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Investigative team claims it has identified the infamous Zodiac Killer

Investigative team claims it has identified the infamous Zodiac Killer

By ArLuther Lee, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Troy Warren for CNT #Lifestyle A team of independent former law enforcement investigators has identified a man who died in 2018 as the infamous Zodiac Killer who terrorized the San Francisco Bay Area more than 50 years ago but was never apprehended. However, the FBI and local law enforcement agencies say the conclusions reached by the unofficial task force of 40 cold case experts are largely based on circumstantial evidence, and that the man was not considered a suspect in five murders known to have been committed by the Zodiac in Northern California from 1968…
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Howie Mandel Reveals He Collapsed Due to Dehydration After Colonoscopy

Howie Mandel Reveals He Collapsed Due to Dehydration After Colonoscopy

BY ARIANA BROCKINGTON | HollywoodReporter.Com Troy Warren for CNT #Lifestyle On his podcast 'Howie Mandel Does Stuff,' the TV personality addressed headlines claiming he fainted at a Starbucks earlier this week. Howie Mandel has shared the story behind his recent health scare, following news reports that he collapsed at a Starbucks. On his podcast Howie Mandel Does Stuff, his daughter Jackelyn Shultz (who was co-hosting), began Thursday’s episode by saying she was “concerned” and asked her father to explain what happened.  The America’s Got Talent judge, 65, jokingly responded, “Well, first of all, what has this world come to where you can’t pass out in a…
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Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing on Secret Hospitalization, Recovery After Tragic Accident: “I’ve Been Hiding This Too Long”

Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing on Secret Hospitalization, Recovery After Tragic Accident: “I’ve Been Hiding This Too Long”

BY CHRIS GARDNER | HollywoodReporter.Com Troy Warren for CNT #Lifestyle #EditorsPicks The French fashion designer thanked hospital staff and used the incident as a way to challenge the obsession with perfection and keeping up social media appearances. Superstar Balmain designer Olivier Rousteing is opening up more about a tragic accident that happened inside his home, one that left him hospitalized and ashamed as he sought to keep the recovery under wraps while keeping up appearances. “Exactly a year ago, the fireplace inside my house exploded,” Rousteing shared Saturday with his 7 million Instagram followers alongside an image that shows his torso and arms extensively bandaged with…
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Nobu Expands Partnership With Caesars, Adds New Restaurants and Hotels

Nobu Expands Partnership With Caesars, Adds New Restaurants and Hotels

BY MELINDA SHECKELLS | HollywoodReporter.Com Troy Warren for CNT #Lifestyle #Travel The hospitality group plans to open a restaurant and lounge at Paris Las Vegas in 2022, with plans to also bring Nobu to New Orleans and Atlantic City. Does a city need three Nobus? If we are talking about Las Vegas, the answer is yes. It will be the second place in the world to have a Nobu trifecta, behind London. Nobu Restaurant and Lounge at Paris Las Vegas will open in early 2022, joining Nobu Restaurant and Lounge, and Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace, Gary Selesner, president of Caesars Development, tells The Hollywood…
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How COVID-19 Crushed Emmy Parties in 2021: “Given the Risk, It Seems Really Irresponsible”

How COVID-19 Crushed Emmy Parties in 2021: “Given the Risk, It Seems Really Irresponsible”

BY CHRIS GARDNER | HollywoodReporter.Com Troy Warren for CNT #Lifestyle #COVID-19 Emmys gone mild: Casual, private, COVID-compliant and press-free is the name of the muted party game this week — and don't forget that vaccine card. “Where’s the party?” That’s always one of, if not the most popular, conversation starters on a week like this with a major Hollywood awards show on the horizon, but due to an ongoing COVID-19 pandemic propelled by the particularly infectious delta variant, the answer this Emmy season is: Good luck finding one. And if you do, getting in will be even more challenging. The Hollywood Reporter surveyed the…
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Florida man wins $1M same day he opens new auto shop

Florida man wins $1M same day he opens new auto shop

By The Associated Press Troy Warren for CNT #EditorsPicks #Lifestyle A Florida man won $1 million in a lottery game the same day he and his wife opened an auto repair shop. Brian Woodle, 46, bought the $5 Gold Rush Supreme scratch-off ticket from a Circle K in Callahan. “I love working on vehicles and it has always been my dream to own my own repair shop,” Woodle said in a news release sent by the Florida Lottery. “At the end of our first day, I stopped by Circle K to get a few things and picked up a Lottery ticket;…
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Angelina Jolie Talks Harvey Weinstein and Fearing for Her Children’s Safety Amid Custody Battle With Brad Pitt

Angelina Jolie Talks Harvey Weinstein and Fearing for Her Children’s Safety Amid Custody Battle With Brad Pitt

BY ABBEY WHITE | HollywoodReporter.Com Troy Warren for CNT #Celebrity #Lifestyle #Entertainment Jolie says that despite fearing for her "whole family," in regards to her allegations of domestic abuse against Pitt, she still wants them all to "heal" and "move forward — all of us." Angelina Jolie is addressing allegations of abuse she’s made against Brad Pitt amid their custody battle and is speaking out about his decision to work with the convicted rapist and former movie producer Harvey Weinstein following an encounter in the ’90s she now says was “beyond a pass.” In a Guardian interview about her new book Know Your Rights and Claim Them,…
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Christy Carlson Romano Explains Why She Hasn’t Spoken to ‘Even Stevens’ Co-Star Shia LaBeouf in Years

Christy Carlson Romano Explains Why She Hasn’t Spoken to ‘Even Stevens’ Co-Star Shia LaBeouf in Years

BY ARIANA BROCKINGTON | HollywoodReporter.Com Troy Warren for CNT #Lifestyle #Celebrity "To be honest, I don't even really know if we were ever really friends, but we were co-workers," the actress said in a YouTube video she titled, "Why I Don’t Talk to Shia LaBeouf." Eighteen years after the finale of Disney Channel classic Even Stevens, star Christy Carlson Romano is opening up about her relationship with onscreen brother Shia LaBeouf.  At the start of a video posted to her YouTube channel Tuesday, Romano begins, “Everybody always asks me this question, if we’re still in touch, if we’re still friends. To be honest, I don’t…
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Back to School Spurs Anxiety (and Relief) Among Industry Parents as COVID-19 Rages

Back to School Spurs Anxiety (and Relief) Among Industry Parents as COVID-19 Rages

BY KIRSTEN CHUBA | HollywoodReporter.Com Troy Warren for CNT #Lifestyle As the delta variant spreads, districts open with mask and vaccine mandates: "It's just becoming more a part of how we have to do business." As the delta variant spurs a spike in COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles — along with vaccine mandate rollouts and indoor mask rules being restored — children across the city are returning to in-person school, eliciting emotions ranging from delight to dread from parents. LAUSD public schools welcomed students back to the classroom Aug. 16, while charter and private schools’ first days are staggered now through…
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John Travolta Recounts Discussion About Death With Young Son Following Kelly Preston’s Passing

John Travolta Recounts Discussion About Death With Young Son Following Kelly Preston’s Passing

BY ABBEY WHITE | HollywoodReporter.Com Troy Warren for CNT #Celebrity #Lifestyle The 'Pulp Fiction' and 'Saturday Night Fever' star also opened up to 'Hart to Heart' host Kevin Heart about how Scientology impacted his career and how he has handled media scrutiny around his practice of Scientology. John Travolta has opened up about a conversation he had about dying and the passing of his wife and fellow actor Kelly Preston with his younger child, Ben. During a recent episode of Kevin Hart’s Peacock series Hart to Heart, the comedian and actor sat down with John Travolta for a wide-ranging conversation about his early career going…
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