Kodak Black Sent To Federal Prison For 3 Years

November 15, 2019

Written by DJ Sight Rapper Kodak black will be sitting behind bars in federal prison for the next 3 years on weapon charges. He’s not out of hot water yet because he still faces drug, weapon, and sexual assault charges in other states. Kodak Black made headlines earlier this year after making inappropriate comments about […]

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NYC Housing Projects Used As Airbnb

November 12, 2019

Written by DJ Sight Everyone knows New York City is expensive to live or visit and nothing there cost less than $100. If it does, you better scratch your head and think twice about it. A woman from Boston booked an Airbnb in the Chelsea section of Manhattan, thinking she got a great deal because the […]

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The Strong Museum’s 2019 Toy Hall of Fame

November 8, 2019

The Strong National Museum of Play was featured on The Today Show this morning to announce their 2019 National Toy Hall of Fame inductees. “The Strong welcomes Matchbox Cars, Magic: The Gathering, and the coloring book to the 2019 class of the National Toy Hall of Fame!” To learn more about the National Toy Hall […]

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New LGBT+ Bar Opens on Culver Road

November 6, 2019

Written by Jasmine ‘Roar’ is Rochester’s new restaurant, bar and entertainment venue located on Culver Road. This new establishment is co-owned by David Chappius, who is also known by his Drag Queen stage name, “DeeDee Dubois.” The inspiration behind ‘Roar’ stemmed from the closing of the popular bar, Tilt, which left Rochester’s LGBT+ community without […]

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Former McDonald’s CEO Fired Over Relationship With Employee Seek Huge Payday

November 6, 2019

Written by DJ Sight The former CEO of Mickey D’s, Steve Easterbrook, could walk away with $70 million in his pocket after his departure with the company. Most companies forbid management to have relationships with employees under them. Some may say it was a stupid decision he made to mess with the employee, I say […]

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More Than 250,000 New Yorkers Participated in Early Voting

November 5, 2019

Written by Jasmine  The numbers are back from New York’s first ever early voting period and it seems the initiative to increase voter turnout has paid off. According to the New York State Board of Elections, more than 256,000 residents participated in early voting. Of that total, 13,892 of those individuals were residents of Monroe County. […]

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Dr. Dre To Be Honored For His Contributions To Music

November 1, 2019

Written by DJ Sight Dre Day… It’s great to see people get their flowers when they’re still alive and healthy. Super producer and Hip Hop icon Dr. Dre will be honored by the Grammys. The Recording Academy announced that Dr. Dre will be recognized for his contributions to music Dr. Dre dominated Hip Hop music […]

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R.I.P. John Witherspoon

October 30, 2019

Written by Jasmine John Witherspoon (born Weatherspoon) was born on January 27, 1942 in Detroit, Michigan (he was an Aquarius, shout out! ♒) and he’s been making us laugh ever since. The comedy mogul got his start in stand up in the late 1970’s, something he loved doing and continued to do until his death. […]

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Why Did They Try To Update The Alphabet Song?

October 29, 2019

Written by DJ Sight Okay wonderful people, there are certain things in this world you do not change. That’s your mind on your wedding day and the alphabet. A famous TV writer came across a video of a remix version of The Alphabet Song. Now, the kiddy remake has been posted onto Twitter and has […]

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American Dream Mega Mall Finally Opens Its Doors After 20 Years 🎥

October 25, 2019

Written by Jasmine *Sigh* Malls, so nostalgic. Makes you think of either all the times you got in trouble, or all the times it kept you out of trouble, all from just being there with friends and enjoying being a kid. Kids nowadays don’t have that same feeling towards malls anymore. In fact, most of […]

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