Month: June 2020

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Nintendo amazon.com $59.99 $49.95 (17% off) Fire Emblem: Three Houses is a tactical RPG game that boasts a deeply intricate story, very memorable characters (whom you can befriend and one of whom you can choose to marry), and distinct Harry Potter vibes. You play as Byleth, who you can make either female or male.  Byleth becomes a
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As expected, Broadway will remain dark through 2020, with the Broadway League announcing today that theater owners will refund or exchange all tickets purchased for productions through Jan. 3, 2021. “The Broadway experience can be deeply personal but it is also, crucially, communal,” said Chairman of the Board of The Broadway League Thomas Schumacher. “The
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“The Last of Us Part II”” is packed full of secrets most players won’t notice! For this list, we’ll be looking at various references and Easter eggs that have been littered throughout the game. Our countdown includes “PlayStation Vitas,” “Drake’s Ring,” “Jax X: Combat Racing Arcade Machine,” “Sam’s Robot,” “Gustavo Santaolalla”” and more! Did YOU
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Protests against police brutality continued across the country this weekend, including a march of around 500 people demanding the mayor’s resignation in St. Louis. Earlier in the week, Mayor Lyda Krewson read the names and addresses of individuals calling to defund the police, basically doxxing people who sent letters to the mayor’s office. In response,
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Continuing the conversation. Tonight, Daily Pop co-host Justin Sylvester took to Bravo’s Instagram Live to, once more, moderate a powerful conversation about racial inequality in the United States. The E! personality was joined by The Real Housewives of Potomac‘s Candiace Dillard, Project Runway‘s Christian Siriano and Married to Medicine Los Angeles‘ Dr. Imani Walker. In
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[embedded content] Over the weekend, a couple–dubbed “Karen & Ken” by the internet–chose to brandish firearms at a large group of peaceful protesters walking by their extravagant home. A couple pointed guns at protesters in St. Louis as a group marched toward the mayor’s home to demand her resignation. https://t.co/5EqDd43QCd pic.twitter.com/KWNaif77ch — ABC News (@ABC)
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