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For Some New Yorkers, Rent is Due-In October

Did you lose your job due to the pandemic? Are you struggling to find appropriate work in the Capital Region so that you can live, eat and pay the rent? On Tuesday the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention may have given you more time to get on your feet by extending the eviction moratorium until October 3, 2021. According to the Times Union, the ban announced Tuesday could help keep over 3 million in their homes.
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Guns N’ Roses Debut New Song ‘Absurd’ at Boston Concert

At their Aug. 3 concert at Fenway Park in Boston, Guns N' Roses debuted a new song "Absurd," which is a reworking of a previously unreleased song called "Silkworms." "Some of you might have heard this under another name, but this is really kind of absurd for us to try this," said frontman Axl Rose to the crowd with a laugh. "Wasn't that funny? And they don't even know the joke yet," he added. "Okay, so, this is called 'Absurd'!"
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Nearly Decapitated Cairo Canine Doing ‘Peachy’ Now [PIC]

I still can't believe that someone would brutally hurt an innocent animal. What happened to Peaches is unfathomable. Back on June 29th, Patricia Waldron, Peaches' owner stabbed her dog several times and tried to decapitate her with a sword. She then left Peaches bleeding for hours. Fortunately, Peaches survived and we have an update on her progress.
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Offspring Drummer Claims He Was Dismissed for Being Unvaccinated

The Offspring have dismissed drummer Pete Parada, allegedly due to his decision to not get vaccinated against COVID-19. In a lengthy post to social media, the drummer -- who has been with the group since 2007 -- explained that his decision was due to his own extenuating circumstances. “Given my...
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Former Yankees’ Signee Axford Traded For Exactly One Dollar

Let's get philosophical for a moment, shall we? How much do you think you're worth?. If you're John Axford, the Toronto Blue Jays may have low-balled your value a bit. That's because Axford, who was pitching in the minor leagues for the Blue Jays, was traded over the weekend to the Milwaukee Brewers for one dollar. Yes, you read that right. One hundred pennies, ten dimes, four quarters, or one thin sheet of paper. No matter how you look at it, that's all it was. John Axford to the Brewers; one dollar to the Blue Jays.
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New Motorhead Graphic Novel Announced, See Preview Pages

Although Motorhead were laid to rest when leader Lemmy Kilmister died in late 2015, the band's name has remained incredible strong and active in the years since. The latest addition to the legacy comes by way of a new authorized graphic novel from Fantoons, Motorhead: The Rise of the Loudest Band in the World.
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Pedal to the Medal: Olympic Cyclist from Duanesburg Wins Bronze!

SPOILER ALERT! Sorry (not sorry) if the headline ruined the surprise, but Olympic cyclist Emma White from Duanesburg won a medal on Tuesday morning. It's an incredible accomplishment and one that should be celebrated considering just how difficult it is to make the Olympic Games, let alone finish faster than all but two cycling teams in the world.
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Neal Schon’s Guitar Auction Brings More Than $4.2 Million

A collection of more than 90 of Neal Schon's guitars has amassed more than $4.2 million in sales at a recent auction. The sale, which occurred just a few hours before Journey hit the stage at Chicago's Lollapalooza festival this past weekend, included two of the most expensive vintage instruments sold in the history of Heritage Auctions: a Ferrari guitar that sold for $300,000 and a 1959 Gibson Les Paul that went for $350,000.
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Buffalo Bills Moving to Austin Texas??

Say it ain't so Buffalo! According to a report by ESPN Senior Writer, Seth Wickersham, quoting an unnamed Buffalo Bills ownership source, said, "an ownership source tells me that Austin is a possible destination—or threat—as one of the “other cities elsewhere that desire an NFL franchise and would pay handsomely for it.” That is not good news for Buffalo Bills fans as they prepare for their team to compete for a Super Bowl Championship this season.
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Rudy Sarzo Rejoining Quiet Riot: ‘I Am Returning Home’

Rudy Sarzo has confirmed his return to Quiet Riot, ending his 18 year absence from the band. "I am returning home, going home to Quiet Riot in the beginning of 2022, next year,” the bassist confirmed during an interview with Eddie Trunk (as transcribed by Blabbermouth). Sarzo was part of...