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Taxi Driver Hero

Raj Singh, the owner of Roseville Cabs, got a call to pick up a 92-year-old woman and take her to the bank.

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Are Laptop Stickers IN or OUT? YES or NO? Naked or Clothed?

I don’t make decisions that involve major purchases quickly. For example, It took me YEARS to pick out a laptop and about 6 months to decide which specs I wanted on it. Seriously. I’ve owned 3 laptops in my life. Each of them lasted ~10years. Let’s appreciate the relationship between a computer and it’s human for a moment: A DECADE! A machine …

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Sports are back! Well, Major League Eating, at least

Bobby Bank/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — With sporting events of all kinds cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, one league is looking to take a bite out of the under-served market of bored sports fans: Major League Eating. The MLE, arguably most famous for staging the annual Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest on July 4th, actually holds competitive eating contests of …

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‘Empire’ creators say final season will be cut short over COVID-19 shutdowns

ABC/Lou Rocco(LOS ANGELES) — Empire co-creators Lee Daniels and Danny Strong confirmed on Tuesday that the sixth and final season of the Fox hip-hop series will be cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but left the door open for a proper finale somewhere in the future.  “I’m heartbroken we aren’t getting to shoot the finale we wanted — at least …

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‘LAUGH AID’ livestream raised more than $350K for COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund

Patton Oswalt – ABC/Eric McCandless(LOS ANGELES) — Comedy Gives Back’s recent LAUGH AID livestream event, which featured contributions from comedians like Bill Burr, Whitney Cummings, Ray Romano, Bob Saget, and Adam Sandler, raised a mint for comedians affected by the COVID-19 crisis. The numbers are now in from the April 4 event, and organizers say more than 2.5 million viewers checked it out — and opened their checkbooks — to the …

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Essence Fest of Culture cancels festival’s “live experience” until 2021

Essence Communications, Inc.(NEW ORLEANS) — This year’s Essence Festival of Culture has officially been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite previously announcing they would postpone the annual fest for a date “closer to the fall,” Essence Communications announced on Wednesday that their live event will now take place in 2021. “New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell bravely recommended yesterday that …

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