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‘Queer Eye’ design expert Bobby Berk: The one piece of furniture worth splurging on – CNBC

If you’re spending more time at home during the coronavirus pandemic, or moving into a new space, here’s the furniture that “Queer Eye’s” Bobby Berk suggests.

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As we spend more time at home during the Covid-19 pandemic, you might be looking for ways to zhuzh up your space. Bobby Berk, interior design guru on Netflix’s “Queer Eye,” says there’s one home item that’s definitely worth spending a little extra on: your mattress.
According to Berk, your mattress “has the most effect on your health, your mental health, your back

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Bill Cosby seen grinning in newly released mug shot – WPVI-TV

A newly released prison mug shot appears to show Bill Cosby smiling with a disposable mask hanging off his face.

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HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania — A newly released prison mug shot appears to show Bill Cosby smiling with a disposable mask hanging off his face.The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections recently updated Cosby’s mug shot, something routinely done to document changes to inmates’ appearance as they age. Cosby’s new photo was taken Sept. 4.
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Later in the evening, a blurry picture was tweeted from Cosby’s…

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Dolly Parton Made Stephen Colbert Cry With an Old Folk Song on ‘The Late Show’ – Rolling Stone

Singer brings host tears with an unexpected rendition of a song her mother used to sing, “Bury Me Beneath the Willow”

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Dolly Parton brought Stephen Colbert to tears with an impromptu performance of a song her mother used to sing during an interview on The Late Show Tuesday, October 20th.
Parton was talking about how her mother fostered her love of music by singing old folk tunes, many of which were sad, or as Parton put it, “plum pitiful.” One of those was “Bury Me Beneath the Willow” (a famous version of which was recorded by the Carter Family), a tune about a woman who’s left at the alter and decides to kill herself.

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Fast & Furious franchise to reach end of the road ‘after two more films’ – BBC News

The action-packed movie franchise will come to an end after two more films, according to reports.

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image captionF9 actors Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Nathalie Emmanuel, Tyrese Gibson and Vin Diesel in January 2020
The long-running Fast & Furious movie franchise is to come to an end after two more films, according to reports.
Justin Lin will direct what will be the 10th and 11th films in the series,
Deadline and Variety said.
The ninth film in the franchise will be released in May 2021, having been put back a year by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The action-packed…

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