Drive-in theatres becoming a “thing” again amid corona outbreak?
Mar19

Drive-in theatres becoming a “thing” again amid corona outbreak?

Drive-in movie theaters are making a comeback. The theaters are seeing an uptick in business across the country as audiences practice social distancing. Michael Ray, 11, watches a trailer before a movie at the Paramount Drive-In on Tuesday night. The two-screen theater is in Paramount near the 105 Freeway. (Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times) Drive-in theaters have long been viewed as an anachronistic diversion — perhaps worthy of an...

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Las Vegas Goes Dark!
Mar19

Las Vegas Goes Dark!

The city most known for it’s entertainment industry, thriving nightlife, and mesmerizing light shows is pretty dark these days in the midst of the current pandemic spread of the COVID-19. Governor Steve Sisolak shut down the City of Las Vegas (aka “THE CITY THAT NEVER SLEEPS”), along with the rest of the state, for a minimum of thirty days. In order to slow the rampant spread of COVID-19 aka “Corona Virus”, all...

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Americans flood to Mexico in hopes of finding toliet paper, food, and water
Mar18

Americans flood to Mexico in hopes of finding toliet paper, food, and water

Desperate Californians are flooding into Northern Baja in search of water, toilet paper and other items. An hour before the Costco in Tijuana opened Tuesday morning, there was already a line forming. Employees said that in recent days, by 10 a.m., there have been 600 people in line. They know this because the store only has 600 shopping carts and those have all been taken. They also said it’s been busier than during the holiday season...

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The NBA has suspended the season over the coronavirus
Mar12

The NBA has suspended the season over the coronavirus

“The NBA is suspending game play following the conclusion of tonight’s schedule of games until further notice,” the NBA said via a press release. In the same release, the report said that Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19. “The test result was reported shorty prior to the tip-off of tonight’s (Wednesday) game between the Jazz and Oklahoma City Thunder at Chesapeake Energy...

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Michigan State University suspends ‘face-to-face’ classes until April 20
Mar11

Michigan State University suspends ‘face-to-face’ classes until April 20

Michigan State University announced Wednesday that is it suspending face-to-face instruction in lectures, seminars and classrooms and moving coursework to virtual — online — instruction. The University released this statement. The anouncement comes a day after the Michigan governor announced two confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state. Both cases are in Metro Detroit — a woman in Oakland County and a man in Wayne...

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#BREAKING: Harvey Weinstein has been sentenced to 23 years in prison for rape and sexual assault.
Mar11

#BREAKING: Harvey Weinstein has been sentenced to 23 years in prison for rape and sexual assault.

Harvey Weinstein will spend 23 years in a New York State prison after being sentenced by Supreme Court judge James Burke on Wednesday morning. Weinstein was convicted on Feb. 24 of committing a Criminal Sexual Act in the first degree and third-degree rape. The sentencing ends Weinstein’s New York trial, which began on Jan. 6. His team has said they will appeal the jury’s decision to convict him on two of the five charges...

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