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Ben Gibbard Covers “Centerfield” For Seattle Mariners Opening Day Ceremony: Watch

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It feels like forever ago that we were getting new Ben Gibbard covers every single week as part of his lockdown livestream series. He stopped doing those back in May, but he revived the practice to support his local team the Seattle Mariners for their Opening Day virtual ceremony, which took place last week, though his performance was just uploaded online today. (The team has been playing games all week.) He set up his acoustic guitar on an empty T-Mobile Park field to perform a cover of John Fogerty’s baseball standard “Centerfield,” updating some of the lyrics to reflect Gibbard’s own Mariners fandom.

Gibbard, along with the rest of Death Cab For Cutie, is contributing an ’00s cover to our fundraising compilation. Wonder what they will do! Just kidding, I already know.

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Who Is Cindy in ‘The Boys’? Meet Ess Hödlmoser’s Character

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You may not have heard of Ess before, but you’ve definitely seen some of their work. As a stunt double and contortionist, Ess’ ability to perform mind-bending tricks and stunts has landed them roles in some of the biggest sci-fi and horror titles out there. 

Sometimes credited under the name “Sarah Hödlmoser,” Ess is the talent behind Pennywise’s horrifying twists and contortions in the movie It, as well as Margot Robbie’s stunt double for Suicide Squad.

Some of their other credits include the hit sci-fi show The Expanse, Titans, and The Handmaid’s Tale.

According to their Expanse Fandom page, Ess was diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), and took up Muay Thai as a method of therapy after they were discharged from psychiatric treatment. 

In addition to their stunt performer roles, Ess has a few small acting roles. Besides their role in The Boys, they also played Copperhead in Code 8 and Contortionist in Titans.

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Enzo Palumbo (‘Big Brother 22’): ‘It’s kill or be killed’ heading into final stretch of ‘All-Stars’

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“It’s kill or be killed,” proclaimed Enzo Palumbo at the end of Sunday’s episode of “Big Brother 22.” Even though the self-proclaimed “Meow-Meow” isn’t part of the dominant “Committee” alliance, he’s still managed to work his way into several final three deals, including “Wise Guys 1” with Memphis Garrett and Cody Calafiore and “Wise Guys 2” with Memphis and Christmas Abbott. Could Enzo be a dark horse to win the entire “All-Stars” season, which is scheduled to end October 28 on CBS?

After Cody won this week’s golf-themed Head of Household competition, he put up the only two people he didn’t talk game with: Kevin Campbell and David Alexander. But Enzo, who originally came in third place back in “BB12,” is already looking ahead and thinking about what might happen once the house gets so low in numbers the major alliances will have to eat each other.

“If David or Kevin come off the block, Cody’s gonna be in a little bit of a pickle,” Enzo said in the Diary Room after the nominations ceremony. “There’s no easy options after this week. There’s all really good players left in this house. I think we’re gonna see a lot more crying. There’s gonna be a lot more backstabbing. There’s gonna be a lot more blood. It’s kill or be killed at this point, man. So, just buckle up and get ready ’cause it’s gonna get crazy.”

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Cody doesn’t even want to entertain a potential backdoor scenario, telling the camera, “It’s very important that these two stay nominated.” He later added, “But if either Kevin or David are able to take themselves off the block it’s not too early to put up one of my alliance members. We’re at that point. It is gonna get very intense, very quickly.”

Enzo hopes that if the Veto saves either Kevin or David, then Cody puts up Christmas. Apparently his “Wise Guys 2” alliance with her doesn’t mean much in the long run. He spilled the beans to Cody prior to the nominations ceremony about both versions of the “Wise Guys,” so we’ll have to wait and see whether Memphis comes under fire for creating two alliances — with the same name — with two different groups of people.

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The Vow: How Long Did Barbara Bouchey Date Keith Raniere?

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HBO’s The Vow dives deep into the history of NXIVM and its former members, including founder Keith Raniere’s ex-girlfriend, Barbara Bouchey. Bouchey first met Raniere in the spring of 2000 through her friend and former therapist, Nancy Salzman. Bouchey — who was working as a financial planner — was going through a divorce at the time, so Salzman encouraged her to join the “self-help group,” where she was introduced to Raniere. “Keith was a very dynamic person,” Bouchey said in a 2018 interview with Megyn Kelly. “He was very soft-spoken, very engaging in dialogues. He was funny, he was witty, he could play the piano.”

A few months later, a romantic connection formed between Bouchey and Raniere, and the two began dating. “Dating Keith Raniere did not look like going to dinner or a weekend at the beach. Keith didn’t do those kind of social things,” she explained. “My observation of how it looked to other people was I was his soulmate, his companion, and his significant girlfriend.”

“I was his soulmate, his companion, and his significant girlfriend.”

Even though Bouchey initially believed she and Raniere were in a committed relationship, she later found out that he was involved with 12 other women from the organization. “I didn’t know for a year that there was anybody else he was involved with,” Bouchey said. “I and other people got to see the glimmers of this dark side of Keith and the abuse within his inner circle that started to trickle down.”

By 2009, Bouchey decided to break things off with Raniere and leave NXIVM for good. “I gave it the Girl Scout try, I really did,” Bouchey said. After fleeing the cult, Bouchey then found herself being harassed by Raniere’s followers and eventually became a whistleblower, one of the “NXIVM Nine,” who confronted Raniere about the abuse in the group and notified authorities. Raniere is currently being held at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, NY, where he is awaiting sentencing for convictions of racketeering, sex trafficking, and forced labor conspiracy.

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