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London Gay Bar Receives Hateful Postcard Espousing Homophobia and Racism

London Gay Bar Receives Hateful Postcard Espousing Homophobia and Racism

NEWS | By Sam Cronin | Nov 13
The Admiral Duncan, a gay bar in Soho, London, received a postcard seemingly from the Phillippines, claiming "Old Compton Street was much better before you lot turned it into a gay street."

Inside Art Basel: How the Richard Gray Gallery Partnered with David Hockney

Inside Art Basel: How the Richard Gray Gallery Partnered with David Hockney

ENTERTAINMENT | Nov 13
In 1983, David Hockney joined Chicago's Richard Gray Gallery to exhibit a new project — photo collages. It was the start of a most productive relationship.

What to Expect at Art Basel's 2019 Conversations

What to Expect at Art Basel's 2019 Conversations

ENTERTAINMENT | Nov 13
As part of the 2019 Conversations program for Art Basel Miami Beach (ABMB), expect something personal and positive from the participants on the topics they are discussing.

Maya Angelou, RuPaul Among California Hall of Fame Class

Maya Angelou, RuPaul Among California Hall of Fame Class

NEWS | Nov 13
Author Maya Angelou and performer RuPaul are among the inductees for the next class of California Hall of Fame.

Bishop Who Investigated Sex Abuse Accused of Sex Abuse

Bishop Who Investigated Sex Abuse Accused of Sex Abuse

NEWS | By Michael Rezendes | Nov 13
A Roman Catholic bishop named by Pope Francis to investigate the church's response to clergy sexual abuse in Buffalo, New York, has himself been accused of sexual abuse of a child.

Disney Plus Hits 10M Subscribers in 1 Day

Disney Plus Hits 10M Subscribers in 1 Day

ENTERTAINMENT | Nov 13
Disney Plus says it hit more than 10 million sign-ups on its first day of launch, far exceeding expectations.

Gold Dust Orphans Bring 'Uranus' to South Boston for the Holidays

Gold Dust Orphans Bring 'Uranus' to South Boston for the Holidays

ENTERTAINMENT | Nov 13
The Gold Dust Orphans are back with their annual Christmas Show, running December 5 through 22. This year's offering, "Christmas in Uranus," will be performed in a new performing space for the troupe in South Boston.

People Magazine's Readers Pick 'Queer Eye' Star Antoni Porowski as Sexiest Reality Star of 2019

People Magazine's Readers Pick 'Queer Eye' Star Antoni Porowski as Sexiest Reality Star of 2019

ENTERTAINMENT | Nov 13
Singer John Legend was named as People magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive" this week but the publication's readers picked "Queer Eye" hunk Antoni Porowski as the "Sexiest Reality Star" of the year.

Separating Fact from Fiction in Trump's Impeachment Hearings

Separating Fact from Fiction in Trump's Impeachment Hearings

BUSINESS | By Hope Yen and Calvin Woodward | Nov 13
A collection of witnesses that includes Still Trumpers, Once Trumpers, and the apolitical civil service has put together a largely cohesive account of a president exerting pressure on a foreign power for political benefit at home.

Is a 'Friends' Special Really Happening?

Is a 'Friends' Special Really Happening?

ENTERTAINMENT | Nov 13
Reports surfaced Tuesday that a "Friends" reunion special of sorts is in the works at the upcoming streaming service HBO Max.


News

Warren's Math Adds Up: Says Out-Of-Pocket Health Spending Will Total $11 Trillion In The Next Decade

Warren's Math Adds Up: Says Out-Of-Pocket Health Spending Will Total $11 Trillion In The Next Decade

INSURANCE | By Shefali Luthra | Nov 13
If true, it would be a figure both staggering and significant to the unfolding debate, as Americans try to understand how Warren's brand of a single-payer health system could affect their pocketbooks.


Entertainment

 Review :: Optimism with a Call to Action: 'David Byrne's American Utopia

Review :: Optimism with a Call to Action: 'David Byrne's American Utopia

THEATRE | By Matthew Wexler | Nov 13
David Byrne brings his album "American Utopia" to life in a dynamic, theatrical setting with an unencumbered band taking the stage.


Technology

Afghan Capital's Air Pollution May Be Even Deadlier Than War

Afghan Capital's Air Pollution May Be Even Deadlier Than War

SCIENCE | By Rahim Faiez | Nov 13
Yousuf fled with his family from his home in eastern Afghanistan eight years ago to escape the war, but he couldn't escape tragedy. In the capital, Kabul, five of his children died, not from violence or bombings, but from air pollution.


Finance

A Quarter of Americans Have Gone Into Debt Because of the Holiday Season

A Quarter of Americans Have Gone Into Debt Because of the Holiday Season

HOME | Nov 13
Between purchasing the perfect gift, buying food to feed the whole family and traveling to see loved ones, over a quarter of Americans have gone into debt due to holiday spending, according to new research.


Cars

Scandal-Hit Nissan's Profits Crash Amid Lower Global Sales

Scandal-Hit Nissan's Profits Crash Amid Lower Global Sales

AUTO NEWS | By Yuri Kageyama | Nov 13
Japanese automaker Nissan reported Tuesday that its July-September profit tumbled to half of what it earned the year before as sales and brand power crumbled following the arrest of its former chairman, Carlos Ghosn.


Style

From Kitchen Tools to Books: Gifts for Young Chefs

From Kitchen Tools to Books: Gifts for Young Chefs

FOOD/DRINK | By Katie Workman | Nov 13
Do you have a kid in your life who loves a good baking session? Who really wants to use your chef's knife? Who is addicted to the TV show MasterChef Junior, and who uses words like "umami" in regular conversation?


Health/Fitness

Marie Osmond Re-Injures Knee Ahead of Big Las Vegas Finale

Marie Osmond Re-Injures Knee Ahead of Big Las Vegas Finale

CELEBRITIES | Nov 13
Marie Osmond says she's ready to perform the final week of an 11-year run with her brother, Donny, at the Flamingo Las Vegas, after telling the audience on her television talk show that she chipped her knee late last week.


Travel

State Department Warns Against Travel to Bolivia

State Department Warns Against Travel to Bolivia

Nov 13
The U.S. State Department is warning American citizens against traveling to Bolivia because of the unrest that has gripped the Andean nation since a disputed presidential election last month.


Nightlife

Watch: Police Investigate Assault on 3 Men Outside Boston's Iconic Gay Bar Jacque's Cabaret

Watch: Police Investigate Assault on 3 Men Outside Boston's Iconic Gay Bar Jacque's Cabaret

CRIME | Nov 5
Boston police are investigating an alleged assault on three men which took place early Saturday morning outside Jacque's Cabaret, Boston's oldest gay bar.