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"Top Gun: Maverick" is set to land in living rooms soon. The hit sequel film will debut on Paramount-plus on December 22nd. The Tom Cruise led movie is the highest grossing movie at the worldwide and domestic box office this year, bringing in more than one-point-four-billion across the world. The film also stars Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm and Val Kilmer.
Gifts that were given to past New York City mayors are going up for auction. The New York Times reports the items up for bids include a Louis Vuitton soccer ball given to former Mayor Rudy Giuliani, an apple-shaped paperweight given to David Dinkins by Diana Ross, and a pair of Nike Air Force Ones autographed by the rapper and actor Ice-T to Mayor Mike Bloomberg. The auction is underway at PublicSurplus-dot-com. Proceeds from the auctions will benefit the Municipal Archives Reference and Research Fund that helps preserve historical records.
A Missouri man is headed for prison after pleading guilty to a bank robbery. Authorities in Springfield, Missouri say Michael Conley Loyd admitted to stealing more than 700-dollars from a bank this past July. He says he committed the crime to prove a point to his girlfriend. However, he never explained what point he was trying to make. Here's the dumb crook part: Loyd robbed the bank while wearing an ankle monitor from a past offense. And, to top it off, he wrote his demand note on his birth certificate. Loyd faces up to 20 years when he's sentenced.
DJ, record executive, record producer and rapper DJ Khaled is giving a couple of lucky fans the chance to stay inside his sneaker closet. The found of We The Best Music announced his plans along with Airbnb to give two fans an experience they won't forget. The guests will be able to stay in a reimagined version of Khaled's massive "sneaker kingdom" from December 5th to the December 6th for just eleven-dollars a night. The low price is based on DJ Khaled's actual shoe size.
A man is apologizing after posting online a video that shows him relieving himself atop a sacred summit in Hawaii. After facing harsh backlash, he posted a six-minute apology video. The man says he recently moved to the Big Island and had no idea the mountain was sacred to so many people. The Department of Land and Natural Resources says what the man did was disrespectful, but not illegal.
Turkey is in shorter supply this year thanks to the avian flu, but that may be just fine as a study finds nearly 30-percent of American adults don't like turkey anyway. "The Vacationer," an online travel guide, surveyed Americans across the country. Cranberry sauce is number one on the dislike list, while turkey is number two. Green bean casserole is number three. Then, in order: ham, coleslaw, sweet potatoes or yams, stuffing and pumpkin pie.