4.18.19 Google AI helping law enforcement solve crimes; Rock n Play recall; CVS catering healthcare towards wellness

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Film Review: ‘Body at Brighton Rock’

Filmmaker Roxanne Benjamin spends a tad too much time on the character-establishing setup during the first act of her “Body at Brighton Rock.” Once she has lured her audience into joining her plucky but ill-prepared protagonist into a secluded area of a picturesque state park, however, the first-time director efficiently ratchets up the suspense — […]

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#TBT: ROCK OF AGES Rocks Out On Broadway!

It’s time to rock out because this week marks the tenth anniversary of the Tony-nominated musical Rock of Agesopening and bringing the Sunset Strip to Broadway’s Brooks Atkinson Theatre To celebrate the occasion, we’re throwing it back to that rocking night as Constantine Maroulis, Amy Spanger, Wesley Taylor, and more took their first bows Check out all the footage below
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Stevie Nicks and Janet Jackson Enter the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by Calling for More Women Inductees

(NEW YORK) — Stevie Nicks, who became the first woman inducted twice into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Janet Jackson, the latest member of the Jackson clan to enter the hall, called for other women to join them in music immortality on a night they were honored with five all-male British bands.

Jackson issued her challenge just before leaving the stage of Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,” she said, “in 2020, induct more women.”

Neither Jackson or Nicks were around at the end of the evening when another Brit, Ian Hunter, led an all-star jam at the end to “All the Young Dudes.” The Bangles’ Susanna Hoffs was the only woman onstage.

During the five-hour ceremony, Bryan Ferry of Roxy Music thanked multiple bass players and album cover designers, the Cure’s Robert Smith proudly wore his mascara and red lipstick a month shy of his 60th birthday and two of Radiohead’s five members showed up for trophies.

During Def Leppard’s induction, Rick Allen was moved to tears by the audience’s standing ovation when singer Joe Elliott recalled the drummer’s perseverance following a 1985 accident that cost him an arm.

Jackson followed her brothers Michael and the Jackson 5 as inductees. She said she wanted to go to college and become a lawyer growing up, but her late father Joe had other ideas for her.

“As the youngest in my family, I was determined to make it on my own,” she said. “I was determined to stand on my own two feet. But never in a million years did I expect to follow in their footsteps.”

She encouraged Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, producers of her breakthrough “Control” album and most of her vast catalog, to stand in Brooklyn’s Barclays Center for recognition, as well as booster Questlove. She thanked Dick Clark of “American Bandstand” and Don Cornelius of “Soul Train,” along with her choreographers including Paula Abdul.

There was some potential for awkward vibes Friday, since the event was being filmed to air on HBO on April 27. HBO angered the Jackson family this winter for showing the documentary “Leaving Neverland,” about two men who alleged Michael Jackson abused them when they were boys. Jackson never mentioned Michael specifically in her remarks but thanked her brothers, and he was shown on screen with the rest of the family.

Jackson was inducted by an enthusiastic Janelle Monae, whose black hat and black leather recalled some of her hero’s past stage looks. She said Jackson had been her phone’s screen-saver for years as a reminder to be focused and fearless in how she approached art.

Nicks was the night’s first induction. She is already a member of the hall as a member of Fleetwood Mac, but only the first woman to join 22 men — including all four Beatles members — to have been honored twice by the rock hall for the different stages of their career.

Nicks offered women a blueprint for success, telling them her trepidation in first recording a solo album while a member of Fleetwood Mac and encouraging others to match her feat.

“I know there is somebody out there who will be able to do it,” she said, promising to talk often of how she built her solo career. “What I am doing is opening up the door for other women.”

During her four-song set, she brought onstage a cape she bought in 1983 to prove to her “very frugal” late mother that it was still in good shape, and worth its $ 3,000 price tag. Don Henley joined her to sing “Leather and Lace,” while Harry Styles filled in for the late Tom Petty on “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around.”

David Byrne inducted Radiohead, noting he was flattered the band named itself after one of his songs. He said their album “Kid A” was the one that really hooked him, and he was impressed Radiohead could be experimental in both their music and how they conduct business.

“They’re creative and smart in both areas, which was kind of a rare combination for artists, not just now but anytime,” he said.

With only drummer Philip Selway and guitarist Ed O’Brien on hand, Radiohead didn’t perform; there was a question of whether any of them would show up given the group’s past ambivalence about the hall. But both men spoke highly of the honor.

“This is such a beautifully surreal evening for us,” said O’Brien. “It’s a big (expletive) deal and it feels like it. … I wish the others could be here because they would be feeling it.”

The Cure’s Smith has been a constant in a band of shifting personnel, and he stood onstage for induction Friday with 11 past and current members. Despite their goth look, the Cure has a legacy of pop hits, and performed three of them at Barclays, “I Will Always Love You,” ”Just Like Heaven” and “Boys Don’t Cry.”

Visibly nervous, Smith called his induction a “very nice surprise” and shyly acknowledged the crowd’s cheers.

“It’s been a fantastic thing, it really has,” he said. “We love you, too.”

His inductee, Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails, recalled ridiculing the rock hall in past years because he couldn’t believe the Cure wasn’t in. When he got the call that the band was in, he said “I was never so happy eating my words as I was that day.”

Def Leppard sold tons of records, back when musicians used to do that, with a heavy metal sound sheened to pop perfection on songs like “Photograph” and “Pour Some Sugar on Me.” They performed them in a set that climaxed the annual ceremony.

Singer Joe Elliott stressed the band’s working-class roots, thanking his parents and recalling how his father gave them 150 pounds to make their first recording in 1978.

Besides Allen’s accident, the band survived the 1991 death of guitarist Steve Clark. Elliott said there always seemed to be a looming sense of tragedy around the corner for the band, but “we wouldn’t let it in.”

“If alcoholism, car crashes and cancer couldn’t kill us, the ’90s had no (expletive) chance,” said Elliott, referring to his band mates as the closest thing to brothers that an only child could have.

Roxy Music, led by the stylish Ferry, performed a five-song set that included hits “Love is the Drug,” ”More Than This” and “Avalon.” (Brian Eno didn’t show for the event).

Simon LeBon and John Taylor of Duran Duran inducted them, with Taylor saying that hearing Roxy Music in concert at age 14 showed him what he wanted to do with his life.

“Without Roxy Music, there really would be no Duran Duran,” he said.

The soft-spoken Ferry thanked everyone from a succession of bass players to album cover designers. “We’d like to thank everyone for this unexpected honor,” he said.

The Zombies, from rock ‘n’ roll’s original British invasion, were the veterans of the night. They made it despite being passed over in the past, but were gracious in their thanks of the rock hall. They performed hits “Time of the Season,” ”Tell Her No” and “She’s Not There.”

Zombies lead singer Rod Argent noted that the group had been eligible for the hall for 30 years but the honor had eluded them.

“To have finally passed the winning post this time — fantastic!”


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Rock legend Scott Walker, the star among the popular American music band The Walker Brothers, died at the age of 76.

One of the most enigmatic and influential figures in rock history, Walker was also a producer and composer of uncompromising originality.

Walker’s current record label, 4AD, announced his death. He is survived by his daughter, Lee, and his partner Beverly.

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Rock ‘n’ roll pioneer Jerry Lee Lewis has been discharged from a hospital to a rehabilitation center in Memphis, Tennessee, two weeks after suffering a stroke, his publicist said on Monday, quoting his doctor as saying Lewis is expected to fully recover.
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Lindsey Vonn to Partner With Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson

Now that she’s hung up her skis, Lindsey Vonn is turning her attention to fashion.
The celebrated skier, who is retiring from competitive racing, has become the first global ambassador for Project Rock, a line developed by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Both Vonn and Johnson are sponsored by Under Armour, which produces the Project Rock collection. 
“What I find so inspiring about Dwayne is that he always gives 110 percent in everything that he does,” Vonn said. “He basically stands for 100 percent authenticity and 100 percent effort.” 
In a video posted on the Under Armour site on Tuesday, Vonn is pictured in the gym and talking about exercise with Johnson to get the message out about the collection, which is targeted at all athletes regardless of their age, gender, race, creed, sexuality or skill level, according to the brand.
She said the Project Rock collection “doesn’t necessary stand for everything in the gym. It stands for a lifestyle and how you approach life.”
Johnson broke the news on his Instagram account on Tuesday morning, calling Vonn: “A woman who I’ve known, admired and respected over the years. ‬‪The hardest worker in the room. ‬‪The best worker in the room.”
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Telling the remarkable true story of 7,000 stranded air passengers during the wake of 911, and the small town in Newfoundland that welcomed them, will beJenna BoydBeulah and others,Nathanael CampbellBob and others,Clive CarterClaude and others,Mary DohertyBonnie and others,Robert HandsNick, Doug and others,Helen HobsonDiane and others,Jonathan Andrew HumeKevin J, Ali and others,Harry MorrisonOz and others,Emma SalvoJanice and others,David ShannonKevin T, Garth and others,Cat SimmonsHannah and others andRachel TuckerBeverley, Annette and others withMark Dugdale,Bob Harms,Kiara Jay,Kirsty Malpass,Tania Mathurin,Alexander McMorran,Brandon Lee SearsandJennifer Tierney.
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OHMYGOSSIP — Kirsty Gallacher hit “rock bottom” after her divorce.
The 43-year-old presenter split from Paul Sampson – the father of her two children – in 2014 and admitted her “horrific” marriage breakdown was hard to cope with and she thinks she pushed herself too hard.
She said: “Divorce is horrific. I’ve had a tough few years. I hit pretty much rock bottom at one point.
“My poor body and brain has gone through it. I’ve not coped very well.
“And I was trying to be a great mum and keep it all going. I was pushing myself too much.”
After her divorce, Kirsty – who was banned from getting behind the wheel for two years after being arrested for drink driving in 2017 – romanced Danny Cipriani, Laurence Fox and Jack Whitehall and though all her romances were “lovely”, she knew they weren’t “right” for her but persisted because she didn’t want to be alone.
Speaking to Natalie Pinkham on her ‘In The Pink’ podcast, she said: “When you split up with a long-term partner, you feel like you have to catapult yourself into another relationship.
“That’s what I did. They were lovely relationships, but they weren’t right.
“It’s part of the learning curve, but I was scared to be on my own.”
The former Sky Sports presenter regrets not listening to advice from her brother-in-law Russell Brand, who has two children with her sister Laura.
She explained: “Russell said, ‘Kirsty, I think you need some time on your own’.
“I thought, ‘No I don’t!’ So I didn’t. Now, sorry Russell, you’re correct.”

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Ronnie Ortiz-Magro Reveals He Went to Rehab: ‘I Hit Rock Bottom’

Getting clean. Ronnie Ortiz-Magro sought help at Headwaters treatment center in West Palm Beach, Florida, the Jersey Shore star tells Us Weekly exclusively in the video above. He left the center after about a month on Friday, February 10.

“I decided to go to treatment because I wanted to be a better person, a better father for my daughter,” Otiz-Magro, 33, says, adding that he entered the facility for help with depression and alcohol abuse. “Eventually, all the bad decisions I was making were going to lead me to places that I didn’t want to be. I wanted to be led to the place that I am now – that’s happy, healthy and the best role model for my daughter.”

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“I think it’s a chronic disease. It’s a progressive disease. I’m still struggling,” he said of his alcohol abuse. “You stop and you start up again, and it’s worse than when you stopped. You’re just like, ‘Wow, I thought I had this under control,’ but at the end of the day, it has full control over you.”

For more from Ortiz-Magro, watch the video above and pick up the issue of Us Weekly, on stands Wednesday, February 13.

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How This Couple Paid Off Debt and Saved $10K After Hitting Rock Bottom

In 2013, the apartment Tyler Philbrook shared with his wife, Ashley, started to flood from the vacant unit upstairs.

He called his landlord, who told him to rent the equipment to fix it and take it off the next month’s rent. The cost was $ 50, and he didn’t have it.

Their credit cards were maxed out. He didn’t have $ 50 in the bank to stop the flooding.

Standing in Home Depot with only minutes before closing, he called family and friends and begged them for money to stop his possessions from being destroyed.

“My dad came through and paid with a Home Depot credit card, which was the only kind of credit card they would take over the phone,” he said.

Fast forward to the end of 2018: Tyler and Ashley have paid off $ 6,000 of the $ 25,000-plus they had in credit card and student loan debt, and put away over $ 10,000 in savings.

But those financial accomplishments didn’t happen immediately. It took another financial rock bottom for the couple to finally start working together to solve their spending problem.

Why They Got Into Debt

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Tyler, an advertising manager, and Ashley, a restaurant server, married in February 2012. A short time later, Ashley became unemployed for a month.

“We started putting a bunch of things on credit cards then, [but] that wasn’t the problem,” Tyler said.” “The problem was then we’d get used to putting things on the credit card. And so it kind of built these bad habits.”

They refinanced their debt in 2015, but they didn’t change their habits. They ended up with even more debt.

Tyler watched as they slipped deeper and deeper into their financial mess. He tried to budget, but Ashley didn’t share his concern about their personal finances.

“I thought [he was] trying to be controlling over me and the money I spend,” she said.

The tension reached a head at the end of 2017. That’s when Tyler put Ashley in charge of the finances.

At first, she was against it. But when she realized she could finally spend without recourse, she embraced it. And at the end of the month, there was no money left for rent.

Unbeknownst to her, Tyler had set aside about two to three months of expenses in an account he didn’t tell Ashley about. So when Ashley asked for help, he was able to pull from that account to pay their bills.

The next month, she shopped more, and again, they didn’t have enough for rent. But this time, she came to Tyler and confessed there was a problem. For the first time, she was on board with fixing it.

“Those two months were very expensive months for me,” Tyler said. “It wasn’t like I wasn’t looking at the finances. I was seeing it, [and] I was cringing the whole time.”

It was a rough time for Ashley, too. She realized she’d been blocking out the effect her spending had. Being confronted with it was humbling. “I didn’t like being wrong,” she said.

But those costly two months were worth it. For the first time in their marriage, they were on the same page about finances.

So, Where Was Their Money Going?

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The couple brings in around $ 60,000 combined, so they don’t have a lot of disposable income every month.

Tyler thought they stuck to a budget pretty well and that they weren’t making expensive purchases. But still, they somehow found themselves living paycheck to paycheck.

To find more money to pay off their debt, they first needed to understand where their money was going.

Tyler created an Excel spreadsheet. After tracking all their individual purchases on the spreadsheet, he learned a hard lesson: “We were spending way more on things that we didn’t realize,” he said.

The $ 200 monthly grocery budget they thought they stuck to? It was closer to $ 800, because they weren’t tracking the extra trips to pick up random items. Plus, they were spending way more on eating out than they thought.

Tyler and Ashley got a budgeting journal to help them stay on top of their daily transactions. It helped them identify where they were overspending.

The journal has drastically cut how much they spend, especially on eating out.

Now, because Tyler loves the show “Chopped,” Ashley will often pull items out of the pantry and challenge him to make dinner with them. “[It’s] been really great, because she usually picks stuff that we’ve been avoiding making something with,” he said.

Making lunch at home has saved them a lot, too. They still go out occasionally or fall back on ordering a pizza on busy nights. But because they have a budget, they can see as soon as those indulgences get out of hand.

How They’re Keeping Their Spending in Check

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Ashley is still in charge of paying the bills.

She even did a saving challenge in 2018 to contribute to their debt payoff. She saved almost $ 1,400 over 52 weeks.

“Going from someone who’s overspending by $ 1,400 a month to saving and then, you know, paying off debt in one big chunk… that was huge,” Tyler said.

With their spending in check, they’re making headway on paying off debt.

They refinanced their debt again, though they hesitated at first. But once they knew they’d both changed their habits, they did so using their car as collateral. They were able to consolidate $ 25,000 of credit card debt — some of which had a 23% interest rate — down to 4% interest.

They now have less than $ 16,000 left on their consolidation loan and $ 3,400 left on Ashley’s student loans. Tyler now documents their debt-free journey on his blog, I Am the Future Me.

Their goal is to be debt-free by the end of 2019 so they can volunteer overseas full time in 2020. And at this rate, they’ll be able to afford it — by working together.

Jen Smith is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She and her husband paid off $ 78,000 of debt in less than two years on two less-than-average salaries. She gives money-saving and debt-payoff tips on Instagram at @modernfrugality.

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NASA offers best look yet at surface of space rock Bennu

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NASA’s OSIRIS-REx asteroid probe has already had quite an eventful year. After initially arriving at the space rock known as Bennu in early December, the spacecraft ended 2018 by successfully entering orbit around the object, making Bennu the smallest body ever orbited by a man made spacecraft.

Now, as NASA prepares for what will be a months-long investigation of the asteroid, the OSIRIS-REx team has revealed the most stunning images of the rock so far. Captured from orbit by the probe’s NavCam imaging tools, the photos give us an even better look at the debris-littered surface of Bennu.

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Class Dismissed! SCHOOL OF ROCK Takes Final Broadway Bow Today

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, School of Rock, which opened to rave reviews on Sunday, December 6, 2015, will play its final Broadway performance at the Winter Garden Theatre on January 20, 2019. By that date, the show will have run for more than 3 years, playing 1,307 performances and 31 previews.
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NASA probe believed to have passed distant space rock on landmark mission  

A NASA explorer is believed to have reached the solar system’s outermost region early Tuesday morning, flying close to a space rock 20 miles long and billions of miles from Earth on a mission to gather clues about the creation of the solar system.


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A NASA explorer is on track to reach the solar system’s outermost region by early Tuesday morning, when scientists expect it to fly by a space rock 20 miles long and billions of miles from Earth, the most distant close encounter of its kind.


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The Rock Returns to Wrestling in First ‘Fighting With My Family’ Trailer; Here’s Everything We Know

The Rock Returns to Wrestling in First 'Fighting With My Family' Trailer; Here's Everything We Know

Dwayne Johnson returns to the WWE ring every now and then, but he's mostly considered a movie star these days. But he's combining both worlds next year with the biographical comedy Fighting With My Family. The movie will feature Johnson playing himself in support of the story of the Bevis family of wrestlers. 

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President Donald Trump is preparing to give an immigration speech Thursday from the White House, multiple sources tell CNN, as he seeks to use a group of Central American migrants heading for the US border as part of his closing argument to voters ahead of the midterms.


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Here’s your once-in-a-lifetime chance to own a Moon rock

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We’re all pretty familiar with the Moon from a very young age. It’s usually one of the first topics talked about in our earliest science classes in school, and we can see it most nights just by gazing skyward. But actually holding a piece of it in your hand is something that only a privileged few can claim they’ve done.

Now, a trio of Moon pieces is hitting the Sotheby’s auction block that will offer some lucky person the chance to own a piece of Earth’s largest natural satellite — as long as their pockets are deep enough.

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‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Promises to Rock the House; Here’s Everything We Know

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In Bohemian Rhapsody, Rami Malek portrays Freddie Mercury, who became the charismatic lead singer of the fledgling rock band Queen and led them to stardom. Their hits included "We Will Rock You," "We Are the Champions" and "Another One Bites the Dust." It was a journey not without its troubles, perhaps most notably due to Mercury's own private life and public tribulations.

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