TAKE 3: 09.22.2020
Avril Lavigne Has Announced Special Lyme Disease Benefit ConcertAvril Lavigne has announced special Lyme disease benefit concert.
“iHeartRadio Music Festival Night 2 2020”
Preview This! 'Enola Holmes'
Trending: Brad Pitt And Jennifer Aniston, Cardi B Insists She Hasn't Shed A Tear Over Offset Divorce And More!Trending: Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston send fans wild by reuniting of Fast Times at Ridgemont High live table read, Cardi B insists she hasn't shed a tear over Offset divorce and more!
Maya Rudolph Wins First-Ever Emmy Award For ‘Big Mouth’ RoleMaya Rudolph wins first-ever Emmy Award for ‘Big Mouth’ role.
Kerry Washington Fearful Of Going Out In Her Neighborhood Amid Racial Injustice Climate in U.S.Kerry Washington fearful of going out in her neighborhood amid racial injustice climate in U.S.
Lil Nas X And Christian Cowan Team Up For New Spring CollectionLil Nas X and Christian Cowan team up for new spring collection.
Chris Rock Diagnosed With Nonverbal Learning DisorderChris Rock diagnosed with nonverbal learning disorder.
Police: Florida Man Punched Senior Citizen Over Social Distancing RequestA 75-year-old Daytona Beach man who recently had heart surgery was punched in the chest and knocked to the ground after asking a woman to maintain social distancing at a Publix store, police said.
Person Installs Curtains In Car To Protect Drive-Thru Baristas During COVID 19 PandemicPerson installs curtains in car to protect drive-thru baristas during covid 19 pandemic.
Florida Man & Self-Described ‘White Supremacist’ Knocks Female Bartender UnconsciousA Florida man and self-proclaimed white supremacist with swastika tattoos, knocked a female bartender unconscious at a waterside bar and grill last Friday and it was caught on video.
Bird Caresses And Plays With Sleepy CatBird Caresses and plays with sleepy cat.
Hilarious Scenes Show A Cat Angry At Not Being Allowed Outside!Hilarious scenes show a cat angry at not being allowed outside!
New Species: Monster-Sized Suwannee Alligator Snapping TurtlesFlorida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission recently caught a 100-pound Suwannee alligator snapping turtle, a new species that lives in the Suwanee River, was among three of the massive reptiles they recently captured.