Jack Nicklaus may have won more major championships than Palmer: 18 to Arnie 7. Michael Jordan may have moved more product. But the growth of golf, the growth of all sports as a marketing force boosting the bottom line of multibillion dollar corporations, owes a debt to King..
The 92nd Academy Awards arrived last night (February 9th) featuring some rather outstanding live performances. Not only did we see Idina Menzel and Aurora performing Into the Unknown from Frozen 2, but Eminem also made a surprise appearance with a version of his 2002 hit Lose Yourself. Meanwhile Billie Eilish stunned audiences with a moving cover of The Beatles’ Yesterday for the In Memoriam section of the night..
“Greg’s one of the best pros you could work with. I’m not talking about one incidence here, I think that takes away from a good performance. We won the game 4 0, and if I was Jim I would be concentrating on what happened to his team second have as opposed to accusing other players of cheating or diving.
6 riot at the Capitol. Trump trial in the Senate begins Tuesday. “I would listen to the testimony I would listen to the evidence,” Cheney told “Fox News Sunday.” “I obviously believe and did then that what we already know is enough for his impeachment.
Late last week the national food delivery service DoorDash donated $500,000 to the fund, which will be distributed as $5,000 grants to individual restaurants. Over 570 applications were received by Wednesday morning, three days after the fund began taking applications. While more than 350 have already been vetted and deemed eligible, the current funding allows for only 100 grants..
There’s no denying that college kids always love a good dose of nostalgia in their lives. At this age we can’t get enough of the stuff, with the impending push of the real world drawing near with every consecutive year we finish at Cal. For those who desire it, this week’s dose of awesome childhood nostalgia comes in the form of the announcement of the return of the “Powerpuff Girls!”.
Four hundred and sixty seven hours of stitching went into Crystal C. Mercer’s new children’s book, “From Cotton to Silk: The Magic of Black Hair.” Out on Et Alia Press March 20, the hardback book’s narrative was conceived during Mercer’s time living in Accra, Ghana, and is told through “textile renderings that blend cloth, culture, and the superpowers of the kinky, curly coif.” We talked with Mercer about family, Black hair and the book ahead of its release. Mercer, Jr., from whom you take your middle initial.