*It’s been a busy day, and busy week for Ye, formerly known as Kanye West. Once again Ye’s in the headlines after he announced his presidential candidacy for 2024. This is his second attempt to run for president, and he reached out to former President Donald Trump to be his running mate, which he declined.
*When it comes to TV dramas, we love strong, take-no-mess types of characters played by women. The ones that when you see them enter a scene you know they mean business. And that is the exact energy of Claudia Richards played by Sarah Niles in Prime Video’s newest series “Riches.” The actress portrays the wife of
*(CNN) — Chances are, you’ve been there: You head to Trader Joe‘s to buy caramel popcorn, churro bites and roasted gorgonzola crackers, or to Costco for its Kirkland Signature mini peanut butter cups and take-and-bake pizza. But when you get to the store, your favorite treats aren’t on the shelf. And, to your horror, you
*Omari Hardwick is trying his hand at football in the original family sports comedy “Fantasy Football” now streaming on Paramount+. Packed with heart and hysterical hijinks, the film will be available to stream beginning Friday, Nov. 25 in the U.S. and Canada and the following day in the U.K. and Australia, per the streamer’s news
All hail Bill Frisell—the Man, the Myth, the Marksman—but this set had me from “Johnathan Blake.” Gigging in Ravi Coltrane’s band a few years back, … Read More “Bill Frisell: Four (Blue Note)” The post Bill Frisell: Four (Blue Note) appeared first on JazzTimes.
For more than two decades, Mary J. Blige has consistently put out solid albums. In that time, she has released at least one album that didn’t resonate fully with fans and critics. Many consider that work to be 2003’s Love & Life. Following the commercial success of 2001’s No More Drama, Blige’s Love & Life
Many in the country say the barrage of criticism about its human rights record and the exploitation of migrant workers is laced with discrimination and hypocrisy.
People born in American Samoa, which has been held by the United States for more than 120 years, are not automatically citizens of the United States.
After missiles rained down on Ukraine, cutting off water and electricity, people are adjusting to life in the dark.
Plus Malaysia’s new prime minister and the week in culture.