The New Orleans Pelicans are going to be a problem next season. After a rocky start last year, the Pels stormed their way to the playoffs, earning a lot of fans in the process. They eventually lost in the first-round, but the promise is still there for this squad. That’s doubly true when you realize […] The post Pelicans rookie Dyson Daniels issues stern Zion Williamson warning to conference rivals appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Live updates from Sunday's Game 6 between the Bolts and Avs at AMALIE Arena. The Lightning have forced the Stanley Cup Final back to Tampa, but they'll still need a win over the Avalanche in Sunday's Game 6 to extend the series. TV coverage: ABC (check local listings) Radio coverage:...
Jun. 26, 2022 - 06:09 - ‘The Big Saturday Show’ co-hosts respond to liberal media members’ reaction to the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade’s legal precedent for abortion.
MONTGOMERY, AL (WJTV) – The Mississippi Braves (29-39) fell 6-5 to the Montgomery Biscuits (27-34) on Saturday night at Riverwalk Stadium. The series finale is on Sunday at Riverwalk Stadium. RHP Tanner Gordon (4-3, 7.07) makes the start for Mississippi in what will be a bullpen day for Montgomery. The first pitch is at 3:33 p.m. CT, with coverage starting […]
(Radio Iowa) Crowds gathered in many cities over the past three days to protest the end of nationwide abortion rights. Kathleen Murrin, who attended a protest in Des Moines, says she’s heartbroken and furious. “I had an ectopic pregnancy as my first pregnancy. That would be considered an abortion...
Yeah Yeah Yeahs feat. Perfume Genius — “Spitting off the Edge of the World”. “Spitting Off the Edge of the World” is a new track from Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ forthcoming album “Cool It Down,” due out in September. It’s a stirring vocal performance from lead singer Karen O and contributor Perfume Genius who belt out ominous lyrics underscored by the production of TV on the Radio’s Dave Sitek. “‘Spitting Off the Edge of the World’ was inspired in part by the looming climate catastrophe,” Karen O explained in a statement.
For some, July will mark the end of a long silence. For others, the month offers a platform for another quick burst of creativity. Journey's first album since 2011's Eclipse finds Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain again recording with bassist Randy Jackson, who earlier appeared on 1983's Frontiers and 1986's Raised on Radio. Chicago is also returning after a long time away: Born for This Moment is their first new music in eight years.