September 24, 2020

What’s your favorite Prince song? The full vault recording of Prince’s historic concert December 31, 1987 at Paisley Park will premiere on Prince’s official YouTube channel Thursday night, September 24th at 8:00 p.m. Eastern. The New Year’s Eve benefit concert was the final time Prince and his band performed their Sign ‘O The Times tour […]

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Devon Gilfillian Will Pay Tribute To “What’s Going On” To Raise Awareness For The Election

September 23, 2020

On October 1st, Nashville singer-songwriter Devon Gilfillian will be performing a cover of Marvin Gaye’s album “What’s Going On” as a part of a livestream event called “There’s An Election Going On” that he will be hosting as well. The performance will feature guests like Grace Potter, Jason Isbell, Breland, the War and Treaty, and […]

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The Next Zoom Where It Happens Features Gabriella Union Hosting All Black ‘Friends’ Episode

September 22, 2020

Gabriella Union will be hosting an all-Black “Friends” cast reading tonight from 6:00pm – 7:00pm E.T. on Zoom Where It Happens. Union hasn’t announced which actors will be playing which characters but it is known that Salli Richardson-Whitfield will be directing the table read. The lineup includes Sterling K. Brown, Ryan Bathe, Uzo Aduba, Aisha […]

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Tropical Storm Beta Expected To Make Landfall Early This Week

September 21, 2020

Rescue crews are preparing themselves by conducting practice drills in Corpus Christy, Texas to make sure they are ready for water rescues when tropical storm Beta makes landfall. Beta (the greek letter) is the new record holder, coming in at the 23rd tropical storm to be named in the Atlantic, taking the place of Alpha […]

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Hurricane Sally Floods Most Of Pensacola County With 30 Inches Of Rain

September 17, 2020

Hurricane Sandy’s Floodwaters by the Florida-Alabama line have trapped hundreds of people and authorities are worried more people could be in danger in the next few days. According to Ginny Cranor, chief of the Pensacola Fire Department, “We had 30 inches of rain in Pensacola — 30-plus inches of rain — which is four months […]

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Peaceful Protesters Gather At City Hall Yesterday Morning

September 16, 2020

Protesters demonstrating against the murder of Daniel Prude by the Rochester Police Department met this morning at City Hall around 8:30am. According to City officials, the employees decided to close early around 11am because the peaceful demonstration blocked the entrance of City Hall and made it difficult for anyone to enter. Free the People ROC […]

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Demonstrators Sit Naked With Spit Hoods On Their Heads To Protest The Killing Of Daniel Prude

September 8, 2020

Early yesterday morning, demonstrators protested against the murder of Daniel Prude by sitting naked in front of the Public Safety Building with spit hoods on their heads and the words “Black Lives Matter” on their backs. The demonstration echoed the way that Daniel Prude was treated by the Rochester Police Department while he was being […]

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Community Justice Initiative Gives Press Conference On Police Behavior During Protests

September 7, 2020

The Community Justice Initiative gave a press conference on Sunday, September 6 in regards to the methods that the Rochester Police Department used against people protesting for Daniel Prude. The conference was held around Laura Street and E. Main Street in the City of Rochester. Anthony Hall, the spokesperson for CJI used the conference to […]

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Protests Against Death Of Daniel Prude Continue

September 6, 2020

Another protest happened last night in response to the death of Daniel Prude at the hands of Rochester Police Officers. More than 1000 people joined in and marched for justice for Daniel Prude and major reform to the Rochester Police Department. The march began at 6:30 on Jefferson Avenue, where the incident took place between […]

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Thousands Demand Justice For Daniel Prude & Clash With Police Downtown

September 5, 2020

Late Friday evening, a peaceful protest that began as a rally to demand justice for Daniel Prude’s death at the hands of Rochester Police Officers. Around 2000 people attended the rally, beginning at Martin Luther King Jr. Park and marching towards East Avenue at around 6:00pm. There were speeches from concerned citizens and Daniel Prude’s […]

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