The Daily Populous

Sunday September 1st, 2019 morning edition

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The page housed pictures of a pretty Norah Jones-esque young 18-year-old NYU student who sang and played piano at local bars.

The group was peppered with comments, sharp as porcupine needles, vilifying the aspiring musician for being an "attention-whore."

I also remember one dude posting a flyer for one of her upcoming gigs at a local village bar.

He had clearly stomped on the flyer, an outline of his muddy sole [soul] struggling to eclipse her name.

I was on an Amtrak train from NYC to Philly, reading a Vanessa Grigoriadis New York Magazine profile on Lady Gaga.

I floated somewhat mindlessly through the piece until I got to the first sentence of the second paragraph:.

Readers, have you ever taken part in a Facebook Group that you wish you hadn't? »

Statement: Incident during FIA Formula 2 Feature Race, Spa-Francorchamps

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The scene was immediately attended by emergency and medical crews, and all drivers were taken to the medical centre.

As a result of the incident, the FIA regrets to inform that the driver of car #19, Anthoine Hubert (FRA), succumbed to his injuries, and passed away at 18:35.

The driver of car #20 Giuliano Alesi (FRA) was checked and declared fit at the medical centre. »

Darren Rovell auf Twitter: "JUST IN: LeBron James leaves no potential business opportunity on the table. Over time, he has sought to own “Taco Tuesday.” He has now filed to trademark the phrase for so

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg: I'm alive and 'on my way to being very well' after treatment for pancreatic cancer

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Washington (CNN) Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said she's on her way "to being very well" after receiving treatment for pancreatic cancer.

The US Supreme Court announced on August 23 that physicians had discovered a malignancy on Ginsburg's pancreas and that she subsequently had three weeks of radiation treatment.

Asked by NPR's Nina Totenberg how she keeps on "truckin," Ginsburg credited her job on the Supreme Court. »