This past week in US politics the Republican campaign lost some footing in the potential re-election of President Donald Trump. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced she is stepping down from the Trump administration at the end of the month in a shocking twist after it had been over 90 days since she last daily press briefing.
The mind is a powerful thing. Scientists and medical experts estimate that the brain thinks between 60,000 – 80,000 thoughts a day.
The 74th annual ceremony for the Tony Awards has officially been set for June 7, 2020 at Radio City Music Hall. Broadway’s biggest night co-presented by the American Theatre Wing and the Broadway League will once again be broadcast on CBS continuing the televised tradition that began in 1978.
This week the Nobel committee in Oslo, Norway will announce the winner of the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize. The prize is awarded annually to the individual or organization promoted world peace in the most outstanding nature.
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The 2019 Women’s World Cup Finals are Sunday July 7 at 11 a.m.
In 1991, the Oscar-nominated film “Bugsy” became a runaway hit. Hollywood leading man Warren Beatty and actress Annette Bening led the script that focused on the life and times of the notorious Bugsy Siegel.
These past weeks United States Women’s National Team opened its 2019 Women’s World Cup title defense with an enormous 13-0 victory over Thailand, as well as a second win against Chile just this Sunday. USA was listed by a majority of sportsbooks as the favorite at -4500 on the money line, while Chile went off at a whooper +8500.
On June 10, the theater world may be dancing around some big surprises and upsets when the 73rd annual Tony Awards airs. For the first time in many years it has recently been reported from industry insiders that they think ballot votes will be full of non-conventional wins and many favorites not taking home the gold.
The 151st running of the Belmont Stakes this weekend will bring the close of the Triple Crown. The season has truly been one of the strangest in racing history.