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Report: In 2021, Live Nation to Slash Payments to Performers, Shift Financial Burden to Artists in Unprecedented Move – jambands.com

In anticipation of the economic climate post-COVID-19, Live Nation will slash payouts for artists in an unprecedented move which would shift a substantial

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Prince William and Kate Middleton Showed Some Rare PDA at an Arcade This Week – Yahoo Lifestyle

And they’re DEFINITELY not embarrassed about it.

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  • On Wednesday this week, Prince William and Kate Middleton stepped out for a royal engagement on Barry Island, where businesses were reopening for the first time since closing in response to the coronavirus pandemic earlier this year.
    • During their visit, Will and Kate made a stop at an arcade, where Will tried his luck at a claw machine game. Photographers captured (from a distance, of course) a sweet moment when Kate put her hand on her husband’s back—a rare mo…

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    5 Uplifting Moments in Latin Music This Week (August 8) – Billboard

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    From career milestones and new music releases to major announcements and more, Billboard editors highlight the latest news buzz in Latin music every week. Here’s what happened in the Latin music world this week:
    Los Tigres del Norte want you to vote
    This week, Los Tigres del Norte helped kick off the new Voto Latino campaign, encouraging Latinos who are eligible to vote in the U.S. to get to the polls during elections. On a video message posted on August 3rd, one year after the El Paso shootin…

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    New trailers: Kajillionaire, Zola, Ratched, and more – The Verge

    Watch this week’s best new trailers from Netflix, HBO Max, A24, Amazon, and more, including trailers for the next movies from Miranda July and Charlie Kaufman.

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    Yes, Zola like the Twitter thread
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    Back when the pandemic was just getting started in the US, I spent a couple nights watching a pair of Taika Waititi films I hadnt seen: Hunt for the Wilderpeople and What We Do in the Shadows. They were the perfect kind of light, no-stress movies for the moment.
    Thats really the kind of experience that Waititi excels at making. His movies are filled with silly, try-hard characters you cant help but care for, but he never r…

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