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Alicia Keys, Swizz Beats, Meek Mill Celebrate Album Release with Skating Party

TMZ.com Saturday, 13 August 2022
Alicia Keys, Swizz Beats and Meek Mill were high rollers Friday night in NYC's Rockefeller Center ... and it looked like a blast! The "Girl On Fire" singer threw an awesome party for close friends and family, celebrating the release of KEYS II ...…
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Happy Birthday, John Mayer! (Sunday, October 16th) [Video]

Happy Birthday, John Mayer! (Sunday, October 16th)

Happy Birthday, John Mayer!. John Clayton Mayer turns 45 years old today. Here are five things you may not have known about the singer. 1. Mayer was inspired to play guitar after watching Michael J. Fox’s guitar solo in ‘Back to the Future.’. 2. He once broke his Grammy award for Song of the Year in half to split with Alicia Keys. 3. Mayer has a watch collection worth millions of dollars. 4. After he was diagnosed with cardiac dysrhythmia and spent time in the hospital, he began writing songs. 5. He has an “SRV” tattoo in honor of late guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan. Happy Birthday, John Mayer!

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Big Daddy Kane Says 'New Jack City' Play Will Host Mario Van Peebles

Big Daddy Kane is starring in a theater production of 'New Jack City' -- which he says is touring now ... and which is going to be hosting the director of the..
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New York seeks 'somewhat bloodthirsty' rat czar - with salary up to £138k

New York City is advertising for a "somewhat bloodthirsty" person not opposed to "wholesale slaughter" to be its new rat czar.
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New York Is Ranked Most Expensive City in the World for the First Time [Video]

New York Is Ranked Most Expensive City in the World for the First Time

New York Is Ranked, Most Expensive City in the World, for the First Time. 'The Independent' reports that New York City has joined Singapore as the most expensive cities in the world. 'The Independent' reports that New York City has joined Singapore as the most expensive cities in the world. According to the Worldwide Cost of Living Index, , the average cost of living in NYC, rose 8.1% in 2022. . The 2022 index was released by , the Economist Intelligence Unit , (EIU) on December 1. . It marks the first time that NYC has topped the list. . Tel Aviv, the most expensive city in 2021, fell to number three on the index, with Los Angeles and Hong Kong rounding out the list's top five. Tel Aviv, the most expensive city in 2021, fell to number three on the index, with Los Angeles and Hong Kong rounding out the list's top five. Tel Aviv, the most expensive city in 2021, fell to number three on the index, with Los Angeles and Hong Kong rounding out the list's top five. The index reportedly takes into account over 200 goods and services across 172 major cities around the world. 'The Independent' reports that rising prices are the result of a combination of factors, including the war in Ukraine and pandemic-related restrictions driving record inflation. 'The Independent' reports that rising prices are the result of a combination of factors, including the war in Ukraine and pandemic-related restrictions driving record inflation. According to the London-based 'Economist' index, 2021 saw year-over-year prices for goods and services rise by an average of 3.5%, the highest rate in five years. In 2022, , that average jumped , to 8.1%. We can clearly see the impact in this year’s index, with the average price rise across the 172 cities in our survey being the strongest we’ve seen in the 20 years for which we have digital data, Upasana Dutt, Head of worldwide cost of living at EIU, via 'The Independent'

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Protests roar around the world against China's authorities [Video]

Protests roar around the world against China's authorities

New York City, Hong Kong and Istanbul saw protesters walk the street to denounce China's repressive policies

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NYC Mayor Gives Order to Involuntarily Hospitalize Mentally Ill People [Video]

NYC Mayor Gives Order to Involuntarily Hospitalize Mentally Ill People

NYC Mayor Gives Order , to Involuntarily Hospitalize , Mentally Ill People. On November 29, New York City Mayor Eric Adams directed police and emergency medical workers to hospitalize people who appear to be mentally ill. . On November 29, New York City Mayor Eric Adams directed police and emergency medical workers to hospitalize people who appear to be mentally ill. . 'The New York Times' reports that the order comes as part of a major effort to clean up the city's streets and subway system. . According to Adams, the mayor felt "a moral obligation" to address the "crisis we see all around us.". The order involves people being hospitalized involuntarily, even if they are not posing an immediate risk to themselves or others. The common misunderstanding persists that we cannot provide involuntary assistance unless the person is violent, Eric Adams, New York City Mayor, via 'The New York Times'. This myth must be put to rest. Going forward, we will make every effort to assist those who are suffering from mental illness and whose illness is endangering them by preventing them from meeting their basic human needs, Eric Adams, New York City Mayor, via 'The New York Times'. This myth must be put to rest. Going forward, we will make every effort to assist those who are suffering from mental illness and whose illness is endangering them by preventing them from meeting their basic human needs, Eric Adams, New York City Mayor, via 'The New York Times'. Adams said that police, emergency staff and other medical personnel would receive training to , "ensure compassionate care.". 'The New York Times' reports that homeless people suffering from severe mental illness will often be brought to hospitals only to be discharged a few days later. Under the new directive, hospitals would keep those patients until they are stable and have a workable plan in place to receive ongoing care. In response to hospitals citing a shortage of psychiatric beds, Adams noted Governor Kathy Hochul's agreement to add 50 new psychiatric beds. . In response to hospitals citing a shortage of psychiatric beds, Adams noted Governor Kathy Hochul's agreement to add 50 new psychiatric beds.

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