Titans, Vikings suspend activities as NFL faces potential coronavirus crisis
The Tennessee Titans are pausing team activities through Friday because of eight positive results for the coronavirus. It's the first COVID-19 outbreak of the NFL season and a significant test of the league’s virus protocols. https://t.co/DQUwYTSfUC
— The Associated Press (@AP) September 30, 2020
Disney Parks to Layoff 28,000 Employees; Cites California’s “Unwillingness” to Reopen Disneyland
Kentucky Speedway loses NASCAR Cup Series race
The speedway has been home to the Quaker State 400 since 2011. https://t.co/xicFwLAj7A
— FOX19 NOW (@FOX19) September 30, 2020
Borat 2 Coming To Amazon Prime
Amazon Studios has acquired Sacha Baron Cohen’s new Borat sequel, and will premiere it before Election Day on Amazon Prime. It was only recently reported that the actor and comedian shot Borat 2 during the COVID-19 lockdown, and that the film was being screened for Hollywood executives. Details are scarce, but the film reportedly focuses on the global pandemic, as well as Donald Trump’s relationship with Jeffrey Epstein.
Gov. DeWine too stop plastic bag ban across the state
Lion King Prequel In The Works
Be prepared. A prequel film to the 2019 #LionKing is in the works! It will be directed by Barry Jenkins.
For more details, see here: https://t.co/hyojlvJGT3
— The Lion King Wiki (@TheLionKingWiki) September 29, 2020
You can buy a piece of Kings Island’s iconic Vortex roller coaster
You can buy a piece of an iconic Kings Island roller coaster.
The coaster operated in the Coney Mall-themed area of the amusement park from 1987 through the 2019 season.
For $198.70, guests will receive a 1.5″ slice of track capped with metal plates and mounted in a display stand. Also included is a certificate of authenticity signed by the park’s general manager and a limited edition Vortex postcard set.
A limited number will be available for purchase at Kings Island this weekend.
In 1987, Vortex opened as the tallest, full-circuit roller coaster with the highest drop in the world, and the first roller coaster in the world with six inversions. In 2019, the coaster reached the end of its service life and closed for good. Crews demolished the coaster before the 2020 operating season.
Kings Island fans and roller coaster enthusiasts, here’s your chance to own a slice of history. A limited number of…
Posted by Kings Island on Tuesday, September 29, 2020