Jerry Jordan


Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Explores an Overlooked Trunks Arc

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot actually explores an overlooked part of the Future Trunks arc with its newest DLC expansion! Kakarot has already done a number of things to expand upon the canon of Akira Toriyama's original manga series with new characters, scenarios, answered questions and more, and this continues with the DLC expansions adding new material to the games. The most recent addition was all about Future Trunks and his role in Dragon Ball Z, but one surprise in the DLC story was an exploration of a lesser exposed part of Future Trunks' story.
Beauty & FashionPosted by
Daily Mail

A look back at the outfits worn by Lord Alan Sugar's glamorous assistant on Celebrity Apprentice - but can you spot the one special detail in every design?

Natasha Young played the glamorous executive assistant to CEO Lord Alan Sugar on this year's season of Celebrity Apprentice. She always looked fashionable for the board meetings, and it has now emerged that all her outfits featured a small yet unique detail that fits the show perfectly. Her stunning ensembles,...
SportsBig Hollywood

Japan weighing 10,000-spectator cap ahead of Olympics: media

Japan could allow up to 10,000 fans at sports events ahead of the Olympics, media reported Wednesday, as organisers weigh how many domestic fans can attend the Games. The measure, intended to come into force after a coronavirus state of emergency ends on June 20, will be discussed by the government’s virus taskforce on Wednesday, the Nikkei business daily and Kyodo news agency said.
Sex CrimesBig Hollywood

South Korea failing to tackle widespread digital sex crimes: HRW

South Korean authorities are failing to properly tackle the country’s widespread digital sex crimes against women, which have a devastating impact on victims, a Human Rights Watch (HRW) report said Wednesday. South Korea is the world’s 12th largest economy and a leading technological power, but remains a male-dominated society with...
WorldBig Hollywood

Brazil indigenous rap group’s rhymes of resistance

Mixing feather headdresses and face paint with trendy jeans and kicks, rappers Bro MC’s blend their traditional culture with hip-hop style to draw attention to the harsh reality of life for indigenous Brazilians. Formed in 2009 by two sets of brothers — Clemerson Batista and Bruno Veron, and Kelvin and...
Eagle Lake, TXColorado County Citizen

Storm rips through Eagle Lake

Short lived but intense weather activity pummeled southern Colorado County Monday, June 14. At approximately 2 p.m., strong winds and lightning tore through the Eagle Lake area. The storm left downed trees and power lines, damaged mailboxes, fences and homes and flattened plants in its wake. There were also reports of ...
Las Vegas,

Las Vegas woman dies day after crashing car

A woman suspected of speeding through a stop sign and crashing into a parked car Wednesday in south Las Vegas has died, police announced Tuesday. Lillian Edwards, 53, of Las Vegas died Thursday at University Medical Center, according to the Clark County coroner’s office. Investigators believe Edwards was speeding in...
Madison, WIWBAY Green Bay

Republicans propose $125 million more for broadband

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - The effort to expand broadband internet to underserved rural areas in Wisconsin would get a $125 million boost under the budget being written by Republicans, about $75 million less in state funding than Democratic Gov. Tony Evers proposed. Republican co-chairs of the Joint Finance Committee said...
EconomyPosted by
New Jersey 101.5

NJ economy in a bounce-back — but it could’ve been better

At the beginning of this year, when the COVID vaccine rollout started, there was discussion about a possible economic bounce-back during the second half of the year if enough New Jerseyans got vaccinated, coronavirus cases and hospitalizations started dropping and people started going out and spending money again. According to...