#EmmysSoWhite: Despite Its Most Diverse Nominations Ever, Zero POC Win Major Acting Trophies At The Emmys

Even with a record number of people of color nominated, the Emmys still kept their ceremony white with no color in the actual winners for acting categories. Source: Rich Fury / Getty Last night, the 2021 Emmys took place at the Microsoft Theater in Downtown Los Angeles and while the guest list was limited due
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The Weeknd’s ‘Blinding Lights’ breaks Imagine Dragons’ record for longest run on Billboard Hot 100

When The Weeknd released “Blinding Lights” in 2019, the track had become an immediate hit. Despite not being recognized at the Grammy Awards, “Blinding Lights” had undoubtedly been the song of the year. Garnering nearly 2.5 billion streams on Spotify since first being released and becoming the first song to spend an entire year in
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Marshmello Drops Heavy-Hitting New Album ‘Shockwave’: Stream It Now

Marshmello has launched his fourth studio record, Shockwave. Independently published Friday (June 11) from the producer’s own Joytime Collective tag, this is the first LP from Marshmello not to bear the “joytime” moniker, using all the “shockwave” name affixed into the LP’s concentrate on a buffet of genres, such as trap, bass, Jersey Club, dubstep
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Justin Bieber’s world tour is back, and he’s coming to Denver

In addition to rescheduling a slew of postponed tour dates from 2020, pop star Justin Bieber on Thursday announced seven new ones, hinting at the music promoters’ confidence in returning to massive, full-capacity concerts. The catch? They’re not arriving until next year. Still, that’s good news for fans of The Bieb, whose June 13, 2020,
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Great Reads in Photography: April 18, 2021

Each Sunday, we bring together an assortment of easy-reading posts from analytical to how-to photo-features without a specific order that didn’t make our routine daily policy. Enjoy! Photographer Sarah Wilson Honors Front-line Women Workers in Austin, Texas with ESSENTIALS, an Interactive Public Art Project — Austin Monthly &duplicate; Sarah Wilson 5-minute Sunday interview: Phil Mistry:
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Guy Fieri Raised $25 Million For Out-Of-Work Restaurant Staff During The Pandemic

PA Celebrity restaurateur Guy Fieri has raised close to $25 million for restaurant staff who are from work due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Often referred to as ‘The Mayor of Flavortown’, Fieri has joined forces with the National Restaurant Association (NRA) within the course of this pandemic to raise cash for restaurant employees through
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Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw said he’ll be ‘essentially blind’ for a month after emergency eye surgery

Rep. Dan Crenshaw, a Republican from Texas, stands outside the US Capitol at Washington, DC. Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw stated he'll be "basically blind" for at least a month. Crenshaw, a former Navy SEAL, lost his right eye whilst operating in Afghanistan at 2012. Crenshaw stated he underwent emergency surgery Friday
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Will fans be allowed at Avalanche, Nuggets games soon?

Denver, Colo. (KDVR) — Opening day will probably bring with it 21,363 Rockies fans into Coors Field after a enlarged variance was approved, and consequently the Kroenke Sports Entertainment Group is attempting to replicate the achievement to Ball Arena.    Kroenke, which possesses the Avalanche and Nuggets in addition to the arena where they play, has filed a variance program that is
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Today marks one year since the Avs’ last home game with fans

DENVER (KDVR) — It’s been a long year for the Colorado Avalanche and their fans. Thursday marks the one-year anniversary of the Avs’ last home game before fans. “It’s hard to believe it’s been a year already,” says head coach Jared Bednar.  On March 11, 2020, in front of a sellout Pepsi Center crowd of
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Jack Harlow to Perform on Shaquille O’Neal’s Pre-Super Bowl SHAQ Bowl Livestream

The Weeknd isn’t the only one with a halftime show this Sunday: Shaquille O’Neal’s pre-game SHAQ Bowl livestream event also has its very own halftime entertainment, and Billboard can exclusively announce that Jack Harlow is joining previously announced SHAQ Bowl halftime performers Migos and DJ Diesel — aka Shaq himself. The halftime performance, presented by Pepsi Stronger
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