The nation’s most restrictive measure against abortion rights could set stage for a larger, longer battle.
Today, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey has signed a bill that could prove to set forth a much larger battle in the controversial fight over abortion. State legislators put forth a bill that would essentially ban the procedure throughout the state with little to no exceptions outside of health risks to the mother. Otherwise this measure makes the procedure illegal classifying it as a Class A felony with doctors facing up to 99 years in prison.
Producer Louis Futon’s debut album is beautiful concoction of styles and accompanying vocals.
Ever listened to an album and get so caught up in the sound that you feel as though you are in outer body experience?
Well this is the feeling we had listening to Louis Futon’s “Way Back When” album. The trip was a kin to a midday drive to the beach on sunny day in June. A cool summer breeze flits through window perfectly balancing out the golden rays of the sun on your skin.
‘Black-ish’ star producing debut brings a different flavor to a classic movie trope
Well this movie is pretty big to be called “Little” as it not only stars but is Marsai Martin’s producing debut making her the youngest executive producer in Hollywood history, and she does not disappoint.
Arrested in London after Ecuadorean embassy eviction
According to a report from the New York Times creator of whistleblower site Wikileaks, Julian Assange, has been arrested following an eviction from the Ecuadorian embassy in London where he had been living since 2012.
The singer/songwriter from Philly, now based in New York, had no real aspirations of becoming a singer being that he started recording himself last year and admitting that the songs on his “Volume 1” record were meant for other artists, it’s a shocker that he has this much success and buzz in such a short time.
Band postpones North American tour as Stevie Nicks fights the flu
Jazz Fest has had its fill of controversy following the cancellation of May 2 headliners, and largest draw in decades, rock legends The Rolling Stones due to frontman Mick Jagger needing heart surgery. Fleetwood Mac was available and willing to fill that void confirming a few days ago that would lend their prestige to the 50th Anniversary celebration in the Crescent City, with all the hype surrounding these miraculous turn of events it seemed the day was saved.
Jussie Smollett to be sued by Chicago after failure to repay city in case
As of midnight last night “Empire” star, Jussie Smollett has missed the deadline set by the city of Chicago to pay for the $130 thousand in court costs and other fees revolving around the investigation into his alleged falsified attack claims from January.
The Los Angeles police department, just a few hours ago, have identified and released the name of a suspect involved in shooting death of West-coast rapper Nipsey Hussle Sunday afternoon in front of his L.A. clothing store.
Days after announcing the postponement to their No Filter and cancellation of 50th anniversary Jazz Fest appearance in New Orleans, reports confirm Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger will be undergoing a heart valve replacement.