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  • Surprise! Tony Awards Get Political

    In between fantastic musical numbers and love of all things Broadway, this year’s 73rd annual Tony’s was filled with feminism and gay pride – shocker. Sunday night’s broadcast on CBS started with Tina Fey and Jake Gyllenhaal announcing the winner for Featured Actress in a Play and Fey joked, “Although in 2019 I don’t know why an acting contest needs to be separated by gender.” But if only men were to be nominated and win, no doubt she’d call it sexist.

    NewsBusters
  • Should California Get Rid of Single-Family Zoning?

    Thursday: Cities around the country are grappling with that question. Here, it’s urgent. Also: PG&E’s wildfire liability and Latinx artists.

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  • Mom gets probation for putting baby in freezer

    A young Tennessee mother, 19, has received two years’ probation for putting her 8-month-old baby in a freezer while allegedly under the influence, then closing the lid, according to a report. FOX 35 ORLANDO reported that Brittany Smith was facing felony charges of aggravated child abuse and neglect. She pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of

    New York Post
  • Tasmanian Devils get early Christmas in Australia

    Snow may have caused travel issues in Australia, but these Tasmanian Devils had an early Christmas.

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  • Seinfeld has surprises in new 'Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee'

    Jerry Seinfeld is picking up some major stars -- including Eddie Murphy -- in the new season of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee." Murphy, who hasn't done standup in years, is listed on Seinfeld's Instagram announcement, along with Seth Rogen, Ricky Gervais, Matthew Broderick, Jamie Foxx, Sebastian Maniscalco, Martin Short, Mario Joyner, Melissa Villaseñor, Bridget Everett and Barry Marder. "I love the coffee. ⁣I love the cars. ⁣I love the comedians. ⁣And yes, doing the show with Eddie was...

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  • Microsoft PowerPoint gets an AI presentation coach – TechCrunch

    Love it or hate it, Microsoft’s PowerPoint is a ubiquitous tool in the corporate world. Over the course of the last few years, Microsoft started to bring some of its AI smarts to PowerPoint to help you design good-looking slides. Today, it’s launching a number of updates and new features that make this even easier. [

    TechCrunch
  • Here’s every single new emoji we're getting in 2019

    More than 50 new emoji will be made standard in 2019, based on a list from the Unicode Consortium. Many of the new emoji are tied together by the theme of inclusivity, introducing symbols for deaf people, blind people, and people in wheelchairs. While Unicode made the new emoji official in March, it may be a while before they show up on your favorite device. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. More than 50 new emoji will become standard in 2019, based on the final list approved...

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