Steelers No Longer ‘Undefeated’
It’s only a matter of time until the members of the 72′ Dolphins get together to celebrate the fact that they’re still the only undefeated team in NFL history.
NERVES OF STEEL BAY BAY pic.twitter.com/AmeRAHH9en
— Washington Football Team (@WashingtonNFL) December 8, 2020
‘Kingsman’ Director Planning To Make About SEVEN More Films In The Franchise
Filmmaker Matthew Vaughn is plotting “something like seven more Kingsman films” as part of the company’s expansion plans.
“We want to grow the business and the output,” Kamasa told the Winston Baker UK Finance Summit late last week. “We have a Kingsman TV series in the works and there are two-three other franchises that are being developed alongside the Kingsman world.”
Home Alone Christmas Gingerbread House
Kings Island announces $27M ‘luxury’ campground under construction
NEW: Kings Island announces a $27 million campground is under construction and will open in Spring 2021
Kings Island Camp Cedar is just north of the amusement park near the Kings Mills McDonald's. pic.twitter.com/h6tjG7dhMY
— Jennifer Edwards Baker (@jbakerohio) December 8, 2020
With virus slowing, Beshear plans to let latest pandemic order expire
Letting the restrictions expire would mark another point of departure for Beshear and Gov. Mike DeWine, who plans to extend Ohio's 10 p.m. curfew. https://t.co/JAdNgZhkot
— FOX19 NOW (@FOX19) December 7, 2020
“We believe the new restrictions are working,” he said. “They worked in July. They worked in March. They worked in Kentucky. They worked in Arizona. They worked in Texas. They worked in Florida. They’ve worked in every state in which they’ve been instituted.”
The governor noted he does not foresee extending the restrictions on restaurants, bars and gyms, returning them to the 50 percent capacity limit. He explained the restrictions created a three-week pause to interrupt the virus’s incubation cycles and were always intended to expire Dec. 13.
Famed pilot Chuck Yeager, who was first to break sound barrier, dies at 97
Retired Air Force Brig. Gen. Charles “Chuck” Yeager, the World War II fighter pilot ace and test pilot who showed he had the “right stuff” when in 1947 he became the first person to fly faster than sound, has died. He was 97. https://t.co/E6hCldVtq3
— FOX19 NOW (@FOX19) December 8, 2020
Breakdancing now an Olympic sport, will debut at Paris in 2024
— PIX11 News (@PIX11News) December 7, 2020