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  • 2017 rally counterprotester with flamethrower drops appeal

    A black counterprotester is no longer appealing his conviction for using an improvised flamethrower during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. News outlets report that court documents show Corey

    thenewstribune
  • Alabama country music festival moving to another spot

    CULLMAN, Ala. (AP) - Rock the South is moving this year, but fans of the country music festival in Cullman needn't worry. Al.com reports the festival is leaving its usual home in Heritage Park for a larger location about two miles (3.21 kilometers) away. Organizers say the site will expand

    The Washington Times
  • Alabama country music festival moving to another spot

    Rock the South is moving this year, but fans of the country music festival in Cullman needn't worry. Al.com reports the festival is leaving its usual home in Heritage Park

    thenewstribune
  • Cardi B is dropping another song with Bruno Mars

    We hear the track — which we learned will feature another big artist as well — is slated to drop Jan. 25, but could be pushed back due to Cardi’s busy schedule.

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  • Cardi B plans to drop a new album this year

    Cardi B is planning a new album for 2019, possibly as soon as spring.

    Page Six
  • Sony Music Drops R. Kelly As Another Accuser Speaks Out

    RCA Records and its parent company Sony Music will drop R. Kelly, Variety reports. The company does not plan on giving a formal announcement in regards to severing their relationship with the artist, but the decision comes after Lifetime's Surviving R. Kelly re-opened the discussion around harrowing accusations of sexual abuse against the singer. Many have called for the company to drop the singer, starting a movement titled #MuteRKelly and publicly protesting outside its offices. According to...

    @refinery29
  • A top Apple analyst believes there's another 'shoe to drop' for the stock

    Though Apple has trumpeted its Services segment, the company's top analyst thinks the App Store is "the next shoe to drop."

    CNBC