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Entertainment News | Samantha Taking Break from

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Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], July 14 (ANI): Samantha Ruth Prabhu has recently finished shooting for action-packed ‘Citadel’. The actor will now take a brief break from acting to take care of her health as she is dealing with Myositis, an auto-immune condition.

Samantha’s hair stylist and close friend Rohit Bhatkar confirmed her break via an emotional Instagram post.

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“2 years, 1 sensational music video, 3 movies, 7 brand campaigns, 2 editorials and a lifetime of memories. We saw it all from sunny days to rainy days, From tears of joy and laughter to tears of pain and agony.From being confident to being vulnerable, From our highs to our lows and then back up. What a beautiful ride it has been with you. Certainly, one to remember,” he wrote.

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He continued saying, “As you now go on a healing journey I wish you more Strength and Power to you. And that you unfold certain dimensions of your existence which you never tapped on up until now. Upwards and onwards. Big hug and lots of love to you Sam! Remember that ‘you are that wildflower which grew even after the forest fire’. Know that we will all be waiting for you to come back even stronger than ever. Until next time friend.”

Last year, Samantha revealed that she is diagnosed with an autoimmune condition called ‘Myositis’ and broke her silence on her health update via her social media.

“A few months back I was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition called Myositis. I was hoping to share this after it had gone into remission. But it is taking a little longer than I hoped,” she had posted.

She also added, “I am slowly realising that we don’t always need to put up a strong front. Accepting this vulnerability is something that I am still struggling with. The doctors are confident that I will make a complete recovery very soon. I have had good days and bad days…. physically and emotionally…. and even when it feels like I can’t handle one more day of this, somehow that moment passes. I guess it can only mean that I am one more day closer to recovery. I love you.. (black heart emoji). THIS TOO SHALL PASS.”

According to National Health Service UK (NHS), myositis is the name for a group of rare conditions which lead to weak, painful and aching muscles. Also, this condition gets worse with time.

There are generally three types of myositis: Polymyositis, dermatomyositis and inclusion body myositis (IBM). (ANI)

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Residents of Kalyani Nagar Demand Action Against

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Pune: The residents of Kalyani Nagar are facing an ongoing issue caused by one of the prominent Restaurants, located on Rd Number 11, Jogger’s Park, Nandanvan. The restaurant’s continuous disregard for local regulations and its negative impact on the community has raised serious concerns among the residents.

One resident pointed out that the prominent problem stems from the restaurant’s constant disturbance due to excessively loud music throughout the day. The residents living in close proximity to the restaurant have been enduring relentless noise pollution, significantly impacting their quality of life.

Another resident highlighted that the loud music not only disrupts the peaceful environment but also violates the law, which prohibits noise disturbances during the daytime. This disturbance affects senior citizens, children, and working individuals. Article 21 of the constitution grants every individual the right to live in peace, and playing loud music during the day is considered a violation. A related article illustrates strict action against playing loud music during the daytime.

Furthermore, the absence of adequate parking space at one of the prominent Restaurant poses a significant issue. As a result, customers haphazardly park their vehicles on the road, causing traffic congestion and inconvenience for motorists and pedestrians alike. This blatant disregard for parking regulations has worsened congestion in the area and jeopardized the safety of residents and road users.

In addition, instances of unruly behavior from intoxicated customers associated with one of the prominent Restaurant have come to the attention of the residents. This nuisance is not confined to nighttime but also occurs during the day, which is particularly distressing. The rowdy behavior of these customers not only poses a threat to public safety but also creates a hostile environment for local residents. Moreover, the staff of one of the prominent engages in loud conversations after working hours, disturbing the peace of the residents, even as late as 1:30 AM.

Police Complaint Filed Against The Restaurant Owner

Resident Expressing their frustration, a Kalyani Nagar resident stated that they have submitted a complaint against the restaurant to Police Commissioner Retesh Kumarr. The resident believes that the Yerwada police have failed in establishing a peaceful environment in Kalyani Nagar, considering the multiple noise-related complaints that have persisted for years.

Another resident said, “Acknowledging the efforts of DCP Traffic Vijay Magar in addressing the restaurant’s violations, another resident expressed disappointment that the situation has not improved despite the intervention. The residents now call upon the concerned authorities and local law enforcement agencies to swiftly address these issues, ensuring that the restaurant adheres to regulations and respects the well-being of the community.

The residents of Kalyani Nagar firmly believe that resolving these ongoing issues is crucial for restoring peace and tranquillity to their neighbourhood, creating a safe and harmonious environment for all.

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[Graphic News] BTS boasts most loyal fanbase in

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The K-pop sensation BTS enjoys the most loyal fanbase based on how far its supporters are willing to travel, a survey by a US travel information site showed.

Upgraded Points released the results of its poll titled, “How Far Would You Travel to See Your Favorite Artist?” on its website, based on answers from 3,200 American music fans.

On the website’s 100-point loyalty index, BTS scored 88.4 points to lead all artists. The score was based on survey questions that included how far fans would travel and how much they would spend to see their favorite acts.

According to the poll, BTS fans were willing to travel an average of 3,283 kilometers.

The late Michael Jackson, dubbed the King of Pop, finished second in the loyalty rankings at 76.8 points, followed by Elton John at 66.4 points and Lady Gaga at 63.3 points. (Yonhap)

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News of record – July 12, 2023 | Police & Courts

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The following is a list of incidents reported to police agencies on July 12; however, the call may have resulted in something other than what was originally reported.

BECKLEY POLICE DEPARTMENT

Abandoned vehicle: Prince Street

Animal call: 202 Carter St.

Attempt to locate: out of county

Attempt to serve court document: Smoot Avenue

Breaking and entering in progress: Edgewood Drive

Burglar alarm: Robert C. Byrd Drive, Prillerman Avenue, 4273 Robert C. Byrd Drive (Gabe’s), 315 New Jersey Ave. (Beckley City Police shooting range)

Check welfare: Clyde Street

Civil assist: 501 Neville St. (Beckley City Police Department), 222 Main St. (Beckley judicial annex) (2), Robert C. Byrd Drive

Civil matter: Clark Street, F Street

Disturbance: Ewart Avenue

Extra patrol: 1000 block South Eisenhower Drive, 1080 N. Eisenhower Drive (2), 2893 Robert C. Byrd Drive (Sheetz) (2), 1330 N. Eisenhower Drive (Walmart), 1220 N. Eisenhower Drive (Sam’s Club), 1210 N. Eisenhower Drive (Lowe’s), 2nd Street and Fayette Street, 1 Rails to Trails (2), 500 block Neville Street, 613 S. Fayette St., 100 block Johnstown Road, 100 block Larew Avenue, 100 block Beckley Plaza, 100 Adair St. (New River Park), 1000 block Scott Avenue

Follow-up call: South Fayette Street

Juvenile problems: South Kanawha Street, Beckwood Drive

K9 unit request: Main Street and South Kanawha Street, North Eisenhower Drive

Larceny: Piney Avenue, Robert C. Byrd Drive, South Heber Street

Loud music/noise: Reservoir Road

Magistrate detail: 222 Main St. (Beckley judicial annex) (3)

Mail run: 501 Neville St. (Beckley City Police Department)

Motor vehicle accident without fluid/injury: 100 block McCulloch Drive

Overdose: South Heber Street

Panic/hold alarm: North Ridge Road

Radar patrol: 100 block Larew Avenue (2)

Runaway juvenile: New River Town Center

Shoplifting: 1330 N. Eisenhower Drive (Walmart), 133 Beckley Crossing (Kroger) (2)

Special assignment: 1129 S. Fayette St. (Stratton Elementary) (2)

Speeding vehicle: Larew Avenue

Suspicious activity: Robert C. Byrd Drive, Pinewood Drive, Westmoreland Street, 501 Neville St. (Beckley City Police Department), Hull Street

Suspicious person: Neville Street and 2nd Avenue, Johnstown Road, Ellison Avenue, McCreery Street and South Kanawha Street, Summers Street

Suspicious vehicle: Yellow Wood Way

Threats: Harper Road, 501 Neville St. (Beckley City Police Department)

Traffic stop: 615 N. Eisenhower Drive (Mountaineer Ford), 100 block 2nd Street (Thornhill Courts), Beaver Avenue and South Kanawha Street, 100 block South Fayette Street, South Fayette Street and E Street, 400 block South Fayette Street, 100 block Thomas Street, Woodlawn Avenue and 2nd Street, 1000 block South Kanawha Street, 1700 block Harper Road, 200 block Pikeview Drive, 2800 block Robert C. Byrd Drive, 1300 block Harper Road, South Eisenhower Drive and South Fayette Street

Unknown law enforcement problem: South Eisenhower Drive

Unwanted person: Woodlawn Avenue

Vehicle towed: North Oakwood Avenue

Warrant served: 501 Neville St. (Beckley City Police Department), McCreery Street and South Kanawha Street

RALEIGH COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Burglar alarm: Beaver, Cabell Heights, Beckley (2)

Burglary: Raleigh

Disturbance: Bragg, Raleigh, Beaver, Clear Creek, Lester, Glen Morgan

Extra patrol: Maple Fork

Harassment: MacArthur

Larceny: Beckley

Motor vehicle accident: Bradley, Beckley, Irish Mountain

Noise complaint: Sophia

Shots fired: Coal City (2)

Suspicious person: MacArthur, Maple Fork

Threats: Beaver

Vagrant: Sprague

Wildlife call: Prosperity, Fairdale

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Daily News Brief | July 13, 2023

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Give us about fifteen minutes a day, and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle.

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Today…

More gunfire in Annapolis. Blondie and Leann Rimes are coming to town for the Annapolis Songwriters Festival in September. All types of flags are allowed in schools–the initiative to ban them failed. We have an idea of what the redistricting for the northern part of the county will look like. CNBC has put Maryland in the middle of the pack when it comes to ranking the State for business. And BWI is up for a major (IMHO) award and needs your votes! The Boatyard Beach Bash tickets are flying off the shelves–get them now if you want to go on September 9th. The Tides and Tunes Concert is tonight. Our free daily email news newsletter is still on fire and if you are not on the list, you are missing out! And we have some podcast news about the local business spotlight and some bonus pods coming up!

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Good morning, it is Thursday, July 13th, 2023, and THIS is your Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief presented by Annapolis Subaru and the SPCA of Anne Arundel County.

Just a quick update on our newest free offering, the Daily News Recap email. It is free, and every night, you will get the top local news stories sent right to your inbox at 7 pm.  We are fast approaching 9,000 subscribers, so if you want in,   I’ll drop a link right here in the show notes!  OK, we have a little bit of news so we probably ought to get into it. So, shall we?

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I am beginning to think that we can’t start a day in Annapolis without talking about a shooting. Yesterday, just after midnight, police responded to the intersection of Forest Drive and Tyler Avenue for a report of shots fired. The police release said they found that the gas station was hit as well as two occupied apartments in the Robinwood community. They did not find any suspects or injured people. But reading the release one might think it was a few shots. It wasn’t. People that heard them and were passing by the area say it was a high-powered automatic weapon. Here is what it sounded like.

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What do you think? 

In the great news department, Rams Head Presents announced a partial lineup for the 2nd Annual Annapolis Songwriters Festival slated for September 14th through 17th. Four days of music all over the City. Headliners that we know so far? James McMurtry, Marty Stuart, Patty Griffin, Leann Rimes, and get this Blondie! This will be an amazing event and we will be all over it so stay tuned! Tickets go on sale this Friday at noon at annapolissongwritersfestival.com

A little bit of school news. As expected the ban on flags in the classroom failed by a vote of 4-3-1. Corinne Frank introduced the legislation which would ban any flags other than the US, Maryland, Anne Arundel, or Annapolis flags in school unless there was a bonafide educational lesson. She was joined in voting for the ban by Melissa Ellis and Michelle Corkadel. Opposing were Joanna Tobin, Robert Silkworth, Dana Schallheim, and newly sworn-in student member Eric Lin. Gloria Dent abstained, but no matter which way her vote would have gone, the measure would have failed.

Also yesterday, Dr Bedell released his redistricting recommendations. If adopted it will redraw boundaries for 48 schools in the northern end of the county, create boundaries at two new schools, and make sure all schools would be under 100% capacity. This plan is available at aacps.org/redistricting and you should take a look if you have a kid or not. And you can submit a comment there as well. Remember, this is the first part–the rest of the county will also go through this process as well. Annapolis, Arundel, Broadneck, Crofton, Severna Park, South River, and Southern are slated to begin redistricting in February 2025. 

At one point, Maryland was ranked 12th in the best states for business by CNBC. But that was just for a hot minute in 2021 because we historically have been solidly in the middle of the pack. Well, this year is no different. We are now ranked 22nd for 2023 which is up 5 points from the 27th-place ranking we had last year. Looking for the best states? Head south, Virginia is #2 and North Carolina is #1

And as we wrap it up, and as we are discussing #1 and #2, let’s talk about the new restrooms at BWI. Groan all you want at that Dad joke, but BWI is in the running for the best bathroom in the nation. For the next month, you can go to bestrestroom.com and cast your vote in the contest sponsored by Cintas. And in case you are wondering, Tampa International won last year. So go vote! 

Don’t forget that tickets for the 18th Annual Boatyard Beach Bash at the Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park are dwindling.  The date is  September 9th is the date so go get those tickets now at amaritime.org. And remember, tonight at the museum, it is Tides and Tunes–technically free, but drop a ten-spot to help out and enjoy the awesomeness that is the One Night Only Band. 

OK, that’s all I got news-wise!  Podcast stuff–  Up this weekend on the Local Business Spotlight Ballet Theater of Maryland! And depending on my motivation level, I do have some bonus pods for you from a looper and from the Baysox!

And that IS a wrap.  As always, thank you all for being you. And a thank you to the sponsors for today’s Daily News Brief- Annapolis Subaru, the SPCA of Anne Arundel County, Solar Energy Services, Alpha Engineering, and Hospice of the Chesapeake.

OK, so now you need to hang tight because we have George from DCMDVA Weather with the only locally forecast weather report you will find. And of course, Trevor, from Annapolis Makerspace is here with your Annapolis Makerspace Maker Minutes. All of that is coming right up so, hang tight! 



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Party in the Park brings music, vendors,

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Painesville’s annual Party in the Park kicks off on July 14, bringing three days of live music and festivities to the city’s square.

Described by organizers from the Painesville Community Improvement Corporation as “Ohio’s largest free music festival,” the event will also include vendors, food and family activities. Additions to this year’s festival include tours of a nearby student housing renovation project and new food options at the VIP tent.

“PCIC is expecting a pre-COVID crowd over three exciting days in our historic Lake County seat of Painesville,” said event co-chair and PCIC President Pam Morse.

The festival’s live music will include “up-and-coming local acts, award-winning Cleveland musicians and national touring acts,” as noted on the event webpage. Performers will play music from “genres including rock, reggae, jazz, funk, folk, Rock-a-Billy, country, classic rock, jam bands, Latin, soul, bluegrass and more.”

Morse highlighted performances from Nashville musician Nick Walker, who grew up in the area, as well as Cleveland-based Latin band Grupo Fuego and Cuban-born musician Justo Saborit.

According to the event schedule, Nick Walker will perform “beach country” music at 4:45 p.m. on July 14. Grupo Fuego will start at 10 p.m. that night, while Justo Saborit and Latin Soul will take the stage with “Latin jazz” at 2:30 p.m. on July 15.

Performances begin at noon each day, with the final performance starting at 10 p.m. all three nights. A full music schedule can be found on the “Party in the Park” tab at painesvilleimprovement.com.

Morse said that visitors can also check out the “more than 30 food vendors, games, tent vendors and artisan shopping booths.”

She added that children and their families can visit the park’s community stage, which will include “family acts of magic tricks, balloon art and humor for all.” The stage’s schedule can be found on the PCIC website.

Other children’s activities will include crafts and a Family Fun Zone that is open until 8 p.m. each day, Morse said.

According to the PCIC website, the party’s VIP tent will operate from 4 to 10 p.m.  each day and include a private bar, private restrooms, “three premium beverage tickets” and a view of the party’s large screen. International specials will be offered at 6 p.m. each night and will include Latino food on July 14, Italian food on July 15 and Mediterranean food on July 16.

VIP passes cost $50 per person, with a $135 three-day pass and a $350 pass for a group of eight also available.

She noted that visitors will also have an opportunity to tour “The Tower,” an urban renewal project at 30 S. Park Pl. which will begin housing Lake Erie College students in August. Developer Renew Partners will offer the tours at the former bank building from 4 to 6 p.m. each day.

The festival’s final day will begin with “Son Rise” services from Painesville United Methodist Church and Grand River Baptist Church. Morse noted that Painesville UMC will hold the first service at 8:30 a.m. on July 16, while a Facebook post from Grand River stated that its service will begin at 10 a.m.

She noted that PCIC uses the funds from Party in the Park to support the YMCA’s Safety Around Water program, which provides a week of safety training for second grade students in the Painesville City and Fairport Harbor school districts. PCIC wants to add students from Riverside Schools in 2024.

The festival will also support efforts to build a new skate park at the city’s Kiwanis Recreation Park, Morse said.

A July 12 Painesville news release noted that free parking will be available at the Jobs and Family Services building at 177 Main St., as well as parking lots on Sterling Avenue, St. Clair Street and the former Lake East Hospital site on East Washington Street.

Painesville Square will be closed to traffic from noon on July 13 to the morning of July 17.

“If the weather smiles upon us, bring your chairs and come to the Painesville Veterans Square to sing, dance, laugh and have a wonderful time,” Morse said.

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Kendrick Lamar, Janet Jackson, Megan Thee Stallion

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ATLANTA — ONE Music Fest has announced who will be taking the stage when the Atlanta music festival returns in October at a brand new venue.

The 13th festival is described by organizers as the “largest urban progressive music festival in the southeast.”

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It has previously been held in Atlanta’s Central Park and Centennial Olympic Park. This year, the festival is taking over Piedmont Park on October 28 and 29.

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Superstars Kendrick Lamar, Janet Jackson, Megan Thee Stallion and Brent Faiyaz are headlining the weekend. Dozens of others, including Kodak Black, Fabolous and Waka Flocka, are also set to take the stage.

General Admission tickets for the whole weekend start out at $199.

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ONE Music Fest is not the first music festival scheduled for Piedmont Park this fall.

Music Midtown will return in September after the 2022 event was abruptly canceled. The headliners include Guns N’ Roses, Pitbull, Lil Baby, P!nk, Flume, Billie Eilish, The 1975 and more.

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Dianne Buswell and Joe Sugg tease exciting news

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Strictly’s Dianne Buswell and Joe Sugg are currently enjoying a summer holiday in Poland ahead of their busy work schedule this coming autumn.

The couple, who have been together since meeting on Strictly Come Dancing back in 2018 and recently bought a jaw-dropping family home near Brighton, are abroad with Dianne’s brother and his family and have been documenting their trip on social media.

Dianne has been regularly posting photos and videos of their adventures but surprised her fans when she appeared to tease some exciting news.

Taking to her Instagram Stories, the 34-year-old shared a close-up selfie of her and Joe clinking their drink glasses and smiling at the camera.

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Dianne and Joe teased exciting news whilst on holiday in Poland

“One of the best days ever, can’t wait to share the vlogs and pics with you all,” Dianne wrote, placing the text over part of her hand.

A fun video followed the photo, and it saw the group in a restaurant dancing to Polish music.

Dianne revealed that she was holidaying in Poland earlier this week. “Holiday time,” she simply wrote alongside several photos of her and Joe’s first days in Krakow.

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Dianne Buswell and Joe Sugg during their holiday to Poland

A day later she shared several photos alongside her niece Zofia and admitted her “heart is so full” before asking her fans for travel recommendations.

“My heart is so full, also Joe has a new name as of today! Zofia calls him toe toe! Like the wizard of oz dog. @joe_sugg @buzzballz1 @melskilejman. Who has been to Poland and if so where do you recommend?” she wrote.

Dianne and Joe will no doubt make the most of their time away as the professional dancer will soon begin working again on hit BBC show Strictly Come Dancing.

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The couple recently bought an incredible home near Brighton

Dancers on the show normally meet their celebrity partners during the summer months, and rehearse for many weeks before the show begins in September.

MORE:  12 celebrities rumoured to star on Strictly Come Dancing 2023 

The line-up for this year’s show is yet to be revealed but it seems the audience is in for a surprise as there are reports that the show’s producers have broken their golden rule of not allowing reality TV stars to take part.

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Dianne Buswell will soon head back to the BBC dancefloor

It’s been reported that former Love Island star Zara McDermott will become the first star to join the dance competition. 

The producers are reportedly hoping that her appearance will attract a younger audience.

Zara has become increasingly popular since leaving Love Island. The 26-year-old has nearly two million Instagram followers and has recently made several appearances alongside members of the royal family.

Most recently she united with the Princess of Wales to help her launch her Shaping Us campaign – which aims to highlight the importance of early years development.



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Cincinnati’s Black Music Walk Of Fame To Make

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The Cincinnati Black Music Walk of Fame will make history on July 23 when it opens during the Cincinnati Music Festival, one of the country’s largest African American music festivals. 

Created by Hamilton County Commission President Alicia Reece, the Cincinnati Black Music Walk of Fame will induct Penny Ford, Midnight Star, hip-hop/soul producer Hi-Tek and jazz musician Wilbert Longmire, who will be inducted posthumously. 

In 2022, the organization honored inductees Bootsy Collins, Charles Fold, the Isley Brothers and Otis Williams.

On July 22, the festivities will kick-off with a special red carpet event where organizers, city officials, and artists will celebrate the grand opening. 

The Cincinnati Black Music Walk of Fame is a $20 million investment by Hamilton County and has received additional funding from the private sector. 

The walk of fame project is a near $20 million investment by Hamilton County and also acquired additional fundraising from the private sector. It’s a project that could have a huge impact on Ohio’s economy. 

A similar concept in Atlanta was created in 2021 with the Black Music & Entertainment Walk of Fame. In two years, honorees have included Beyoncé, OutKast, Quincy Jones, and Usher. With both a national and international appeal, the BMEWOF honors iconic individuals and organizations that have impacted Black culture and community alongside those who continue to lead into the future.

The Cincinnati Black Music Walk of Fame is expected to bring in $107 million annually to the local economy.

This year’s Cincinnati Music Festival will be headlined by Janet Jackson, Charlie Wilson and Ari Lennox.

 

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Music, D’Amelio Footwear & More – Billboard

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Amazon Prime Day is here! The sale runs from July 11 to 12, so make sure to take advantage of the huge savings while you can!

Click here for a breakdown of all the best Prime Day deals.

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Amazon Prime Day is here. It’s Amazon’s biggest shopping day of the year with millions of discounts on toys, electronics, fashion, beauty and more.

Music lovers will find a number of CDs, vinyl, box sets and more all on sale for Prime Day. You can also get a subscription to Amazon Music Unlimited for just 99 cents a month, which gets you access to millions of songs and artists online.

The best deals are on Amazon devices including the Echo Show, which is a smart display that lets you play music, check the weather, read the news and more.

Amazon also just introduced the super cute Echo Pop Speaker, which is just $17 for Prime Day. This is a smart speaker that lets you use Alexa to play music throughout the home.

If you’re a fashion lover, brands like Victoria’s Secret are up to 60% off, and there are huge discounts on beauty brands like IT Cosmetics and Urban Decay.

Watch the full video above!



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