That Time Foo Fighters’ Pat Smear Went to the Mall With the Spice Girls

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Loudwire

Watch Foo Fighters guitarist Pat Smear go shopping with the Spice Girls in this throwback video from 1997. Pat Smear was a touring guitarist for Nirvana and once he heard some of Dave Grohl’s tapes, he went on to become a part of the Foo Fighters, as well. This throwback video from 1997 shows the guitarist going to the mall with the Spice Girls to celebrate the release of their second album Spiceworld. Pat Smear hosted “House of Style” on MTV, which was all about fashion and his first ‘House of Style’ adventure was all about The Spice Girls. The Spice Girls and Pat Smear walk around Newport Ce… Read More “That Time Foo Fighters’ Pat Smear Went to the Mall With the Spice Girls”

Obama fires up Virginia crowd for governor’s race he calls a U.S. “turning point”

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Reuters

By Gabriella Borter RICHMOND, Va. (Reuters) -Former U.S. President Barack Obama urged Virginians to re-elect Terry McAuliffe as governor at a rally on Saturday, emphasizing the race’s significance as an indicator of the country’s political direction and a reflection of its values. Obama and McAuliffe, who served as the state’s governor from 2014 to 2018, spoke before a cheering crowd at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond with just 10 days to go before the closely watched, tight Nov. 2 election. The off-year race is seen as a barometer of how the country might decide the 2022 midterm … Read More “Obama fires up Virginia crowd for governor’s race he calls a U.S. “turning point””

Views spiraling in PBA

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Philippine Star

SPORTING CHANCE – Joaquin M. Henson – The Philippine Star October 24, 2021 | 12:00am MANILA, Philippines — PBA commissioner Willie Marcial recently broke the news that views are surging in the league, reconfirming its position as the country’s most popular sports entertainment vehicle. Players, coaches and officials have been sacrificing long periods of detachment from their families to play out the games – first in Clark last year and now in Bacolor – so Marcial’s disclosure was a positive note that the hard work is much appreciated by the fans. This conference, Marcial said the average views… Read More “Views spiraling in PBA”

Russian Health Ministry greenlights joint COVID-19 and flu vaccination

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Azer News

By Trend The Russian Health Ministry has amended the instructions for the use of Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine, giving green light to administering it simultaneously with a flu shot, the ministry’s press service told reporters on Friday, Trend reports with reference to TASS. “Russia’s Health Ministry has authorized simultaneous vaccination against COVID and influenza, as corresponding changes have been made to the instructions for the medical use of the Gam-COVID-Vac (Sputnik V) vaccine,” the statement said. Studies have proven that when COVID-19 and flu vaccines are inoculated at the same time, … Read More “Russian Health Ministry greenlights joint COVID-19 and flu vaccination”

Azerbaijani MoD observes exercises in liberated Lachin district

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Azer News

By Trend Azerbaijani Defense Ministry’s Chief, Colonel General Zakir Hasanov observed the command-staff exercises held in the Lachin district [liberated from Armenian occupation in the 2020 Second Karabakh War], Trend reports on Oct.23 via the ministry. Hasanov was informed by the commanders and staff officers about the decisions made on the organization of activities during the operations on the map and the layout of the area at the command post deployed in field conditions. It was noted that the exercises, held in areas with difficult terrain, are focused on developing the knowledge of comma… Read More “Azerbaijani MoD observes exercises in liberated Lachin district”

External Reserves Gain $3.98bn In 3 Weeks

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TDPel Media

On October 20, the reserves increased to $40.76 billion, up from $36.78 billion at the end of September. The reserves increased by $2.76 billion in September from $34.02 billion at the end of August, continuing their upward trend. According to Mike Obadan, a professor of economics and Chairman of Goldmark Education Academy in Benin City, Nigeria’s currency is decided by the economy’s strength in terms of production capacity and productivity, structure, and diversification of the export production base. Obadan, who is a former director-general, National Centre for Economic Management and Admini… Read More “External Reserves Gain $3.98bn In 3 Weeks”

Simone Biles Says ‘I’m Still Scared To Do Gymnastics’

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uSports.org

Simone Biles has opened up again about her mental health, weeks after competing in the Tokyo Olympics during which Biles first disclosed her mental health struggles. On Thursday morning, Biles gave an emotional interview on NBC’s Today Show. Biles said she is still struggling with the “twisties” as she performs on her Gold Over America Tour. The twisties is a mental block where competitors can lose track of where they are while in midair. “I don’t twist (on tour). I do double lay half-outs, which is my signature move on the floor. That’s never affected me. But everything else weighs so heavy, … Read More “Simone Biles Says ‘I’m Still Scared To Do Gymnastics’”

BIG, FURIA, Heroic added to ESL Pro League, NIP secures crypto deal | ESI Digest #65

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Esports Insider

Each week, ESI Digest breaks down the weekly happenings in the esports industry, making sense of things so you don’t have to. As well as being housed onYouTube, ESI Digest is available on all major podcast platforms and is also available in written form below. On this week’s ESI Digest we cover; FURIA, BIG and Heroic being announced as the latest ESL Pro League member teams, Ninjas in Pyjamas launching Shinobi Sports and partnering with Zilliqa, Riot Games unveiling its 2021 World Championship rings, Fnatic hiring an Esports Operations Lead, plus SPORT1 extending its RLCS broadcast deal. ESL P… Read More “BIG, FURIA, Heroic added to ESL Pro League, NIP secures crypto deal | ESI Digest #65”

Climate change: Are wealthy polluters leaving vulnerable Africa behind?

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On Oct. 12, China pledged about 230 million dollars to establish a fund to protect biodiversity in developing countries. President Xi Jinping made the pledge while speaking at a virtual UN conference ahead of the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) scheduled for Glasgow, Scotland. China’s commitment to a Kumming Biodiversity Fund is one of the expected symbolic pledges among World leaders as they prepare for another round of discussions on climate change. Already, there are damning climate change reports and discourses dominating civic and media spaces ahead of COP26. Younger… Read More “Climate change: Are wealthy polluters leaving vulnerable Africa behind?”