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VH1 ‘tossed around’ idea of Flavor Flav as ‘The Black-chelor’

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With reality TV reckoning with race, a longtime TV insider was reminded that VH1 once considered calling Flavor Flav’s 2006 dating show “The Black-chelor.” “The top execs were tossing it around,” said the source. “It was more a nod to the fact that there was never going to be an......
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Steve Cohen is making another big push to buy Mets

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The prodigal bidder has returned. Sources close to billionaire hedge fund manager Steve Cohen tell The Post that he will bid on the Mets this week after having his $2.6 billion deal for the team fall apart in the 11th hour back in February. Cohen, 64, is a Mets fan......
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Here’s Why ‘Hamilton’s Cast Can’t Win Oscars or Emmys

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Hamilton won’t be adding an Oscar to its long list of awards. The filmed version of the musical, which just hit Disney+ last weekend (July 3), is not eligible for the Academy Awards, despite a rule change this spring due to the coronavirus pandemic. While the Academy will now consider streamed......
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Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes reacts to historic NFL contract

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Patrick Mahomes has at least 450 million reasons to be pretty hyped right now. On the heels of agreeing to the richest contract in sports history, the Super Bowl-winning QB took a quick social media victory lap. “Here to stay!” he tweeted on Monday, along with a video of career......
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Egypt arrests doctors, silences critics over coronavirus outbreak

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A doctor arrested after writing an article about Egypt’s fragile health system. A pharmacist picked up from work after posting online about a shortage of protective gear. An editor taken from his home after questioning official coronavirus figures. A pregnant doctor arrested after a colleague used her phone to report......
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Hubble just snapped one of its greatest images ever

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Galaxies always seem special simply due to their huge size and collections of stars, planets, and typically a black hole or sometimes more. They’re definitely interesting, but some are clearly better looking than others. The Hubble Space Telescope has snapped stunning images of plenty of galaxies during its lengthy tenure,......
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Texas protesters dump beer keg on street to demand bars be allowed to reopen

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Texas protesters gathered at El Paso’s Cincinnati Entertainment District over the Fourth of July weekend to demand bars be allowed to reopen. Bars were ordered closed for a second time June 26 after the state experienced a resurgence in coronavirus cases. The entertainment center, which is made up of restaurants,......
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Late South Korea triathlete’s teammates detail abuse allegations

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SEOUL – Former teammates of a South Korean triathlete found dead last month after alleging she had been abused by her coaching staff said on Monday athletes endured a living “hell” and were habitually beaten and verbally abused. Choi Suk-hyeon, a member of the national triathlon team, died at her......
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Listen to Episode 7 of ‘Amazin’ But True’: Baseball Returns…For Now feat. Mike Puma

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Robert Sabo It feels so good to be back. It feels good for baseball to be back…at least for now. With spring training 2.0 underway at Citi Field, it’s time for the return of the “Amazin’ But True” podcast with me and former Met Nelson Figueroa. Figgie never thought he......
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Coronavirus lockdown has made us more vitamin D deficient

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Call it Vitamin D for Deficiency. Even as coronavirus-related lockdowns continue to lift in New York City, which began Phase 3 of reopening on Monday, and more people leave the confines of their apartments to meet up with friends under summer skies, there is still one thing to keep in......
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Singles are having kids with strangers as part of the co-parenting trend

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They’re skipping love and marriage and going straight to the part about a baby in a carriage. The latest child-rearing fad — co-parenting — is on the rise as singles desperate to have kids link up to raise children together — romance be damned. Yelena Pronoza, a 41-year-old accountant living......
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Starving Horror Fans Should Look Towards Netflix’s International Shows

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Netflix’s early attempt to become a prestige TV powerhouse was slightly derailed when only its second original was labeled one of the worst things to hit 2013 screens. Perhaps burned by Hemlock Grove‘s critical drubbing, the streaming giant steered clear of straight-forward horror until the far superior The Haunting of......
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‘COVID Corey’ apologizes for partying on Fire Island days after coronavirus symptoms

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After getting dragged by Independence Day voyeurs on social media, a man dubbed “COVID Corey” is apologizing for putting potentially hundreds of Fire Island revelers at risk of contracting the coronavirus. New Yorker Corey Hannon, 27, was one of the seemingly hundreds who spent this weekend partying on the Long......
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Czech volunteers develop functioning ventilator in days

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PRAGUE — Tomas Kapler knew nothing about ventilators — he’s an online business consultant, not an engineer or a medical technician. But when he saw that shortages of the vital machines had imperiled critically ill COVID-19 patients in northern Italy, he was moved to action. “It was a disturbing feeling......
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Why the majority of women want to be their own boss

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Three-quarters of women aspire to open their own business, according to new research. A new survey of 9,000 women across 15 countries, including 2,000 women in the US, found that globally, the majority (72 percent) aspire to open their own business — of those, 50 percent don’t yet have a......
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Miami shuts down restaurants and gyms again with coronavirus cases rising

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Miami will once again shut down restaurants, gyms and short-term vacation rentals as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in the Florida city continue to rise, officials announced Monday. Officials in the Sunshine State’s hardest-hit county said restaurants can stay open for takeout and delivery but must shutter on Wednesday and a......
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Global warming over past 150 years has wiped out 6,500 years of cooling

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A new study noted that global warming linked to human activity has wiped out the previous 6,500 years of natural global cooling. The research notes that the average temperature has risen 1 degree Celsius (1.8 degrees Fahrenheit) since the mid-19th century. This suggests “that the global average temperature of the......
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De Blasio blames coronavirus while NYPD chief says new restrictions caused crime wave

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Mayor Bill de Blasio largely blamed the coronavirus for the bloody weekend crime wave in the Big Apple — as the NYPD’s chief said the problem is much more complex, pointing to anti-police sentiment, bail reform and cops feeling they’ve had their hands tied as among the reasons for the......
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Olivia Munn’s bikini clip counts George Kittle, Paul George as fans

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Scooter Braun and actress Jamie Chung weren’t the only notable names who caught Olivia Munn’s birthday bikini video. Over the weekend, 49ers tight end George Kittle and Clippers forward Paul George were among the 336,000 who double-tapped Munn’s Instagram post from Friday, according to a screenshot from SportsGossip.com. UFC’s Dana......
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Fisherman accidentally catches endangered dolphin, carries it to safety

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When you catch an endangered animal, it’s only right to set it free. A fisherman went above and beyond to rescue a dolphin after accidentally catching it in his net. A crowd gathered to watch as he carried the dolphin away from the nets before releasing it back into the......

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