*Hmm, maybe Draymond Green should take his talents to the boxing ring. The Golden State Warriors star is making news for decking his teammate, Jordan Poole, with a vicious right hand after their trash-talking in practice on Wednesday apparently went left. For what it’s worth, Green apologized to the team and subsequently left the training
*Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, the first Black woman on the court, gave a history lesson on the enactment of the Constitution’s 14th Amendment during her second day on the bench. Jackson explored this history as the court heard arguments in a dispute over Alabama’s congressional districts map (Merrill v. Milligan), NBC News reports. The case
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*Iconic TV star Tichina Arnold is making her directorial debut with the short film “Oh Baby Baby.” It premiers October 8th on BET Her for breast cancer month. In an exclusive interview with iHeart Radio and EURweb Spotlight host Jazmyn ‘Jaz’ Summers, the former “Martin” and current “The Neighborhood” star shares her thoughts on “Martin,”
*Ashanti posted graphic photos of her younger sister on social media in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. In the images, the singer’s younger sibling, Shia Douglas, is seen with a battered and bruised face. As reported by Vibe, Shia has previously spoken out about being a victim of domestic violence. “It is Domestic Violence
*Selah Marley, the daughter of Lauryn Hill, has responded to the criticism over her wearing a White Lives Matter shirt when she walked in Kanye‘s Yeezy season nine presentation in Paris on Monday. Marley, 23, is catching heat for her involvement with Ye’s latest stunt, Complex reports. Selah slammed the haters in a series of
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Iggy Pop covers Leonard Cohen with a resonating new version of “You Want It Darker,” the unforgettable title track of the legendary songwriter’s final album released in 2016. “There’s nobody like Leonard, not in the whole world,” said Pop. It’s the latest single from Here It Is: A Tribute to Leonard Cohen, a remarkable album produced by Larry Klein that features
On October 21, Norah Jones will release I Dream Of Christmas (Deluxe), a newly expanded 24-track edition of the 9-time GRAMMY-winning singer, songwriter, and pianist’s beloved 2021 holiday album, a delightful and comforting collection of timeless seasonal favourites and affecting originals. The Deluxe edition features 11 additional songs including bonus tracks and live performances, as well as a brand-new studio
Although Thumbscrew began life as a collaboration between three of the most singular voices in modern jazz—guitarist Mary Halvorson, bassist Michael Formanek, and drummer Tomas … Read More “Thumbscrew: Multicolored Midnight (Cuneiform)” The post Thumbscrew: Multicolored Midnight (Cuneiform) appeared first on JazzTimes.
Rarely has a technology been so ubiquitous yet so despised as Bluetooth. It delights many listeners by eliminating the need for audio cables. But audiophiles … Read More “Audio Files: Bluetooth’s Sound Quality Gets Better” The post Audio Files: Bluetooth’s Sound Quality Gets Better appeared first on JazzTimes.