When Atlanta couple Elsie Brotherton and Bree Beal got married over the weekend, their 140 guests gathered to watch their wedding ceremony despite the threat of the coronavirus. But their guests weren't clapping or cheering as they might normally do. Instead they were reacting with their thumbs-up, hearts and smiley face emojis. … [Read more...] about Couples around the world are livestreaming their weddings, creating a sense of ‘certainty’ at an uncertain time
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Wisniewski grew up in the Pittsburgh suburbs and remembers scrambling home from church every Sunday during the fall in time for kickoffs to catch his favorite team. He played at Heinz Field in high school and daydreamed of one day joining his father Leo and uncle Stephen in the NFL. Dressing in black-and-gold seemed to be a bridge too far. Both his dad and his uncle spent their entire careers with one team, Leo with the Baltimore Colts, Stephen with the Dallas Cowboys. … [Read more...] about Happy Homecoming: Stefen Wisniewski Thrilled To Join Pittsburgh Steelers
The father and son would run into each other almost every day and chat in the Mission, where Demondre Perkins moved seven months ago. Growing up in Vallejo, where the family lived for about a decade, Demondre would talk about one day becoming a police officer. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus complicates family’s grief over 26-year-old son, father gunned down in SF’s Mission
By Chuck Carroll (CBSLA/CBS Local) — Ronda Rousey’s time in WWE appears to be short-lived. The former UFC megastar and current RAW Women’s Champion is expected to leave the company following WrestleMania in April, according to Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer, though nothing is set in stone yet. … [Read more...] about Is Ronda Rousey Leaving WWE?
I grew up, and in a few years graduated from high school and joined the Marine Corps, hoping to find out exactly what I was made of, and in that service I would not only learn this, but form bonds I couldn't otherwise fathom. … [Read more...] about A Veteran’s Perspective On Memorial Day