Die-hard fans stated they wear diapers, so they don’t miss any of Taylor Swift’s songs during the concert.
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These chocolates taste as delicious as they look horrifying.
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One in seven of those polled admit nearly half of their weekly TV intake is reality TV, but some are unwilling to stop watching.
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The world caught a glimpse of Meta Platforms Inc CEO Mark Zuckerberg in an intense workout honoring the troops.
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Options market provides clues on the resilience of the stock’s 40%+ rally over the past month.
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By St. Clair MurraineOutlook Staff Writer Every one of the stops along the way holds some significance to Black history in Tallahassee that was explained during the Heritage Connecting the Dots Tour. Some of the back stories that were told last Friday morning touched on Black people’s contribution to the
Former TCC standout Jania Davis had an impressive season with the FAMU softball team.Photo courtesy FAMU athletics Special to the Outlook TCC alum Jania Davis received first-team All-SWAC honors after a stellar regular season for the FAMU Rattlers. Davis hit .328 and stole 14 bases as a center fielder for
Alexandra WebsterAmir Willis Seminoles.com RALEIGH, N.C. — The ACC Outdoor Track & Field Championships came down to the final race to determine both the men’s and women’s champions. Clemson won the men’s championship with 92 points to FSU’s 91. Duke won the ACC on the women’s side with 145.5 points.
Jacob Uyesato shot a 217 to lead the top individual performers on FAMU’s team.Photo courtesy FAMU athletics By Jesse DodsonSpecial to NNPA Newswire A special week has descended upon Birmingham, Ala., as over 200 collegiate golfers and 29 teams from Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic-serving institutions and other minority-serving institutions
Understanding the goals of hope Marilyn Todman (left) and Rosalind Tompkins with HOPEE Award at Hope Immersion Retreat in Atlanta, Ga.Photo submitted By Rosalind TompkinsSpecial to the Outlook “How do you process hope when the outcome makes you feel hopeless?” That was a question posed by one of the participants