Comedian Gilbert Gottfried died of rare, often overlooked disease

NBC News 06:06 13.04

The beloved comedian had a rare genetic muscle disorder, type II myotonic dystrophy, his publicist said.


Gilbert Gottfried, iconic comedian, dies at 67 after long illness

NBC News 03:07 13.04

Gottfried died at 2:35 p.m. ET Tuesday from recurrent ventricular tachycardia due to myotonic dystrophy type II.


Mimi Reinhard, Who Typed Up Schindler’s List, Dies at 107

NyTimes 03:06 13.04

As a secretary in a forced-labor camp in World War II, she added her own name to the list of 1,100 Jews who would be spared from the gas chambers.


Drive-By Truckers Sing of 'Penny Beer and Cheap Cocaine' in Dive-Bar Ode 'Welcome 2 Club XIII'

Rolling Stone 21:01 12.04

It’s the title track to DBT’s latest album, a celebration of their early years as a struggling band


Health’s Disco4 :: Part II: future-metal visionaries continue to taunt the gatekeepers on all-star sequel

Louder 21:17 10.04

Album review: Health team up with Trent Reznor, Poppy and Lamb Of God on new album Disco4 :: Part II with stellar results


Senator urges Democrats to ‘scream from the rooftops’ against Republicans

The Guardian 09:12 10.04

Brian Schatz from Hawaii, who denounced Josh Hawley on the Senate floor over Ukraine, tells own side to make more noise


‘Ambulance’ Review: Michael Bay Is Our Emergency Movie Technician

NyTimes 03:07 08.04

The action auteur’s latest opus stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as bank robbers who commandeer an unlikely getaway vehicle.


Jimmy Kimmel Trips Out Over Mushrooms Talking to Each Other

NyTimes 15:07 07.04

“Anyone speak shiitake?” Kimmel joked of new research suggesting that fungi communicate.


Alicia Keys' 'City of Gods Part II' Reimagines Her Collab With Kanye and Fivio Foreign

Rolling Stone 09:01 07.04

Rapper Slick Rick makes a cameo in the singer’s video for the re-working of Donda 2 track “City of Gods”


Jason Momoa to write and star in Hawaiian history drama series

NBC News 21:07 06.04

The new Apple series marks the first television series written by Momoa, who is of Hawaiian descent.


Michael Bay Didn’t Know Who Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Was Before Casting ‘Ambulance’: ‘What’s a Yahya?’

Rolling Stone 18:02 06.04

Yahya Abdul-Mateen II stars opposite Jake Gyllenhaal in Bay’s “Ambulance,” in theaters April 8.


New & Notable from Miir and Draper James

NBC News 21:08 05.04

Also: PlayStation announces that it’s launching three different subscription tiers for gamers — Plus Essential, Plus Extra and Plus Premium.


Viral image shows how Ukrainian mother prepares her child in case she is orphaned

The Independent 21:07 05.04

Images from Ukraine depict the horror and tragedy Russia's invasion has caused Ukrainian families and one image of a mother preparing her child in the event they are orphaned is particularly haunting. In an image shared on Twitter by Ukrainian journalist Anastasiia Lapatina, a mother wrote her child...


World War II, Ukraine and the Future of Conflict

NyTimes 03:08 05.04

Richard Overy’s prodigious “Blood and Ruins” is a sweeping history of World War II packed with lessons for the future.


Sports Agent Expands With New Clientele: YouTubing Data Scientists

Rolling Stone 09:02 04.04

When he was in eighth grade—back in those pioneering Apple II days of the ‘80s—Ian Greengross created his first and only computer game. In it, a player took on the role of a frog at the bottom of a…


SZA Says Long-Awaited Album Is Finished — and Is ‘Unisex’ — and Explains Why She Was on Crutches at Grammys

Rolling Stone 09:02 04.04

SZA revealed that her long-awaited sophomore major-label album, some six years in the making, is finally finished and on the way. “I just finished it up in Hawaii,” she said in answer to Variety’s


Watch: Rolling Stone Interviews Japanese Breakfast, Leon Bridges, Doechii From Grammys Red Carpet

Rolling Stone 06:02 04.04

Rolling Stone was live on the red carpet for the first ever Las Vegas-hosted Grammy Awards


Ian Anderson and Thick As A Brick II

Louder 18:16 03.04

"I didn't want to go back there," says Ian Anderson of revisiting Tull's 1971 masterpiece. But in 2012 that's exactly what he did!


Native Hawaiian Hula Teacher Among Five Women Who Will Appear on Quarters

NyTimes 21:06 01.04

Edith Kanaka‘ole, who died in 1979, will appear on the coin next year along with four other notable women.


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