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In this jam-packed episode of "The Weekly Pinch," we've got all the latest headlines covered, giving you a comprehensive rundown of the most intriguing stories from the past week! First up, we dive into the exciting news that the Negro League Baseball Museum is offering free admission all Black History Month, thanks to the Royals' generous support. It's a fantastic opportunity to explore and celebrate the rich history of African American baseball players. Next, we uncover the drama behind Keith Lee's tip to Sweetly Seasoned food truck in Dallas, leading to an unexpected turn of events. The intersection of celebrity and small businesses makes for a compelling story you won't want to miss. Then, we discuss the recent fallout between TikTok and major artists as Universal Music Group and the platform struggle to reach a licensing agreement. What does this mean for the future of music for some of the most popular artists on TikTok? We break it down for you. Shifting gears, we explore the surprising decision by billionaire Ken Griffin to withdraw his financial support from Harvard University. Hear what prompted this move, and what he had to say regarding it. Plus, get ready for the return of Wendy Williams to TV with an upcoming Lifetime documentary. We delve into the details of her highly anticipated comeback and what viewers can expect from this revealing documentary.
And that's not all – we also cover Dolton, IL Mayor Tiffany Henyard's announcement of a $1 million giveaway on Facebook, Amazon's latest trend of tiny homes among millennials and Gen Z, and the growing interest in alternative housing solutions amid soaring housing costs. With so much to unpack, this episode of "The Weekly Pinch" is guaranteed to keep you informed and entertained. Tune in now to stay up-to-date on the stories shaping our world!
In this jam-packed episode of "The Weekly Pinch," we've got all the latest headlines covered, giving you a comprehensive rundown of the most intriguing stories from the past week! First up, we dive into the exciting news that the Negro League Baseball Museum is offering free admission all Black History Month, thanks to the Royals' generous support. It's a fantastic opportunity to explore and celebrate the rich history of African American baseball players. Next, we uncover the drama behind Keith Lee's tip to Sweetly Seasoned food truck in Dallas, leading to an unexpected turn of events. The intersection of celebrity and small businesses makes for a compelling story you won't want to miss. Then, we discuss the recent fallout between TikTok and major artists as Universal Music Group and the platform struggle to reach a licensing agreement. What does this mean for the future of music for some of the most popular artists on TikTok? We break it down for you. Shifting gears, we explore the surprising decision by billionaire Ken Griffin to withdraw his financial support from Harvard University. Hear what prompted this move, and what he had to say regarding it. Plus, get ready for the return of Wendy Williams to TV with an upcoming Lifetime documentary. We delve into the details of her highly anticipated comeback and what viewers can expect from this revealing documentary. And that's not all – we also cover Dolton, IL Mayor Tiffany Henyard's announcement of a $1 million giveaway on Facebook, Amazon's latest trend of tiny homes among millennials and Gen Z, and the growing interest in alternative housing solutions amid soaring housing costs. With so much to unpack, this episode of "The Weekly Pinch" is guaranteed to keep you informed and entertained. Tune in now to stay up-to-date on the stories shaping our world! leer más leer menos

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