A man dressed as the infamous killer Freddie Kruger from the Nightmare on Elm Street film series is being sought by police after a shooting during a party. Police in San Antonio, Texas, state that around 5 a.m. early Sunday morning, several uninvited males showed up to a Halloween party at a home and started causing trouble.
During a #BlackLivesMatter protest in downtown Rochester, New York, police arrested Carlet Cleare and Justin Carter, two black news reporters from the local ABC affiliate. At the time of their arrests, they were actively working as journalists while capturing footage for their station’s Facebook Live feed. Continue reading “Two Reporters Arrested While Covering New York Protest”
An outbreak of E. coli linked to Chipotle has expanded to six states.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says new cases have been reported in California, New York and Ohio. Cases were reported in Minnesota earlier, while the majority of illnesses have been in Oregon and Washington.
The agency says the investigation is ongoing to determine the specific food that is linked to the illness.
So far, the CDC says 45 people have been infected in relation and that 16 of them have been hospitalized. There have been no deaths.
Late in October, Chipotle Mexican Grill closed 43 restaurants in Oregon and Washington after health officials discovered most of the people sickened in an E. coli outbreak had eaten at the chain’s restaurants. The restaurants have since reopened.
RadarOnline.com sat down with superstar Jay Z’s alleged love child in shocking new tell-all interview!
“It was a big case to me because I really wanted to find out who my father was,” revealed Rymir Satterthwaite, the 21-year-old who filed a civil lawsuit against the rapper last December in a bid to force him to take a paternity test.
Unfortunately, Satterthwaite told Radar, he and his mom Wanda Satterthwaite, who also had a claim against Jay Z in 2010, were legally and financially unprepared to deal with the enormity of their cases.
Rumor has it that Jay Z left New York for LA to avoid other paternity suits. Jay Z already has a teenage son, Isa, whom he sired with a former video model, and an infant daughter with a woman in Texas — where Beyonce is from.
Photos: Stephen Knight (NY), Joshua Blanchard (LA), Chris Mitchell (ATL)
Wednesday night was TRANSFORMERS night! While the cast hit the carpet at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York, influencers in Los Angeles, Atlanta and the Big Apple attended private screenings. Power 105, The Urban Daily and Global Grind hosted NY’s screening; V-103, 92-9 the Game and the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream partnered in Atlanta; and REVOLT TV held down L.A.
Attendees included Erica Mena (VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop NY”), Dr. Heavenly Kimes and Dr. Simone Whitfield (Bravo’s “Married to Medicine”), Kiyah Wright (OWN’s “Love in the City”), Hisham Tawfiq (NBC’s “The Blacklist”), Shay ‘Buckey’ Johnson (VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta”), Big Tigger (V-103), Ryan Cameron (V-103), Q Parker (112), R.L. (Next), Sharon Carpenter (REVOLT), Amrit Singh (REVOLT), Jerry Barrow (The Urban Daily), Shamea Morton (The Atlanta Dream) and Karyn Greer (anchor, WXIA 11Alive).
Carol’s Daughter Stores LLC, a national black hair,body and skincare brand, has filed for bankruptcy.The company has not gone out of business, and plans to restructure in the next few years. Once endorsed by the likes of Jay-Z, Will Smith, Jada Pinkett and Mary J. Blige, Carol’s Daughter has already closed down most of its stores and laid off more than 50% of their staff.
Black news reports: Two stores – one in Brooklyn and another in Harlem – will remain open, and the products will be continue to be sold in over 2,000 nationwide retail locations including Target and the Home Shopping Network. The web site at CarolsDaughter.com will also continue to sell products.
But according to court papers filed by their CFO, most of Carol’s Daughter stores have been unprofitable since the year 2010. But despite it’s debts of up to $10 million, the company is determined to pursue a new strategy of solely focusing on growing the brand through retail outlets and online.
Carol’s Daughter started as a home business in 1993 by Lisa Price, an African American entrepreneur from Brooklyn, New York. She reportedly starting out by making her products by hand in her kitchen, and selling them at local flea markets. In later years, she was able to convince major investors to get involved. One feature on Oprah, and the company took off almost overnight.