Michael Cohen Testifies, 90210 Reunion, AT&T Would possibly Streamline HBO and Turner

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Nina Agdal … Billionaires mixed to lose $1 trillion in 2018 inventory market struggles … Tennessee supply driver accused of dipping his testicles in buyer’s salsa in revenge for unhealthy tipping … South Carolina man who went viral shopping for $540 of lady scout cookies arrested by DEA and accused of trafficking heroin, fentanyl, and cocaine … A abstract of Michael Cohen’s testimony … Don Jr. feeling the warmth? … “Walmart is eliminating greeters; employees with disabilities fearful” … NHL commerce deadline losers … SB Nation editor-in-chief Elena Bergeron steps down … Jags GM Dave Caldwell says Jalen Ramsey isn’t on the commerce block … AOC interviewed by Rolling Stone … All of the related school soccer spring apply and recreation dates … 693 years is how lengthy it will take one zamboni to hit all of Lake Superior. 

Fascinating story about how an arbitrator dominated that FOX owes Bones producers and actors $179 million [THR]

In different Fox information, Beverly Hills 90210 is reuniting there for six episodes this summer season [Vulture]

AT&T in talks with former NBC and Showtime boss Robert Greenblatt, exploring concept of mixing HBO and Turner into one unit [WSJ]

Why Rembrandt nonetheless issues 350 years later [NY Times]

50 expertise you may be taught on YouTube [Mental Floss]

Did the police overblow and conflate the human trafficking factor of the therapeutic massage parlor sting that snared Robert Kraft [SI.com]

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The NBA’s least precious shooters [Bleacher Report]

Jimi Hendrix Interviewed in 1969

Two-hour Foo-Fighters live performance (in the event you click on by there’s a time-stamped tune desk of contents)

Magic with Robert Lewandowski

 


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