With her rebuke, Rihanna, who was born in Barbados, joins a growing list of artists who have asked that their music not be part of the soundtrack of Republican rallies. Last week, Pharrell Williams issued a cease-and-desist letter after Trump played his 2013 song "Happy" at a rally on the same day 11 people were killed in a Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. … [Read more...] about Rihanna tells Trump to stop playing her music at his rallies
Lahren has built a career out of being controversial, from labeling immigrants as having "low skills, low education, not understanding the language" to bashing Obamacare while being 24 and still on her parents insurance. Had it not been for Obamacare, Lahren wouldn't have been able to remain on her parent's insurance at 24. … [Read more...] about After getting a drink thrown at her, President Donald Trump comes to the aid of Tomi Lahren
When pursuing a rehabilitation process, city governments and planning committees begin by first consulting the current zoning laws and maps. Fortunately for Paducah, LowerTown was already designated as a mixed use zone, thus it did not have to drastically adjust the districts' zoning laws. Mixed use zones accommodate multiple land uses in one zone, allowing a retail store to sit next to a single-family home or a restaurant to be housed on the first floor of a 100-unit condominium complex. On the other hand, conventional zoning, often referred to as Euclidean zoning, divides a city into specific and separate districts and assigns each district a permitted land use, such as residential, commercial, or industrial. To further complicate matters, Euclidean zoning also utilizes overlay zones to control land use, so for instance, a lot will be designated “commercial” and then in addition, the overlay rules will mandate that each lot be a minimum of 10,000 … [Read more...] about Extreme Makeover: Arts Edition Paducah, Kentucky
Unlike the lottery, casino gaming can be controlled both in terms of location and concerning the number of casinos allowed. Mr. Scott explained that Ohio, for example, only permitted four casinos. These four casinos, one in each of Ohio’s largest cities, brought in just under $64,000,000 in gaming tax revenue in the fourth quarter of 2014 alone. Ohio has already received in excess of one billion dollars in gaming revenue since the fourth casino was completed in 2013. … [Read more...] about Have the Odds of Casino Gaming in Tennessee Just Been Raised?
“In today’s economy, we’re looking to diversify and do things those other companies, whether they’re manufacturers or warehouse operators or distributors, can’t do as efficiently,” Morris notes. “This gives us a whole new way of growing and accommodating a unique labor force that is out there waiting.” … [Read more...] about Hire Calling