Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Jenny Tolman spent the past year making many of her biggest dreams come true. She released a new album, got married, organized the first all-female country festival in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, saw her music video celebrating women who’ve survived drug addiction and human trafficking go viral, and welcomed her first child, a beautiful baby boy named Bear. It seemed fitting the little guy would wrap up 2022 so perfectly, arriving on the very last day of the year, December 31 st . Tolman let fans know he was on his way with her song “It’s a Boy,” late last year, and People Magazine helped introduce him to the world in January. At 26, Tolman feels incredibly blessed. “I feel very, very grateful. The only two things I’ve ever wanted in my life is to be a singer and to be a mom,” she says. “And I’m like, oh my gosh, it makes me want to cry.” She’s a strong believer in expressing gratitude - consistently and … [Read more...] about For Country Artist Tolman – Gratitude Is Everything
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin The images of the eyebrow raising pitch preparation for the series-opener between India and Australia were probably enough to spook the visitors. In what could be termed as gamesmanship from the hosts, or “pitch doctoring” to others, ground staff at Nagpur's VCA Stadium were tailoring the surface in an apparent bid to help India gain an advantage ahead of the first Test starting on Thursday. Already facing the toughest challenge in cricket, with India having not lost a home Test series in a decade, Australia's task appears even more daunting on a surface expected to spin heavily. But this Australian team, increasingly moulded in composed skipper Pat Cummins' image, might not be rattled so easily unlike previous agitated sides. "There potentially may be a fair bit of rough out there. That's just something we've got to embrace," Cummins told reporters on Wednesday. "It's going to be fun, it's going to be … [Read more...] about Australia Face Test Cricket’s Toughest Challenge Amid Indian Gamesmanship
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin The 2023 NBA Trade deadline is nearly upon us, and the Milwaukee Bucks will have some big decisions to make. They’ve won eight straight games heading into the deadline and are clicking on all cylinders with Khris Middleton back in the lineup. However, they are not yet at full strength as Bobby Portis has missed the last seven games with an MCL sprain in his right knee. They’ve gone the entire season without having their entire team, making it difficult for general manager Jon Horst to evaluate his club. Even without all of their guys, it’s clear the Bucks are peers with the Boston Celtics (and maybe the Philadelphia 76ers?) as the class of the Eastern Conference. Still, there’s always room to upgrade. Here are the top 16 trade candidates the Bucks could potentially be interested in. Milwaukee Bucks Final Trade Deadline Big Board Kelly Oubre Jr., Wing, Hornets Jae Crowder, Forward, Suns Immanuel … [Read more...] about Milwaukee Bucks Final Trade Deadline Big Board
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Topline Pressure is mounting from Republicans and some Democrats in Congress to pass a national ban on TikTok, the social video app owned by Chinese company ByteDance which has already been banned on federal devices and some college campuses over privacy concerns. Key Facts TikTok has faced calls for bans from critics who fear China may use the platform to access the data of American users. Criticisms of the social platform intensified in the fall after reports revealed ByteDance repeatedly accessed U.S. user data and planned to use TikTok to track the location of specific American citizens ( including Forbes journalists ). ByteDance previously denied it had used TikTok to “target” journalists or public figures, but after an internal investigation revealed employees tracked journalists covering the company, it fired its chief internal auditor who led the team orchestrating the surveillance. … [Read more...] about Will TikTok Be Banned From The U.S.? Here’s Where It Stands.