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Southwest Airlines

Southwest Airlines to Keep Middle Seat Open Through Thanksgiving

Southwest Airlines will continue to try and keep people socially distanced on flights through Thanksgiving.  The airline will leave middle seats open on its planes through November 30th. The policy had been set to end on October 31st.   Southwest started the practice at the beginning of the pandemic.   JetBlue, Alaska, and Delta have also kept… Read more »

Will Smith

Janet Hubert Joining Fresh Prince Reunion

Ever since it was announced that the cast of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air would reunite fans wanted to know if Janet Hubert, the first Aunt Viv, would be part of the reunion.  Well, when the reunion shots came out of the cast she wasn’t included, but now, a new photo of Hubert and Will Smith having… Read more »

patti labelle and gladys knight

Patti LaBelle and Gladys Knight on Next Versus Battle

Okay all of you “Soulful Folks”.  The next Verzuz battle has been set.   It’s just been announced that the Godmother of Soul and the Empress of Soul are going to go head to head in the next Verzuz Instagram battle.   Patti Labelle and Gladys Knight will face off on September 13 from The Fillmore in… Read more »

eddie murphy

Eddie Murphy to Host Comedy Festival

Eddie Murphy is making a return to the stage in support of Bryon Allen’s “Feeding America Comedy Festival.” Other comedians taking part in the special three-hour event include Chris Rock, Tiffany Haddish, Kenan Thompson, Kevin Hart, and Marlon Wayans. Byron Allen told The Hollywood Reporter, “Laughter is often the best medicine, we’re extremely motivated to… Read more »

Surgeon General

Surgeon General: Most of the Country Won’t Be Open by May 1st

Despite some early indications of a ‘light at the end of the tunnel’, the U.S. Surgeon General doesn’t expect things to be up and running by the end of April.  Surgeon General Jerome Adams said Friday that “Most of the country” will not be opened up by May 1st, although some places with “consistently low… Read more »