Black Pumas Hit No. 1 on Emerging Artists Chart, Rosé Debuts at No. 2
The band reigns after its performance at the Grammy Awards. Black Pumas leap from No. 12 to No. 1 on Billboard's Emerging Artists chart (dated March 27) to become the top emerging act in the U.S. for the first time, thanks to gains following their performance at the Grammy Awards, broadcast on CBS, on March 14.Read Full StoryBlack PumasRoséGrammy AwardsDownloadsCbsCelebritiesBillboard 200Performance ArtistsRock MusicGrammysCBSMRC DataRock Digital Song SalesSouth KoreanBLACKPINK
Global Gardening Tools Market Insights & Trends by (2021-2031) | Stanley Black & Decker, Fiskars Group, Q.E.P. Co. Inc.
The Gardening Tools Market report is the reliable source for obtaining the market study which will rapidly expand your business. A separate analysis of prevailing trends within the parent market and rules and mandates is enclosed underneath the ambit of the study. So, the report comes the attractiveness of every major section over the forecast amount.Read Full StoryMarket TrendsMarket ResearchMarket CompetitionMarketsMarket AnalysisDevelopment Tools| Stanley Black & DeckerFiskars GroupQ.E.P. Co. . Inc.Exporters AssociationHusqvarna GroupFELCO S.A.The Ames Companies Inc.KGCobraHead LLC
Do It With a Smile
Though hardcore loves to pretend it’s averse to deifying its individual participants, the genre’s history proves that’s a good dose of bullshit. Entire careers were built on the backs of unpredictably energetic singers and guitar players’ distinct, thundering riffs (or lack thereof). Thirdface aren’t interested in continuing that tradition. On their debut album, Do It With a Smile, the Nashville-based hardcore punk band—comprised of vocalist Kathryn Edwards, bassist Maddy Madeira, guitarist David Reichley, and drummer Shibby Poole—refocus on hardcore as a collective action, bringing it from the idealized cultural imagination into the tangible present. The result is an intense, rapid-fire call to arms that inspires even the most acquiescent listeners to take action.Read Full StoryKathryn EdwardsMusicWork LifeImaginationLive LifeBass GuitarDangersModern Life Is WarThirdfaceThe Black PanthersRolling StoneNorth StarGraceful TransitionsFistVein-bursting BarksHayley WilliamsSoccer Mommy
Jay Leno apologizes for racist jokes about Asians: ‘I knew in my heart it was wrong’
Jay Leno has apologized for a number of jokes he made at the expense of the Korean and Chinese communities, particularly racist stereotypes about what Korean and Chinese people eat. “At the time I did those jokes, I genuinely thought them to be harmless. I was making fun of our...Read Full StoryAsian PeopleBlack PeopleCelebritiesRacismComedian PresidentRacial StereotypesRacial HatredAsiansChineseMedia Action NetworkAsian AmericansMANAAKoreansAGTNBC EntertainmentJay LenoGuy AokiGabrielle UnionSimon Cowell
Unapologetic Black activists: 'If movements don't tell our own stories, somebody else will'
In the month that both Judas and the Black Messiah and The Trial of the Chicago 7 have racked up multiple Oscar nominations, it’s another film, one well outside the Hollywood awards circuit, that’s bringing us up to date on the struggle for Black liberation. Unapologetic is an independently made documentary, following two young activists during four of the most tumultuous years in recent Chicago politics, as community anger mounted over the fatal police shootings of 22-year-old Rekia Boyd and 17-year-old Laquan McDonald. Director Ashley O’Shay was herself just 22 and fresh out of film school when she moved to the city and began filming: “Like, if you were in Chicago in the fall of 2015, you must have been living under a rock if you were not aware of what young, Black folks were doing.”Read Full StoryBlack PeopleChicago MayorRacial InjusticeMoviesActivismQueer StoriesQueer FilmBlack HistorySocial MovementsBlack Youth ProjectO'ShayGambrellChicago PDBoratUnapologetic ChallengesRahm EmanuelFred Hampton
Streamlined Athletic Blazers
LIT, the athletic brand beloved for its premium pieces, recently expanded its portfolio with the introduction of the new No Rules Athletic Blazer. This structured yet ultra-comfortable piece is available in four neutral, muted colorways including Heather Gray, Black Gray, Heather Black, Snow Olive, and Snow Rock. Designed for performance...Read Full StoryBlazersTextileHemlineFashionBlack GrayThe LITAthletic BlazerStylePremium StretchBrandHeather GraySurfaceSnow RockSnow OliveImage Credit
The Masked Singer Unmasks the Raccoon
Watch: Kermit the Frog Talks 'The Masked Singer' Surprise. Season five of The Masked Singer is already off to a wild start. Three singers have been unmasked so far, and each one has brought a completely different vibe to the table. First, there was Kermit the Frog, who was masquerading as the Snail. Kermit is both a prolific movie and TV star and a fictional frog puppet, so that reveal really threw us all for a loop. It was as if anything could happen this season, and maybe it still will.Read Full StoryThe Masked SingerKermit The FrogFilm StarHollywoodBlack HammerMacheteRussianFox Seashell SeashellFox Black Swan Black SwanFox Russian DollsFox ChameleonMoviesRevealLady AntebellumJames BongCaitlyn JennerKeshaP. DiddyDanny TrejoNicole ScherzingerDave GrohlJoel MchaleBilly CorganJenny MccarthyKevin BaconVanessa HudgensDarren CrissMatthew MorrisonTyrese GibsonMc HammerGinuwineJamie FoxxLionel RichieTamera MowryHilary DuffJennifer Love HewittJessica SimpsonKen JeongJojoAnya Taylor JoyCamila CabelloWiz KhalifaRedfooDiploNick CannonLogan PaulScott DisickJohnny ManzielMizCharlie PuthAdam LambertLiam HemsworthNick Lachey
Zoo Miami celebrates birth of endangered black rhino
MIAMI — Zoo Miami guests have to keep an eye out for a little (big) addition to the rhino family. The zoo announced Wednesday its 21-year-old black rhinoceros, named Circe, gave birth to a calf back on Feb. 24 following a 15-month pregnancy. Since then, the mother and her baby have largely been out of public view and kept sheltered to be given time to bond.Read Full StoryThe ZooRhinosPregnancyBabyBlack HairCirceEddieTampa BayFacebookZoo Miami GuestsStatusFingernailsMedicinal QualitiesBondEnvironment
Insecure Middle Schooler Refuses To Take Off Hat — Until Principal Fixes His Haircut.
A principal in Warren Township, Indiana, recently gained major recognition for a deeply meaningful act of kindness. Jason Smith, who works at Stonybrook Intermediate and Middle School, was presented with a dilemma when eighth-grader Anthony Moore ended up in his office for refusing to take his hat off. Instead of reacting with a typical consequence that seemed to fit the problem, Jason decided to lend his student a listening ear and an open mind.Read Full StoryHaircutsRace TrackBlack HairHair Of The DogStraight HairHome SchoolCNNInspireMoreABC 7 ChicagoSouthernTexansWomen 's History MonthDance Group 'sUrban TheoryEast Coast LabAnthony MooreKelsey MartinGene KellyGeorge Balanchine
Former music exec who faced suicide teaches others to 'silence the shame'
Sony Music Publishing announced that it had teamed with the nonprofit Silence the Shame to expand mental health resources to its songwriters and employees and the greater music community. For the nonprofit's founder, Shanti Das, a former music executive, the partnership affirms that she is fulfilling her purpose. Das lost...Read Full StoryMental Health First AidMusic BusinessEmotional DistressEmotional HealthGodSony Music PublishingBlack AmericansUniversal Motown RecordsEbenezer Baptist ChurchAfrican AmericanYeah Wellness LLCNFL Players AssociationPure Nirvana & Co.Through Yeah WellnessSilenceJon PlattGeorge FloydRaphael WarnockTisha CampbellLudacrisDa BratRalph Tresvant