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Former President Donald Trump’s upcoming trial in New York City has caused a stir among local bodega owners, who are preparing for potential disruptions and security measures. The trial, which is set to take place in September, will be held at a federal courthouse just blocks away from many bodegas, leading to concerns about street closures and increased police presence. Bodega owners are also worried about the impact on their businesses, as the trial could deter customers and disrupt their daily operations. Despite these concerns, many bodega owners are determined to stay open and continue serving their communities during this high-profile event.

Read more at: https://www.politico.com/news/2024/04/17/trump-trial-new-york-bodega-00152892

At CinemaCon, the annual gathering of movie theater owners, Warner Bros. announced that a sequel to the 1988 cult classic “Beetlejuice” is in the works. The original film’s director, Tim Burton, is set to return along with stars Michael Keaton and Catherine O’Hara. The studio also revealed that the new film will be titled “Beetlejuice: The Musical” and will feature original songs by Danny Elfman. Fans of the beloved dark comedy can expect the sequel to bring back the same quirky and macabre humor that made the original a hit.

Read more at: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movies/movie-news/beetlejuice-beetlejuice-movie-michael-keaton-catherine-ohara-cinemacon-1235870211/

Apple iPhone users typically upgrade their phones less than Android owners, often choosing to wait two and a half years or more before upgrading. Android users on the other hand, upgrade their smartphones much more frequently, with the majority of users staying loyal to their brands and upgrading within the same system. For more tech-savvy users, they often explore the market and switch to more up-to-date brands. iPhones offer a reliable, user-friendly experience with a long expected lifespan, but Android provides a large variety and frequent updates that may keep users more engaged.