Scarlett Johansson And Colin Jost Got Married In Secret Wedding
Scarlett Johansson And Colin Jost Got Married In An Intimate Wedding Ceremony https://t.co/IW80FnhJ3i
— BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed) October 30, 2020
Kanye West Gave Kim Kardashian Hologram of Her Dad for 40th Birthday
Reba McEntire performs Patsy Cline’s ‘Sweet Dreams’ A Capella
White Sox Hired 76 Year Old Tony LaRussa As Manager
The Chicago White Sox have hired Hall of Famer Tony La Russa as their new manager. La Russa, 76, managed the White Sox from 1979-86, and his firing was owner Jerry Reinsdorf’s great regret. La Russa last managed in 2011, when he led St. Louis to a championship.
— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) October 29, 2020
New Yorker Got Swallowed By Sinkhole Full Of Huge Rats
A New York City man fell about 15 feet into a pit of rats when a sidewalk sinkhole opened under his feet. The ground simply split and swallowed its victim, 33-year-old Leonard Shoulders, as he waited for a bus on Saturday afternoon. Shoulders survived, albeit with a few broken bones, but his family says he is “deeply traumatized.” Which, yes.
The hole reportedly broke open on Third Avenue near 183rd Street in the Bronx. One minute, Shoulders was just standing there, his mother — Cindy White — told NBC 4 New York; the next, “it was like a suction,” she recalled. “He just went down.” Surveillance footage corroborates her account: Shoulders took one step forward and the concrete ate him.
During his descent, “debris was falling and hitting him in the head,” White added. When Shoulders finally landed, White continued, he found that he was not alone. “He was like, ‘Ma, the rats down there were ridiculous.’ He was like, ‘They were like so big.’ He was scared to yell out because he thought they were gonna go in his mouth.” He kept his jaw clamped closed and instead waved at the onlookers gathering at the cavity’s rim — a wise decision, given recent reports of heightened rat aggression.
Star Collage QB Trevor Lawrence Reportedly Tests Positive For COVID-19, Will Miss Boston College Game
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) October 30, 2020
Greater Cincinnati restaurant, bar owners exploring ways to attract outdoor guests
Pyramid Hill offers safe way to enjoy art, nature