Month: May 2020

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Even the greatest video game consoles produce a few stinkers now and then. For this list, we’ll be looking at the absolute worst games that have ever been released on an Xbox console. Our countdown includes “Sonic the Hedgehog”, “Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5”, “Bomberman: Act Zero”, “Aliens: Colonial Marines”, “Ride to Hell: Retribution”, and
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USA Network’s fan-favorite legal drama Suits finally came to a close after nine seasons at the end of last year. Starring Gabriel Macht as the arrogant but oh-so charming lawyer Harvey Specter, and Patrick J. Adams as his brilliant but fraudulent protégé Mike Ross, the show defied all expectations to become the network’s longest-running series.
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Reverend Louis Sheldon founded an organisation now classed as an extremist hate group (YouTube/PIJN) Reverend Louis Sheldon, the anti-gay founder of a lobbying group known for opposing LGBT+ rights, has died at the age of 85. Sheldon died on Friday (May 29) in Southern California of a longstanding condition, his son-in-law James Lafferty said. Sheldon
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The Trocadero Centre in Leicester Square, a hugely popular area for tourism in the West End, London. (Pictures Ltd./Corbis via Getty Images) A British LGBT+ community forum welcomed plans on Thursday (May 28) for a mosque and community centre in the heart of London’s gay district despite seething pushback. With its yellowing walls, the historic
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Prep school secret society. Vigilante Archie. Creepy VHS tapes. Riverdale Season 4 was a roller coaster of suspenseful mysteries and unexpected twists. And in some instances, baffling ones too. The characters dived deeper into the town’s seedy underbelly and uncovered truths that were long hidden for generations. (We see you, Mr. DuPont!) There were romance
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Volunteers carry sacks of rice on March 20, 2020 in Quezon city, Metro Manila, Philippines (Ezra Acayan/Getty) The LGBT+ community in the Philippines has been recruited to distribute coronavirus relief after packages reportedly went missing in the hands of corrupt officials. Mayor Sara Duterte of Davao City in the southern Philippines noticed a “recurring problem”
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David Guetta just brought New York City’s largest dance party from the Top of the Rock directly into fans’ homes through his #UnitedAtHomeNYC livestream. In an a collaborative effort with Mayor Bill de Blasio and First Lady Chirlane McCray, the French DJ spun from the top of 30 Rockefeller Center to help raise money for the Mayor’s
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Back in February, Faith No More announced a joint tour with Korn. The trek would have marked Faith No More’s first American tour in five years. Now, the band has canceled the tour due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. “It is with heavy hearts that we came to this decision out of an abundance of
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In 2017, Satan’s Slaves topped the list of highest-grossing films in Indonesia. After receiving strong buzz during its festival run, the film found a perfect home on Shudder, where it’s continued its reputation as one of the streaming platform’s most frightening offerings. The international success of Satan’s Slaves seems fitting, considering it’s a remake of 1980’s Satan’s Slave, an influential
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