The gifted actor who made Tony Soprano a household name died of a heart attack in 2013 while on a trip to Rome.
The holiday, which takes place on June 19, celebrates the end of slavery following the end of the Civil War in 1865.
The airline appears to have a contentious history of passengers claiming they've taken racist actions.
John Balcerzak was fired from Milwaukee's Police Department in 1991 after the incident, but was reinstated three years later. Now, a 2017 post about his retirement has resurfaced and is drawing attention.
Musicians such as Britney Howard, Leon Bridges, Moon Taxi and more are (virtually) joining together for an important cause on June 20.
The Tony-winning musical includes a song whose name is very similar to the title of Bolton's new tell-all book.
The disgraced movie mogul and late "Sopranos" star crossed paths during a promotional run for a film distributed by the Weinstein Company.
The reality star was fired from the show along with Stassi Schroeder after Faith Stowers publicly accused them of racist actions against her.
In 2019, the singer-songwriter was announced as a Starbucks ambassador and had a drink created in her honor.
"Plenty of British actresses who would have been better for this role," one person wrote on Twitter.
"You ever see a f**king 14-year-old? She looks 30," the comic says in the video from his podcast. "There's no such thing as a 14-year-old girl anymore. They go from like, six, to 25."
"This Chris D'Elia s**t is wild, but I guess it's always the first person you suspect," Django Gold Tweeted upon hearing the news.
The late-night personality previously hosted the 2012 and 2016 Emmy Awards ceremonies.
These vintage Martin's Margins specs, found in a landfill in New Zealand, date back to 1756.
Footage of their meet-cute recently resurfaced on Reddit, and it has users gushing.
A TikTok user created her own custom-sized fake grass mats and now her car looks like a fresh-cut lush lawn.
On June 12, Fox News reported on a story and quoted the 1975 film without even realizing it.
Jacqueline Stewart, a University of Chicago Cinema and Media Studies professor and Turner Classic Movie host, will provide an introduction for the Civil War epic with historical context when it returns to HBO Max.
"While the idea of replacing all of those monuments with Dolly Parton may seem funny, the history of those monuments is anything but," the petition on Change.org states.
"We are so proud of your passionate support of our common humanity," a letter to the coffee chain's employees said.
"Hearing that 'Blues Clues' now uses email for mail time and a smartphone instead of a handy dandy notebook almost broke me," one Twitter user lamented.
"We are regretful and embarrassed to say that we did not take into account the associations that weigh down this word referring to the period of history before The Civil War, which includes slavery," the band said in a statement.
Mike Adams, a sociology and criminology professor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, tweeted in late May that he "felt like a free man who was not living in the slave state of North Carolina," after dining with six people.
"Better to scrap production forever if you want to make lasting change," one Twitter user chided.
"All I'm asking – all I want – is for similar empathy, similar understanding, to be extended to the many millions of women whose sole crime is wanting their concerns to be heard without receiving threats and abuse."
The Recording Academy has made several rule changes, including new names for several categories and different eligibility criteria for the Best New Artist award.
"He was a genius and from everything I heard, a truly loving and amazing person. Lost a great one way too soon," one Twitter user said of Chris Farley.
"Bravo and Evolution Media confirmed today that Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni will not be returning," a Tuesday statement from Bravo reads.
The long-awaited third film in the "Bill & Ted" trilogy will premiere this summer, nearly 30 years after the second film in the series was released.