The Daily Populous

Thursday August 1st, 2019 night edition

image for Queen at Live Aid: Remembering Freddie Mercury's finest moment

She told me Freddie had been slightly miffed at not being invited to record Do They Know It’s Christmas?

“Nobody knew at the time, but Queen were very much on the wane at this point”, Lesley Ann says.

15 years into their career, and they were looking like more of a heritage act than a serious contemporary force.

Paul Gambaccini was one of the BBC’s big hitters who was assigned to cover Live Aid from Wembley Stadium.

“I went up to Wembley to interview the artists backstage for television and radio,” he told me.

His doctor told him not to do the show, but of course he was determined to do it anyway.”

“At the time you thought, ‘Who’s going to be the hottest?’ Obviously U2, and Phil Collins was really hot. »

Cardi B’s Indianapolis Concert Canceled Last Minute Due To Security Threat After She Supports Bernie Sanders

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Rapper Cardi B was set to perform at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on Tuesday night, but the concert was unexpectedly canceled last minute due to a security threat, wrote The Daily Mail.

According to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, an “unverified threat” led the department to advise the singer to cancel her concert.

Shortly after canceling the concert, the “Bodak Yellow” artist took to her Twitter account to post an apology to her Indiana fans. »

Florida man gets 10 years for knowingly spreading HIV

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Drug addicts and transgenders are the main source of spreading HIV and AIDs in Pakistan, according to a senior official.

Pensacola, Florida: A Florida man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for knowingly spreading HIV.

One woman told Escambia County deputies in 2017 that she had tested positive for HIV and her last sexual partner had been Bodiford. »

Our planet is in crisis. But until we call it a crisis, no one will listen | Caleb Redlener, Charlotte Jenkins and Irwin Redlener

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She’s right – and we, at Columbia University’s National Center for Disaster Preparedness, wish more people would call this crisis what it is.

The language we use to refer to the climate crisis has changed over time, often due to political pressures.

But the term is far too mild to describe the existential threat to the planet that these changes pose. »

Ken Rosenthal auf Twitter: "BREAKING: #Astros get Greinke."

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