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Vintage 'Aladdin' T-shirt from 1992 nets $6,000 in virtual auction

An Arizona man recently made $6,000 by selling a vintage t-shirt from ‘Aladdin,’ Disney’s monster-hit 1992 animated film. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Cruise lines will require mandatory COVID testing for passengers and crew once sailing resumes in U.S.

Sailing the seas will come with a new list of mandatory rules. The Cruise Line International Association (CLIA) announced that it will mandate COVID tests for passengers and crew prior to boarding. Read on.
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Activist on horseback, 'Dreadhead Cowboy,' holds up rush-hour traffic

Adam Hollingsworth rode his horse in the southbound lanes, surrounded by motorcycle riders and a vehicle with a sign, “Kids’ Lives Matter.” Around 5 p.m., police were seen taking him into custody, with the horse remaining in a grassy area.
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Mom, 2-year-old son kicked off flight after toddler refuses to wear face mask

A mother explained her stressful time when she was kicked off an American Airlines flight after her 2-year-old son refused to wear a face mask.
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Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton's quarantine has been filled with bread, flowers, and magic

In a video posted from The Voice ahead of its season debut on October 19, Stefani, Shelton, and their fellow judges Kelly Clarkson and John Legend all swapped stories about how they spent their time at home in quarantine.
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An asteroid is flying by Earth this week — here’s how to watch live

On Thursday, September 24, you’ll be able to catch a glimpse of one of the closest asteroid approaches of 2020. The live stream of the approach will kick off on Wednesday at 3 p.m. PT. Read the full story.
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CDC study notes one passenger infected 15 others with COVID-19 on flight

A single passenger is reportedly responsible for spreading COVID-19 to 15 other people. According to a study published by the CDC on Friday, the COVID spread happened on a flight from London to Hanoi, Vietnam in March 2020.
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Futuristic air-purifying tower renders smog into diamonds

Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde created a tower that sucks up the smog around it, converts it into clean air and — this part is rich — compresses collected carbon particles into diamonds.
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Vote 2020 - Deadlines, FAQ, & More

Vote 2020 - Deadlines, FAQ & More
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According to new study, a third of musicians are done after coronavirus

Uncertainty stemming from COVID-19 has hit the music industry hard. Now, a new study finds that one third of musicians will leave it altogether due to financial losses brought on by the pandemic.
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