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    Entertainment Leaders Set to Celebrate Special Olympics 50th Anniversary

    Entertainment-industry leaders and top talent are joining forces to promote the Special Olympics’ upcoming 50th anniversary. Participating in a year-long variety of events celebrating the anniversary will be Special Olympics’ Global Ambassadors’ John C. McGinley, Brooklyn Decker, Apollo Anton Ohno, Nancy O’Dell and Vanessa Williams. Other industry leaders and top talent include Ellen Degeneres, Earvin [...]

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    Netflix Stock Closes at All-Time High, Nudging Market Cap Ahead of Disney's Again

    Netflix has regained the title as world’s most valuable media stock, at least for now, after the streamer’s shares closed at a new record high to push its market capitalization just slightly ahead of Disney’s. Netflix’s stock closed Friday at $351.29 per share, up 0.6%, to give it a market cap of $152.7 billion. Disney [...]

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    Mario Batali's Three Las Vegas Restaurants to Close Following Harassment Allegations

    In the wake of sexual harassment allegations against Mario Batali, three of the celebrity chef’s restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip will close their doors this summer. According to the Associated Press, Batali & Bastianich Hospitality Group partner Joe Bastianich announced the closures of Carnevino Italian Steakhouse, B&B Ristorante, and Otto Enoteca e Pizzeria at The [...]

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    Hollywood's Magic Castles Head to China

    Hollywood’s magic-themed entertainment venue The Magic Castle is to set up shop in China through a deal with local tech and entertainment firm Novaex Group. It is the first time that Magic Castles Inc. has licensed its property outside North America. Novaex has obtained an exclusive license to use the The Magic Castle IP in [...]

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    Is Spotify Walking Back Its Anti-Hate Policy?

    Spotify will begin walking back its controversial decision to ban certain artists from playlists based on their “hateful conduct” and will “eventually restore songs” by rapper XXXTentacion, according to a report on Bloomberg. While one source close to the situation tells Variety that “nothing has been decided” on the matter, several other sources confirm the [...]

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