“If you want to be an advocate or an ally, you help those who you’re oppressing. And that might require you to give up something because I am not going to be erased.” By Evan Minsker Seattle blues singer Anita White, who performs under the name Lady A, was sued yesterday by the country band […]

The rapper was shot and killed in a suspected home invasion in California in February 2020 By Matthew Strauss and Matthew Ismael Ruiz Five arrests have been made in connection with the February 2020 death of Pop Smoke, the Los Angeles Police Department announced. Three of the people arrested are adult males and two are […]

Plus, Manuel Turizo notches sixth top 10 with “Quiéreme Mientras Se Pueda.” Anuel AA’s “Futbol & Rumba,” featuring Enrique Iglesias, climbs 11-6 on the Latin Pop Airplay chart dated July 11. Anuel claims his ninth top 10 — dating back to his first, “Ella Quiere Beber,” with Romeo Santos, in Dec. 2018. It’s Iglesias first top 10 in […]

Bad Bunny might be M.I.A. from social media but that hasn’t stopped him from making big career moves—and Playboy history. On Tuesday (July 7), Bunny became Playboy’s first-ever digital cover star with two covers. In the brand’s 66-year lifespan, Bunny also becomes the only man, besides the late Hugh Hefner, to appear solo on the cover. […]

Mariah Carey fans will be getting a long-awaited peek behind the curtain of her illustrious life with an upcoming memoir. The Meaning of Mariah Carey, written by the chanteuse with Michaela Angela Davis will be arriving on September 29, 2020. The memoir will be available as a physical copy via Andy Cohen Books and as […]

Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong has shared a cover of John Lennon’s protest song “Gimme Some Truth.” Originally released on the Beatle’s 1971 solo album Imagine, the song was later covered by Generation X in 1978. Armstrong says the Generation X version was the first one he heard, and that his rendition lands “somewhere in […]

With concerts on hold, it’s abundantly clear that most musicians can’t live off streaming income alone. How could the system be fixed? By Andy Cush Indie rockers Stolen Jars are not exactly Coldplay or U2, but they’re not a garage band either. They tour regularly and have been covered by NPR and The New York […]

By Quinn Moreland and Jazz Monroe Kanye West is back with new music. He’s just shared a song called “Wash Us in the Blood,” which comes with a visual from the video artist (and prior West collaborator) Arthur Jafa. The song is mixed by Dr. Dre and features Travis Scott. The “Wash Us in the […]

Tony Lombardo · High School British Lit. Teacher at Vestavia Hills High School (2006–present) No, they are both teachers. Mr. Ritchie is playing a drama teacher. He has a crush on the art teacher (who happens to be blind). While he is thinking about the crush he had done nothing about, a student comes to […]

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