Tuesday, 20 Oct 2020

Five killed in mid-air collision as two planes crash in France

Minor hockey league pretends it’s going to have an almost normal 2020-21 season

Channing Dungey to Step Down as Netflix Vice President of Original Content

Channing Dungey is stepping down from her role as vice president of original content at Netflix, Variety has confirmed.

Dungey first joined Netflix in December 2018. Prior to that, she was the head of ABC Entertainment.

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Lindsey Vonn schusses (get it?) bigots, talks depression, love, Covid & how she almost drove for Formula One

These Are The Biggest Entertainment Stories You Might Have Missed The Week Of Oct. 5

From Bachelor updates to Mindy Kaling’s surprise baby news, here are the biggest entertainment stories you might have missed this week.

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Meghan Trainor & Daryl Sabara Announced Her Pregnancy With A Christmas Themed Pic

A new Spy Kid is on the way!



What Actual French Influencers Think Of Emily In Paris

Two French influencers weigh in on Netflix’s new hit.


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Armenia and Azerbaijan agree to cease fire: Russia’s Lavrov

Moscow: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Armenia and Azerbaijan had agreed to a ceasefire, starting from 12.00pm on Saturday, local tine, to exchange prisoners and bodies of those killed in the conflict.

Lavrov made the statement after 10-hour-long talks with his Armenian and Azeri counterparts in Moscow around 3.00am local time. He also said Armenia and Azerbaijan agreed to start talks on the settlement of the conflict.


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PAUL THOMAS on… the Queen's birthday honours 

PAUL THOMAS on… the Queen’s birthday honours

‘You’re ALL heroes – at last one has something to celebrate’. To order a print of this Paul Thomas cartoon or one by Pugh, visit Mailpictures.newsprints.co.uk or call 0191 6030 178

Master P to be honored at 2020 BET Hip Hop Awards

Percy “Master P” Miller will be honored at the 2020 BET Hip Hop Awards.

The CEO of No Limit Records will receive the I Am Hip Hop award at the ceremony on Oct. 27.

The New Orleans native launched a record store and then his label in 1991 with $10,000 inherited from his grandfather.

This year, the show will promote #ReclaimYourVote, encouraging voter registration and greater access to polls.

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Wayne Knight Reprises Newman From ‘Seinfeld’ In PSA On Mail Voting

The new ad was commissioned by PACRONYM, a Democratic super PAC, and assures the public that the ballots will get through, even if your Time magazine subscription may be slightly delayed in arriving.

Knight had been reluctant to revive his iconic Newman character, but felt a sense of duty to reprise the role, given the attacks on the postal system and its service.

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John Catsimatidis considering second NYC mayoral run

John Catsimatidis is toying with another mayoral run, it seems.

The supermarket mogul, 72, was honored by the Nassau County Republican Committee in a socially distanced reception at the Long Island estate of Flo and Fifa Girardi. And we’re told that he said that he’d decide after next month’s presidential election whether or not to take another shot at taking up residence in Gracie Mansion.

The event was attended by former Sen. Al D’Amato and Rep. Peter King. Catsimatidis last ran for mayor in 2013. The next election will be in November 2021.

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New Edition to reunite for DJ Cassidy’s ‘Pass the Mic’

New Edition will reunite for DJ Cassidy’s next “Pass the Mic” virtual event.

We hear Cassidy is bringing together all six members — including Bobby Brown — for his DJ set on Tuesday.

“This one is going to be the biggest one yet and have the most songs and artists,” he told us. Teddy Riley, who produced Brown’s “My Prerogative,” will also appear with other special guests of the era.

Cassidy brought New Edition back together in 2011 for his 30th birthday, which was held on the Intrepid.

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Butler does it again — but like, at a whole ’nother level — to extend NBA Finals

Rangers win race against no one to sign the worst player available in NHL free agency

Five killed in mid-air collision as two planes crash in France

Five people have died after two small planes crashed mid-air in France.

A ULM (ultralight two-person plane) crashed into a tourist plane in Loches, Indre-et-Loire at around 4.45pm local time.

Nadia Seghier, a local government official said: ‘[The microlight] landed on the fence around a house without harming anyone else, [the DA40] several hundred metres away in an uninhabited area.

‘All five people involved died.’

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