The First Official Trailer For ‘Thor: Love And Thunder’ Is Finally Here
The film, which stars Chris Hemsworth as the God of Thunder, hits theaters on July 8. Click here for more.
Florida Man Sets A World Record for Number Of Times He’s Seen ‘No Way Home’
Spider-Man: No Way Home hit the theaters on December 17. Since then, a Florida Man has apparently seen the film 292 times. In total, that’s 30 days of time and over $4,000 dollars spent on No Way Home. The price of an adult ticket at AMC is $13.69. If you round up to $14 dollars, which makes the cost $4,088 for tickets. Click Here for More.
Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers will take on Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes at ‘The Match’ on June 1.
The sixth edition of ‘The Match’ will take place in Las Vegas on June 1 and for the firs time ever, professional golfers won’t be participating. Instead, four of the best quarterbacks in the NFL will do battle on the links. “Live coverage of the match play event from the Wynn Las Vegas golf course will once again feature unprecedented access with players having open mics throughout the entire competition, including the capability to communicate directly with their competitors and the broadcast commentators,” a press release from Turner Sports read.
Jason Momoa to Star in ‘Minecraft’ Movie for Warner Bros.
Jason Momoa is lining up another tentpole with Warner Bros. The actor is in final negotiations to star in the studio’s live-action Minecraft movie, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Napoleon Dynamite filmmaker Jared Hess will direct the project, based on the popular video game. Originally Steve Corell was connected to the film but that has since changed.
Woman Who said Deputy Coerced Her into Baptism Found Dead
Shandle Marie Riley, 42, was found dead at a home in Soddy-Daisy Wednesday. Riley made headlines in 2019 after claiming deputies baptized her after a traffic stop. Riley is one of several people suing Hamilton County Deputy Daniel Wilkey. She claimed he stripped down to his underwear and baptized her in Soddy Lake after a traffic stop, offering a citation instead of an arrest if she agreed. “Her deposition has already been done. Her testimony is preserved,” Flores said. It’s up to her children if they want to continue the case.
“I think the history of it in the media will show that a baptism by a police officer in the line of duty, in exchange for leniency in a criminal case is beyond the pale,” said Robin Flores, Riley’s attorney.
Florence Y’alls Stadium Gets New Name
The Florence Y’all’s will be playing at the newly renamed Thomas More Stadium this year. The stadium is getting a brand-new scoreboard and video board in left field. The Thomas More Saints will play this year’s games at the Crestview Hills campus, but will join the Y’all’s at Thomas More Stadium in 2023. Same place, new name.
Hamilton Co. Animal Shelter resorting to last measures as space runs out
Officials at Hamilton County’s licensed animal shelter are desperately asking for folks in the community to become foster parents. Since Friday, Cincinnati Animal CARE in Northside has received 96 new animals. Monday, the facility broke a record for the number of dogs on hand in need of adoption. They have more dogs than they have safe, and it’s creating quality-of-life issues for the pups. “When we’ve got 175 on site, that means almost half of our dogs are living in space that we don’t feel is appropriate.”
The shelter has added emergency kennels but they’re often too small. Now staff members are putting kennels inside their offices, and they’ve been forced to add pop-up crates as a last resort.
“We’re out of space in the shelter to even put those anywhere else,” said Ray Anderson, media and community relations manager. “We’re using every nook and cranny we can find in this very, very old facility.”
Buc-ee’s travel center to open first location in Kentucky
Buc-ee‘s will unveil its newest travel center in Richmond, Kentucky, Today.
Located at 1013 Buc-ee’s Boulevard, the northeast corner of I-75 and Duncannon Lane, Buc-ee’s Richmond is the first Buc-ee’s in Kentucky. The store occupies more than 53,000 square feet and offers 120 fuel positions, as well as thousands of snack, meal and drink options for travelers on the go.
The new travel center also offers the same award-winning restrooms, cheap gas, products and service that have won the hearts, trust and business of millions in the South for nearly 40 years. Buc-ee’s favorites including Texas barbeque, homemade fudge, kolaches, Beaver Nuggets, jerky and fresh pastries will all be available.
Founded in 1982, Buc-ee’s now has 35 stores across Texas, including the world’s largest convenience store. Buc-ee’s began its multi-state expansion in 2019, and has since opened two travel centers in Alabama, two in Florida and two in Georgia. Buc-ee’s broke ground on its first location in South Carolina in 2020, then broke ground on its first Kentucky and Tennessee outposts in 2021, which it followed with two more ground-breakings in Alabama. In 2022, Buc-ee’s announced the development of its first stores in Colorado, Mississippi and Missouri.
Buc-ee’s Richmond will bring 175 new jobs to the area with starting pay beginning above minimum wage, full benefits, a 6% matching 401k and three weeks of paid vacation.