Month: June 2020

The following is excerpted from Destination Wedding, a novel by Diksha Basu. Basu is a writer and occasional actor. Originally from New Delhi, India, she holds a BA in Economics from Cornell University and an MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia University and now divides her time between New York City and Mumbai. Mr. Das
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(CNN) — In downtown Buffalo, New York, crossing the border into Ontario, Canada, used to be as easy as driving one mile across the Peace Bridge over the Niagara River. But that’s now a forbidden route. In the coronavirus era, New York residents and out-of-state road trippers aren’t allowed to cross the border for leisure
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10 Great Weird Movies Available on Midnight Pulp ComingSoon.net recently took advantage of the movie app Midnight Pulp, and found a whole slew of wonderfully strange genre fare for some of our more adventurous readers out there. Check out our list of 10 Great Weird Movies Available on Midnight Pulp below! Midnight Pulp is free
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The “Meet Me For Coffee” podcast hosted by George Panayi is quickly becoming one of Canada’s top shows, featuring interviews with Hollywood Celebrities, Rock Stars, Athletes, FBI agents and more!! This podcast takes its host’s two favorite things and blends them together: coffee and conversation. Coffee relaxes the soul, it really does make a good
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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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A Boeing 737 MAX 8 airliner takes off from Renton Municipal Airport near the company’s factory, on March 22, 2019 in Renton, Washington. Stephen Brashear | Getty Images The Federal Aviation Administration began certification flights of the Boeing 737 Max Monday, a key step toward permitting the planes to return to service after two fatal
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