Rock Against Hate compilation will raise money for Planned Parenthood

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NJArts.net

“Rock Against Hate, Vol. 4” will raise money for Planned Parenthood. The fourth volume of the Rock Against Hate compilation, dominated by Jersey-based artists, will raise money for Planned Parenthood, in protest of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. The 42-track album, featuring previously unreleased songs, can be downloaded for a $10 donation. Visit RockAgainstHate.org. “Rock Against Hate is a myriad of people, who may not agree on all things, but we all agree that today’s Supreme Court decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization puts women’s health, and their ri… Read More “Rock Against Hate compilation will raise money for Planned Parenthood”

Inside the Moves that Defined the 2022 NBA Draft

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Sports Illustrated

By Jeremy Woo How the Magic pulled off a surprise at No. 1. Plus, a closer look at the draft decisions by the Thunder, Kings and Blazers. I don’t know if it’s fair to say that the dust has actually settled—the NBA is already heading full-bore into free agency—but the 2022 draft has come to an end after an extremely memorable night, which began with one of the biggest twists at No. 1 in recent memory, as the Magic took Paolo Banchero. I’m running on fumes and have no patience for writing long introductions anymore, but everyone’s favorite draft post-mortem column is back again. Let’s just get i… Read More “Inside the Moves that Defined the 2022 NBA Draft”

Why several calculator apps on your partner’s phone could be cause for suspicion

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Relaxnews

From a change of attitude to a lack of communication, there are many signs that can make you suspect your other half might be cheating. Now, internet users have discovered a new one: having several calculator applications on their phone. It seems that some of these apps are actually secret digital vaults, where people can hide all kinds of compromising files. These fake digital calculators were brought to light on TikTok by the American influencer and podcast host, Sam “Nugget” Dababneh. “If you’re dating a guy, and you go into his phone and type in the word ‘calculator’ and he has two calcula… Read More “Why several calculator apps on your partner’s phone could be cause for suspicion”

Goal Controversy In Stanley Cup Game 4 Over Too Many Men On The Ice

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The Colorado Avalanche took a 3-1 lead over the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup on Wednesday night, with a 3-2 victory in overtime, capping off a comeback on Tampa’s home ice. Nazem Kadri delivered a clutch – and miraculous – goal that gave the Avalanche a two-game cushion on the Lightning in the series. Lightning head coach Jon Cooper thinks that goal was undeserved, however. In his post-game presser, Cooper implied that the winning goal should have never happened. “It’s going to be hard for me to speak. I’m going to have to speak,” he said. “I’ll speak with you tomorrow. You’re going … Read More “Goal Controversy In Stanley Cup Game 4 Over Too Many Men On The Ice”

VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: Jim Archer & Rupert Majendie On The Joys Of Working With David Earl On ‘Brian & Charles’

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Brian and Charles, which was released in 2017 as a short film has been adapted into a full-length film. It follows the adventures of lonely inventor Brian who invents an artificially intelligent robot. DirectorJim Archer and produccer Rupert Majendie recently sat down with uInterview founder Erik Meers to discuss working with David Earl, who plays Brian. > WATCH DAVID EARL’s uINTERVIEW NOW! “David’s super fun to work with,” Archer said. “Collaborative. Down to earth. Just really open to anything. I can’t think of a favorite thing…” “The scene when they were in the kitchen improvising,” Majendi… Read More “VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: Jim Archer & Rupert Majendie On The Joys Of Working With David Earl On ‘Brian & Charles’”