You may not have heard of Law Roach, but you’ve at least seen his work. The 44-year-old is best known for his work with Zendaya. Former America’s Next Top Model judge has adorned her with the finest fashion, and for Zendaya, who was ranked the best-dressed woman by Net-a-Porter in 2018, Roach is the man behind the scenes.
Day: March 15, 2023
PJ Sin Suela’s Latest Album is a Mirror of Puerto Rican Culture
With the name of Chinchorreo, Puerto Rico’s rapper Pj Sin Suela releases an album full of Puerto Rican party traditions such as the act of chinchorrear. Which is driving through the mountains hopping from “chinchorro” to “chinchorro” to drink, eat street food, and dance.
Lady Gaga Goes Makeup-Free for 2023 Oscars Performance
Lady Gaga stepped out on Sunday, March 12th wearing a beautiful Versace gown. Originally modeled by supermodel Gigi Hadid during the recent Fall/Winter 2023 runway show in Los Angeles on March 9th. Lady Gaga dazzled in the sheer black dress, a slick backup do, a diamond collared necklace and to top it off a fashioned red lip and smokey eyes.
Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson Set to Star in New Comedy Series Together
The currently untitled show has received a ten-episode order from Apple. It will star longtime friends and colleagues Harrelson and McConaughey, who first worked together on the 1999 Ron Howard comedy EDtv, and later the acclaimed first season of HBO’s True Detective, as fictionalized versions of themselves. This show will be produced by David West Read for Skydance Television. This show is sure to be a true winner with Woody and Matthew’s history and sense of humor. The series is described as “a heartfelt odd couple love story revolving around the strange and beautiful bond between Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson. Matthew and Woody’s friendship is tested when their combined families attempt to live together on Matthew’s ranch in Texas.”
Animated Movies Now Have Nothing on the Old Ones
While it seems like the animation of it all has upgraded, current animated movies do not instill the same effect in the public as they once did. While animated movies are intended for a younger audience, old animated movies found a way to stay in the minds of the older generation. Movies like Spirit, Coraline, Bambi, Shrek, The Road to El Dorado, and more. Movies that adults, along with children, will re-watch over and over again when streaming services add them and remove them from their collection.
Ex-NFL Player Stanley Wilson Jr.’s Family Claim He Was Beaten by Law Enforcement Before His Death
The family of Stanley Wilson Jr. is claiming that law enforcement beat him before he died. The former Detroit Lions cornerback died in February after reportedly collapsing during intake at a mental health facility in Los Angeles. However, Wilson Jr.’s family is disputing that. At a news conference on Tuesday, John Carpenter, the attorney representing Wilson Jr.’s family, said the photos of his body show that he was a victim of excessive force before he died, and marks on his wrists indicate he was put in restraints.
Eye Drop Recall: Everything You Need to Know
On February 2, 2023, EzriCare Artificial Tears Lubricant Eye Drops and Delsam Pharma Artificial Tears Lubricant Eye Drops were recalled due to a reported outbreak of the bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa. This strain of bacteria had never been reported in the United States, and it is particularly dangerous due to its high resistance to most antibiotics. The bacteria has been found in samples from infected people that date back to May 2022 and continue on into the early months of 2023.
Ke Huy Quan, and Harrison Ford Share Emotional Moment on Oscars Stage
Notably, the seven-time winning oddball tour de force, “Everything Everywhere All At Once,” marked a change in sensibilities within Hollywood. Although the usual high drama cinematic fare enjoyed plenty of nominations and accolades, the bulk of the wins went to a movie about family, compassion, trauma, sexuality, and an authentic take on Asian immigration and assimilation to American culture as the backdrop to the visually stunning film.
Fugitive Search Underway for Roy McGrath, Gov. Larry Hogan’s Ex-Chief of Staff
McGrath served as Hogan’s top aide for a few months in the summer of 2020 and is facing charges including wire fraud, embezzlement, and document falsification. He has pleaded not guilty to all charges and was released on bond. McGrath was due to appear in a federal court in Baltimore but is now considered a “wanted fugitive.”
Ohio Sues Norfolk Southern Over Toxic Train Derailment
On February 3rd, 2023, a train holding toxic chemicals was derailed in East Palestine, Ohio. In efforts to avoid an explosion and ecological damage, responders took action by burning the dangerous chemical vinyl chloride that was being transported. This chemical is used in the production of plastic and paint and is known to be very toxic. When they burned this chemical, they released toxins into the air.
Mia Brookes 16, Becomes Youngest Snowboarding, World Champion
History has been made this year at the Women’s World Championship in Bakuriani, and lives have changed. Young Mia Brookes set a world record of being the youngest World Champion after winning gold in the women’s slopestyle at the Snowboard, Freestyle, and Freeski held in Bakuriani, Georgia.
Summer of 2019: That One-Time Puerto Ricans Brought Down Their Governor
In what people call the Summer of 2019 (Verano del ’19), Puerto Ricans created a revolution. After a scandalous Telegram chat exposed their Governor Ricardo Rosselló, they took to the streets in a 15-day period that ended Rosselló’s government. For the first time in history, Puerto Rico’s governor resigns.