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Sam Smith Delays Third Studio Album, Says Timing ‘Doesn’t Feel Right’

Sam Smith took to Instagram this morning (March 30) to reveal that his upcoming third studio album, previously titled 'To Die For,' will be renamed and pushed back to later this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Machine Gun Kelly And Yungblud Hopped In The Studio After Juice WRLD Died

Machine Gun Kelly's forthcoming album, 'Tickets to My Downfall,' will feature another collaboration with Yungblud. He told MTV News about linking back up with his pal after Juice WRLD died to make more music.

Color Billie Eilish’s Hair Neon Green With Her Charitable Coloring Book

Billie Eilish and Anderson .Paak shared colorful ways for fans to get creative while practicing social distancing as they both introduced a series of fun coloring pages for fans to fill in.

These UC Santa Cruz Graduate Students Are Striking For Better Working Conditions

The student workers at UCSC first decided to withhold from submitting undergraduates’ grades by the fall quarter deadline of December 18, an action the university told them was an “abandonment of your job responsibilities,” but the movement soon escalated to a labor strike. By early February 2020, 82 student workers refused to submit grades, and over 300 refused to teach classes, hold office hours, or conduct research. In response, the university sent dismissal letters to 54 student workers regarding their teaching assistant positions in the upcoming spring term on February 28, and 28 other student workers were told they would “no longer be considered” for teaching positions.

Demi Lovato Accidentally Walked Into Her Rumored Boyfriend’s Instagram Live — And It Was Adorable

Demi Lovato accidentally walked into rumored boyfriend Max Ehrich's recent Instagram Live. When the 'Young and Restless' star told her he was broadcasting live, the 'anyone' singer laughed and quickly exited the frame.

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Acts of kindness

By Ken RaymondColleges continue to help out the health care workers, and one health care network is looking for some kind words for those on the front lines of this pandemic.Giving moreOU Medicine reports that it received a donation from the University of Oklahoma Research, the Biology Department, Stephenson Research and Technology Center, and many others across the university.

Watch: OKC filmmaker Kyle William Roberts and crew create stop-motion animated tribute to the 1990 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' movie

By Brandy McDonnellCowabunga! If you're looking for a nostalgic boost on a rainy Monday during the coronavirus pandemic, an Oklahoma City filmmaking team has got you covered. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the 1990"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" film, OKC filmmaker Kyle William Roberts ("The Posthuman Project") and his crew at Reckless Abandonment Pictures have released a stop-motion recreation of the movie's trailer, using NECA action figures:With more than 3,500 individual pictures, Roberts and Co.

Macy's to furlough majority of its 125,000 workers

NEW YORK (AP) — Macy's says it will temporarily stop paying tens of thousands of employees who were thrown out of work when the chain closed its stores in response to collapsing sales during the pandemic.The majority of its 125,000 employees, including stock people and sales clerks, will still collect health benefits, but the company said that it is transitioning to an "absolute minimum workforce" needed to maintain basic operations.

The Latest: WHO chief talks use of face masks in virus fight

The Latest on the coronavirus pandemic. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people.

Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Virtual interfaith prayer service is set

Staff reportsThe Interfaith Alliance of Oklahoma will host a virtual Interfaith Prayer Event at 5 p.m. Monday on Facebook Live.Interfaith Alliance leaders said the event link is www.facebook.com/InterfaithOK.They said representatives from as many of the Oklahoma faith groups as possible are expected to participate and pray for the state in in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis.

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