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- An artist purchased a loft in SoHo for $15,000 in 1972, but when she needed the money for retirement, sold it for $2.4 million and moved to Queens.
- Van Morrison is apparently against saving lives through coronavirus protocols and has a new song claiming scientists are "making up crooked facts" to "enslave" the population. Nobody likes new songs, Van, stick to the classics.
- Cruise ship fans are traveling to stare at cruise ships idling out on the water. Wow.
- BuzzFeed staffers received an email "alleging harassment by one of their co-workers. Less than a day later, the email was gone from all company inboxes, leaving staff confused and disturbed."
- A $94 million winning lottery ticket was sold at a liquor store outside of Albany.
- The Trump admininstration is banning downloads of TikTok and WeChat.
- Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston, Morgan Freeman, Matthew McConaughey, Julia Roberts, John Legend and more performed a charity reading of Fast Times At Ridgemont High. Here's a clip.
- Happy 29th anniversary to both Use Your Illusion I and II albums from Guns n' Roses.
- Just keep moving forward, never look back:
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