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Roundup: Taylor Swift Drops New Old Music; DMX Dead at 50; Joe Musgrove Throws Padres First No-Hitter

Taylor Swift dropped more new versions of her old songs … DMX is dead at 50 following heart attack … Prince Philip died at 99 … After 53 years, the San Diego Padres have finally thrown a no-hitter … Duke will require vaccinations for fall term … House Ethics Committee opens probe into Matt Gaetz … Four U.S. airlines pull Boeing 737 Max jets for inspection … The Dow hit a record high to end the week … Phoebe Waller-Bridge joins cast of fifth Indiana Jones movie … Paramount delays a number of movies … Jayson Tatum dropped 53 Friday night … Patrick Beverley is out with a fractured left hand … Peyton Manning is mentoring Drew Lock … A lot of big names missed the cut at the Masters … Alleged murderer Phillip Adams’ brain donated for CTE research … Bronson Arroyo serenaded Walker Buehler with “Wonderwall” for some reason

Jordan Spieth is the man to watch this weekend at the Masters [Sports Illustrated]

DMX leaves a legacy of passion, unparalleled success and pain [The Ringer]

Three undersized prospects who will be value picks in the 2021 NFL Draft [The Athletic]

When meanness was celebrated [The Atlantic]

Why Chloe Kim spoke out on anti-Asian hate [ESPN]

Yermin Mercedes and things that travel far [The Big Lead]

Here’s San Diego native Joe Musgrove closing out the Padres‘ first no-hitter:

A very cool story:

Russell Brand became a different person thanks to his second battle with the Hot Ones gauntlet:

With the great DMX gone, we’re honoring him. First up is “Party Up (Up in Here)”:

And here’s “X Gon’ Give It To Ya”



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