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Brooklyn Grandfather Beaten Into Coma On His Way To Work, Dies In Hospital

A 58-year-old New York City man who was beaten into a coma on his way to his construction job has died, police and family members said Monday. Officers with the New York Police Department's (NYPD) 73rd Precinct found Moses James, 58, lying on the ground at the corner of Belmont Avenue and Watkins Street in Brownsville, Brooklyn, around 4:30 a.m. on Sept. 13, local newspaper amNY reported.
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Dead Man Found Wrapped In Bloody Bed Sheets At Girlfriend's Apartment: Police

The dead body of a 26-year-old man was found wrapped in bloody bedding in his girlfriend’s New York City apartment Sunday, police said. Justin Lee, of Bay Terrace, was found unconscious and unresponsive, lying face-up on a bed inside the apartment in Flushing, Queens, Sunday night, the New York Post reported, citing authorities.
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Former WCW Star Daffney’s Official Cause of Death Released

Less than a month after former WCW and TNA wrestler Daffney Unger passed away at the age of 46, the cause of death has been officially released. According to TMZ, the WCW wrestler’s death has been ruled as suicide. Unger reportedly died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest.

Bronx woman found dead with rubber band around her neck: NYPD

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) — The NYPD is investigating the death of a woman who was found inside of her Bronx apartment with a rubber band around her neck. Belkis Lopez, 35, was found unconscious by responding officers at East 158 Street in Melrose at around 8:15 a.m., according to police.

Giles Martin On The New Special Edition Releases Of The Beatles’ “Let It Be,” Future Projects & More

This fall, The Beatles invite everyone everywhere to get back to the chart-topping 1970 album Let It Be, with a range of beautifully-presented Special Edition packages to be released worldwide on October 15, 2021 by Apple Corps Ltd./Capitol/UMe. The Let It Be album has been newly-mixed by producer Giles Martin and engineer Sam Okell in stereo, 5.1 surround DTS, and Dolby Atmos. The album’s sweeping new Special Edition follows the universally-acclaimed remixed and expanded anniversary editions of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (2017), The White Album (2018) and Abbey Road (2019). Beyond a new stereo mix of the album — as guided by the original “reproduced for disc” version by Phil Spector and sourced directly from the original session and rooftop performance 8-track tapes — the physical and digital Super Deluxe collections also feature 27 previously-unreleased session recordings, a 4-track Let It Be EP, and the never before released 14-track Get Back stereo LP mix compiled by engineer Glyn Johns (Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, The Who) in May 1969.
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NY Daily News editor-in-chief Robert York out in surprise shakeup

The New York Daily News ousted its top editor in an unexpected shakeup on Monday, with insiders blaming ruthless cost-cutting by the paper’s new hedge-fund owner. The 102-year-old paper said its editor-in-chief, Robert York, is being replaced on an interim and “as-needed” basis by Andrew Julien, the editor and publisher of its sibling publication, the Hartford Courant.

Black Tourists Attack Asian Hostess At Carmine’s Italian Resaurant

A lawyer representing a woman who was part of a group of black tourists attack a hostess in New York City has alleged the clerk instigated the physical altercation of a racist slur. The scuffle broke out in the Upper West Side after the Asian hostess asked the three guests...

Larry Holmes-Michael Spinks 1: When The Jinx shot down The Easton Assassin

As heavyweight championship bouts go, the Sept. 21, 1985, first pairing of long-reigning Larry Holmes and moving-up-from-light heavyweight Michael Spinks, at Las Vegas’ Riviera Hotel and Casino, was competitive and entertaining, if not necessarily an all-time classic. But it was the mother lode of subtext that set that fight apart then and even now, with a raft of high-grade storylines that allowed writers and broadcasters to mine the many rich veins of material as if they were prospectors who poured into California after gold nuggets were discovered at Sutter’s Mill on Jan. 24, 1848.

NAACP wants felons to vote, while nullifying your ballot

The NAACP is backing an effort to add more than 50,000 felons to North Carolina’s voting rolls. At the same time, they are trying to nullifying 9.6 million votes from law-abiding citizens. Even worse: The group won’t stop with a current lawsuit at the state Supreme Court involving felons who...