Month: February 2021

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Live Nation Announces Concerts To Return Mid Summer

  With all the chaos of the Coronavirus pandemic, the live music industry has suffered quite drastically. However, it looks like Live Nation‘s CEO is confident large-scale events and concerts could return as early as this summer in the United States. This week, Michael Rapino detailed the timeline he believes the United States is currently on to help bring concerts back sooner rather than later. Back in January, Dr. Anthony […]

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Disney California Adventure To Open March 2021

  Missing the magical feels of Disneyland Resort? Well, you’re in luck, a new experience is opening next month at Disney California Adventure as the theme park closure nears its one-year mark. Highlighting some of Disney’s most popular foods and beverages, character experiences, and other offerings, “A Touch of Disney” will begin at California Adventure on March 18, the resort announced Wednesday. And if you’re a foodie for the Disneyland […]

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Beware of Coat Hook Cameras In Bathrooms!

Most people wouldn't think twice if they saw a coat hook in a bathroom since it's not a very strange thing to find in there. However, that's just what some sinister people are hoping for. There is now a coat hook with a spy cam in it, and perverts are using it to peep on people in the bathroom. Police in Florida recently found the hooks inside public restrooms, including […]

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Feb 14th 1779 – Captain Cook Meets His Demise in Hawaii

  Hau’oli La Ho’omake ia Kapena Kuke! Or, as the Hawai’ians call Valentine’s Day: Happy Death of Captain Cook day. Under the spirited guidance of history professor Lilikala Kame’eleihiwa of the University of Hawai’I, the reputation of Captain James Cook as a hero of civilisation and the discoverer of far-flung countries has been given a bit of a shove lately, and today, on the day he died on Kealakekua Bay, […]

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Tongan Defensive Juggernaut VITA VEA Represented At Super Bowl LV

Tevita Tuliʻakiʻono Tuipulotu Mosese Vaʻhae Fehoko Faletau Vea also known as Vita Vea, is the only player of Pacific Islander heritage to play in Super Bowl LV. Vea is the son of Sione and Fipe Vea, immigrants from Tonga. Vea is a first cousin of Wales international rugby player Taulupe Faletau. As a junior in 2017 at Washington, Vea was the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year and won the […]

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Water Bottle On The Car Hood Maybe A Dangerous Sign

We are definitely living in some strange times right now but if something weird happens to you, you shouldn't just write it off. It's something one woman recently learned when she went to take out her trash and saw "1F" written in the snow on top of her trash can. She shared footage of it on TikTok and learned that she was being targeted and that the "1F" means a […]

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Late Great Nipsey Hussle, The Marathon Live Album Drops

Nipsey Hussle’s The Marathon live album experience is almost here. After initially announcing the event in December on the mixtape’s 10-year anniversary, the late rapper’s estate has finally shared details of the upcoming event, which streams today on YouTube Live. Celebrating the life of an incredible human, the Marathon Mixtape and the first week of #BlackHistoryYear,” animation studio Okidoki wrote on Instagram. The studio, which helmed the “live visual album […]

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Social Media Posts Predicts Relationship Status

CNN reports that a new study out of the University of Texas found that someone's social media posts can predict their breakup three months before it happens. They studied posts on Reddit's "BreakUps" subreddit . . . which, before you ask, does not contain any hot stock tips. They found the users on there who posted about breakups, and they analyzed all of their past posts on the site. And […]

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So Cal CVS Stores Now Offer Covid-19 Vaccines

Pharmacy giant CVS announced Tuesday, Feb. 2, it would begin COVID-19 vaccinations for eligible groups at 100 of its stores across California starting Feb. 11. The shots will be offered at Southern California locations in cities including Los Angeles, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, and Irvine, though CVS Health spokeswoman Monica Prinzing said the handful of cities listed in a news release Tuesday would not be the only places with participating […]

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