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Mayor Brandon Scott of Baltimore has caused the term “DEI” (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) to trend on Black Twitter after providing a new interpretation of the acronym in response to Republican lawmakers. These lawmakers had controversially linked DEI initiatives to the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge, a move Scott criticized during an appearance […]

MLB Opening Day delivered an array of memorable moments and exciting games, despite rain postponing the Milwaukee Brewers-New York Mets and Atlanta Braves-Philadelphia Phillies matchups to Friday. The day kicked off with Corbin Burnes making a strong debut for the Baltimore Orioles. A significant highlight was the New York Yankees’ comeback victory over the Houston […]

The Rochester Police Accountability Board (PAB) conducted a town hall meeting on March 28, 2024, to discuss its findings on the use of force against juveniles by police officers. The report highlighted a concerning statistic that 80% of juveniles subjected to police force were Black, predominantly male. This gathering saw participation from various local nonprofits, […]

Three drive-in movie theaters in the Rochester area, the Vintage Drive-In in Avon, the Rose City Drive-In in Newark, and the Silver Lake Twin Drive-In in Perry, are gearing up for their spring season openings. The Vintage Drive-In welcomes moviegoers from Friday through Sunday at 7 p.m., featuring titles like “Godzilla X Kong: The New […]

Beyoncé’s latest album, “COWBOY CARTER,” features a bold cover of Dolly Parton’s iconic song “Jolene,” transforming it into a country sequel to her 2016 hit “Sorry.” Dolly Parton herself introduces the track with a voice note, humorously linking “Jolene” to the “Becky with the good hair” mentioned in “Sorry.” Beyoncé’s rendition of “Jolene” takes a […]

The North Carolina State Wolfpack, led by forward D.J. Burns Jr., has emerged as the standout underdog story in this year’s men’s NCAA basketball tournament. Despite being a power conference team with a history of success, including two national titles, their journey to the Sweet Sixteen as the only double-digit seed left has captured the […]

The former Regal Culver Ridge movie theater in Irondequoit, vacant since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, is set for redevelopment after receiving final site plan approval from the Irondequoit Planning Board. The 55,000-square-foot space at Culver Ridge Plaza will be transformed into five retail spaces, with discount store Five Below, off-price department store Burlington, […]

Six men, presumed dead following the collapse of a bridge in Baltimore, were employees of Brawner Builders, a company known for maintaining state-operated bridges. Jesus Campos, a co-worker, highlighted that many of them were migrants supporting families back in their home countries. The victims, engaged in roadwork repair on the bridge when it was hit […]

Kanye West, legally changed his name to “Ye” in October 2021, and has issued a formal request for all to address him accordingly. This move was publicized through a letter from Milo Yiannopoulos, Ye’s Chief of Staff, urging streamers, publishers, and lyric websites to adopt the rapper’s new moniker. The letter emphasizes Ye’s global recognition […]

The Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, part of I-695, collapsed into the Patapsco River early Tuesday after being struck by the Dali, a nearly 1,000-foot-long container ship. The catastrophic event led to a frantic search-and-rescue operation as eight members of a construction crew, working on bridge repairs at the time, were believed to have […]

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