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The 2020 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductions are following the latest trend and going virtual! The event — originally scheduled for Cleveland’s Public Hall on May 2nd — was pushed to November 7th. The new date is still happening but 2020 marks the first year that the Rock Hall will induct its members […]

Ohio BMV’s reopened around the state today and worker’s were met bright and early with long lines of people awaiting their services. Now the BMV is sending out a reminder that you don’t have to come into the BMV locations, some of those services are offered online.   According to NBC4i.com, before BMVs opened their […]

Students ain’t feeling these classes from home when they paid to be on campus.  As a matter of fact, college students who had to leave their campuses because of the coronavirus pandemic and are taking online classes from home want refunds, saying they’re not getting what they paid for. According to the APNews.com, students at […]

With #socialdistancing be at the forefront of every thing we do, America seems to have a lot of time on their hands to invest back into themselves. We want to help you make the most out of your down time so here’s  few free classes that you can take to make the most out of […]

Hey Parents! Need a break from the kiddos while you try to work from home? You might need a ‘Virtual Babysitter.‘ In a time of social distancing you should know you can at least hire a babysitter via video chat. Sittercity is a website that helps people find babysitters, virtually. How does it work? The […]

Online stores are dominating the retail game. Brick and mortar stores keep on closing, and according to experts, the trend isn’t slowing down anytime soon. According to Yahoo.com, Coresight Research says more than 7,000 stores are slated to close its doors this year with thousands of locations already gone. The record year for closings was […]

Your wait in line at the BMV may have just gotten shorter. The state launched a new pilot program called “Get In Line Online” that allows you to check in before heading out to the BMV. According to MyFox28Columbus.com, the program allows residents to check in from a phone or computer. All you have to […]

Black Friday is over but it is officially Cyber Monday! Billions will be made in online sales today from consumers that are hoping to take advantage of those last minute deals. Searching the web for the best prices can be a headache, so I did the searching for you and found a site that compiled […]

The wife took to her Facebook page to defend the photo against the criticism the family have been receiving.   YUKON, Okla. – A man’s Facebook post of his wife ‘co-sleeping’ with their children has gone viral and sparked a debate. David Brinkley of Yukon, Okla. shared a photo of his wife, Alora, sleeping with […]

Since the Feb. 12 arrival of Prince’s Warner Bros. Records music on streaming services, the number of streams in the U.S. skyrocketed from 74,000 to 4.77 million in two days, according to Billboard. That’s an increase of 6,323%. His top five most streamed songs on Feb. 12 and 13 were “Purple Rain” (333,000 streams), “Let’s […]

A part-time Pennsylvania police officer was fired after posting a racial slur on social media. McKeesport Mayor Michael Cherepko took to Facebook to announce that the officer, Melissa Adamson, had been terminated after posting online, “I’m the law today ni**a” on Snapchat. Adamson, according to the mayor, had only been on the job a few weeks and was […]

Black Lives Matter activist Arielle Newton and former Black Panther Rosemari Mealy discuss the pros and cons of social media. It’s hard to deny the lasting effect social media has had on the largest Black liberation movement in recent history. It’s where the Black Lives Matter movement was born, out of response to Trayvon Martin’s […]