It’s crazy that we’re only 23 days away from the start of season three. It seems like just yesterday that we were watching the Duttons lay waste to the Beck brothers to close out season two. (RELATED: ‘Yellowstone‘ Season 3 Will Start June 21, Paramount Network Releases Special Sneak Peek) … [Read more...] about ‘Yellowstone’ Releases Majestic ‘Moment Of Zen’ Video Ahead Of Season 3 Starting
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Dixon, along with his Chip Ganassi Racing squad will continue testing at Barber tomorrow, and then prepare for a final test at NOLA Motorsport Park in New Orleans before heading to St. Petersburg for the opening round of the 2015 IndyCar season. … [Read more...] about Scott Dixon expects tracks records to fall in 2015
2. Molly Their friendship seemed to be the stuff we dream of, but perhaps they’ve only been tolerating each other this entire time. Their underlying mutual annoyance has been present since the “Broken P—y” incident. When the series started, it was established that Molly was a pretentious type A with an amazing career as a high-powered attorney, but no keeper boyfriend. Issa hated her job, hated her (lack of) career, and questioned her romantic relationship with Lawrence. Issa was the friend who didn’t have her life together. This season, Molly still has a job she likes (but doesn’t love) and a promising boyfriend, but she’s still not happy and often sabotages her relationships with her attitude and need to control how people around her behave. Issa doesn’t have a boyfriend and she’s okay with that, but the new career she is carving out for herself has become a source of joy for her, especially with the recent success of the … [Read more...] about The definitive ‘Insecure’ friendship status rankings heading into the season finale
Major League Baseball and commissioner Rob Manfred (pictured) made the new proposal to the players' union on Tuesday during a digital meeting rather than the 50-50 revenue-sharing plan that owners initially approved for their negotiators on May 11, several people familiar with the plan told The Associated Press. The people spoke on condition of anonymity because details were not announced … [Read more...] about Players’ union balks at MLB’s proposal to cut salaries up to 77 percent from $4billion in payroll to $1.2billion for a shortened season starting in July
“It might be a while until I get to experience the real New York,” Patel allowed. “But that means I get to gradually see everything come back to life [and] experience what really makes New York so special. I have a lot of compassion for New York even though I’ve never been and I know it’s the people, their energy, and the special community that makes it unique. Now, I get to participate in rebuilding it. That’s pretty special to me. Like being part of history of a city I’ve always admired, you know?” … [Read more...] about Not Everyone Is Fleeing New York City. These People Can’t Wait to Move In.