Monthly Archive for: "March, 2019"

Indiana, Alabama, UNC-Greensboro Among NCAA Tourney’s Biggest Snubs

  Indiana, Alabama and UNC-Greensboro were among the teams who didn’t make the cut for the NCAA Tournament on Selection Sunday. Indiana were snubbed from the tourney thanks to their 17-15 record, which included 13 losses during a disappointing 14-game January-February span. While Ohio State was one of the bubble teams to squeeze into the […]

Winner of Largest Lottery Jackpot Donates Portion to Alabama Tornado Victims

  The anonymous winner of the largest Mega Millions jackpot in U.S. history is donating a portion of her fortune to organizations helping Alabama tornado victims. .CNN reports that the South Carolina woman, who won a whopping $1.5 billion, is contributing to the Alabama Red Cross, as well as organizations like the Ronald McDonald House of Charities and […]

Meet The “Bachelorette” Suitors

  Hannah Brown was announced as the next “Bachelorette.” For the first time, Bachelor Nation is getting an early look at the men who will be vying for her heart on the upcoming season of the ABC show. Profiles of the 33 lucky guys have been posted to the “Bachelorette” Facebook page. But for now, we only […]

Sets of Siblings in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

  Later this month, Janet Jackson will join her male siblings–who are members of The Jackson 5–as a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. With that in mind, Billboard has compiled a list of 25 other sets of siblings who have also been inducted. Here are 10 of them (see full list at the […]

“Sopranos” Prequel Film Gets 2020 Release Date

  The long-awaited Sopranos prequel film will hit theaters in 2020, more than 13 years after the HBO series ended. Consequence of Sound reports that the film has been named Newark, shortened from The Original Saints of Newark, and will be released ahead of awards season on September 25, 2020. Sopranos creator David Chase teamed up with Lawrence Konner for […]