Hosting a weekend game night is a great way to connect with friends and family and generate some healthy competition. From card games to board games, there are endless ways to get creative when it comes to game night. However, there are a few key components that go into hosting the perfect game night. Of
SZA takes command of the urban radio chart with her single “Kill Bill.” The vengeful hit moves to No. 1 this week, unseating rising rap act Lola Brooke’s viral track “Don’t Play With It.” It marks SZA’s third No. 1 single on this radio format. Earlier this year, “Shirt” claimed SZA’s second chart-topper on the urban radio
6LACK has unveiled the dates for his headlining Since I Have A Lover World Tour. The North American leg kicks off Oct. 1 in Portland, Oregon. From there, 6LACK will play in major U.S. and Canadian cities, including Vancouver, Los Angeles, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Detroit, Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia. The first leg concludes Nov. 24
CAIN recently celebrated their single “Rise Up” being certified RIAA Gold. The post CAIN Goes Gold with “Rise Up” appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Daywind Music Group has signed on The Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum’s very own resident Gospel group, TrueSong, to New Day Records. The post Daywind Music Group Signs TrueSong To New Day Records appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
As the International Criminal Court seeks to arrest Vladimir Putin, South Africa objects to its “unfair treatment” of some countries, but sends mixed signals about withdrawing.
The rebellious artists Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid founded their own artistic movement. They agreed to their first interview together in 20 years.
A customized itinerary allowed a group of birders to observe hundreds of species across a range of elevations, all while staying at comfortable eco-lodges.
The channel to discuss detained American and Russian citizens, created in 2021, remains open, Sergey V. Lavrov said. But, he added, publicity “will only complicate the process.”
President Biden’s emphasis on America’s willingness to defend South Korea is a striking admission that North Korea’s arsenal is here to stay.