Culture The Voice The Voice 2019 The Voice 2019 Recap and Results The Voice Season 16 The first round The Voice 2019 Battles is here. Check out our complete live-blogged recap and results for Season 16, episode 8, here. The Voice Season 16, episode 8 airs Monday, March 25 as the first pairs of contestants hit the stage for the Battle rounds. On Wednesday, The Voice aired a special two-hour show on highlighting the best moments from the 2019 Blind Auditions along with some sneak peeks at the battles ahead. The judges have chosen a star-studded panel of vocal powerhouses to aid them in coaching contestants. Team Adam has recruited Charlie Puth as advisor for his team, Team Blake will feature Brooks & Dunn, Team Kelly has recruited Kelsea Ballerini, and Khalid will join Team Legend. How The Battles Work Charlie Puth with join The Voice as mentor for Team Adam during The Battles. NBC During "The Battles," coaches choose two singers from their team to perform a duet … [Read more...] about ‘The Voice’ Season 16, Episode 8 Battles Recap: Who Left, Who Got Stolen, Who’s Headed To The Knockouts?
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POLITICS 12/18/2018 05:00 am ET People like Mason with felony convictions can’t vote. Why is that? By Sam Levine “Shut Out” is a three-part podcast series produced by HuffPost. We don’t make it easy to vote in America. A citizen can be disenfranchised for a typo, a scrawled signature or for a felony. Then there are the politicians who tout “voter fraud” when it’s a proven myth. Host Catherine Saint Louis and reporter Sam Levine examine why we should be worried about the weakening of our democracy with 2020 on the horizon. Crystal Mason couldn’t believe it when a police officer told her she was being arrested for illegally voting. She was handcuffed, prosecuted and eventually imprisoned for her so-called crime. Mason didn’t even want to vote in the 2016 election, but her mother insisted. So one day after work, she drove to the polling place where she’d always voted and cast a provisional ballot. Mason … [Read more...] about Why Is America OK With Banning Felons From The Voting Booth? ‘Shut Out,’ Episode 2
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Style | Live-Streaming Your Broke Self for Rent Money Supported by Jovan Hill, 25, dropped out of college and is unemployed. So how does he pay for his Brooklyn apartment and marijuana habit? His social media followers chip in. ByMike Vilensky Dec. 8, 2018 OnPeriscope: He needed $7,000, quickly. “Good morning, girls and gays,” Mr. Hill said, recording with an iPhone in one hand and smoking a marijuana blunt in the other. He wore a faded pink T-shirt, gray gym shorts and black Nikes. A black Pomeranian and two roommates could be spotted in his messy bedroom somewhere in the neighborhood of Carroll Gardens. In the rambling seven-minute video, he talks about wanting to move to Los Angeles (“This city just breaks you, I’m so bored of being broken”), spars with viewers who leave nasty comments (“I … [Read more...] about Live-Streaming Your Broke Self for Rent Money
'24' the complete series is just one of the many new titles you can stream this weekend. (Getty Images) As November draws to a close and Americans far and wide recover from last week’s Thanksgiving feast, it’s time to stay in, roll the calendar ahead another month and, of course, binge-watch some TV and movies on your favorite streaming platforms. With the changing of the months comes a slew of additions to the lineup on streaming services like Hulu, Netflix and the newly released Fox Nation. To help you get a handle on what’s new and interesting, below are the top five things to binge-watch this weekend: “Hellboy” (Netflix) "Hellboy" (2004) (Universal Pictures) Starting Dec. 1, the science-fiction fantasy film will be available to stream. Currently, a remake is in the works that’s also based on the popular comic book series. “Hellboy” focuses on the adventures of a demon that came to Earth during World War II when the … [Read more...] about 5 new things to binge-watch this weekend
Culture The Voice The Voice 2018 The Voice 2018 Performances The Voice Season 15 Blind Auditions The Voice Season 15 'The Battles' The Voice Season 15 Live Blog The Voice 2018 Recaps and Results The Voice Season 15 The Voice Season 15 episode 7, is set to wrap up the Blind Auditions and kick off the first round of The Battles on Monday night at 8 p.m. EDT. During the previous blind auditions, 44 contestants were chosen to join one of the four judges’ teams with an additional 6 contestants gaining a second chance on the show via Kelsea Ballerini’s Comeback Team. Tonight’s two-hour show will include a final round of blind auditions, during which the judges will each choose one last contestant to join their teams. Once the blind auditions are complete, the second half of the show will launch viewers in the very first Battle round of the season. How The Voice Battles Work CeeLo Green appears on The Voice Season 15 as a mentor for Team Adam. NBC … [Read more...] about ‘The Voice’ Season 15, Episode 7 Battles Recap & Results: Who Left, Who Got Stolen and Who’s Going To The Knockouts?