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Chargers Injury Report: WR Keenan Allen, RB Melvin Gordon questionable

The Chargers will see five players enter Sunday’s contest against the Broncos as questionable, headlined by wide receiver Kennan Allen and running back Melvin Gordon. 161 more words

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Jason Aldean Releases 'SNL' Performace Of 'I Won't Back Down' For Charity

Jason Aldean will be releasing his critically acclaimed performance of Tom Petty’s “I Won’t Back Down” on “Saturday Night Live” as a single for charity. 178 more words

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Augmented Reality: The Future is Ready to Download

In our previous exploration of augmented reality technology, Inside the Innovative Mind: Virtual & Augmented Reality, we took a look at the origins of AR and how it might evolve in ways that connect people to their surroundings in new and innovative ways. 787 more words

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3 keys for Chargers offense vs. Raiders

The Chargers are fresh off of their first victory of the season and look to continue riding that momentum into Week 6 against the Raiders. 386 more words

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Alec Baldwin's Trump Takes On Starbucks And The NFL In Cold Open, Plus More 'SNL' Highlights

Kumail Nanjiani hosted “SNL” host this week, and the “Silicon Valley”/”The Big Sick” star made his “Saturday Night Live” debut in an episode that saw Alec Baldwin return as President Trump while also savagely skewering disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein. 544 more words

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'Saturday Night Live' Takes Aim At Harvey Weinstein Scandal, Pulls No Punches With Biting Commentary

“Saturday Night Live” took on the Harvey Weinstein scandal over the weekend with some seriously biting commentary that addressed the allegations against the producer and the culture of sexism and sexual harassment that permeates Hollywood. 770 more words

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Kevin Scott's "Behind the Tech"

In his photographic project “Behind the Tech,” Kevin Scott portrays the “relatively unknown” technologists who “make our modern lives possible.” “The Behind the Tech project’s singular purpose is to acknowledge the makers of technology and what they do.” 2,220 more words

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