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Today in the World Countries
- National Day is being celebrated in Gibraltar
- Saint George's Caye Day is being celebrated in Belize
Today in Astrology
- People born on this day are Virgo as their zodiac sign.
Today in History
- Daniel Montoya, Model, born in Spain.
- Jacob Moon, Photographer, born in Canada.
- Natalia Suarez, Twitch Star, born in Mazatlan, Mexico.
On this day in 2022
- Best film at 79th Venice international film festival awarded to Laura Poitras’ documentary about photographer Nan Goldin" All the Beauty and the Bloodshed".
- Frank Cignetti Sr., American College Football HOF coach (West Virginia Uni, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; career college record 199–77–1), who died at 84.
On this day in 2021
- ABBA returned to the top-ten of the UK Singles Chart for the first time in almost forty years when 'Don't Shut Me Down' debuted at No.9, becoming their 20th top-ten single. The group's last single to reach the top-ten of the UK charts was 'One of Us', which peaked at No.3 in December 1981..
- English singer-songwriter, and virtuosic guitar player Michael Chapman died at the age of 80. He became well known in the folk clubs of the late 1960s, as well as on the 'progressive' music scene, and released over 50 albums..
- Gordon Spice, Race Car Driver.
- Michael Chapman, British progressive folk-rock guitarist and singer-songwriter (Looking for Eleven; Fully Qualified Survivor), who died at 80.
- Jorge Sampaio, Politician.
- I've Been Trying to Tell You was released by Saint Etienne.
The 10th full-length release for the British trio of Sarah Cracknell, Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs was recorded remotely with field recordings and samples from 1997-2001.
- K Bay was released by Matthew E. White.
The first full-length solo release for the indie singer-songwriter features a guest appearance from Joseph "JoJo"Clarke.
- Hey What was released by Low.
The 13th full-length release for the Minnesota indie rock duo (bassist Steve Garrington left the band in 2020) of Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker was produced by BJ Burton.
- God Is Partying was released by Andrew W.K..
The sixth full-length studio release for the rock artist was co-produced by Ted Young.
- Cool was released by Colleen Green.
The latest full-length release for the Los Angeles indie pop artist was produced by Gordon Raphael.
- Comfort To Me was released by Amyl and the Sniffers.
The second full-length release for the Australian punk band led by Amy Taylor was produced by Dan Luscombe.
- A Beautiful Revolution, Vol. 2 was released by Common.
The 14th full-length studio release for the Chicago rapper features guest appearances from Black Thought, Brittany Howard, Marcus King, Seun Kuti, Jessica Care Moore, Morgan Parker, PJ, and Isaiah Sharkey.
- Antiphonals was released by Sarah Davachi.
the latest full-length release for the Los Angeles-based Canadian artist was self-produced and mixed.
- Before I Die was released by Park Hye Jin.
The debut full-length release for the Los Angeles-based South Korean electronic artist was self-produced.
- Back in Love City was released by The Vaccines.
The fifth full-length release for the British indie rock band was produced by Daniel Ledinsky.
- Texis was released by Sleigh Bells.
This is the sixth full-length release for the New York-based duo of Alexis Krauss and Derek Miller.
- The Melodic Blue was released by BaKeem.
The debut full-length studio release for the rapper features guest appearances from Kendrick Lamar, Travis Scott and Don Toliver
- The Metallica Blacklist was released by Various Artists.
Miley Cyrus, Ghost, Elton John, Juanes, My Morning Jacket, Royal Blood, Darius Rucker, Rina Sawayama, St. Vincent, Chris Stapleton, Corey Taylor, The Neptunes, Volbeat, and Weezer are some of the 53 artists covering songs from Metallica's Black Album.
- Star-Crossed was released by Kacey Musgraves.
The latest full-length release for the country singer-songwriter was produced by Ian Fitchuk and Daniel Tashian.
- The Voyeurs - R is released.
After moving into a beautiful loft apartment in Downtown Montreal, a young couple (Sydney Sweeney and Justice Smith), find themselves becoming increasingly interested in the sex life of their eccentric neighbors across the street (Ben Hardy and Natasha Liu Bordizzo). What starts out as an innocent curiosity slowly turns into an unhealthy obsession, after they discover that one of these neighbors is cheating on the other. Temptation and desire cause their lives to become tangled together in unexpected ways, leading to deadly consequences.
- The Alpinist - PG-13 is released.
Marc-André Leclerc climbs alone, far from the limelight. On remote alpine faces, the free-spirited 23-year-old Canadian makes some of the boldest solo ascents in history. Yet, he draws scant attention. With no cameras, no rope, and no margin for error, Leclerc's approach is the essence of solo adventure. Nomadic and publicity shy, he doesn’t own a phone or car, and is reluctant to let a film crew in on his pure vision of climbing. Veteran filmmaker Peter Mortimer (The Dawn Wall) sets out to make a film about Leclerc but struggles to keep up with his elusive subject. Then, Leclerc embarks on a historic adventure in Patagonia that will redefine what is possible in solo climbing.
- The Capote Tapes - Not Rated is released.
Answered Prayers was meant to be Truman Capote’s greatest masterpiece, an epic portrait of New York’s glittering jet-set society. Instead, it sparked his downfall. Through never-before-heard audio archives and interviews with Capote’s friends and enemies, The Capote Tapes reveals the rise and fall of America’s most iconic gay writer.
- The Card Counter - September 10,2021 is released.
William Tell (Oscar Isaac) is a gambler and former serviceman who sets out to reform a young man seeking revenge on a mutual enemy from their past. Tell just wants to play cards. His spartan existence on the casino trail is shattered when he is approached by Cirk (Tye Sheridan), a vulnerable and angry young man seeking help to execute his plan for revenge on a military colonel. Tell sees a chance at redemption through his relationship with Cirk. Gaining backing from mysterious gambling financier La Linda (Tiffany Haddish), Tell takes Cirk with him on the road, going from casino to casino until the unlikely trio set their sights on winning the World Series of poker in Las Vegas. But keeping Cirk on the straight-and-narrow proves impossible, dragging Tell back into the darkness of his past.
- Small Engine Repair - R is released.
Frankie (John Pollono), Swaino (Jon Bernthal) and Packie (Shea Wigham) are lifelong friends who share a love of the Red Sox, rowdy bars and Frankie’s teenaged daughter Crystal (Ciara Bravo). But when Frankie invites his pals to a whiskey-fueled evening and asks them to do a favor on behalf of the brash young woman they all adore, events spin wildly out of control. Based on Pollono’s award-winning play, Small Engine Repair is a pitch-black comedic drama with a wicked twist and a powerful exploration of brotherhood, class struggle and toxic masculinity.
- Malignant - R is released.
Madison (Annabelle Wallis) is paralyzed by shocking visions of grisly murders, and her torment worsens as she discovers that these waking dreams are in fact terrifying realities.
- Queenpins - R is released.
A bored and frustrated suburban homemaker, Connie (Kristen Bell) and her best pal JoJo (Kirby Howell-Baptiste), a vlogger with dreams, turn a hobby into a multi-million dollar counterfeit coupon caper. After firing off a letter to the conglomerate behind a box of cereal gone stale, and receiving an apology along with dozens of freebies, the duo hatch an illegal coupon club scheme that scams millions from mega-corporations and delivers deals to legions of fellow coupon clippers. On the trail to total coupon dominance, a hapless Loss Prevention Officer (Paul Walter Hauser) from the local supermarket chain joins forces with a determined U.S. Postal Inspector (Vince Vaughn) in hot pursuit of these newly-minted “Queenpins” of pink collar crime. Inspired by a true story.
- Azor - Not Rated is released.
Yvan De Wiel, a private banker from Geneva, goes to Argentina in the midst of a dictatorship to replace his partner, the object of the most worrying rumours, who disappeared overnight.
- Come from Away - TV-14 is released.
7,000 passengers are stranded after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in a small town in Newfoundland, where they were housed and welcomed. Filmed live on stage at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theater in New York City.
- Everybody's Talking About Jamie - PG-13 is released.
Jamie New (Max Harwood) is a teenager from Sheffield who dreams of life on stage. While his classmates plan their livelihoods after they leave school, Jamie contemplates revealing his secret career ambition to become a fierce and proud drag queen. His best friend Pritti (Lauren Patel) and his loving mum (Sarah Lancashire) shower him with endless support, while local drag legend Miss Loco Chanelle (Richard E. Grant) mentors him toward his debut stage performance. But Jamie also has to contend with an unsupportive father (Ral[h Ineson), an uninspired careers advisor (Sharon Horgan), and some ignorant school kids who attempt to rain on his sensational parade. In rousing and colourful musical numbers, Jamie and his community inspire one another to overcome prejudice, be more accepting, and to step out of the darkness into the spotlight.
- Fauci - PG-13 is released.
Fauci delivers a rare glimpse into the long-standing professional career and personal life of the ultimate public servant, who after a lifetime of service faced his biggest test: a pandemic whose ferocity is unmatched in modern history. With his signature blend of scientific acumen, candor and integrity, Dr. Anthony Fauci became a cultural icon during the COVID-19 pandemic. But that has come at a cost as he has also faced attacks from adversaries in a nation increasingly divided by political party lines — with science increasingly caught in the crosshairs. A world-renowned infectious disease specialist and the longest-serving public health leader in Washington, D.C., who has served under seven presidents, Dr. Fauci has overseen the U.S. response to 40 years’ worth of outbreaks, including HIV/AIDS, SARS and Ebola.
- Language Lessons - Not Rated is released.
When Adam’s (Mark Duplass) husband surprises him with weekly Spanish lessons, he’s unsure about where or how this new element will fit into his already structured life. But when tragedy strikes, his Spanish teacher, Cariño (Natalie Morales), becomes a lifeline he didn’t know he needed. Adam develops an unexpected and complicated emotional bond with Cariño — but do you really know someone just because you’ve experienced a traumatic moment with them?
- Kate - R is released.
After she’s irreversibly poisoned, a ruthless criminal operative has less than 24 hours to exact revenge on her enemies and in the process forms an unexpected bond with the daughter of one of her past victims.
- TV SERIES
- LuLaRich: Season 1 is released.
The Jenner Furst and Julia Willoughby Nason four-part documentry series looks at the multilevel marketing company LuLaRoe and the accusations of it being a pyramid scheme.
On this day in 2020
- California's August Complex wildfire becomes largest recorded in state history at 471,000 acres (736 square miles).
- Austrian British researcher Martin Hairer wins Breakthrough prize for mathematics worth $3 million for work on stochastic analysis.
- Wildfires in Oregon cause 500,000 people to evacuate,10% of the population with unprecedented 900,000 acres burnt.
- Diana Rigg, English actress (Emma Peel-Avengers, Game of Thrones), who died at 82.
- Diana Rigg, Movie Actress.
- Unpregnant - PG-13 is released.
Seventeen-year-old Veronica (Haley Lu Richardson) never thought she’d want to fail a test—that is, until she finds herself staring at a piece of plastic with a blue plus. With a promising college-bound future now disappearing before her eyes, Veronica considers a decision she never imagined she’d have to make. This never-taken-lightly decision leads her on a 1000 mile road trip to New Mexico over three days with her ex-best friend, Bailey (Barbie Ferreira) where they discover sometimes the most important choice you’ll make in life is who your friends are.
- TV SERIES
- Julie and the Phantoms: Season 1 is released.
Julie (Madison Reyes) lost her passion for singing and writing songs after the death of her mother, but finds it again when she befriends the ghosts of a band from 1995 (Charlie Gillespie, Jeremy Shada, Owen Patrick Joyner) in this musical series from Kenny Ortega.
On this day in 2019
- Malaysia's National Disaster Management Agency deliver half a million face masks to Sarawak state, after more than 930,000 hectares (about 2.3 million acres) burnt in Indonesia cause hazardous levels of air pollution.
- Malaysia's National Disaster Management Agency delivers half a million face masks to Sarawak state, after more than 930,000 hectares (about 2.3 million acres) burnt in Indonesia cause hazardous levels of air pollution.
- Iranian woman Sahar Khodayari dies after setting herself on fire during her trial, for entering a stadium disguised as a man in Tehran.
- Bolivian wildfires have destroyed two million hectares (almost five million acres), of forest and grassland since August according to College of Biologists in La Paz.
- Alibaba chairman Jack Ma steps down, succeeded by Daniel Zhang.
- Novelist Margaret Atwood publishes "The Testaments", her follow-up to "The Handmaid's Tale".
- US President Donald Trump fires his third national security adviser John Bolton.
On this day in 2018
- South Carolina issues mandatory evacuation order affecting one million people ahead of Hurricane Florence.
- UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres calls for urgent climate change conference saying "climate change moving faster than we are".
- Australian newspaper the "Herald Sun" criticised for "racist" cartoon of American tennis star Serena Williams.
- California passes law to commit to carbon-free electricity sources by 2045.
- John Legend, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice win Emmys for "Jesus Christ Superstar", making them all EGOT winners, Legend is the first black male winner.
- Art Faber, Race Car Driver.
- Slice - R is released.
In a spooky small town, when a slew of pizza delivery boys are slain on the job, two daring survivors (Zazie Beetz and Chance the Rapper) set out to catch the culprits behind the cryptic crime spree.
- TV SERIES
- Black Earth Rising: Season 1 is released.
A case against Rwandan General (Danny Sapani) who is accused of recruiting child soldiers in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, opens up secrets from the past of the Rwandan genocide including survivor Kate Ashby (Michaela Coel), her adoptive mother (and barrister) Eve Ashby (Harriet Walter) and her boss Michael Ennis (John Goodman) in this BBC2 thriller from Hugo Blick.
On this day in 2017
- Artist Marta Minujin begins redistributing books from her art installation "Parthenon of Banned Books", honoring books burnt by Nazis, in Kassel Germany.
- Hurricane Irma makes landfall in the Florida Keys in the US as a category 3 hurricane.
- US Open Men's Tennis: Spain's Rafael Nadal wins his 3rd US title; beats Kevin Anderson of South Africa 6-3,6-3,6-4.
- Harry Landers [Sorokin], American actor (Star Trek, Ben Casey, Drive a Crooked Road), who died at 96.
- Da Real Gee Money, Rapper.
- TV SERIES
- The Orville: Season 1 is released.
Set 300 years, Captain Ed Mercer (Seth MacFarlane) of the U.S.S. Orville and his crew -- that includes his ex-wife (Adrianne Palicki) and best friend (Scott Grimes) -- explore space and deal with life on a spaceship in Seth MacFarlane's sci-fi dramedy.
- The Deuce: Season 1 is released.
The drama created by George Pelecanos and David Simon see the rise of the porn industry in New York City during the 1970s-80s through the eyes of twin nightclub owners Vincent and Frankie Martino (both played by James Franco), college student Abigail “Abby” Parker (Margarita Levieva), Times Square prostitute Eileen Merrell (Maggie Gyllenhaal), a pimp named Larry Brown (Gbenga Akinna), Vincent and Frankie Martino’s brother-in-law Chris Bauer (Bobby Dwyer) and a bartender named Paul Hendrickson (Chris Coy).
- The Last Post: Season 1 is released.
The Peter Moffat drama series set in 1965 follows newly appointed Royal Military Police Captain Joe Martin (Jeremy Neumark Jones) and his new wife, Honor (Jessie Buckley) as they adjust to life in British-occupied Aden (in what is now Yemen).
On this day in 2016
- US Open Women's Tennis: Angelique Kerber beats Karolína Plíšková 6-3,4-6,6-4 to become first German player to win the event since Steffi Graf in 1996.
- Actress and singer Anna Camp at the age of 33 weds Pitch Perfect co-star Skylar Astin at the age of 29 in a vineyard wedding at Sunstone Winery in Santa Ynez, California.
- Eddie Antar, founder and CEO (Crazy Eddie Electronics Store), who died at 68.
- Knut Wiggen, Norwegian computer music pioneer and composer, who died at 89.
- Wayne Negus, Race Car Driver.
On this day in 2015
- Northern Ireland's First Minister Peter Robinson resigns in wake of IRA supposed killing of Kevin McGuigan.
- New human-like species - Homo Naledi announced by Scientists and a team of female archaeologists, found deep in caves in South Africa.
- Floods and landslides in North East Japan, centered on Joso force 90,000 to evacuate their homes.
- American guitarist Don Griffin was killed in a car accident in Denver, Colorado. He was 60 years old. Griffin appeared on The Miracles 1976 No.1 hit, 'Love Machine' and had also worked with Anita Baker. Griffin's dance band Madagascar was signed by Clive Davis to Arista Records in 1981 and released the single 'Baby Not Tonight..
- Livvy Gomez, YouTube Star, born in United States.
- Franco Interlenghi, Italian actor (I Vitelloni, Ulysses, Sciuscià), who died at 83.
On this day in 2014
- First Invictus Games Held. The international games bring together wounded armed forces personnel and veterans who compete in athletic competitions. The Invictus Games were held at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, England. 300 competitors from 13 countries participated in the games. The next games will take place in 2016..
- Oldrich František Korte, Czech composer, who died at 88.
- Richard Kiel, American actor, who died from a heart attack at 74.
- My Old Lady - PG-13 is released.
A down-and-out New Yorker inherits an apartment in Paris from his estranged father and is stunned to find a refined old lady living there with her protective daughter. [Cohen Media Group]
- Born to Fly - September 10,2014 is released.
Elizabeth Streb and the STREB Extreme Action Company form a motley troupe of flyers and crashers. Propelled by Streb’s edict that “anything too safe is not action, ” these daredevils challenge the assumptions of art, aging, injury, gender, and human possibility. Born to Fly traces the evolution of Elizabeth Streb’s movement philosophy as she pushes herself and her performers from the ground to the sky.
On this day in 2013
- 16 people are killed after a series of bomb attacks across Iraq.
- Three people are killed after a Canadian Coast Guard helicopter crashes in the Arctic Ocean.
- TV personality Holly Madison at the age of 33 weds Insomniac Events founder Pasquale Rotella in a fairytale wedding at Disneyland at the age of div 2019.
- TV personality Holly Madison at the age of 33 weds Insomniac Events founder Pasquale Rotella in a fairytale wedding at Disneyland.
- Clay Shaw, American politician (Rep-R-FL,1981-2007), who died from lung cancer at 74.
- Coming Apart was released by Body/Head.
The debut full-length release for Kim Gordon's post-Sonic Youth project is with guitarist Bill Nace.
- Essential Tremors was released by J. Roddy Walston and the Business.
The third full-length release for the rock band was co-produced by Mark Neill and Matt Wignall.
- Dynamics was released by Holy Ghost!.
This is the second release for the Brooklyn duo of Alex Frankel and Nick Millhiser.
- AM was released by Arctic Monkeys.
Produced by James Ford and Ross Orton, the fifth full-length studio release for the indie rock band includes guest appearances by Josh Homme, Bill Ryder-Jones, and Pete Thomas.
- Apar was released by Delorean.
The fourth full-length release for the Spanish electronic pop band includes a guest appearance of Chairlift's Caroline Polachek.
- B.O.A.T.S. II: #METIME was released by 2 Chainz.
The second solo full-length studio release for the rapper features guest appearances from such artists as Drake, Fergie, Lil Wayne, Ma$e, Chrisette Michele, Pharrell, Pusha T, and T-Pain.
- Bed & Bugs was released by Obits.
The third release for the Brooklyn garage punk band was recorded in Virginia with Nikhil Ranade.
- Nobody Knows was released by Willis Earl Beal.
The second release for the singer-songwriter features Rodaidh McDonald and a duet with Cat Powers.
- Kaani was released by Tal National.
The third release for the Nigerian ensemble was recorded with the help of producer Jamie Carter.
- Live at the Great American Music Hall, San Francisco Aug 31-Sept 1 2011 was released by Corridos Famosos.
The second live release for the slide guitarist is a collaboration with The Corridos Famosos band and recorded from two nights at San Francisco's Great American Hall in 2011.
- Kiss Land was released by The Weeknd.
After a trilogy of mixtapes, the Canadian artist releases his debut studio release that includes a guest appearance from Drake.
- Feels Like Home was released by Sheryl Crow.
Produced with Justin Niebank, the first country release for the singer-songwriter includes songs co-written with Al Anderson, Brandy Clark, Rodney Clawson, Chris DuBois, Luke Laird, Shane McAnally, and Brad Paisley.
- Factory Floor was released by Factory Floor.
This is the debut full-length release for the British trio led by Nik Colk Void.
- Still Within the Sound of My Voice was released by Jimmy Webb.
Produced by Fred Molin, the latest release from the singer-songwriter features guest appearances from such artists as Joe Cocker, David Crosby, Art Garfunkel, Amy Grant, Kris Kristofferson, Lyle Lovett, Graham Nash, Carly Simon, Keith Urban and Brian Wilson.
- Tales of Us was released by Goldfrapp.
The sixth full-length release from the electronic duo is an cinematic-inspired album that will be accompanied by a film directed by Lisa Gunning.
- Tookah was released by Emilíana Torrini.
The fourth full-length release for the Icelandic singer-songwriter was produced by Dan Carey.
- Troubadour was released by The Stepkids.
The second full-length studio release for the Connecticut trio is said to be somewhat autobiographical.
- The Things We Think We're Missing was released by Balance & Composure.
The second full-length release for the Pennsylvania alternative rock band was produced by Will Yip.
- Privateering was released by Mark Knopfler.
The double-disc release for the former Dire Straits leader was co-produced with Guy Fletcher and Chuck Ainlay.
- On Oni Pond was released by Man Man.
The fifth full-length release for the Philadelphia-based experimental rock band was produced by Mike Mogis.
- The Electric Lady was released by Janelle Monáe.
The second release for the Atlanta R&B singer continues the story of her alter-ego Cindi Mayweather with guest appearances from Erykah Badu, Big Boi, Cee Lo Green, Solange Knowles, Miguel, Prince, and Esperanza Spalding.
- Weird Sister was released by Joanna Gruesome.
The debut release for the Welsh noise pop band was produced by MJ of the Hookworms.
- TV SERIES
- Sons of Anarchy: Season 6 is released.
Jax tries to balance his life with SAMCRO and being a good father to his son.