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Saturday April 25th, 2020 morning edition

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This week, the Independent reported that Dolly Parton was partially responsible for hit drama Buffy the Vampire Slayer, as she owns the company that executive produced the show, Sandollar Entertainment.

The company produced a number of films throughout the ’80s and ’90s, including Father of the Bride the 1992 Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie.

The Buffy the Vampire Slayer series ran from 1997 to 2003 on The WB/UPN and quickly became a cult classic, not to mention a critical darling.

While Gallin and Berman are both credited as executive producers on Buffy as well as spinoff series Angel, Parton is not explicitly credited for the series.

“I was today years old when I found out that Dolly Parton was an uncredited executive producer on Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” tweeted the user who kickstarted Dolly-mania.

The Dolly Parton-produced Buffy the Vampire Slayer is currently available to stream on Hulu.

Where to stream Buffy the Vampire Slayer. »

It will take over one billion dollars to protect one small Louisiana town from climate change

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Stadler, a lifelong resident of southeastern Louisiana in his late 20s, has since had second thoughts about investing in property in New Orleans.

“I'd like to cite the 2017 flood,” Stadler said, about his decision to give up on buying property in New Orleans.

The risk of flooding in southeastern Louisiana has steadily increased in recent years, with threats looming in from all sides. »

VALORANT: Riot Games’ competitive 5v5 character-based tactical shooter

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Our rank and competitive matchmaking system is meant to deliver a balanced fight and keep the disruption to a minimum.

Planting the Spike can be more fun with friends, so you can queue into competitive matchmaking with a party of up to 5 people.

The VALORANT community will lead the way on how our team evolves competitive mode and the rank systems during closed beta and especially after launch. »

Harambe Lives On: Scientists Save Gorilla's Sperm to Continue Blood Line

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According to, following Harambe’s tragic death, reproductive biologists from the Cincinnati Zoo’s Center for Conservation and Research of Endangered Wildlife extracted viable sperm from the mammal.

The center plans to use the sperm in its reproductive programs which include artificial insemination and genetics research.

The Cincinnati Zoo has seen the birth of 50 gorillas, with the most recent being Elle, born in August 2015. »