I would have been more successful looking for elves and unicorns than staying up looking for a game tonight as GSW Pootie Tang slapped the Lakers 111 – 77 to set a new NBA record. Congrats to Warriors. (Sa da tay Kobe)
Breaking News (Washington Post)
Chicago police officer Jason Van-Dyke has been officially charged with first-degree murder for shooting 17 year old Laquan McDonald to death last year in October.
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WDKX is throwing a dance party to reward the students with good attendance, positive attitudes and great appearance at School #41. At School #41, they created the “Kodak 5″ that all students are expected to follow:
O- On task
D- Do the right thing
A- Act Safe
K- Keep cool
Their mission statement is “Achieving academic excellence through rigorous academic instruction.”
Today students are being celebrated for having 0 referrals for the month of November as well as excellent attendance!
On Monday, the American Sociological Association and the Journal of Health and Social Behavior released a report on the optimism of life expectancy for young people, for which white and minority youths answered questions about their life expectancy including whether they thought they would live past the age of 35. The findings from the report show that young whites, at a rate of 66 percent, are usually more optimistic than minority peers about the likelihood of living past 35.
The results are surprisingly devastating for the youth of color. Just 50 percent of black youth felt confident that they would live to be 35. Only 46 percent of U.S-born children of Mexican immigrants aged 12 to 25 feel that they will live beyond the young age of 35, and 38 percent of Mexican-born immigrants believe they will live through 35.
Researchers surveyed more than 17,000 adolescents, male and female, to get their opinions on their own life expectancy. According to Tara D. Warner, the corresponding author for the study, 57 percent of respondents were white and 23 percent black. The remaining the 20 percent were a combination of Latino and Asian ethnicities varying in country of origin and migrant status.
Source: Huffington Post
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Facebook may have introduced the “Silence your Ex” feature that protects you from seeing what your ex-boyfriend is doing online now that he’s single. But unfortunately for Ciara, her baby daddy Future’s sex life is all the way out there and everyone is talking about it!
Let’s flashback to 2013, when we first caught a glimpse of the Mr Future & Ci-Ci in the awesomely sexy video “Body Party”. Ciara does a private show for her man while he quietly enjoys a cigar.
The two of them quickly became my new favorite hip hop couple and soon after, she gave birth to a beautiful baby boy. Fast forward to 2015, these two parents have gone in two totally opposite directions.
This week, we see Future rolling around in the bed with Black Chyna in his new video, Rich $ex. Caution this video is not safe for work or in the presence of children. #Ratchet
Meanwhile, Mommy Ciara is set to guest star in the Nickelodeon hit TV show Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn. The one-hour special, titled “Go Hollywood,” airs Wednesday, Nov. 25, at 7 p.m. ET/PT. Ciara shows off her silly side as a celebrity judge on a cooking competition show alongside celebrity chef Alex Guarnaschelli. Check out this sneak peak.
Written by Jazzy T
Fri- Nov. 20th – Sun. Nov. 22nd Sesame Street Live – Make a New Friend @ Auditorium Theatre. Tickets are $10, $16.50, $21.50, $26.50 and $51.50. Available at Auditorium Theatre Box Office, TicketMaster.com or charge by phone 1-800-745-3000.
Fri. Nov. 20th 8p & 10:15p Talent’s Comedy Takeover – Wild ‘n Out Edition @ The German House w/ Rip Michaels; Mike Bonner and Tommy Too Smoov & Skeet. Gen. Adm. $20 and available at: German House; Visions Barbershop. Online: talentcomedytakeover.brownpapertickets.com. Preferred VIP seating call 914-861-5653.
Sat. Nov. 21st 9p Celebrating Freddy C’s 30 Years in the Music Industry @ Lovin’ Cup Tickets are $25 in advance $35 at the door and available at: El Pilon 937 N. Clinton Ave. Call 585-415-8986 for more info
Sat. Nov. 21st 8p door/9p show Mr. Vegas @ Main St. Armory Tickets are $35 – $45 and available at the Main St. Armory online at Ticketfly.com. Girls 18+ Guys 21+
Sat. Nov. 21st So Fly Saturdays @ Deja Blue Lounge 420 Central Ave. Ladies 21+ Free till 11pm Fellas 25+ $5 till 11pm. Music provided by DJ Wizz, DJ Just Roc, and DJ Selecta Preece