Tuesday, 14 November 2017 by Jerri Papp
And there’s slim chance of that happening Research conducted by insurance company Mass Mutual reveals disturbing insight: Almost 11% of those surveyed about financing an education cited winning the lottery as a means of paying for their kids’ college. (Image: iStock/ChrisGorgio) According to learning website ThoughtCo., the chance of winning a Daily 4
Tuesday, 07 November 2017 by Synamon Reed
Mika Zibanejad, whose consecutive left-circle faceoff victories against Brandon Dubinsky led directly to the Rangers’ second and third, third-period power-play goals that fueled the club’s impressive 5-3 victory over the Jackets at the Garden on Monday, seems to be filling the role as No. 1 center rather seamlessly. That opening, of course, was created by
Alex Williams’ new LP Better Than Myself was already a stripped-down slice of Seventies country when it was released in August. Now the Indiana-born artist has stripped it down even further for an acoustic version of “Pay No Mind” that he recorded for the new Bud Light Basement acoustic performance series. One of the most
Saturday, 29 July 2017 by Jerri Papp
Meek Mill reflects on life and loss in his new video for “We Ball” featuring Young Thug. The song hails from his new album, Wins and Losses. The clip is “Dedicated to all of those we lost to the streets” and opens on Meek Mill’s late protégé Lil Snupe adeptly freestyle rapping; the 18-year-old artist was
Friday, 07 July 2017 by Jerri Papp
9:38 AM PDT 7/7/2017 by Lorena O’Neil “That’s something they do for me because they feel it’s what’s right and fair.” Emma Stone is playing tennis icon Billie Jean King in the upcoming Battle of the Sexes movie and she, King and Stone’s co-star Andrea Riseborough spoke about gender equality and inclusion in Out magazine.
Wednesday, 07 June 2017 by Synamon Reed
The Dallas Cowboys are getting a massive bargain with Dak Prescott | Ronald Martinez/Getty Images This may sound outlandish to the general public, but there are dozens of NFL players who are severely underpaid. To the naked eye, it may seem like NFL players are spoiled as they make millions of dollars to play a game.
(Image: iStock/ollo) Happy Equal Pay Day said no woman ever. It’s that time of year—again—where we are faced with the sobering reminder that the pay gap between men and women still exists. Equal Pay Day was created in 1996 by the National Committee on Pay Equity to bring attention to the ongoing gender pay gap.
Friday, 28 April 2017 by Synamon Reed
Stephen Curry is money | Jason Miller/Getty Images There’s nothing wrong with arguing that athletes get paid way too much money. Any reasonable person should understand this particular point of view. Here are a group of individuals, who spend their time playing a game, who have the opportunity to make more money than most people will
Is it caused by algorithms or old-fashioned racism? (Image: iStock/Ma-Ke) New data from the investigative journalism team at ProPublica and Consumer Reports show that auto insurance costs more for those living in minority neighborhoods. People of color are even charged more when they have the same driving record and risks as those in white and
Tuesday, 11 April 2017 by Jerri Papp
The two studios are taken to court by a guild. The American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada has filed a new lawsuit claiming that MGM and Paramount Pictures has failed to pay wages, benefits and residual compensation to musicians who recorded the score for the 2016 film remake of Ben Hur.