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Latest ‘In the Heights’ Trailer Showcases the Song “96,000”

Hey, how about yet another look at In the Heights? The other big Lin-Manuel Miranda musical is headed to theaters soon, and Warner Bros. really wants to sell it as the movie of the summer. And who can blame them? It looks like a big, fun, energetic movie with a diverse cast and great songs from the guy who created Hamilton. Lots of folks can get behind that. Watch a new In the Heights trailer below featuring the song “96,000.” In the Heights Trailer – 96,000 There have already been mult...
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New In the Heights Trailer Previews 96,000 Musical Number

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Warner Bros. Pictures has released a brand new trailer for Jon M. Chu’s upcoming film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit Broadway musical In the Heights, which is scheduled to premiere on June 18 in theaters and on HBO Max. The video provides us a preview of one of the film’s big musical numbers titled “96,000,” which is now available on music streaming sites. Check out the In the Heights trailer in the player below! Written by Lin-Manuel Miranda and performed by lead st...
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New In the Heights Trailer Promises a Magical Musical Experience

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Lin-Manuel Miranda debuted a new In the Heights trailer at the 2021 Academy Awards. The new footage of Jon M. Chu’s big-screen adaptation has made its way online, and, like the previous trailers before it, promises a magical experience full of stunning choreography, and exciting musical numbers. In the Heights was originally scheduled for a 2020 and June 18 release, but will now be released on HBO Max on June 11. The last release date pitted the film against Disney-Pixar’s n...
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‘In the Heights’ Early Buzz Praises Spectacular Love Letter to New York, as Tribeca Announces Indoor-Outdoor World Premiere

Lights up on Washington Heights, as Twitter lit up with glowing reactions to In the Heights, director Jon M. Chu‘s highly anticipated feature adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda‘s acclaimed Broadway musical. Some critics got the chance to see In the Heights last year before theaters shut down amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and it seems like others had the chance to see it virtually more recently. But last night’s reactions still seemed to arrive early, considering the film isn’t set to ...
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‘In the Heights’ Will Premiere at the Tribeca Festival

The movie musical is set to play the United Palace in Washington Heights, the neighborhood where the story is set. It will also screen...
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In The Heights: Release Date, Cast And 5 Other Quick Things We Know

From Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, we travel to Washington Heights in In the Heights.
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‘In the Heights’ Moves Up Release Date One Week

We’re one week closer to visiting Washington Heights. Warner Bros. has pushed up the release date for Jon M. Chu‘s feature musical In the Heights, which opens in both theaters and HBO Max this June. Warner Bros. has moved the In the Heights release date up to June 11, 2021. It vacates its old June 18 slot, making Disney/Pixar’s Luca the only wide release that weekend. The release date change comes a few days after two new trailers for In the Heights dropped, teasing some of the big song and ...
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Warner Bros. Moves In The Heights Release Up a Week

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Warner Bros. moves In The Heights release up a week On the heels of dropping two new trailers for the film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s acclaimed Broadway musical, Warner Bros. has announced that In The Heights is coming to audiences even sooner as it moves up a week from its original June 18 release! RELATED: New In the Heights Trailers Tease the Musical Event of the Summer Originally scheduled for a 2020 and June 18 release, the film is now set to make its debu...
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New In the Heights Trailers Tease the Musical Event of the Summer

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New In the Heights trailers tease the musical event of the summer Warner Bros. Pictures has released two new In the Heights trailers for Jon M. Chu’s upcoming film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit Broadway musical, featuring new footage of the film’s powerful musical numbers. Both new videos give highlight to Anthony Ramos’ character as he retells the story of Washington Heights which is a place where people stand up for their dreams. Also starring Miranda, Corey H...
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‘In the Heights’ Trailer: Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Musical Sensation is Finally Coming to Theaters (and HBO Max)

After originally being slated for release last summer, the big screen adaptation of Hudes and Lin-Manuel Miranda‘s musical In the Heights is finally coming to theaters. But thanks to the Warner Bros. Pictures deal to bring the studio’s entire theatrical slate to HBO Max, audiences will also be able to watch from the comfort of their homes. If you’ve forgotten how infectious the first In the Heights trailer was when it arrived at the end of 2019, a new one has arrived to get your toes tapping. ...
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'We knew so little': the young film-makers who captured early quarantine life

HBO’s Covid Diaries NYC stitches together five documentary shorts by film-makers between 16-22, covering the dizzying, surreal first days of the pandemicThe middle of March 2021 will bring, for most Americans, a strange, surreal anniversary: the year mark of the horrifying realization – be it through a tweet, a cancellation, a diagnosis of a loved one or a celebrity, a lost job or gig – that the coronavirus was a very real threat that would implode the world as we knew it. For Aracelie Colón, th...
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The coronavirus variant first found in New York has spread to 14 other states, and the CDC has recorded more than 700 cases

A traffic sign reads, "quarantine for 14 days" above a road in Brooklyn on October 25, 2020 in New York City. Noam Galai/Getty Images Around 735 cases of the coronavirus variant first found in New York have been recorded in the US, a health official told Bloomberg. Gregory Armstrong, a CDC director, said 585 cases had emerged in the past two weeks. The variant had reached 15 states, he said. It's not known if it's more contagious than the original virus. Visit the Business section of Insid...
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Mentally ill homeless man confesses to NYC A train stab spree

Rigoberto Lopez, 21, was nabbed Saturday night at W. 186th St. and Audubon Ave. in Washington Heights after hundreds of cops were...
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White people received nearly half of COVID-19 vaccines in NYC despite dying at a lower rate than Black and Latino residents

Lindsay, a nurse at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, is inoculated with the coronavirus disease Morry Gash/Pool via REUTERS White New Yorkers received 48% of the nearly 300,000 vaccine jabs given to residents so far, according to new city data. Black and Latino residents made up 11% and 15% of vaccine recipients, respectively, as of January 31. The CDC found Black and Latino Americans have gotten hospitalized with COVID-19 at 3.7 and 4.1 times the rate of white people, respectively. Visi...
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What it takes to be a hand model who earns $75,000 a year

Parts models, who model their hands, feet, teeth, hair, and more, can earn up to $4,000 a day.  We spoke with a hand model about his hand-care routine, which involves moisturizing 30 times a day and two manicures a week.  He also talks about the preventative measures he takes to protect his hands, such as avoiding cats and washing dishes. While the industry shut down at the start of the pandemic, it is slowly getting back to business with social-distancing and PPE measures in place. Visit Busin...
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Affect Celebrates Giving Tuesday

I just had the best morning of 2020. As I sat at my computer, making donations to all of the wonderful charities that Affect team members chose to support this Giving Tuesday, it warmed my heart to read about our team’s personal connections and passions for so many wonderful organizations.  Thirteen charities received a direct donation from Affect today as part of our Give Back for the Holidays initiative. I have always believed that “charity starts at work,” and I am so honored to be able to...
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Research shows Hollywood is failing Latinos. People behind 'One Day at a Time' and 'Vida' share how those stories made it to TV and how the industry could push change forward.

Adam Rose/Netflix Shows like "One Day at a Time" and "Vida" earned praise for their nuanced portrayals of Latino characters, but studies show little progress has been made over the past two years in improving representation across TV and film. Business Insider interviewed the people behind these shows as well as researchers, activists, and industry leaders about why Latino communities are still overlooked on screen and how to move Hollywood forward. Showrunner Gloria Calderón Kellett and ...
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A Shuttered New York City Bar and Its Resilient Owner Star in This Moving Facebook Ad

It's estimated that roughly one-third of New York City's small businesses may never reopen, according to data from the Partnership for New York City. One such business is Coogan's, a beloved 35-year-old Irish pub in Manhattan's Washington Heights known for its eclectic clientele. Coogan's owners officially closed its doors in April, just weeks after the...
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New Kid Movie in the Works From Universal Pictures & LeBron James

New Kid movie in the works from Universal Pictures & LeBron James According to Deadline, NBA superstar LeBron James has teamed up with Universal Pictures to develop a film adaptation of New York Times bestselling author Jerry Craft’s graphic novel titled New Kid, which he will produce alongside Maverick Carter through their SpringHill Entertainment banner. RELATED: Universal & AMC Announce Agreement for Exhibition of Universal Films PB = PB || {}; PB.gptSta...
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Nobody Accurately Tracks Health Care Workers Lost to COVID-19. So She Stays Up At Night Cataloging the Dead.

This story first appeared at ProPublica. ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. When police discovered the woman, she’d been dead at home for at least 12 hours, alone except for her 4-year-old daughter. The early reports said only that she was 42, a mammogram technician at a hospital southwest of Atlanta and almost certainly a victim of COVID-19. Had her identity been withheld to protec...
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Black Activists Wonder: Is Protesting Just Trendy for White People?

NEW YORK -- Cherish Patton recalled springing into action when a friend sent her a message that a New York City police officer had grabbed a petite protester by her hood and had flung her to the pavement.Patton, who has organized several Black Lives Matter protests, posted a plea on social media for help identifying the officer. She also called her friend for details on the protester, who had been whisked to the emergency room. "Oh, it's Michelle," her friend told her."Wait, white Michelle w...
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Here are 3 things white people can do right now to help #BLM

Protests around the world are demanding an end to police discrimination and violence against black citizens in America. Author and activist Dax-Devlon Ross offers advice on how white people can help during this moment. Ross's suggestions include thinking and voting locally, supporting black-owned businesses, and practicing self-reflection. You never forget a gun being pointed at your head. In 1999, Dax-Devlon Ross and I were heading from Washington Heights to the Upper West Side for dinner. We...
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George Floyd protests: violence escalates overnight after Trump's threat to deploy army – live

Protests in Philadelphia met with aggression from policeFour officers shot in St LouisTrump’s threat to deploy military raises spectre of fascismTeargas fired so Trump can pose at churchWidespread curfews fail to stop fresh wave of protestsSign up to our First Thing newsletter 12.22pm BST Outside St John’s, the Church of the Presidents, Trump stood with bible in hand. It caused widespread outrage and widespread quoting of a line about American fascism attributed to the novelist Sinclair Lewi...
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Warner Bros. Gives In the Heights New Summer 2021 Release Date

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Warner Bros. Gives In the Heights New Summer 2021 Release Date Warner Bros. has given a new release date for Jon M. Chu’s musical drama In the Heights, which is now set to debut on June 18, 2021. The movie is currently set to open against an untitled Pixar animated 3D movie from Disney. RELATED: In The Heights Director Jon M. Chu Opens Up About Delay Warner Bros.’ upcoming In the Heights film adaptation is based on Lin-Manuel Miranda‘s award-winning Broadway musical of the...
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The German Jews Who Escaped Hitler, and Made New York Their Home

Lin-Manuel Miranda gives a nod to the Jews of New York’s Washington Heights in his musical—soon to be a movie—In the Heights, about Dominican immigrants. A shopfront sign peels away, revealing one once catering to the area’s Jewish community, 37 percent of the neighborhood at mid-century.These mixed ethnic layers inform the Leo Baeck Institute for the Study of German-Jewish History and Culture’s Refuge in the Heights: The German Jews of Washington Heights, an exhibit now sadly delayed because of...
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In The Heights Director Jon M. Chu Opens Up About Delay

BEGIN SLIDESHOW In The Heights director Jon M. Chu opens up about delay Musical fans were dealt a devastating blow yesterday with the announcement that the film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s In the Heights was being pulled from Warner Bros’ release calendar amidst global pandemic concerns and now director Jon M. Chu has opened up about his feelings on the film’s delay. (Via Insider) RELATED: Warner Bros. Postpones Wonder Woman 1984, In The Heights & More “We want people to have t...
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Coronavirus Deaths Hit 15, Infection Shows New Signs of New York Spread

The death toll for the 2019 novel coronavirus spiked in the United States on Friday to a total of 15, while infections in New York state jumped to 44, double the figure a day earlier.“The number will continue to go up because it’s mathematics,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said early Friday. “The more you test, the more you will find.”The numbers in New York rose in recent days from 11 to 22 to 33 to 44, with cases in Westchester County, Nassau County, and New York City. By Friday, Gap’s Manhattan headquar...
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New York City Lawyer, Family, Neighbors Infected with Coronavirus

A Manhattan lawyer who contracted the 2019 novel coronavirus was in critical condition Wednesday, and his wife, son, daughter, and several neighbors were infected, too.Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that the new cases—bringing New York’s total number of confirmed patients to 11—were all linked to attorney, who lives in Westchester County. Cuomo has said that the man had an underlying health condition, putting him at increased risk for severe infection.The infected lawyer checked into a suburban hos...
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Amid Broader Slump, Buyers Seeking Affordability Face Toughest Market

Prices of Manhattan’s least expensive homes increased by a staggering 8.9% in February New York, NY – Feb. 19, 2020 (PRNewswire) The sluggish Manhattan sales market persisted in January, but one segment of the market is heating up. In the bottom 20% of the Manhattan market, home prices bucked the wider trend, rising 8.9% to $480,438 according to the StreetEasy Price Indexi. The increase in prices at the low end of the market signals heightened demand for affordable options in Manh...
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The 50 Best Podcasts to Listen to Right Now

This is the third year in a row we’ve recommended podcasts to TIME readers. It’s a testament to the growth of the medium that we are able easily to fill a list with 50 new shows each year. Many of the pods on this year’s roundup try to explain our current political and social moment. Several miniseries from 2019 try to contextualize complicated news stories that have dominated headlines — the rise and fall of Silicon Valley phenom Elizabeth Holmes, the arrest and suicide football star Aaron...
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