Click here to read the full article. Ed Sheeran has announced the dates for his North American stadium tour. Known as the “+ – = ÷ x Tour” a.k.a. “the Mathematics Tour,” the trek run kicks off in Arlington, TX at AT&T Stadium on May 6th. A fan presale will begin on Oct. 12 through Oct. 13, with tickets going on sale to the public on Oct. 14. Tickets go on sale in both cases at 10:00 a.m. local time. The tour is in support of 2021’s Equals , his fourth consecutive LP to top the Billboard 100. The trek finds the musician crisscrossing the U.S. It launches in the south with dates in Texas, Florida, and Georgia, before the tour heads east and to the Midwest. This leg of the tour concludes on the West Coast. More from Rolling Stone 'There'd Better Be a Mirrorball' on Arctic Monkey's 2023 North American Fall Tour Copyright Infringement Lawsuit Over Ed Sheeran's 'Thinking Out Loud' Headed to Trial Ed Sheeran Loves Pokémon So Much He Wrote a Song About It … [Read more...] about Ed Sheeran Plots North American Stadium Tour
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This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 3 In comic books, Galactus is known as the devourer of worlds. When it comes to action figures, Galactus is now the destroyer of wallets. Hasbro decided that its newest figure depicting the giant planet eater from Marvel's Fantastic Four wouldn't be the typical six-inch toy that retails in the $20 to $30 range and decorates work desks and bookshelves. This Galactus, with a design based on the art of famed Marvel writer-artist John Byrne, would be a towering 32-inch-tall monstrosity of plastic articulation. The figure, scheduled for release some time this fall, is the biggest toy Hasbro has ever built for its Marvel line, which is fitting, given Galactus's gigantic stature. The price for such oversize ambition? $399.99. How do you know whether a fan base will step up to luxury-level action-figure pricing? Hasbro's answer is to crowdfund in advance to gauge interest, as part of the … [Read more...] about Would you buy a $400 Marvel action figure? Thousands of people can’t wait.
If the FIA and Liberty set out to ‘make everybody a little unhappy’ with their package of Technical, Sporting and Financial Regulations for the 2021 F1 season , they certainly seem to have succeeded. Advert | Become a Supporter & go ad-free For while the team bosses spoken to by RaceFans after Wednesday’s F1 summit in Paris expressed relief that – as one of their number put it – “at last we have a definitive direction of travel”, another remarked they had “reservations about the exact route ahead”. A delay to 2022 was suggested by a minority of teams, but fell on deaf ears, not least because of the commercial and political implications. For starters, a delay would hit Liberty right in the NASDAQ share price through perceptions it had lost its way, while also complicating F1 chairman/CEO Chase Carey’s employment contract: he is said to be keen on stepping aside from his CEO role (but remaining chairman). Equally, FIA president Jean Todt’s third (and, he insists, … [Read more...] about Have the ‘big three’ teams finally accepted F1’s 2021 rules revolution? · RaceFans
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 9 FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz told a prosecution psychiatrist he began contemplating a mass murder during middle school, doing extensive research on earlier killers to learn their methods and mistakes to shape his own plans, video played at his penalty trial showed Monday. Cruz told Dr. Charles Scott during a March jailhouse interview that five years before he murdered 17 at Parkland's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14, 2018, he read about the 1999 murder of 13 at Colorado's Columbine High School, which sparked the idea of his own mass killing. Cruz told Scott how Columbine, the 2007 murder of 32 at Virginia Tech University and the 2012 killing of 12 at a Colorado movie theater all played a part in his preparation. “I studied mass murderers and how they did it,” Cruz told Scott. “How they planned, … [Read more...] about Florida school shooter contemplated massacre for years
Five people were killed in a string of recent homicides in Stockton, California, this summer that the police chief confirmed on Friday are interconnected. A person of interest is sought in connection with the killings. However, police have not been able to determine whether the deaths are the work of one person or multiple people. "These incidents are occurring in the hours of darkness, these incidents are occurring where folks are alone by themselves, not in lit areas," Stockton's police Chief Stanley McFadden said. An $85,000 cash reward has been offered to anyone who can bring information that leads to an arrest in any of the investigations, police said. As the Stockton Police Department searches for the person or people responsible for the serial killings, sister station KCRA is learning more about the five lives lost. Family has identified three of the five victims. 35-year-old Paul Alexander Yaw 43-year-old Salvador William Dubedy Jr. 21-year-old Hispanic … [Read more...] about Here’s what we know about the 5 victims of serial killings in California