Entertainment

On Sunday I had the opportunity to see Arlo Guthrie in Concert at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, New Jersey. I have seen Arlo dozens of times now since the ’80s and he never fails to disappoint. This year is the 53rd anniversary of his famous Alice’s Restaurant Massacree and the
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Saturday Night Live had its first show to open the 45th season on Saturday with more ridiculing of President Donald Trump, but the ratings were horrible. Critics of the president enjoyed the cold open segment which mocked Trump’s travails with the Ukrainian scandal, with Alec Baldwin delivering his impression of the president. And yet, ratings
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Topics in this post: Mountain Biking at 50 If you’re new to mountain biking, you’re likely overwhelmed by the myriad of options, upgrades, accessories and more. It’s nearly impossible to figure out what matters and what doesn’t as Youtube influencers pedal their sponsors’ wares and magazines publish articles flattering their advertisers’ goods. Good news.
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Millennial women starting families may face the biggest impact New research released today shows a growing shortage of obstetricians and gynecologists (OB-GYN) and the potential crisis this poses for women’s healthcare. Doximity’s “2019 OB-GYN Workforce Study” analyzed the primary factors impacting the specialty on a national and local level, including the percentage of OB-GYNs
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Surgeon and author Dr. Marty Makary addresses the health care system’s brokenness and offers a hopeful take on how it can be solved in his upcoming book “The Price We Pay.” Makary is a health policy expert at Johns Hopkins University who published The New York Times bestseller “Unaccountable: What Hospitals Won’t Tell You and
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Being ill is difficult. You have to cope with the illness itself, the effects of the illness, the side effects of medication, failure to get support and difficulties of obtaining treatment. Illness can interfere with relationships, employment and personal independence and may lead to anxiety, anger and depression. Illness is worse when it is
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Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is a film by Quentin Tarantino starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt. The film covers six months in 1969, but it’s filled with homages to (or outright re-creations of) old TV shows, old movies and old advertising jingles. Tarantino also recreates the Hollywood of 1969 by tracking down
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Summer is peak vacation time for most, but for frequent business travelers, it can be a struggle to squeeze in a much-needed vacation between work trips. With its latest “La Quinta Means Business” national survey, La Quinta® by Wyndham unveils the unique trends and challenges for business travelers during the summer season and busy back-to-school
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The Food and Drug Administration requested that pharmaceutical company Allergan recall specific breast implant models that may cause cancer, the FDA announced Wednesday. Allergan’s textured breast implants have been linked to a rare cancer called anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL). The FDA warned of the implants, citing 33 patient deaths from breast implant-associated ALCL.
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With chronic stress affecting more than 100 million Americans, WalletHub released an in-depth study Monday, outlining the 180 most and least stressed cities in the nation across 39 metrics. The investigation follows the statistic that workplace-related stress alone costs society more than $300 billion per year, according to the American Institute of Stress. The WalletHub
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Dwayne Johnson and crew are back in the upcoming sequel to their box office smash, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. This Christmas, Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, and Nick Jonas will return to the jungle for Kasdan’s sequel Jumanji: The Next Level. Watch the Trailer: The movie will hit theaters December 13, 2019.
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These top travel destinations reveals which offers the best experience for streaming music, uploading videos and selfies, and accessing navigation apps. Nearly 49 million Americans are gearing up for 4th of July travel this week according to AAA, and they will be using their smartphones to do everything from mapping out driving routes to streaming music to
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“Jeopardy!” champion James Holzhauer donated over $1,000 to a Pancreatic Cancer Research Walk in honor of host Alex Trebek. Trebek announced that he had been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer in early March. Despite the prognosis, Trebek resolved “to fight this” and “beat the low survival rate statistics.” Trebek revealed to People magazine that
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I’ve just returned from seeing this year’s Happy Together Tour featuring The Cowsills, The Classics 1V, The Buckinghams, Gary Puckett, Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night, and Mark Volman of The Turtles and their regular Happy Together back-up band. Normally Howard Kaylan of the Turtles is with his partner Mark Volman but for the
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