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Lakethia Clark, a Tuscaloosa, Alabama resident, is transforming her home into a child care site, addressing the significant child care shortage in the state. After years of underpaid work in child care, she left the field to become a hospital housekeeper but missed working with children. Inspired by the 3by3 program, spearheaded by Holly Glasgow, […]

A new cross walk was just completed on Thurston rd. and Hillandale St. in honor of a 6-year-old boy named Ryan “RJ” Grantham that was hit by a car and died last year. Ryan “RJ” Grantham mother pushed and was able to move the needle and get this project done. New crosswalk installed on Thurston […]

Justin Timberlake’s recent DUI arrest has resurfaced an old Budweiser drunk driving commercial with his former group members NSYNC. The commercial was a Superbowl ad from 2001.

The 2024 Tony Awards were electrified by a surprise performance from Alicia Keys and Jay-Z, who delivered their iconic hit “Empire State of Mind.” The duo last performed the song together in 2016. The event, hosted by Ariana DeBose, was held at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center. Alicia Keys, dressed in a […]

The U.S. Olympic swim trials in Indianapolis have been historic, marked by record-breaking performances and significant comebacks. Gretchen Walsh set a new world record in the 100-meter butterfly with a time of 55.18 seconds, surpassing the previous record set by Sweden’s Sarah Sjöström in 2016. Walsh, a 21-year-old from Nashville, secured her spot on the […]

The fifth annual Black Culture Festival is set to take place next month at Parcel 5 in Rochester, celebrating Black culture and achievements within the community. The festival, scheduled for July 27 and 28 from 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., will feature a variety of local vendors, showcasing Black-owned businesses and offering culturally significant dishes. […]

St. John Fisher College went into lock down after a false alarm from an AI security alert about firearms being on campus.  But instead, it was prop guns being used for rehearsal inside the school’s theater. This is the second news story this week about artificial intelligence getting it wrong when it comes to doing […]

The Mays’ family and the San Francisco Giants jointly announced Tuesday night Willie Mays had died earlier in the afternoon in the Bay Area. One of baseball’s greatest and most beloved players, Mays  began his professional career in the Negro Leagues in 1948, was baseball’s oldest living Hall of Famer. He was voted into the […]

Ella Mai and Jayson Tatum appear to be celebrating two momentous occasions: Tatum winning his first NBA Finals with the Boston Celtics, and Ella’s baby bump?? Ella Mai was spotted out celebrating the Celtics’ victory last night. 👀✍🏾: #TSRStaffBD — TheShadeRoom (@TheShadeRoom) June 18, 2024 Speaking of social media, the singer’s pregnancy was somehow predicted eight weeks ago. A fan […]

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June 19, 2024

The Boston Celtics clinched their 18th NBA championship with a decisive 106-88 victory over the Dallas Mavericks in Game 5 of the 2024 NBA Finals. This victory, led by standout performances from Jayson Tatum and Finals MVP Jaylen Brown, marks the Celtics’ first title since 2008. Tatum contributed 31 points, 8 rebounds, and 11 assists, […]

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