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Foodie Face-Off: L.A.-Bound NYC Chefs Dish on Diners in Both Cities

7:30 AM PDT 4/19/2017 by Beth Landman Who tips more, New Yorkers or Angelenos? Who drinks more? The talents behind Spotted Pig, Jean-Georges and others opening new Hollywood hotspots hold a kitchen-confidential summit. East Coasters once were arrogant about the superiority of their restaurants. But as produce began to dominate …

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Fox News Confirms That Bill O'Reilly Won't Return to Air

11:30 AM PDT 4/19/2017 by Marisa Guthrie The anchor has hosted the No. 1 show in cable news for 15 consecutive years. Weeks after revelations surfaced that Bill O’Reilly settled several sexual harassment claims – leading to an advertiser exodus from his Fox News program – the embattled host is …

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McDonald’s Employee Could Receive $50K for Alerting Police of “Facebook Killer” Steve Stephens’ Whereabouts

If you see something, say something. McDonald’s employees in Erie, Pennsylvania followed this motto and subsequently ended the nationwide manhunt for the “Facebook Killer,” Steve Stephens. After killing 74-year-old Robert Godwin Sr. on Easter Sunday (Apr. 16) in Cleveland and uploading video footage of the murder on Facebook, police found “Stevie …

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Watch Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Season 6 Episode 7

“Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” Season 6 Episode 7 aired on VH1 Monday night (Apr. 17). Tommie’s new business venture has people wondering if she’s making good decisions. Later, Joseline and Stevie face off in court, Dime reveals she and Joseline have reconciled, Waka plots to …

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Watch “Basketball Wives” Season 6 Episode 1

After a long hiatus, “Basketball Wives” has returned, merging the L.A. and Miami casts into one show. Season 6 premiered Monday night (Apr. 17) on VH1. In Season 6 Episode 1, Evelyn moves to L.A. and reunites with her best friend, Shaunie, and her old nemesis, …

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23 Must-See Movies at Tribeca Film Festival

‘LA 92,’ ‘Hell on Earth: The Fall of Syria and the Rise of ISIS’ and ‘Whitney. Can I Be Me’ Courtesy of Tribeca Film Festival The Tribeca Film Festival, wichs  off Wednesday with the premiere of Chris Perkel’s documentary Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives, features a handful of …

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