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Music Industry Moves: Metallica Expands Scholars Initiative Program Nationwide, Announces Benefit Concert and Auction

Thania Garcia All Within My Hands, the non-profit, philanthropic organization created by the members and management of Metallica, is expanding its Metallica Scholars Initiative across the United States. A total of 18 new schools join the roster of existing MSI community colleges, with each new school receiving $75,000 to enhance the student experience within career and technical education programs. The Metallica Scholars Initiative now has a presence in 60 colleges across all 50 states and the territory of Guam.

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Celebs and Hollywood power players are turning on Joe Biden after George Clooney ditched him: sources
millions of dollars and crucial A-list supportthey rely on.Tinseltown is arguably the most important and influential Democratic stronghold in the country, but The Post can reveal thefury behind the scenes as a wealth of power players and A-listers feel they have been conned into raising cash for ailing President Biden’s re-election without being told the true extent of his decline.Not only are people moving their money and putting their funding into congressional races, but the Biden campaign is struggling to find ‘surrogates’; celebrity supporters to stump for the President, according to well-placed sources.Biden has so far received no public support from big hitters such as Beyoncé,Jay-Z and Taylor Swift, who all endorsed his 2020 campaign.“You really do need the celebrity factor, you need Hollywood,” said one former Obama campaign staffer, “That’s how we get the youth vote. It’s not Joe who gets the 18-29 year olds to come out to vote.”When asked whether the Hollywood ‘cool girls’, like influential actress and producer ReeseWitherspoon, will join the campaign, one top industry insider was doubtful.
Comedian Bill Burr says ‘I f–king hate liberals’ at UC Berkeley show, calls out hypocrisy
Comedian Bill Burr called out the hypocrisy of liberals during a show on UC Berkeley’s campus over the weekend, reportedly telling the audience that he “f—ing hate[s]” them.Burr, never one to shy away from controversial topics, covered everything from his relationship with his wife and the ongoing Israel-Gaza war, to transgender rights and Biden’s cognitive decline, before wading into his issues with liberals, the San Francisco Gate reported.“I f—ing hate liberals,” Burr reportedly told the audience on Saturday. The outlet said it was clear he was referring specifically to “White liberals,” and that he took issue with their hypocrisy, not necessarily their political ideology.He proceeded to call out people who put “Black Lives Matter” signs in their windows without taking any quantifiable actions.“That’s like if I told you my great-grandmother in Germany had a ‘Knock it off, Nazis’ sign,” he said, according to the outlet.The comic continued, “If you run into a White person who says they’re an empath, run the other way.” Burr said such people “like making other peoples’ suffering about [themselves].”At a different point in the show, Burr seemed surprised at how the Berkeley crowd laughed at a joke about President Biden having dementia, SF Gate reported.This isn’t the first time Burr took the opportunity to air his frustration with liberals in public.
James Christian Kimmel (born November 13, 1967) is an American television host, comedian, writer, and producer. He is the host and executive producer of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, a late-night talk show that premiered on ABC on January 26, 2003 at Hollywood Masonic Temple in Hollywood, California; and on April 1, 2019, at a secondary home, the Zappos Theater on the Las Vegas Strip. Kimmel hosted the Primetime Emmy Awards in 2012 and 2016, and the Academy Awards in 2017 and 2018.