Back like we left something, welcome to episode 5! On this ep we talk about several new music releases, Tekashi 6ix9ine trolling Chicago hip-hop artist, Greg Hardy winning his UFC contract after a knock out blow being delivered in just 57 seconds, CM PUNK and if he’s done in UFC, what’s next for both LeBron James and Kawhi Leonard in the NBA and Aquaman being up next for DC Comics and Warner Bros. Entertainment.
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hree weeks after ABC abruptly canceled its top-rated series, Roseanne, the network has finally found a replacement show: a spinoff of the sitcom starring everyone but Roseanne Barr, whose racist tweet caused the show to be shelved in the first place.
Following aggressive talks with exec producer Tom Werner, the Disney-owned broadcaster has handed out a 10-episode, straight-to-series order for the spinoff. The series will take over Roseanne’s Tuesdays at 8 p.m. time slot.
The Conners will star original cast members John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, Sara Gilbert, Lecy Goranson and Michael Fishman. Barr will, according to ABC, have no financial or creative involvement in the spinoff.
Karen Lewis is stepping down as president of the Chicago Teachers Union, the union confirmed Friday.
She has submitted retirement papers to the Chicago Board of Education. Lewis recently underwent brain surgery for ongoing cancer treatment.
“It’s just the health situation,” Lewis told the Chicago Tribune. “I can’t do it at my best.”
“I want my members to know first that I’m not abandoning them, I just will be an emerita,” Lewis said told the newspaper. “I will be around to help do things, I’m not disappearing anywhere and I’m going to be here for whatever people want to do with me.”
A statement from Lewis or the union is expected Friday afternoon.
Source: WGN News
The nation's capital will have some interesting guest in August. The National Park Service has approved an initial request for organizers to hold a second "Unite the Right" rally. The rally will take place across the street from the White House. The first "Unite the Right" rall was held in 2017 in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The park service has given initial approval to an application from Jason Kessler to hold a "white civil rights rally" on Aug. 11 and 12, as first reported by WUSA9. Kessler, along with white supremacist Richard Spencer and others, organized the 2017 rally, during which a woman was killed. The park service has not yet issued a permit for the event.
Last year in Charlottesville, white nationalists and supporters faced off in clashes with counterprotesters. A self-described neo-Nazi drove a car into a crowd of anti-racist protesters, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer and injuring more than a dozen others.
President Trump drew fierce backlash after blaming "many sides" for the violence. Protesters came out in cities across the country the day after his remarks to condemn white supremacists.
We talking about Nas, The Carters, This weather and today's hot topic is all about Trust! Would you be ok with letting your spouse go on vacation with his/her ex-spouse and their child, without you?
Nothing says more about the release of a new app from a social media giant than technical difficulties or an early released blog post, spoiling the news.
Facebook’s Instagram app is loosening its restraints on video in an attempt to lure younger viewers away from YouTube. The expansion announced Wednesday, dubbed IGTV, will increase Instagram’s video time limit from one minute to 10 minutes for most users.
GTV is launching now as a standalone app for iOS and Android and will also be available in the main Instagram app.
At its heart, IGTV will be both a hub within the existing Instagram app, as well as a new dedicated app that will allow users to watch IGTV videos. These are basically vertical videos produced by some of Instagram’s top creators, and curated based on past viewing behavior of Instagram’s users.
According to his twitter account, former WCW Heavyweight Champion Big Van Vader, who's real name was Leon White, has passed away at the age of 63. This comes after a lengthy battle with severe pneumonia.
White became famous performing in World Championship Wrestling, where he won the top title, and later in the World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment. He also played professional football with the Los Angeles Rams, playing in Super Bowl XIV against the Pittsburgh Steelers being one of his career highlights.
Along with performing with many smaller wrestling promotions over the years, Vader has also worked with New Japan Pro Wrestling, Total Nonstop Action, All Japan Pro Wrestling, and Pro Wrestling Noah.
By: Everyday Jay
Watch as Goalden Chyld flips Drake's "Nice For What" into a ode for our melanin filled beautiful black women everywhere.
Goalden Chyld flips Drake's breakout record and turns it into a ode for the strong black women that are rarely shown their worth in this world so my beautiful black women this one is for y'all......