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Yungblud wants to ‘destroy pop pedestal’ | Entertainment
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Yungblud wants to ‘destroy pop pedestal’ | Entertainment

Yungblud wants to "destroy the pedestal of a pop star".The 25-year-old singer - whose real name is Dominic Harrison - wants to "stand for truth and connection" and to help people find the freedom to express who they really are.He said: "I want to destroy what it means to play by the rules. I want to stand for truth and connection and beautiful expression. I want people to be free to be themselves.“I feel there is so much in the world, yet everyone is searching for love. If you had said that to me at 19 I would have said it was clichéd b*******, but it’s true.”The 'Fleabag' singer admitted early criticism of his image and music hurt but now he's happy to be ...
Ethnic celebration | Johnstown Slavic Festival will feature authentic entertainment, food, crafts | Entertainment
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Ethnic celebration | Johnstown Slavic Festival will feature authentic entertainment, food, crafts | Entertainment

JOHNSTOWN, Pa. – Slavic entertainment, food, crafts and presentations will be featured at this ethnic celebration.The seventh annual Johnstown Slavic Festival will be held from 4 to 10 p.m. Friday and from noon to 9:30 p.m. Sept. 17 in the parking lot and the courtyard of the Heritage Discovery Center, 201 Sixth Ave., in the Cambria City section of Johnstown.“The festival is held here at the Heritage Discovery Center because its themes, including immigration to the area and steel and coal history, are directly related to the history of Slavs in this region,” said Richard Burkert, president and CEO of Johnstown Area Herita...
Christiansburg council approves change regarding pool halls | Govt and Politics
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Christiansburg council approves change regarding pool halls | Govt and Politics

CHRISTIANSBURG — The town council approved a code change this past week that provides a path for the opening of billiards or pool halls where alcoholic beverages are also sold.The council, on a 5-0 vote, approved an amendment that allows billiards in a room where alcoholic beverages are being sold only if the elected body grants a conditional use permit.Councilwoman Tanya Hockett abstained from the vote and explained her reasons.“Where my husband is general manager of Bull & Bones, at one point they could take advantage of this change,” she said. “I feel like I need to abstain from this vote.”Bull & Bones is a restaurant and brewery in Blacksburg that also features pool tables as part of the entertainment.The recent code change was prompted by business owner Ron...