Cheney Protects “Devils Tower” From Name Change

Press Release – Congresswoman Liz Cheney’s bill H.R. 401 designating the geological formation at Devils Tower National Monument as Devils Tower, and protecting the name of one of Wyoming’s most beloved and well-known landmarks, passed the House Natural Resources Committee today. “Wyoming’s Devils Tower is one of our state’s most beautiful and sacred geological features. The […]

Dog Dies On United Flight After Flight Attendant Allegedly Told Passenger To Put Pet Carrier In Overhead Bin

The seven-year-old daughter of the woman whose French bulldog died after being told to put his carrier in overhead bin by a United Airlines flight attendant is speaking out. Sophia Ceballos, speaking on behalf of her mother, Catalina Robledo, said  “while we were flying, the dog started barking and barking and there was no flight […]

Students Demand Action On Gun Violence With Nationwide Walkout

One month after 17 people were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, survivors joined tens of thousands of students across the U.S. by walking out of school on Wednesday morning. The mass protests were held at 10 a.m. local time in each time zone and lasted 17 minutes, one for each of […]

Disney Shares Progress Video Of Their “Star Wars” Attraction

There is still quite a wait before the “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge” attractions at Disneyland and Walt Disney World are set to debut, but fans are getting a sneak peak via the official video released by Disney Parks. The attractions at both parks are expected to open sometime in 2019.  As seen in the video, […]

Madonna To Direct Ballerina Michaela DePrince Biopic “Taking Flight”

Madonna is set to direct the new Michaela DePrince biopic ‘Taking Flight’. The 59-year-old superstar is teaming with MGM Studios for the upcoming biopic, which has reportedly been in development since 2015. The movie will be based on the 23-year-old ballerina’s memoir ‘Taking Flight: From War Orphan to Star Ballerina,’ which follows DePrince’s life as […]

Luke Bryan Releases ‘Most People Are Good’ Video

Luke Bryan brings awareness to diversity and inclusion in his new video for “Most People Are Good,” the second single from his sixth album, What Makes You Country. The song, written by David Frasier, Ed Hill and Josh Kear, calls for forgiveness, trust, and recognition of diversity in same-sex relationships. The video is directed by Wes […]

Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town Announce “Bandwagon Tour” Opening Acts

Miranda Lambert and Little Big Town are hitting the road over the summer on the co-headlining “Bandwagon Tour,” and they’re bringing some new names country music along with them. Tenille Townes, Oklahoma country group Turnpike Troubadours and the Steel Woods will all serve as opening acts during the tour, which begins July 12 in Charlotte, N.C., […]

Stryper Returns With A New Single And Video Titled “Sorry”

Rock band Stryper have released the official music video for “Sorry” – the first single from their upcoming 10th studio album, God Damn Evil, due to be released April 20, 2018.  Stryper reunited with director Jamie Brown of Smoking Gun Productions for the “Sorry” video, which was shot on location in the desert outside of […]

David Byrne Announces He Is Extending His U.S. Tour

David Byrne kicked off his American Utopia tour at the beginning of the month, and now he is announcing an extension of the tour with a new leg of U.S. dates added in September and October.  Byrne will perform more than 100 dates on the tour.  At the additional shows, he will be supported by Tune-Yards. […]