Cheetos Releases Flamin’ Hot Mac ‘N Cheese And We’re Definitely Intrigued
New Cheetos Mac 'N Cheese is out now at Walmart! There are three flavors: Bold & Cheesy, Flamin' Hot, and Cheddar Jalapeño. Huge thanks to @courtney86t for the tip on these! https://t.co/uVm4jK22Cd pic.twitter.com/7KPSgrvmGA
— Candy Hunting (@CandyHunting) August 4, 2020
Joey Votto offers to fill ballpark with cutouts of his face
"How about I buy an entire section and it's just my face?" 😂Joey Votto has a great idea to fill the stands at GABP.
Posted by Enquirer – Cincinnati and Kentucky on Tuesday, August 4, 2020
DeWine announces mask order for all K-12 students
Doctors now advise that kids K-12 wear a mask. This morning, the Ohio Children’s Hospital Association & @OHPediatricians jointly recommended masks for all kids returning to school. Here is their letter in support of masks for kids which outlines specific exemptions. ⬇ pic.twitter.com/mGGmeDVeIP
— Governor Mike DeWine (@GovMikeDeWine) August 4, 2020
Kings Island cancels Halloween Haunt, WinterFest for 2020
Kings Island has canceled Halloween Haunt and WinterFest for 2020 due to “ongoing uncertainties surrounding COVID-19,” according to a park release issued Tuesday.
“We have had to make the difficult decision to cancel both Halloween Haunt and WinterFest this year due to operating constraints in our region,” Kings Island Vice President and General Manager Mike Koontz said in the release.
Alongside news of the two cancelations, Koontz announced an all-new family event, Tricks and Treats Fall Fest, beginning Sept. 26. The new event will feature rides, unique food offerings, entertainment and activities for all ages, the release states. Perhaps most importantly, it will enable social distancing and “capacity management,” Koontz said.
The park will continue to operate through Nov. 1 on select days, he added.
Devastating Aftermath of Deadly Blast in Beirut
Testing every athlete in Ohio for COVID-19 before games is not practical
‘Who’s The Boss?’ Sequel With Tony Danza & Alyssa Milano In Works
The new show will take place 30 years after the events of the original series, centered around former Major League Baseball player/retired housekeeper Tony Micelli and his relationship with his daughter Samantha Micelli. She is now a single mother, living in the house the original series was set in.
'Who's the Boss' Sequel in the Works at Sony https://t.co/Mguaad0t9u
— Live Feed (@TheLiveFeed) August 4, 2020