It's the same list of grievances over, and over, and over...
Shes been camping nearby since Wednesday, she said.
This is her 29th Trump rally.
A "Ma'am" story.
Audio [of the The Right Stuff] works super well with that Tucker Carlson THE END OF MASCULINITY doc:https://twitter.com/skolanach/status/1576191306639978496
71-yr-old man called Pa'at reaches Pacific Crest Trail Northern Terminus after having walked every..
* Manning Park is in British Columbia.
Coolio, the Grammy-winning rapper, producer and actor best known for his 1995 hit Gangstas Paradise, has died. He was 59.
The rappers longtime manager Jarel Posey confirmed the news to Variety, saying that Coolio died around 5 p.m. PT on Wednesday afternoon. According to TMZ, Coolio was found at a friends house.
Coolio rose to prominence in the Los Angeles rap scene in the 90s, scoring his big break when he recorded the song Gangstas Paradise for the 1995 film Dangerous Minds, starring Michelle Pfeiffer. It quickly became one of the most popular rap songs of all time, topping the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks and ending 1995 as the No. 1 single of that year in the United States. In 1996, Gangstas Paradise was nominated for record of the year and best rap solo performance at the Grammy Awards, with Coolio winning the latter. The song was soon spoofed by Weird Al Yankovic, who satirized it as Amish Paradise, though Coolio was adamant that he did not give Weird Al permission to do so. However, Coolio has said in interviews that the two later made amends.
Born Artis Leon Ivey Jr. on Aug. 1, 1963 in Pennsylvania, Coolio later moved to Compton, Calif. where he joined the hip-hop group WC and the Maad Circle in 1991. A few years later, in 1994, Coolio signed with Tommy Boy Records and released his debut album It Takes a Thief. Catapulted by its lead single Fantastic Voyage, It Takes a Thief peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 200 album chart and was certified platinum.
Read more: https://variety.com/2022/music/news/coolio-dead-dies-gangstas-paradise-rapper-1235387456/
See & hear more from her visit: http://blogs.loc.gov/loc/2022/09/it
A flute @lizzo played in the Main Reading Room Monday (with permission from some lucky researchers who were there!) looks similar to the crystal one she had at her concert, but is actually plexiglass. It is also very rare & was manufactured when the material was first invented.🔊
President James Madisons crystal flute, engraved with his name and the year it was made 1813. Photo: Library of Congress.
How cool... and those acoustics!
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