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Photo: Jeff Chiu, File (Associated Press) Antonio Brown, the NFL receiver who just this weekend was traded to the New England Patriots from the Oakland Raiders after getting into a dustup with his Raiders coach, is being accused of raping his former trainer in a lawsuit she filed against him...
Known around town as a shero, Brianna Davison is a woman with a big talent and an even bigger heart. Many people know her for her unbelievably realistic wigs, having styled celebrities such as Jazmine Sullivan and Evvie McKinney; however, more recently Davison is changing the hair industry in a...
For years Grey’s Anatomy actor Jesse Williams has made a name for himself not just as an actor, but also as a vocal advocate for social justice. It seems completely befitting then that he is now teaming up with the left leaning Ben & Jerry’s ice cream brand to...
Two steps inside of Fred Jones Jr.’s home in French Fort just off of Downtown and any visitor would pick up on his affinity for the Southern Heritage Classic. And with it about to turn 30, the founder and his team are in full-execution mode relative to a plan...
Free agent NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s 2016 decision to take a knee during pregame performances of the national anthem was a wrong move according to former defensive lineman Marcellus Wiley. The Fox Sports 1 host was a guest on The Red Pill Podcast hosted by Van Lathan and criticized of...
The defense gives it and it takes away. The Whitehaven Tigers’ defense had its way with the Ridgeway Roadrunners, and won 23-7 in Whitehaven's last home game until October. The Tigers only allowed the Roadrunners 99 total yards for the game. The Whitehaven defense had five sacks by five different players,...
Nate Parker and Spike Lee at the Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy on Sept. 1, 2019. Photo: Arthur Mola (Invision/AP) Nate Parker has a new attitude. And a new project he’s hawking to the masses. The once embattled actor/director—who torpedoed his Academy Award possibilities for his directorial debut,...
NASHVILLE — Seven groups that conduct voter registration drives are asking a federal judge to stop a new Tennessee law that threatens them with fines and criminal prosecution for failing to comply with a slew of regulations. The motion for a preliminary injunction was filed on Friday in U.S. District...