In this episode we look at the ground-breaking research on black holes that led to Roger Penrose,  Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez winning the 2020 Nobel Prize for Physics. On hand are experts Laura Nuttall of the University of Portsmouth and the LIGO–Virgo–KAGRA collaboration, who studies gravitational waves from merging black holes and Harvard University’s
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Thanks, but no thanks, San Francisco Mayor London Breed. While San Francisco County gave the go-ahead for movie theaters to reopen today, members of the National Association of Theatre Owners of California/Nevada have agreed unanimously to remain closed in the City by the Bay. Why? San Francisco’s current ban on movie concessions “makes it economically impossible
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Memphis rapper BlocBoy JB has announced his major label debut. It’s called FatBoy, and it arrives Friday (October 9) via Universal. The 17-track LP features Yo Gotti, G Herbo, Tay Keith, Trippie Redd, and NLE Choppa. It features BlocBoy’s previously-released single “Swervin.” Check out FatBoy’s tracklist and album art below. In 2018, BlocBoy released his
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Atlanta’s Pinewood Studios has now changed its name to Trilith Studios. The popular studio opened up in 2014, where Ant-Man was its first-ever production. Now, the studio aims to accommodate the entertainment industry in new and revolutionizing ways that stretch way beyond making a movie on a studio lot. The 935-acre master development is looking
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Finally, Patrick Dempsey has made a triumphant return to series TV in this stylish thriller. Those accustomed to Grey’s Anatomy’s McDreamy were in for a shock at Dempsey’s very different role on Devils Season 1 Episode 1. Dempsey’s character, Dominic Morgan, the CEO at investment bank NYL, circa 2011, could most kindly be described as cunning.
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Boyhood In the Plague Jonathan Escoffery Share article Electric Lit relies on contributions from our readers to help make literature more exciting, relevant, and inclusive. Please support our work by becoming a member today, or making a one-time donation here. . “Pestilence” by Jonathan Escoffery That first and only plot of American soil my parents
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New York City will shutter nonessential businesses again in new COVID clusters in Brooklyn and Queens and restrict restaurants to takeout only as well as shutting schools and clamping down on religious services and mass gatherings, Governor Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday. The measures, under a newly unveiled ‘Cluster Action Plan,’ are stricter than what Cuomo
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