Every year around this time, families scramble to the nearest clothing stores to pick out their perfect red white and blue, starred and striped outfit to wear for the 4th. During the day most barbecue on the grill at home, some go to the closest park for a picnic, and many attend Fourth of July parades and concerts. Thanks to John Adams, the night ends with an awesome show of sparks and burning colored flames. Here are some ways you can spend this firework driven holiday.
The first ever NBA Awards will be held at Basketball City of New York on June 26 at 9 p.m. with Drake serving as the reported host while Nicki Minaj, his capable label mate with bars full of sports references, is set to perform. Just one shy of Young Money’s Big 3, this ceremony is definitely worth watching, not just for the musical entertainment but particularly because of the talented nominees and curiosity over how well the inaugural award show will do. Check out our preview of the night’s biggest awards and potential winners. Continue reading “Previewing The Inaugural NBA Awards”
Comedian Dave Chappelle has an all-star ensemble joining him for a string of shows at New York’s Radio City Music Hall. Continue reading “Dave Chappelle Announces All-Star Shows at Radio City Music Hall”
Shortly after playing 25 North American cities on his Starboy: Legend of the Fall tour, R&B superstar The Weeknd has announced another round of touring. Continue reading “The Weeknd Extends Starboy: Legend of the Fall Tour”
This Father’s Day, forget about getting Dad the predictable and boring tie, wallet, or golf club. Instead, give him the gift of entertainment and treat him with tickets to the following events, each of which he’s sure to love. Continue reading “Foolproof Father’s Day gifts”