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    Lady Gaga is not about to rest on her MTV Tricon Award. Just a couple of weeks after receiving the inaugural honor at this 2020 MTV Videos Awards — not to mention leading all winners with five Moonpersons — Mother Monster has dropped another eye-popping video, this time for “911,” the latest single off of her “Chromatica” album. But it’s the mental-health message of the video that may linger even more than the visuals. That may come as no surprise for the Little Monsters who already know that “911” is a song about Gaga’s experiences taking antipsychotic medication. The video opens with Gaga walking unnamed sandy dunes. Wherever they may be, it looks like a futuristic version of the...
    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Jacksonville Jaguars coach Doug Marrone has a farm outside Nashville and dozens of friends and family members living in the area. Many of them are Tennessee Titans fans, and they probably get excited when Marrone comes to town. After all, it usually means a victory is on the horizon for the hometown team. The Jaguars have lost six straight in Tennessee, including all three since Marrone took over in 2017. The last two in the Music City skid have been lopsided affairs, essentially over before the fourth quarter began, with the Titans winning 30-9 in 2018 and 42-20 last season. Marrone and his young team will try to end the trend Sunday. “I just know at...
    A Los Angeles-based teenager is going viral for sharing the morally questionable trick that gets him free food from restaurants every single day. Noah Wille, 19, shared his 'life hack that is also kind of terrible' on TikTok on August 28, and the video has racked up nearly a million views so far. In the clip, Noah explains how he used a fake email address, a spreadsheet, and quite a bit of research to get birthday freebies from a different restaurant for all 365 days of the year. Cheating the system: Noah Wille, 19, shared his 'life hack that is also kind of terrible' on TikTok on August 28, and the video has racked up nearly a million views...
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — Different. Different, different, different. Different different different different different different different different different. You can’t talk about the upcoming NFL season or specifically the New England Patriots without first stating the obvious: Things are different. Very different. For one, there’s the whole pandemic situation, which makes the entire 2020 season feel as though it’s standing on precarious ground. No preseason, weird training camp, pretty much no fans, a bunch of soft tissue injuries (probably), a lack of game shape, a lack of crisp on-field operations, and so much more is sure to  make this season … different. And in New England, there is that whole matter of Tom Brady leaving town after a cool...
    Medical staff wait for a car to pick up a deceased patient outside of the COVID-19 intensive care unit on June 30, 2020 in Houston, Texas. An Oregon emergency doctor showed just how powerful an effect racism can have on Black families when one of her patient’s relatives felt like they had to prove their loved one’s worth to get quality care. Esther Choo recounted her disheartening experience in a Twitter thread Friday. “I was taking care of a patient the other day who was very seriously injured,” she said. “And I stepped out to talk to his family briefly and give them an update. For context, he was Black. I told them what was going on quickly and asked if they had any questions. And this...
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    Surely, they will go for the usual rhythms of game-day normalcy. In The Bronx, the grounds crew will no doubt drag the infield while the Village People extol the virtues of the YMCA and getting yourself clean, having a good meal. Around the eighth inning, a twangy voice will ask: “Where did you come from, where did you go? Where did you come from Cotton-Eye Joe?” And at the end, of course, Sinatra will start spreadin’ the news. In Queens? There’s less tradition behind the game-day menu, but we will assume that at some point during the seventh-inning stretch we’ll hear an Italian crooner go on about Lazy Mary (“C’e ’na luna mezz’u mare/There is a moon in the sea...
    James WhitbrookToday 1:45PM•Filed to:Star TrekStar TrekStar Trek AdventuresKlingonsCBSTabletop GamesRole Playing GamesModiphius Entertainment2SaveToday is a good day...to roll die!Image: Modiphius When it launched a few years ago, Modiphius’ Star Trek Adventures roleplaying game gave fans a ruleset for boldly going as their very own crew of Federation officers, managing their own ship, going on away missions, and exploring the galaxy. But its latest expansion isn’t about giving Federation characters more things to do: it’s about flipping the game’s script entirely. This week Modiphius announced their latest addition to the Star Trek Adventures range: this time, not one of the sourcebooks like past titles about adventuring in each quadrant of the Trek galaxy, but a brand new core title of rules for...