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Source: Fox News

Americans abandoning New York, New Jersey, other high-tax states

Thursday 22:46 GMT

Below $50,000 – and those with incomes between $75,000 and $150,000 moved out of the Empire State at a high rate, as did those with incomes of more than $150,000.

According to United Van Lines’ Movers Study, more Americans left a number of high-tax states, like New York and Connecticut, than moved there last year. California – which used to be a destination for wealthier New Yorkers – is now losing residents to states like Florida, Nevada and Texas, Dolly Lenz CEO Dolly Lenz said, as the state considers implementing an estate tax.

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Source: DW

Rammstein's second single 'Radio' debuts on a Berlin wall

Thursday 21:50 GMT

Following Rammstein's incendiary "Deutschland" video, the band is back with another single — and more ingenious promotion — as the song "Radio" is screened for the first time on a Berlin building. Last month, when Germany's most successful band of all time dropped a video teaser for "Deutschland," its first song in a decade, it generated international controversy within hours for its now infamous concentration camp scene.

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Source: Global News

Bruce Springsteen announces new solo album, ‘Western Stars’

Thursday 21:50 GMT

After teasing fans with a series of cryptic images throughout the week, Bruce Springsteen announced a brand new studio album on Thursday morning — his first in more than five years.

Bruce Springsteen releases moving trailer for one-man show ‘Springsteen On Broadway’. Although Springsteen has no upcoming tour dates, he is expected to announce a string of shows to coincide with the release of Western Stars.

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Source: The Guradian

'Punk never dies': celebrating the revolutionary art of an era

Thursday 23:39 GMT

Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die: Punk Graphics, 1976–1986 is a two-floor retrospective featuring over 500 posters, zines and vinyl covers from the New York and British punk scenes.

“One of the inaccuracies around punk is that it’s a reaction to Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan, but punk starts before those regimes take power in the mid-1970s,” said the curator, Andrew Blauvelt. From photocopied posters to magazine cut-out covers for the Sex Pistols, it traces the roots of political resistance and the ethos of punk from a micro scene to global phenomenon.

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Source: BBC

One Day Young in Malawi

Thursday 23:40 GMT

British photographer Jenny Lewis has visited a remote district in Malawi to document mothers and their newborn babies on their first day back home, on behalf of international charity WaterAid.

"My dream is that Jonathan will grow up to be a doctor, that way he can assist the community," says Jonathan's father.

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Source: Global News

Hole bassist Melissa Auf der Maur teases potential band reunion

Thursday 17:16 GMT

One of the most iconic alt-rock bands of the 1990s, Hole, may be getting back together for a reunion in the near future if what longtime bassist Melissa Auf der Maur has to say is true.

During an interview this month with German magazine Visions — which was roughly translated by NME — Auf der Maur, 37, teased that a Hole reunion may actually be in the works. She revealed that she had recently met up with Love, 54, drummer Patty Schemel and longtime guitarist Eric Erlandson — all on separate occasions — to toy with the idea.

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Source: Fox News

Hiker discovers cute 'abandoned puppy,' gets big surprise

Tuesday 13:34 GMT

The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that the man was walking his dog when he spotted what he thought was an abandoned puppy.

To their surprise, the little creature was actually a coyote pup!” explained the San Diego Humane Society, in a Facebook post. “The officers took the adorable pup to Project Wildlife for care before being transferred to The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center.”

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Jana Kramer clarifies, apologizes for comments she made about not hiring 'hot' nannies

Wednesday 10:50 GMT

Country singer Jana Kramer is walking back some comments she made about hiring “hot” nannies after getting some serious backlash online. The star, whose husband Michael Caussin has a history of cheating and struggles with sex addiction, previously went off on a rant during an episode of her “Whine Down with Jana Kramer” podcast.

JANA KRAMER'S HUSBAND MIKE CAUSSIN SUFFERED 'MASSIVE' SEX ADDICTION RELAPSE, COUPLE REVEALS. However, in a recent Instagram post, the star tried to clarify parts of her remarks that she feels were taken out of context.

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Source: Fox News

Kristin Cavallari says she doesn't feel the 'support' from Jay Cutler: ‘We gotta get back on the same page’

Wednesday 20:01 GMT

"I just didn't feel like that was very fair," the reality star admits before going on to explain that she doesn't feel like Cutler, 35, supports her. "I feel like if you were really supportive and really encouraging of everything I have going on, I would want to make time for you," she admitted.

"Listen, the other day, you know how we had the conversation about how I haven't really been able to make time for you?" Cavallari, 32, asks her husband of nearly six years. "So I left that conversation and I was thinking about it and I was kind of like, 'Hang on a second.

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Source: The Guradian

Jordan, the face of punk: 'The things I wore made people apoplectic'

Wednesday 12:40 GMT

Born Pamela Rooke in Seaford, a coastal town in East Sussex, Jordan wore jaw-dropping outfits and savage makeup, all of which made her the first face of punk.

There’s a photograph of Jordan Mooney, standing outside the clothes shop Sex, that perfectly encapsulates her extraordinary impact. Sex was Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood’s London boutique, which sold their designs along with fetishwear.

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Source: BBC

Coachella 2019: Built for the streaming generation

Wednesday 23:39 GMT

For those participating in a #couchella at home, the action could be caught on a streaming service provided by YouTube, who have had a strong presence onsite since their partnership with Coachella began in 2011.

A handpicked selection of stories from BBC Music, Culture, Capital, Future and Travel, delivered to your inbox every Friday.

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Source: DW

SpaceX Dragon crew capsule setback with fire at Cape Canaveral

Tuesday 18:10 GMT

NASA confirmed that next Tuesday's launch of a SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule from Cape Canaveral to the space station would go ahead.

The Dragon crew capsule which went to the International Space Station (ISS) and back last month was enveloped in smoke and flames on an engine test stand as abort thrusters were being tested on Saturday, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) said on Monday.


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