Lee Davy talks to Andre Akkari about his role in the Brazilian poker scene, his interest in esports, and his views on the PokerStars Player’s No-Limit Hold’em Championships. Andre Akkari helping spread poker like a fever Audio *To download this audio, right click and save link as* The main stage of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure
[unable to retrieve full-text content]One officer in Howard County has gone viral for a move he performed in a game of one-on-one hoops. Original Post
YouTube and Facebook are cracking down on content related to the viral “Tide Pod Challenge” this week as experts warn of severe health risks associated with eating the laundry detergent packets. Continue Reading Below The challenge, which has become a fixture on social media platforms in recent weeks, involves teenagers challenging each other to film
CHICAGO — When WGN anchor Ben Bradley started receiving a flood of messages on social media Wednesday morning, he hoped it was because of something he did, like one of his investigative stories going viral. But instead he was drawing fire from across the pond, where British Member of Parliament (MP) Ben Bradley was the
Last Updated Jan 18, 2018 7:12 PM EST TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — A University of Alabama student repeatedly used a racial slur in videos posted on social media, prompting immediate condemnation from school officials and her apparent expulsion Wednesday. A video of the former student using the n-word multiple times went viral on Martin Luther King
This challenge is a bit easier to swallow. A media-savvy Brooklyn pizzeria owner is putting his own twist on the viral Tide Pods challenge by selling “Pied Pods” — nuggets of dough, cheese and pepperoni shaped like detergent capsules. “Maybe kids will eat these instead of something poisonous,” said Sean Berthiaume, the owner of Vinnie’s
A Denver woman created a hilarious ‘birth’ photoshoot to announce the arrival of her new kitten. (Elizabeth Woods-Darby) A self-described crazy cat lady’ has recently shared a “birth” announcement that’s gone viral, but it’s not what you’d expect. Lucy Shultz of Denver posted the photos on social media Saturday, where they have since blown up.
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – After seeing a video of her daughter being attacked in the cafeteria at Lake Shore Middle School on Jacksonville’s Westside, a mother said she’s heartbroken and upset. The video, which shows several people fighting in the cafeteria, was captured Wednesday on a student’s cellphone and has since gone viral online. On Thursday, News4Jax spoke to