colorless or light-yellow liquid chemical at room temperature." Valisure states that it's been used "primarily as a solvent in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries."  Trending News Known carcinogen found in some popular sunscreens, tests show Bodycam video captures deputies in shootout with children Texas abortion ban targets anyone who helps patients get the procedure Survivor recalls abuse...
    Fox News Channel continued to thrive during May, sweeping cable news competitors in both total day and primetime viewers, while liberal CNN has lost a significant chunk of its audience after a brief post-election spike. Fox News averaged 2.2 million primetime viewers to finish as the only basic cable channel to average more than two million viewers from 8-11 p.m. ET. MSNBC finished second with an average of 1.5 million and TNT, ESPN and HGTV rounded out the top five while CNN failed to crack the one-million viewer benchmark.  CNN averaged only 913,000 primetime viewers as the struggling lineup of Anderson Cooper, Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon saw two-thirds of its January lineup turn away.  CNN’S BRIAN STELTER HAS MISERABLE MAY AS ‘RELIABLE SOURCES’ CONTINUES TO BLEED VIEWERS Fox News also dominated total day viewership, averaging 1.2 million viewers while No. 2 MSNBC settled for only 835,000. HGTV, CNN and ESPN joined FNC and MSNBC among the five most-watched networks in the category. As a result, FNC remains the most-watched cable news channel year to date in both total day...
    AFTER HBO Max released its Friends cast reunion special on Thursday, Seinfeld fans are begging for the show to have its own TV celebration. Created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld, the NBC sitcom ran for nine seasons, from 1989 to 1998, and longtime viewers are ready to see the stars reunite. 10Seinfeld fans are demanding the show gets a cast reunion specialCredit: AP:Associated Press The new Friends special saw leads Lisa Kudrow, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer, and Matt LeBlanc come together for close to two hours of reminiscing and fun. Though many were happy to see the six friends back together, others started to think about which other TV show casts they’d like to see have a reunion, and Seinfeld was the frontrunner. “This Friends reunion just reminds me of what I’ve always known. Seinfeld > Friends,” one Twitter user wrote. Another said: “Seinfeld fans now that the Friends reunion has happened,” with a gif saying, “Well? We’re waiting.” 10The desire for a Seinfeld TV special comes after Friends got the reunion treatment on HBO...
    Originally Published by: Candy shop goes viral for job posting that includes sexist rant Christopher Columbus Chula Vista statue to be removed, replaced Study seeks origins of Hawaiis dangerous ghost nets Multiple women have reportedly accused a nationally-known acting coach of asking them to make audition tapes for the role of a stripper for a show on the Starz cable network.  However, the primetime TV series had no such role on the program. Actresses from Los Angeles, Houston and Atlanta have alleged that Troy Rowland told them he was working on the set of “Power,” and that the casting director needed someone to fill the role of a stripper named Keisha.  Janika La’Shae told WAGA, the Fox–owned TV station in Atlanta, Rowland allegedly told her she’d be paid $15,000 an episode and that she’d in New York for five weeks to film.  Several women who sent in audition tapes later learned from the casting director of “Power” that there was no such role in the drama and that Rowland has never worked on the set of...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento’s own Chando Madrigal, owner and executive chef of Chandos Tacos, nearly took home the top prize on the Food Network’s popular “Chopped” TV show. “It was probably the most awesome experience in my life,” Madrigal told us during a video call from Atlanta on Wednesday. READ MORE: Sierra College Websites Experiencing Technical Issues During Finals Week Madrigal’s episode aired on Tuesday. Like all other episodes of the popular TV show, he was pitted against other chefs – this time for a taco-themed competition. “I was in my complete element,” Madrigal said. His run nearly started in disaster, though, after Madrigal cut his finger while preparing his first course. “I thought I was cool, just going to town on onions, [and] I look up at the clock and I took out my thumb a little bit,” Madrigal said. READ MORE: Man Accused Of Stealing Gun During Cameron Park Robbery Despite the setback, Madrigal moved onto the dinner course round and made a version of Chandos’ famous Ensenada Tacos. It was enough to get him into the final...
    More On: joe rogan Spotify quietly deletes controversial ‘Joe Rogan Experience’ episodes Joe Rogan sells longtime LA home for $3.45M following move to Texas How Spotify is thriving due to a podcasts push Why the left is lashing out at Joe Rogan and his revolutionary podcast When it comes to healthy, younger people, Joe Rogan says getting a COVID-19 vaccine isn’t even worth a shot — despite advice from the CDC and medical experts saying otherwise. Rogan made the claim on the April 23 edition of his highly popular Spotify podcast, “The Joe Rogan Experience,” according to Media Matters. “If you’re, like, 21 years old, and you say to me, ‘Should I get vaccinated?’ I’ll go ‘No,’ ” says Rogan in the episode. In the clip, Rogan says that the “vulnerable” should get the vaccine — and that he’s encouraged others to get it as well. “People say, ‘Do you think it’s safe to get vaccinated?’ ” he adds. “I’ve said, ‘Yeah I think for the most part it’s safe to get vaccinated.’ I do. I do.” However, when...
    Actor Zach Braff, who is known for playing John “JD” Dorian in the popular sitcom Scrubs, said while there is no plan of a reboot of the show yet, talks of a film version with actor Donal Faison is very much on. “I started this podcast with Donald and it has really taken off. We have had so much fun and we are always asked about a ‘Scrubs’ reboot by our fans. While there is no such thing planned yet, there are talks of doing a movie together,” Braff said on “The Drew Barrymore Show”. Zach Braff Birthday Special: 10 Funny and Inspiring Quotes of The Actor From Scrubs. Scrubs is a medical comedy drama television series, and follows the lives of employees at the fictional Sacred Heart Hospital, a teaching hospital. The show also stars Sarah Chalke, Donald Faison, Neil Flynn, Ken Jenkins, John C. McGinley, and Judy Reyes. Brit Awards 2021 To Be Held As Live Event With 4,000 Guests; Social Distancing and Masks Not Needed. Barrymore asked: “Chemistry is King and I truly believe that....
    CRUEL Summer fans are calling the 90s teen thriller their "new favorite show". Jessica Biel's new drama covers the disappearance of a popular girl in a small town high school and is set across three different timelines. 10Cruel Summer fans are dubbing the thriller their 'new favorite show'Credit: Getty There have only been two episodes so far and the installments are dropping weekly on Tuesdays, leaving viewers frustrated that they can't binge-watch the gripping show. "I watched this on Hulu earlier and I’m mad I didn’t wait til the season was over to binge watch. I’m invested now!" one raged on Twitter. "Not being able to binge #CruelSummer all at once is excruciating," another added. Others praised the drama's addictive storyline, with one writing: "The way #CruelSummer became my new favorite teen thriller in just one night." 10Episodes are dropping weekly and fans are annoyed they can't binge watchCredit: Getty 10 10 10 10 10Viewers are already hooked on the new showCredit: Twitter "The editing of this show is insane. 3 different time lines back to back to...
    The popular TV show, Swabhimaan, which aired on Doordarshan in the nineties, will return a pay TV channel. Directed by Mahesh Bhatt, the serial featured Kitu Gidwani as the protagonist Svetlana, along with Manoj Bajpayee, Rohit Roy, Anju Mahendru, Ashutosh Rana, Achint Kaur, Tanaaz Currim, Rajeev Paul, and Deepak Parashar among others. Sandhya Mridul Birthday: From Swabhimaan to Angry Indian Goddesses, 5 Best Roles of the Actress That Prove Her Versatility! “The audience have seen and appreciated me in several roles and characters over the years but every actor has a special show and character in his lifetime that changes his life forever and for me that was the character of Rishabh Malhotra in the show Swabhimaan,” said Rohit Roy. OTT Releases of The Week: Shakun Batra’s Searching for Sheela on Netflix, Ekta Kapoor’s His Storyy and Parth Samthaan’s Mai Hero Boll Raha Hu on ZEE5, ALTBalaji and More. The show will exclusively air on Tata Sky Seniors, April 19 onwards. (The above story first appeared on News Brig on Apr 20, 2021 08:06 PM IST. For more...
    Many judges who spoke with Insider are tired of truffle oil. GPritchettPhoto/Shutterstock As part of the "From the Judging Table" series, Insider spoke with former and current judges from popular cooking shows to find out the ingredients they wished contestants would stop using so much. There are more creative alternatives to bacon and cinnamon. Multiple chefs and judges told Insider that truffles and truffle-flavored ingredients are overused. Scallops are popular because they're easy to cook, but some judges think they're used too often.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The judges on cooking and baking competitions taste a lot of dishes — but even culinary pros get sick of a few popular flavors. As part of the "From the Judging Table" series, Insider spoke with former and current judges from popular cooking shows about some of the most overused ingredients competitors use.  Read on to learn nine ingredients that these famous judges are tired of eating. 
    Loading the player... Following significant backlash from his segment with TikTok star Addison Rae, Jimmy Fallon invited Black creators on his latest episode of The Tonight Show. As TheGrio previously reported, Fallon came under fire last week after his Addison Rae Teaches Jimmy 8 TikTok Dances segment on viral TikTok dances hit social media. The second the segment aired, many highlighted that most of the popular dances were choreographed by Black creators, none of whom were mentioned or featured. “The Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon (above) invited nine TikTok dance creators to talk about their choreography following a harsh backlash to a recent episode featuring Addison Rae. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) Read More: Jimmy Fallon, Addison Rae face backlash for performance of Black creators’ dances Reactions flooded in from fans and famous folk alike. The View co-host Sunny Hostin tweeted “This is a miss @jimmyfallon. Let’s give credit to the black creators……” Many called the entire segment a “missed opportunity.” Now it appears Fallon has done some course-correcting on his show. On his latest episode, the host invited popular...
    Among Us, is one of the most popular games in the world right now. The party game from Innersloth got a major boost last year when streamers such as Corpse Husband, Disguised Toast and many more made it popular on Twitch. Following its massive success in streaming platforms, Among Us finally breaks into mainstream media with the help of a certain talk show host. Jimmy Fallon, the popular late night talk show host, will play a game of Among Us with popular streamers such as Corpse Husband, Sykkuno and Valkyrae. Along with them, some of the cast from the hit Netflix science-fiction horror show, Stranger Things, will also join to round off the rest of the lobby. READ MORE- These Cyberpunk 2077 Mods Let You Configure Hidden Settings and Optimize RAM Pool How to watch the Among Us game with Jimmy Fallon, Corpse Husband and many more Fans can watch the game as a livestream on Jimmy Fallon’s Twitch channel from 3:45 PM PST tomorrow before it airs on The Tonight Show the following week. Fans can expect a lot...
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