Friday , October 22 2021
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Roundup: Taylor Swift to Re-Record ‘Red’; Foo Fighters Announce Disco Album; Jazz Collapse, Clippers Advance

Joe Biden marks 300 million vaccine shots administered … Mike Pence heckled at conservative event … Alex Harvill died attempting world record motorcycle jump … The Dow fell more than 500 points on Friday … Israel-Palestine vaccine deal collapses … U.S. military steps up withdrawal from Middle East … The post-COVID luxury spending boom has begunTaylor Swift is going to re-record “Red” … Pacific Theatres files for Chapter 7 … Foo Fighters announced a new disco album … Full U.S. Open leaderboard … Celtics narrow coaching search … Boston also traded Kemba Walker and a first-round pick for Al Horford … Mexico will play two World Cup qualifiers in empty stadiums due to derogatory fan chants … Bradley Beal, Devin Booker to play in Olympics … Shohei Ohtani will be in the Home Run Derby … The Sixers beat the Hawks to force Game 7 … The Jazz collapsed as the Clippers reached the Western Conference finals

Why the Celtics traded Kemba Walker [Sports Illustrated]

The unintended costs of MLB‘s “sticky” new rules [FanSided]

Is the Loki variant even a Loki? [The Ringer]

Expect the unexpected from the Delta variant [The Atlantic]

Inside Chris Harrison’s shocking downfall as host of The Bachelor franchise [Variety]

What is Gerrit Cole even whining about? [The Big Lead]

Ryan Crouser shattered the world record in the shot put at the U.S. Track and Field Trials. It had stood for 31 years:

Elizabeth Olsen stared down the Hot Ones gauntlet and survived:

Conan O’Brien’s full interview with JB Smoove:

Bowling for Soup — “Surf Colorado”

Some extra music for your Saturday. The Smashing Pumpkins — “Today”

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