“I’m not really fighting,” she said in the next breath, noting the family of black bears that live near her cabin in upstate New York, located about two hours from the city. “I’ve got the bear in the yard. If someone comes, Mama Bear will say, ‘Step over here and you’re a dead man.’ I’m protected. This is great! I don’t even need a gun.” … [Read more...] about E. Jean Carroll Is ‘Exploring’ Legal Action Against Trump After Alleged Rape in Bergdorf Goodman
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Batman & Bill It’s a tale as old as time: Two men get together with an idea, the idea becomes successful, and one of the creators muscles the other one out. In the case of Batman, arguably the most popular superhero of all time, the relationship between writer Bill Finger and artist Bob Kane started out well, with both men contributing their own ideas to create the iconic superhero/ace detective. Kane’s negotiations with DC ended with him receiving sole credit for creating the character; although Finger wrote many of the formative Batman stories, his contributions went uncredited for decades. … [Read more...] about Five shows and movies to stream this week: ‘Riverdale,’ ‘Batman & Bill,’ and more
Baby Ranks f. Notch, “Verme” (2007)Mas Flow 2, “Verme” really didn’t find its moment until the release of Notch’s 2007 album Raised by the People. Born in the states to a father of both Jamaican and Afro-Cuban heritage, Notch represented something of a secret weapon in reggaeton’s mid-2000s explosion. Able to sing in fluent Spanish or patois (as on organic dancehall hits like “Nuttin a Go So”), he also brought a more versatile sense of flow and tempo to reggaeton hits like “Hay Que Bueno.” “Verme” added yet another level, transposing an atmospheric Afro-Latin hand drum into a faster ragga soca pattern to underscore a bilingual ballad that seems to foreshadow the more melodic afrobeats sound currently dominating many New York dancefloors. … [Read more...] about 15 Essential Reggaeton Tracks That Are Not ‘Despacito’
Press conference dates are still largely up in the air for E3 2020, but we do know Limited Run Games will be holding its own conference on June 8. Sony will not bring PlayStation to E3 this year, as was the case for E3 2019, but the show will feature Bethesda, Square Enix, Capcom, Ubisoft, Activision, Take-Two, and several other major publishers. Check out our E3 2020 confirmed press conference schedule for more information. … [Read more...] about Nintendo Will Still Be Attending E3 2020
"He was very young, he hadn't actually grown into his body," Shane Jurgensen, the current New Zealand bowling coach, who also had a stint with the team between 2008 and 2010, says. "He's actually got taller - it's funny, when I saw him back then, I used to be taller than him. Then when I saw him after four years, I'm looking up at him. He was definitely a late developer into his body in terms of his physical strength, and when that came through… to be able to bowl for the long periods in Test cricket - he always had that beautiful wrist - it was just about time before his body could deal with Test bowling." … [Read more...] about Will New Zealand’s three-pronged fork skewer England?