A man has been charged with stealing a pair of ruby red slippers worn by Judy Garland in “The Wizard of Oz”, federal prosecutors in North Dakota. The shoes were stolen in 2005 and recovered in 2018 by the FBI, but no arrests were made at the time.
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Actress, filmmaker, and humanitarian activist Angelina Jolie has announced that she is creating a new Fashion House that will cater to the needs of diverse consumers, as well as continue to put her eco-consciousness to the forefront.
History was made this week when it was revealed that Montana residents would become the first in the U.S. to be banned from using TikTok on their personal phones. But can they do that? Everybody is surprised by the forceful mandate of the ban and how it gets daringly close to crossing the line of human rights. It has even been called unconstitutional.
Although sports are a source of entertainment, they’ve also been the epicenter of many culturally and historically important moments. From advances in civil rights to breaking world records, let’s look at five unforgettable moments in sports history.
Beloved ex-NBA baller, Shaquille O’Neal, has been called out for dodging lawyers seeking to serve him papers for a class action lawsuit.
In the most recent turn of events in the George Santos saga, the House has voted to move the expulsion resolution back to the ethics panel to continue its investigation into Santos and decide the best course of action going forward.
Eldrige Wayne Coleman, famously known as pro wrestling legend Bill Graham has died today, just short of his 80th birthday.
The World Wrestling Entertainment Twitter page made a statement, “WWE is saddened to learn that WWE Hall of Famer “Superstar” Billy Graham has passed away. We extend our condolences to Graham’s family, friends, and fans.”
Graham was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2004 and became a three-time champion in professional wrestling promotions. He is best known for taking the WWE championship from fellow wrestling legend Bruno Sammartino in April 1977, holding the title for almost a year. At the age of 44, Graham retired to become a manager and then a color commentator.
Graham’s “flashy fashion style, over-the-top interviews, and bodybuilder physique created the archetype for a generation of Superstars that followed in his footsteps….perhaps the single-most influential performer in WWE history whose interviews, fashion, and physique inspired Hulk Hogan, Jesse “The Body’s Ventura and Scott Steiner”
On Monday, the legend’s wife wrote on his Facebook page that he was on life support in a hospital, and the doctors wanted to take him off, but she refused. Graham had suffered from medical issues for months, enduring weight loss, kidney, heart, and lung problems.
She continues, “He’s a fighter, and his will is strong even if his body isn’t…God is our hope.”
Fences were eventually mended for his Hall of Fame induction; he is survived by his wife and two children.