Daily Archives: March 5, 2018

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New Music on BTN Soundcloud Player (03.05.18) >>> Melo Makes Music: ‘Blastaa (Let It Go)’

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New Music on BTN Soundcloud player comes from Chicago artist Melo Makes Music.  His new single “Blastaa (Let it Go)” is produced by Jeweltones . To listen to the single go to our home page and locate the Soundcloud Player on the right side of the page. Or click the artwork above.  

4 Rules To Reduce Cellulite

By: Siddiqu The Personal Trainer

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Read a quote yesterday that read, “summer bodies are made in the winter”  if this is true then this is the perfect time to get rid of Cellulite.  Men and women are both affected by cellulite but women are affected to a higher degree.  Below the skin there is a layer of tissue which is used to attach the skin to the muscle.  In men this tissue has a diagonal or cross pattern, that is smooth and continuous.  Unfortunately in women, this connective tissue runs vertically and as it is attached to the skin creates chambers that trap and squeeze fat to produce the dimpled effect.  We have highlighted 4 simples rules that will help fight cellulite but remember that the biggest contributor to cellulite is yo-yo dieting.  The ongoing gain and loss of weight can make skin less elastic and therefore increase the appearance of cellulite. Continue reading

England Man Killed 16 Year Old Girl Because He ‘Liked Killing’

BTN STAFFShea Peter Heeley

Shea Peter Heeley was sentenced to 24 and half years in jail for the murder of Leonne Weeks. Heeley stabbed Weeks 28 times in South Yorkshire England. After his arrest, Heeley said he always known he would kill someone; “I like that I have done it, I just do. I like killing.” he said. To read more about this story click here.

McDonald’s Workers to NLRB: Let the Judge Decide

Days after the NLRB reverses critical employment decision, cooks, cashiers protest, demanding halt to settlement talks in groundbreaking workers’ rights case.

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WASHINGTON – McDonald’s cooks and cashiers protested Friday at National Labor Relations Board offices in Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco, demanding the federal government cease settlement talks with the company in a groundbreaking case that seeks to hold the burger giant responsible for illegal retaliation against workers who joined together to call for $15 and union rights. Continue reading