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Former major league player and coach Tom Robson has died. Robson died of natural causes on Tuesday at Memory Care Facility in Chandler, Arizona, New York Mets spokesman Jay Horwitz said Wednesday. Taken by the Mets on the 50th round of the 1967 amateur draft, Robson played two seasons in the major leagues, both with the Texas Rangers.
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Welcome to this week’s “Just for Variety“… Chanel may not be throwing its annual pre-Oscar dinner with Charles Finch this week, but that doesn’t mean the legendary French fashion house won’t be celebrating the Academy Awards. I can exclusively reveal that about 150 VIPs will not only receive a Chanel gift box on […]
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New name follows mogul Casey Wasserman’s acquisition announced Wednesday Talent management company Wasserman launched Wasserman Music on Wednesday after completing a year-long negotiation to acquire Paradigm Talent Agency’s North American live music roster. Wasserman’s new business unit is devoted to representing music artists and their development across entertainment, sports, culture, lifestyle marketing and, of course, music. Wasserman Music launches with a stacked roster of artists including Billie Eilish, Coldplay, Kenny Chesney, Dave Matthews Band, Janelle Monáe, Kacey Musgraves, Ed Sheeran, Lorde, Brandi Carlile, Run the Jewels and more. The announcement was made by Casey Wasserman, chairman and CEO of the lifestyle marketing and management firm. “I have worked side-by-side with this remarkable group of people to build a blueprint for success and I am continually impressed with their tenacity and care for both their clients and the business,” Wasserman said in a statement. “But most important is our shared commitment to cultivating a culture of forward progress so this new business appropriately reflects the artists and fans we serve. This is a dynamic opportunity to create new collaborations between the family of brands and talent that Wasserman currently represents in a meaningful and impactful way, and I am excited to get started.” Also Read: There Was a Rare 5-Way Tie for First Place in Ratings on Tuesday Wasserman Music will be led by Casey Wasserman, his existing executive management team and a group of executive agents. Marty Diamond, Jonathan Levine, Jackie Nalpant, Sam Hunt, Corrie Martin, Lee Anderson and Matt Rodriguez will lead executive oversight of the business on a day-to-day basis. Tom Windish, Joe Rosenberg and Lori Feldman will round out the team to provide business development and operational and marketing support. Wasserman Music will open with more than 130 employees and, according to a press release, “plans to expand assertively as the live entertainment business rebounds in 2021 and 2022.” Wasserman was represented by Sullivan & Cromwell LLP and Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP. J.P. Morgan Securities LLC acted as Wasserman’s exclusive financial advisor. Paradigm was represented by Venable LLP. Read original story Paradigm Agency’s Music Assets Rebranded as Wasserman Music At TheWrap
Director Simon McQuoid is stepping into the “Mortal Kombat” arena, bringing the video game franchise’s brutal characters and extravagant gore to the big screen. The Warner Bros. movie, which debuts in theaters and on HBO Max on Friday, follows a group of fighters who participate in a multi-dimensional death battle called Mortal Kombat. The combatants […]
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Ninth seed Fognini was trailing 6-0 4-4 against Spain's Zapata Miralles when a line judge reported him for using foul language following a foot fault. Fognini had been given a warning earlier in the match and when the chair umpire informed him of the decision to default him, the 33-year-old stormed off the court. "I didn't tell him anything," Fognini shouted, breaking his racket at the net and throwing it away in frustration as he left the court.
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Press Secretary Jen Psaki conducts a briefing at the White House.
European regulators said the benefits of using Johnson & Johnson's and AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccines outweigh risks, even as they added warning labels to both shots for extremely rare but potentially fatal blood clotting. J&J said on April 20 it would resume deliveries of its vaccine in Europe, following the regulator's guidance. U.S. officials are continuing their review of what are now eight reported instances of rare clotting combined with low blood platelets in the United States.
US President Joe Biden's administration promised Wednesday to rally the world on climate as adversaries China and Russia confirmed participation in a summit and the European Union and Britain locked in far-reaching carbon reductions.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez and Juventus counterpart Andrea Agnelli were the biggest losers of the short-lived European Super League (ESL) fiasco which risks tarnishing the image of two of the most influential men in world football.
The Department of Justice is launching a civil investigation into whether the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) engages in unlawful policing in the wake of the murder trial and conviction of former officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd.
Stay Gold Features, a production company whose credits include “Honey Boy,” “Harriet,” “Patti Cake$” and the recent Sundance hit “Together Together,” has enlisted new leaders to its executive ranks. Charlie Alderman, who recently worked at Focus Features, has been hired as head of content, while Becca Camarata has been promoted to head of production. At […]