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Entertainment

‘People in their 40s were crying’: the sad final days of New York’s coolest record store | Indie

A lot of skulking went on at Other Music, the celebrated New York record store. It was an odd kind of dance: nervous customers, hiding behind CD racks or LP sleeves, trying to conjure up a question that wouldn’t result in utter humiliation. The staff there had quite a reputation, after all.The experience is relived in a surprisingly moving new documentary about the shop, also called Other Music. Notable fans Regina Spektor and Jason Schwartzman still sound daunted by Other’s intense atmosphere. “If I’m completely honest, I was never just...
Gaming

PS5 & Xbox Series X|S Launch to Record Sales

by William D'Angelo , posted 3 hours ago / 2,131 ViewsDespite having a staggered launch over the course of two weeks the PlayStation 5 was the best-selling console with 1,483,910 consoles sold for the week ending November 14, according to VGChartz estimates. The PS5 launched in North America, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and South Korea for this week. The PS5 had a bigger launch in North America, Australia, and New Zealand than its predecessor, the PS4, while it had a smaller launch in Japan, Singapore, and South Korea. Microsoft...
Politics

Victoria posts record $23.3bn deficit; Queensland to open border on 1 December – follow live | Australia news

Labor’s budget has run up the white flag on jobs with Victoria’s unemployment to remain higher than the national average for each of the next four years. One in five Victorians currently are out of work or underemployed. Despite the big taxing, big borrowing and big spending budget, our jobs crisis is set to continue. We need to revive our economy. Small business is the jobs engine of Victoria but it has been left out in the cold by Labor’s budget. True to form, Daniel Andrews’ arrogance has got the...
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