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Change Of Address: Will Moving Ease Chelsea’s Anxieties On Teen Mom 2?

Chelsea and Cole contemplated buying land and relocating on this week's 'Teen Mom 2' episode.

See Blue Ivy Lay Down Vocals For ‘Brown Skin Girl’ In Beyoncé’s Intimate New Documentary

Beyoncé's new "Making The Gift" documentary features rare, intimate footage of twins Sir and Rumi, as well as scenes of Blue Ivy hitting the recording studio to sing "Brown Skin Girl."

Selena Gomez’s Living Undocumented Series Follows Families Facing Deportation

Selena Gomez is executive producing a new docuseries for Netflix called Living Undocumented that chronicles the lives of families facing potential deportation.

Skrillex, Vince Staples, Kyle, And More Will Heat Up SnowGlobe 2019

Skrillex, Vince Staples, Kyle, Dominic Fike, Doja Cat, and so many more will perform at the 2019 SnowGlobe Music Festival in South Lake Tahoe, California on December 29-31.

Streetwear Clothing Brand B.Stroy Is Facing Backlash For Its School Shooting Sweatshirts

On September 15, the fashion label B.Stroy unveiled its Samsara collection, which included sweatshirts emblazoned with the names of schools where perpetrators have targeted students and teachers in mass shootings and distressed alterations made to look like bullet holes.

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Global stocks mixed after oil falls, Wall Street advances

BEIJING (AP) — European markets opened higher and Asian stocks were mixed Wednesday as investors watched for a U.S. Federal Reserve decision on a possible interest rate cut after oil prices fell back.Benchmarks in London, Frankfurt and Shanghai advanced while Tokyo and Hong Kong slipped.Markets steadied following a decline in oil prices that had spiked after a weekend attack on a Saudi oil facility cut production equal to 5% of the global total.

Bermuda gets ready for pass by Category 3 Hurricane Humberto

MIAMI (AP) — People on Bermuda rushed to make final preparations for an expected close brush with Hurricane Humberto, a powerful Category 3 storm that caused authorities on the British Atlantic island to order early closings of schools, transportation and government offices.National Security Minister Wayne Caines said schools, government offices and ferries on the island would close at noon and bus service would halt at 4 p.m.Officials expected tropical storm-force winds to begin whipping at Bermuda before dawn and warned that hurricane-force gusts would probably last until early Thursday.

Fans off the field pay homage to football teams

Staff reportsThe spirit of Friday night football is heightened by the pageantry and sounds that accompany the high school pastime.Sights and sounds beyond the football game on the field can include lavender and cornflower blue twilight skies, costumed cheering fans and a multitude of band students playing horns and drums.

Heard on Hurd to celebrate five years of street parties in downtown Edmond

Staff reportsEDMOND — Citizens Bank of Edmond’s Heard on Hurd will be celebrating a milestone when it returns from 6 to 10 p.m.

Down syndrome teens, adults learn cooking skills at Kylee's Kitchen

By Sarah SoellFor The OklahomanHave you ever wondered what you can cook in a microwave? You would be surprised!The Down Syndrome Association of Central Oklahoma offers microwave-based cooking classes to teens and adults with Down syndrome every Friday night.

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