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Rich Gannon out at CBS in NFL broadcast shakeup

Rich Gannon is out at CBS after 16 seasons as an NFL TV game analyst, The Post has learned. Gannon, the former MVP quarterback, will not have his contract renewed in the first move of NFL TV free agency. When contacted by The Post, a CBS spokeswoman confirmed the news.  CBS has not set Gannon’s...
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Jodie Foster explains why she thanked Aaron Rodgers at Globes: 'I didn't set up Shailene and Aaron'
Jodie Foster thanked Aaron Rodgers, who she's "never met" during the Golden Globes Sunday. What was that about? Foster explains.      
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Golden Globe 2021 red carpet fashion: Best looks from the nontraditional virtual show
The Hollywood Foreign Press offered professionally shot photos while others posted on their social media accounts.
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P.E. teacher navigates pandemic with charity's aid
Schools have struggled to help kids maintain an active lifestyle during the pandemic. And P.E. teachers have an extra challenge adapting their classes for remote learning (March 1)      
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Highlights from the 2021 Golden Globes
The 78th Golden Globe Awards started with technical glitches but ended with powerful speeches from Cecil B. DeMille Award winner Jane Fonda and Taylor Simone Ledward, Chadwick Boseman's widow.
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Jason Sudeikis and nominees who nailed the whole virtual Golden Globes thing
The mostly virtual Golden Globes has come to an end. But our memories of it will last...until next year.
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What to watch on Monday: ‘Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell’ on Netflix
Monday, March 1, 2021 | “The Voice” returns on NBC.
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Connecticut EMT accused of tossing Molotov cocktails at four ambulance facilities
An emergency medical worker in Connecticut was arrested after allegedly using Molotov cocktails to set fires at four ambulance facilities on Saturday, police said. Richard White, 37, was busted in Pennsylvania following his alleged spree against EMS agencies in Meriden, Old Saybrook and Roxbury, NBC Connecticut reported. Police said White set blazes at all four...
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The U.S. Wasted Billions of Dollars on Buildings and Vehicles in Afghanistan, a Report Says
Study says just $1.2 billion of $7.8 billion spent went to pay for buildings and vehicles that were used as intended
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Nerlens Noel’s dynamic play is easing Knicks’ depth issues
Who needs another center? The Knicks have Nerlens Noel. Mitchell Robinson has a broken hand. Backup center Taj Gibson was back in New York with a sprained ankle and could be out awhile. Coach Tom Thibodeau faced the Pistons on Sunday with one healthy center. And it was more than enough. The Knicks didn’t die...
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Francisco Alvarez learning what he can from watching James McCann
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — The Mets arrived at spring training with championship aspirations, but their youth is also being served early in camp. Catcher Francisco Alvarez, the organization’s No. 2 prospect per MLB.com, is among the top talents taking in his first big-league camp, using the experience to watch and learn from James McCann....
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The 2021 Golden Globes proved we no longer need the Golden Globes
Rosamund Pike reacts to winning the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy via livestream at the 2021 Golden Globes. | Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Hollywood Foreign Press Association The stranger-than-ever ceremony was also a drag. Nobody “went home” from the 2021 Golden Globes with an award, because pretty much everyone who won a trophy was already at their house. Thanks to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the always-bizarre ceremony was even weirder than usual this year. There were a handful of big winners. Netflix’s The Crown netted four awards: three for stars Emma Corwin, Gillian Anderson, and Josh O’Connor, plus the title of Best TV Series – Drama. The streaming network did well overall, raking in honors for The Trial of the Chicago 7 (Best Screenplay, Aaron Sorkin); I Care a Lot (Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, Rosamund Pike); The Life Ahead (Best Original Song); The Queen’s Gambit (Best Limited TV Series and Best Actress in a Limited Series, Anya Taylor-Joy); and Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama, Chadwick Boseman). Other wins were more spread out. Pixar’s Soul won Best Animated Film and Best Original Score. Borat Subsequent Moviefilm won Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, as well as Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for Sacha Baron Cohen’s lead performance. And Chloé Zhao won both Best Director and Best Motion Picture – Drama for Nomadland. There were also a few great moments. Taylor Simone Ledward, wife of the late Chadwick Boseman, gave a moving speech about what her husband would have said if he’d been there to accept his award for Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom: Watch Chadwick Boseman's wife, Taylor Simone Ledward, accept the late actor's #GoldenGlobes win https://t.co/gMrpbjjqwe pic.twitter.com/Wx1jjdugXU— Variety (@Variety) March 1, 2021 And Jane Fonda, who received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for her outstanding contributions to entertainment, praised many of the year’s best films and exhorted the audience regarding the stories they tell. “There’s a story we’ve been afraid to see and hear about ourselves in this industry, a story about which voices we respect and elevate and which we tune out, a story about who is offered a seat at the table and who is kept out of the rooms where decisions are made,” she said. “So let’s all of us, including all the groups that decide who gets hired and what gets made and who wins awards, let’s all of us make an effort to expand that tent so that everyone rises and everyone’s story has a chance to be seen and heard.” Yet the overwhelming feeling at the end of the Golden Globes is one of ... limpness. Certainly, without some of the glamour and in-person excitement, the show was bound to feel weird. But why did it feel like the Golden Globes spent the whole evening arguing for their own irrelevance? The best you can say about the sketch comedy bits was that they felt like they were trying really hard. The awkward cutaways to nominees chatting on video screens felt forced and strange. It was never really clear why the ceremony had to air live, when most of the acceptance speeches would have been just as effectively shared as an Instagram Story. And the weirdest part of all was that these issues weren’t really new. So are the “normal” Golden Globes still worthwhile? We say no. Here are three reasons why. Reason 1: This year’s show was awful NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images Daniel Kaluuya’s speech could not be heard for several seconds after he won the award for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture. Did the 78th Golden Globe Awards have their bright spots? Sure. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s bicoastal hosting job was plagued with weird timing mishaps, but they landed several funny jokes in spite of the technical issues. Fonda’s speech accepting the Cecil B. DeMille Award was a terrific call for better diversity in Hollywood that doubled as a humblebrag about how many awards screeners she’s managed to watch in quarantine. And getting a glimpse into stars’ homes thanks to videoconferencing software is still a lot of fun. (Nomadland’s Zhao best fit the evening’s aesthetic in a sweatshirt, her hair in long braids. She had a very “I am watching the Golden Globes for no particular reason” vibe.) But by and large, the Globes were an awful awards show that proved nobody involved in the production had bothered, say, to watch the Emmy Awards, which were held last September under very similar circumstances (a global pandemic led to hundreds of live feeds from nominees’ homes) but which managed to put on a much, much, much more entertaining telecast. If the Globes wanted to set low expectations, they started right out of the gate. The night’s opening award — Daniel Kaluuya winning Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for his work in Judas and the Black Messiah — featured a lengthy portion when Kaluuya was clearly speaking but viewers could not hear him, and producers briefly tried to shut down his speech altogether. Similar technical mishaps popped up throughout, with Fey and Poehler occasionally stepping over each other and the show trying to play off several winners with loud music that didn’t seem to have the desired effect, leading to a weirdly chaotic scene of people talking in their homes while music played over them, with neither element especially audible. The sound and lighting quality for the various nominees scattered all over the planet was ... variable, to say the least. But even beyond technical issues, these Globes were particularly bad. The choice to end every segment with video windows of the five nominees up for the next award made some degree of sense, but then they were made to chat with each other, as if to find a way to suggest that stars are just like you and don’t quite know what to say to their coworkers on Zoom. Some gamely tried to get a conversation going; others just smiled placidly while they waited for something else to happen. The 2020 Emmys were far from perfect, but they went off largely without a hitch, and the team behind that show clearly thought out how to direct traffic during a live event being carried out in multiple locations. The Golden Globes, with months of lead time, clearly didn’t put much effort into measuring up. And to be clear: These are the Emmys we’re talking about. The famously terrible Emmys. Some of that inability to find the right tone for the evening surely stems from an attempt to recreate a boozy awards show of old (more on that below). But first, we need to look at the shoe hanging over the evening’s affairs, just waiting to drop: the investigative reporting from this year that has shown the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to be a non-diverse, absurdly corrupt institution. Reason 2: The HFPA seemed constantly aware that it’s a terrible organization Todd Williamson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images HFPA Board Chair Meher Tatna, HFPA President Ali Sar, and HFPA Vice President Helen Hoehne on the red carpet. The organization that gives out the Golden Globes, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), came into this year’s ceremony unusually embattled. The group’s membership consists of about 90 people, and they’re supposed to all be journalists who write about Hollywood for non-American outlets. But a Los Angeles Times investigation published a week ahead of the event detailed a history of unethical practices and turmoil. Another LA Times story revealed that none of the HFPA’s current members are Black. In fact, the HFPA, which doesn’t publish the names of its members, admitted just ahead of the ceremony that they hadn’t had a Black member in their ranks in 20 years. As the ceremony approached, calls for the organization to become more inclusive grew louder. And those calls were echoed during the ceremony itself. HFPA Board Chair Meher Tatna, HFPA President Ali Sar, and HFPA Vice President Helen Hoehne stood onstage early in the evening and pledged, without specifics, to do better and become more inclusive. But even if the HFPA leadership hadn’t said anything onstage, the night’s hosts and presenters would have made sure they couldn’t miss the point. Fey and Poehler called out the organization immediately at the top of the telecast, with Fey referring to the HFPA as “around 90 international (no Black) journalists.” While accepting the award for Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical for Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, Sacha Baron Cohen (hyperbolically) referred to the organization as “the all-white Hollywood Foreign Press.” Sterling K. Brown, who came onstage as a presenter with his This Is Us co-star Susan Kelechi Watson, proclaimed, “It’s great to be Black — back — at the Golden Globes.” Dan Levy, accepting the award for Best TV Series – Musical or Comedy for Schitt’s Creek, said, “In the spirit of inclusion, I hope this time next year this ceremony reflects the true breadth and diversity of film and television being made today because there is so much more to be celebrated.” It remains to be seen what the Globes will do going forward. The bigger question, though, may be whether adding Black members to its ranks will be more than just a Band-Aid, an effort to distract from the organization’s big problems with kickbacks and corruption. The HFPA makes most of its money and draws most of the Golden Globes’ prestige from the fact that NBC pays the group millions of dollars for the rights to broadcast the awards show. If people stop watching, or if stars decline to participate, that revenue stream — and what remains of the show’s clout — will fall apart. At present, the HFPA’s public promise to diversify its membership seems poised to mollify anyone who might be getting restless about the Globes’ place near the top of the awards show heap. But there’s no guarantee its efforts will amount to anything more than lip service. And given the HFPA’s failure to address the allegations of corruption, you have to wonder if there’s more dissent in their future. Reason 3: Without booze, why watch this show? Handout/HFPA via Getty Images Jason Sudeikis accepts his award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy at the Golden Globes. The most prevalent reason to watch the Golden Globes has always boiled down to: The stars get drunk! Don’t like the lugubrious, stately snore that is the Oscars? Find the weird chaos of the Emmys overwhelming? Well, the Golden Globes are the awards show that doesn’t take itself seriously! Beautiful people get buzzed and make speeches! It’s fun to see! The Globes have always made idiosyncratic choices that often seem intended to get more and bigger stars to attend. Those idiosyncratic choices in and of themselves rarely have rhyme or reason to them, but if you land the right mix of tipsy stars and a host with a nice buzz going, you can get some pretty fun television out of the whole deal. The awards almost don’t matter. But that’s just it: The awards almost don’t matter. The Globes serve as a kind of informal kickoff to awards season. Even though other prizes are handed out well before the Globes are, those other prizes are not presented on television, which means that for many people with a casual interest in Hollywood acclaim, the Globes are where it all begins, the Iowa caucuses of awards season, if you will. And like the caucuses, the slightest of mishaps can easily expose the inherent weaknesses in the system underpinning them. The pandemic-addled 2021 awards revealed just how shaky the Globes are as an awards show to begin with. The comedic bits were particularly rough (outside of Poehler and Fey’s occasional one-liners), the speeches went on and on and on, and the show was too preoccupied with figuring out why it was even happening to just settle down and have a good time. One moment in the broadcast’s second half particularly stands out as an example of this. Jason Sudeikis, clearly surprised to have won the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Series for his work on Ted Lasso and clearly feeling the wee early hours in the United Kingdom (where Ted Lasso is shooting its second season), stammered through a long acceptance speech that contained numerous false starts and never quite found its footing. Don Cheadle, nominated in the same category for Showtime’s Black Monday, made a circular motion with his finger to try to get Sudeikis to wrap it up. Sudeikis gamely played along, saying that, yes, he needed to wrap things up. But where the moment might have had some comedic zip to it in person as the two actors fed off each other, it fell flat over videoconferencing software. Rather than a potential burst of comedic inspiration, it was a desperate moment of two actors trying to save what already felt like a punishingly long ceremony from slipping even further into boredom. The Golden Globes are a hidebound institution that should probably be junked in favor of something else. It’s doubtful they could do anything bad enough to actually lose their contract with NBC or their solid viewership. But if any Golden Globes ceremony was going to risk sending the awards down the tank, it was this one. The 2021 Golden Globes were simply putrid. Maybe it’s time to come up with something new.
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Jason Sudekis and nominees who nailed the whole virtual Golden Globes thing
The mostly virtual Golden Globes has come to an end. But our memories of it will last...until next year. For now, we honor those who captured the weird spirit of this year's ceremony.
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Sean Penn's hair at Golden Globes trends on social media
CORE founder Sean Penn's appearance at the 78th Golden Globe Awards sparked jokes from viewers.
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2021 Golden Globes: "Nomadland" and "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm" take top honors
"Nomadland" and "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm" took the top film honors at Sunday's Golden Globe Awards hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, capping a night that featured homebound winners accepting their awards. CBS Los Angeles has the details.
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Muted Golden Globes response to diversity woes appears unlikely to quell firestorm
A brief onstage pledge to change by three HFPA members during Sunday's Golden Globes did not impress critics of the organization, including Time's Up.
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Golden Globes 2021 fashion: 'Hybrid' ceremony combines red carpet with bold at-home looks
Though a handful of celebrities attended the red carpet in person, many of the night's most talked-about looks were beamed in virtually or posted to social media prior to the ceremony.
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Golden Globes fashion: 'Hybrid' ceremony combines red carpet with bold at-home looks
The Golden Globes offered a taste of what awards style may look like in 2021, with this year's "hybrid" ceremony combining traditional red carpet moments with colorful at-home fashion.
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Trump unleashes new threat to American democracy
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Big Sky issues an apology for referee that called a 'missed' Eastern Washington field goal
In the fourth quarter of a tied game, a Big Sky official called an Eastern Washington field goal that appeared to go through the uprights no good.       
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Massive iceberg-- larger than New York City-- breaks off in Antarctica
A massive iceberg, larger than New York City, recently broke off from an ice shelf in Antarctica, according to researchers on Friday. 
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Julius Randle-RJ Barrett is electric duo Knicks have longed for
It wasn’t supposed to be like this for the Knicks, who haven’t had a legit 1-2 punch, a Butch and Sundance, in too many years to remember. For a few years there was hope that Amar’e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony might become that — never happened. As good as the ’90s-era Knicks were Patrick Ewing...
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Sacha Baron Cohen salutes 'comedy genius' Rudy Giuliani in Globes speech
"Borat 2" won two Golden Globe awards on Sunday — and, according to Sacha Baron Cohen, it's all thanks to a very special co-star: Rudy Giuliani.       
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Trump says he was not watching live TV coverage of Capital Hill riot
Former President Donald Trump on Sunday night denied that he was watching live television coverage of the deadly Capitol Hill riot. Trump was responding to a Washington Post story that claimed he was “watching it all unfold” on Jan. 6 in the White House as chaos erupted at the Capitol. “That’s incorrect reporting,” Trump told...
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Chadwick Boseman’s Wife Taylor Simone Ledward Gives an Emotional Speech Accepting a Golden Globe on His Behalf
The late actor won the Golden Globe for Best Actor for his performance in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.
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Burma descends into chaos after military coup, at least 18 protesters killed
Military forces in Burma killed 18 protesters on Sunday in what outside observers called the bloodiest day since the Feb. 1 coup as protests continue to break out across the country of 54 million.
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Gleyber Torres shows encouraging sign in Yankees’ injury-free spring opener
TAMPA — Just two batters into the exhibition season, Toronto’s Marcus Semien hit a ball to shallow right field. Aaron Judge raced in and briefly looked like he was going to attempt a diving catch and most of the 2,637 fans at George M. Steinbrenner Field likely cringed at the thought of the right fielder...
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‘Nomadland’ won the Golden Globe, but it’s not an Oscar sure thing
Now we know for sure who’s gonna win the Oscar for best picture, right? The mist of obscurity has finally lifted, right? Place yer bets, right? Sorry, guys, it’s not that clear-cut.
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Golden Globes viewers deserved more accountability from the HFPA after membership scandal
No one expected the Golden Globe Awards to be a beacon for diversity and inclusion. But no one expected it to try and skirt by its controversy either.      
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'The Crown' star Emma Corrin 'grateful' for Prince Harry's reaction to the Netflix series
"The Crown" star Emma Corrin, who plays Princess Diana, talked backstage at the Golden Globes about Prince Harry's reaction to the BBC show.      
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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Says 'Trump Will Be President Long Before 2024' at CPAC
"I have all the evidence of the machines," Lindell said. "We're getting more everyday. It's going to the Supreme Court."
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Gal Gadot goes Old Hollywood glam at the 2021 Golden Globes
The "Wonder Woman 1984" star's loose-fitting dress sparked pregnancy speculation.
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Biden Warns Amazon to Keep Hands Off Union Drive, Draws Cheers From Workers
Employees at an Amazon facility in Bessemer, Alabama, have begun mail-in voting to join a union, and it's the largest such attempt in three decades of Amazon's existence.
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Would 'Absolutely Not' Advise His Mom Ethel to Get COVID-19 Vaccine
Skeptical of the safety and efficacy of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines, Kennedy would give his 92-year-old mother advice that runs counter to what the CDC recommends.
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on Vaccines, COVID and Dr. Fauci: 'I Read the Science'
The late senator's son discussed his skepticism about the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines, called Dr. Fauci "an abject failure," and shared the vaccine advice he'd give his mother. NewsGuard annotated and fact-checked his comments.
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Council Speaker Corey Johnson running for city comptroller
Council Speaker Corey Johnson is throwing his hat in the ring to run for city comptroller, The Post has learned. Johnson declined to run for mayor last fall after saying he was struggling with depression amid the coronavirus pandemic. But he has printed up petitions to gather voter signatures to qualify for ballot status to...
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Golden Globes 2021: Netflix leads studios in a stuck-at-home year with 10 wins
Netflix led the studios and networks in wins at the 78th Golden Globe Awards, a fitting coda to a year when streaming dominated the entertainment industry conversation, as much of the audience was stuck at home.
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Local pharmacies say they need more COVID vaccines as CVS, Walgreens ramp up shots
Community pharmacies say they can play a critical role in delivering COVID-19 shots but aren't receiving as many vaccines proportionally as chains.      
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This Day in History: March 1
President George Washington signs a measure authorizing the first U.S. Census. The Lindbergh baby is kidnapped; the Peace Corps. is established.
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Miss Manners: Correspondent lost in a sea of honorifics
How to address a letter to the first couple.
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Ask Amy: Handsy hubby should revise technique
Wife and mother of three feels like a piece of meat with husband’s approach to sex.
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Hints From Heloise: Parents try to engineer their kids’ hobbies and careers
These kids love their parents but want the freedom to follow their own path.
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Carolyn Hax: Taking a hint and running wild with it
A reader thinks a relative is angry because an offer of financial assistance wasn’t made.
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'Nomadland' And Chadwick Boseman Win Big During A Mostly Snoozy Golden Globes
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association hamfistedly attempted to address its lack of Black members, and technical difficulties made things awkward.
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Time's Up slams response to Golden Globes diversity crisis in new letters to NBC, HFPA
Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. leaders spent 43 seconds of their three-hour Golden Globes telecast speaking to the need to diversify the group's membership.
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Tony Tarasco already having coaching impact on key Mets outfielders
Tony Tarasco played only one season for the Mets, but holds a special bond with Shea Stadium. A Washington Heights native who is best remembered for the ball he couldn’t catch because 12-year-old Jeffrey Maier had better elevation, Tarasco — the Mets’ new outfield/baserunning coach — returned from a two-year stint in Japan to play...
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HFPA addresses controversy at Golden Globes: 'We look forward to a more inclusive future'
The Hollywood Foreign Press on Sunday addressed controversy stemming from its lack of Black members in the organization during the Golden Globes.
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HFPA addresses controversy at Golden Globes: 'We look forward to a more inclusive future'
The Hollywood Foreign Press on Sunday addressed controversy stemming from its lack of Black members in the organization during the Golden Globes.
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Accuses Dr. Fauci, Without Evidence, of Profiting from COVID Vaccines
Vaccine critic Kennedy's accusations were debunked by NewsGuard, and Dr. Fauci called the allegation "absolutely, unequivocally and completely incorrect."
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