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‘Time' cover star and superhero ER nurse Amy O'Sullivan on using radio to get by during hard times

Amy O’Sullivan’s heroism landed her on the cover of Time Magazine’s Top 100 Most Influential People and now she is talking with RADIO.COM’s Kelly Ford.
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How to know if your supermarket is full before you go

If you need to venture out to pick up groceries and want to limit your amount of contact with other people, there’s a fast and easy way to found out in real-time how many people are at your supermarket. Learn more here.
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Moderna says its COVID-19 vaccine 94.5% effective in first analysis

The US-based biotech company Moderna says its Covid-19 vaccine is 94.5% effective in first analysis giving hope for a possible second vaccine option against the deadly virus.
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Will concerts require vaccinations or coronavirus tests before returning?

Amid news a coronavirus vaccine will be distributed within the next year, Ticketmaster and Live Nation are mulling potential safety requirements for concert goers which include proof of vaccination, or negative COVID-19 testing.
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Pfizer says early data signals COVID-19 vaccine is 90% effective

Pfizer says an early look at data from its potential COVID-19 vaccine shows it to more than 90% effective, a result that is much better than expected if the trend continues.
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Save Our Stages Fest announces full weekend lineup

October 16-18, the NIVA is bringing three full days of live music to your screen with artists performing from small and indie venues across the country in order to raise awareness and funds for struggling music venues.
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Foo Fighters, Dave Matthews, and more get together to 'Save Our Stages'

Some of the biggest acts from across the musical spectrum are coming together to bring epic live performances into fans’ homes as part of the Save Our Stages Festival, taking place October 16-18 on YouTube.
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Despite the police and pandemic, this bar can't quit karaoke - and it cost them

According to the New York Post, a karaoke bar WeGo KTV in Queens was busted for the third time in a month for disregarding New York’s coronavirus laws.
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Elton John responds to accusations of breaking mask-wearing rules in Italy

According to The Guardian, Italy’s leading consumers’ association, Codacons, filed a complaint with authorities, saying Elton should be fined more than $1,000 for breaking the region’s mandatory mask rules.
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Van Morrison Releases 'Dangerous' Protest Songs Against Pandemic Lockdown

“I’m not telling people what to do or think, the government is doing a great job of that already,” says singer Van Morrison, criticizing the use of masks to help stop the spread of COVID-19. “It’s about freedom of choice…”
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EDM Waterpark Party Draws Thousands in Wuhan, China

The Wuhan Maya Beach Water Park hosted an outdoor EDM concert offering a stark contrast to the situation the Chinese city found itself in earlier on this year. Organizers of the event restricted capacity to 50% from the normal size of 15,000.
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