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Cities and Countries: news and gossips

Latest news from Britain

Pre-sale for the show is set to begin on 27 October at 10am local time, with a Spotify one following on the same day.
moaned during today’s Good Morning Britain. I could hardly stop my eyes rolling when I heard him utter the words. Biggins was referring to the news that DC Comics is about to welcome a new LGBT superhero in Jonathan Kent.Jonathan, the son of original Superman Clark Kent and Lois Lane, will embark on a same-sex romance with friend Jay Nakamura.Speaking to presenters Susanna Reid and Richard Madeley, Biggins claimed the introduction is ‘pandering to the woke system’, as if bisexuality is in itself ‘woke’.How Biggins was even given such a platform in the first place astounds me. Anyone familiar with his track-record won’t be too surprised to hear he has an issue with the man of steel’s son’s sexuality.

Latest news from Usa

The lieutenant governor of North Carolina is doubling down on statements that led fellow officials and LGBTQ advocacy groups to call for his resignation.
She Kills Monsters, when the decision was made, only a month before the show was to debut in the school's new auditorium, according to WCPO Cincinnati. Questions about the play's content were raised at an earlier meeting and the school ultimately told those involved in the production that it would be "deemed inappropriate for K-12."Written by noted American playwright Qui Nguyen, She Kills Monsters follows its main character, Agnes Evans, as she attempts to find out more about her deceased older sister.

Latest news from San Francisco

With the effort to recall District Attorney Chesa Boudin likely to go before San Francisco voters sometime next year, two assistant district attorneys who recently resigned from the DA's office announced that they are now working for his removal.
After some 40 years behind the lens, independent filmmaker Peter Stein stepped out in front of the camera recently to be a contestant on the popular TV quiz show "Jeopardy!"

Latest news from New York

It’s already shaping up to be another no good, very bad week for Matt Gaetz.The antigay congressman from Florida put on a big show last week when he picked a fight with Attorney General Merrick Garland during a congressional hearing. But his theatrics were clearly just a thinly veiled attempt at trying to distract from the far more serious issues going on in his personal life.The New York Times reports that the Department of Justice has added not one but two top prosecutors to its ongoing teen sex trafficking investigation into Gaetz, “a sign of the complex and high-stakes nature of the inquiry.”One of them is a public corruption investigator who deals specifically with child exploitation crimes.
In an interview with the New York Post, the 35-year-old explains that her role in Jennifer’s Body was inspiring to many LGBTQ+ women.

Latest news from Los Angeles

Lily Collins and Robert Pattinson served as hosts of the15th annual GO Campaign Gala on Saturday, which is the organization's annual Hollywood fundraiser.Like the 2020 gala, the event, held atCornerstone Plaza in Los Angeles,was a mostly virtual experience due to the ongoing concerns of COVID-19.All funds raised willbenefit the non-profit's global COVID-19 relief efforts, promote racial justice in the U.S., and raise money to educate children in Africa and Latin America along with girls in Afghanistan, according to the organizations website
Robert Pattinson is hitting the red carpet with Lily Collins!

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