Golden State Warriors deny listening to Rihanna in the locker room

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Rihanna who? Never heard of her.

Star player Steph Curry and other members of the warriors have gone to great lengths to deny a taste for RiRi, probably, most people think, because the she’s expertly trolling them from courtside seats, living her best life as a mega-LeBron James fan. 

Curry was asked if the team listens to Rihanna in the locker room and he denied that the team had ever listened to her, after Rihanna and Kevin Durant had a championship level staring contest.

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“I don’t think it was on there to begin with,” Curry said of Rihanna’s music, after listening to her yell ‘BRICK’ all night. Read more…

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Ariana Grande comforts Manchester high school choir singer during emotional performance

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The Manchester benefit concert led by Ariana Grande not only came off without a hitch, it delivered one of the most heartwarming live moments between a fan and a star we’ve seen all year. 

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During Grande’s performance with the Parrs Wood High School Choir from Manchester, the choir’s 12 year-old soloist, Natasha Seth, wavered with emotion while trying to continue her performance alongside Grande. 

As soon as Grande noticed, she pulled Seth in closer and helped her make it through the rest of the song, ending the performance with an embrace of the talented young singer that drew tearful cheers from the audience.  Read more…

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Prophets of Rage pay tribute to Chris Cornell, with help from Serj Tankian

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System of a Down lead singer Serj Tankian joined the Prophets of Rage in Germany on Saturday for a cover of “Like A Stone.”

It was a tribute to Chris Cornell, who fronted both the song and the band associated with it — Audioslave — on their self-titled 2002 debut. The supergroup matched the Soundgarden lead singer up with three former members of Rage Against the Machine: Tom Morello, Tim Commerford, and Brad Wilk.

That same trio continues to play together in Prophets, a supergroup they formed with DJ Lord and Chuck D (of Public Enemy) and B-Real (of Cypress Hill) in 2016. Both MCs ceded the stage to Tankian during a performance at the Rock Im Park festival in Nuremberg, Germany. Read more…

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15 best items for those who are obsessed with outer space

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Outer space is a polarizing concept. Some people are terrified, while others can’t get enough.

Consider this a little tribute to those of you who are mesmerized by both the stars and the science behind those stars, by those distant unknown planets out there that may contain frozen water, and by detailed images of Saturn’s rings.

Show your passion for the universe beyond ours using the list of items below.

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1Moon light

Image: the apollo box

Bring the moon out of the night sky and into your home with this elegant moon lamp. Read more…

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U.S. mayors and governors defy Trump, will stick to Paris agreement anyway

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Cities and states across the U.S. will keep fighting climate change, despite President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the country from the Paris Climate Agreement.

Local leaders from across the country say they’re not backing down from America’s commitments under the historic climate accord. In recent days governors and nearly 200 mayors — from small towns to megacities — have vowed to collectively reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions and adopt clean energy technologies.

Their swift response offers more than just a dose of cheerful optimism. It signals that America’s hard-fought progress on climate issues won’t be so easily dismantled just because climate deniers and fossil fuel industry allies hold the top seats in the U.S. government, observers said. Read more…

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Man fleeing London attack with beer in hand becomes unlikely symbol of London pride

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A young man who fled yesterday’s terrorist attacks with a pint of beer in hand has become something of an internet hero.

The photo, which has been retweeted over 28,000 times, features the man fleeing from the scene with a pint of beer in hand. For some, the photo provided a moment of profoundly dark comedy on a day otherwise entirely colored by tragedy.

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“People fleeing #LondonBridge but the bloke on the right isn’t spilling a drop. God Bless the Brits!” Howard Mannella, who posted a photo of the tweet, wrote. Read more…

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Miley Cyrus joins Pharrell for ‘Happy’ at One Love Manchester

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Pharrell Williams got serious with the One Love Manchester crowd after a rousing, Daft Punk-free rendition of 2013’s song of the summer, “Get Lucky.”

“You know, I’m bowing…” he said after bending low in front of the cheering crowd, “…I’m bowing because despite all the things that have been going on in this place, I don’t feel or smell or hear or see any fear in this building.

“All we feel here tonight is love, resilience, positivity. And you know what? I hate to be corny, but it actually makes me….”

He let the statement hang for a moment before shouting out “Miley Cyrus!” As the band kicked into Williams’ award-winning Despicable Me 2 tune, “Happy,” Cyrus sauntered out onto the stage and joined in for a duet to kick off her own set. Read more…

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‘Broad City’ Season 4 trailer says ‘f*ck you’ to Trump

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Abbi and Ilana are back on Aug. 23 and here’s a Broad City Season 4 trailer to give you a peek at some of the shenanigans they’ll get up to and celebrities they’ll cross paths with. 

As fans have no doubt come to expect from the Comedy Central series, sex, and drugs are front-and-center here. But in the midst of the ravings, contortions, and weird, animated asides you can also catch glimpses of celebs like Steve Buscemi, Shania Twain, Wanda Sykes, and RuPaul.

Of course, in the effed up political landscape that 2017 has given us, the money moment is — to no great surprise — a Trump dig. You’ll never see it coming. Read more…

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‘Veep’ creator tells Trump to ‘shut the **** up’ after misleading London tweet

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In a single, Sunday morning tweet, Donald Trump stooped to the level of perennial Veep loser, Jonah Ryan.

Armando Iannucci, creator of the hit HBO series and a U.K. native, took to Twitter after 45 directed a misleading tweet at the Mayor of London in the aftermath of Saturday evening’s terror attacks. Iannucci’s sage advice? “Sit the shit down and shut the shit up.”

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Trump received an angry response from Iannucci, J.K. Rowling, and others on Sunday morning when he subtweeted derisively at Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London. Khan is on Twitter (@SadiqKhan), but Trump couldn’t be troubled to address him directly — whether out of ignorance or plain, old cowardice Read more…

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When is Apple WWDC 2017 and how do I watch it?

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Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference is back. We’re expecting to hear about Siri, Augmented Reality and more. Here’s what you need to know:

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When is Apple WWDC 2017?

The conference will take place June 5 – 9  at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. The event kicks off at 10 am Pacific Time. 

How do I watch it? 

You can follow along on Apple’s WWDC website or on the WWDC app on your iPhone or iPad. 

Mashable’s Lance’s Ulanoff, Sam Sheffer and Karissa Bell will be reporting live from the event. You can follow along at MashableTech on Twitter. Read more…

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