*Former NBA player Vince Carter’s Atlanta home was reportedly burglarized on Sunday while his wife and children were inside the home. According to the New York Post, a whopping $100k was stolen in cash, as Vince’s wife, Sondi Carter, and their two sons hid in the closet while their house was being ransacked. According to
*NASA has awarded $50 million in funding to hundreds of small businesses to develop technology “to help drive the future of space exploration.” “NASA is working on ambitious, ground-breaking missions that require innovative solutions from a variety of sources – especially our small businesses, said Pam Melroy, NASA Deputy Administrator. “Small businesses have the creative
*The elementary school where a shooter murdered 19 students and two teachers last month in Uvalde Texas is set to be demolished. On Tuesday, Don McLaughlin, the mayor of #Uvalde, stated during a tearful council meeting with locals that he didn’t think any student or teacher should be required to return to Robb Elementary
*A Louisiana judge caught major heat after giving an alleged rapist full custody of his teenage daughter, who was stripped away from the women he reportedly sexually assaulted. We reported earlier that the woman is speaking out after the man she claims raped her was granted full custody of her teenage daughter. She was
*Beyoncé’s mother Tina Lawson has teased fans about what they can accept from her daughter’s highly-anticipated “Renaissance” album. Speaking to reporters at the HollyRod’s Foundation 2022 DesignCare Gala, Ms. Tina gushed, “I’m a fan too. I’m very, very excited,” she said, according to The Blast. “I just posted recently that I really miss her singing
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Not every man desires to have their woman dolled up with added features. According to RL’s new single “No Filter,” sometimes less is more. On the slick groove, self-produced and written, the R&B veteran is turning the mirror back on his lady in hopes that she knows how beautiful she is without the attractive accessories.
ONE Musicfest has announced the lineup for its two-day affair, which is set for Oct. 8 and Oct. 9 at Central Park in Atlanta, Georgia. Grammy-winning singer Jazmine Sullivan is billed as a headliner, along with rap acts Lil Baby, Rick Ross and Gucci Mane, and Jeezy. Legendary singer Ms. Lauryn Hill, who headlined Lovers