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Alexei Navalny, Russia’s leading opposition figure against President Vladimir Putin, has died at 47 in a remote Russian prison, as reported by the Federal Penitentiary Service. Navalny, who faced charges deemed by supporters as retaliation for his activism, had been a vocal critic of Putin, spotlighting corruption and advocating for political reform. His death has […]

After winning $2.3 million from a Super Bowl bet, Drake plans to give the prize money to a fan at his concert. The rapper had placed a $1.5 million bet on the Kansas City Chiefs to win against the San Francisco 49ers, a wager he made through Stake, where he is a stakeholder. Following the […]

Lou Gramm, the original lead singer of the rock band Foreigner, is experiencing a notable year with a series of significant events. Born Louis Grammatico in Gates, N.Y., at 73, Gramm is preparing for a concert in Rochester on March 9, described as a “career retrospective,” and is finalizing an album set for release later […]

The highlight of New York Fashion Week (NYFW) was Beyoncé’s unexpected appearance at the Luar show in Brooklyn, alongside her mother, Tina Knowles, and sister Solange, to support her nephew Julez Smith Jr.’s runway debut. The fashion spectacle saw a range of celebrities from various fields, including Uma Thurman, Matt Damon, and Queen Latifah, showcasing […]

The Freedom Plaza proposal in New York City introduces a groundbreaking architectural concept featuring two skyscrapers connected by a cantilevered “skybridge,” complete with a rooftop infinity pool. Designed by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), this megaproject located just south of the United Nations headquarters will encompass four high-rises, including two hotels within the 615-foot-tall towers, residential […]

A popular coffee shop in Rochester, N.Y., Spot Coffee, was temporarily shut down last week due to health violations. A New York State inspection report highlighted 14 violations at the establishment, including one critical issue. The violations encompassed the presence of insects and rodents, the discovery of spoiled and unapproved foods, and inadequacies in kitchen […]

Eve, the renowned rapper known for hits like “Got What You Need,” is set to release her memoir, “Who’s That Girl?” on September 17, as announced by PEOPLE. The memoir will chronicle Eve’s journey from her early days in Philadelphia to becoming a legendary figure in hip-hop. Eve aims to offer readers an intimate look […]

Rep. Shontel Brown, D-Ohio, has relaunched the “Congressional Rock and Roll Caucus,” initially founded in 2012 by former Rep. Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio. The caucus aims to celebrate the positive influence of music, emphasizing the role of cultural organizations like the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland in fostering community unity, supporting arts and […]

The Downtown Canandaigua Fire & Ice Festival, now in its eighth year, is set to bring a blend of warmth and chill to New York with a weekend full of activities slated for February 17 and 18. Recognized by Forbes.com as a must-visit winter event, the festival offers an array of attractions that cater to […]

A small plane, carrying two passengers, made a safe landing at Buffalo Niagara International Airport after experiencing an unusual incident where its rear door detached mid-flight, according to the Associated Press. The event occurred on Monday around 5:30 p.m. as the aircraft was flying over Cheektowaga, a suburb a few miles south of the airport. […]


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