Proceeds will help Oklahomans recover from deadly twister
Blake Shelton’s “Healing in the Heartland” benefit concert raised more than $6 million for victims of a deadly tornado last week in Oklahoma, The Associated Press reports. Proceeds from ticket sales and pledges will go to the United Way of Central Oklahoma.
Shelton headlined the televised concert, which also included performances by Miranda Lambert, Vince Gill, Reba McEntire and Rascal Flatts, along with Usher, Darius Rucker and Luke Bryan. Shelton and Usher closed the show with a duet on Michael Bublé’s song “Home.”
The May 20th tornado killed 24 people, including seven children, when it struck Moore, Oklahoma, and surrounding towns. The twister was ranked an EF-5, the most powerful classification for tornadoes.
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An Indian teen, Rutvik Oza, has recently provided a solution to a 133-year-old open problem in mathematics. The Reve’s Puzzle or the commonly known 4-peg Tower of Hanoi problem is no more an open problem. A 17-year-old student from Ahmedabad, Gujarat is accredited for the same. Continue reading
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Not the night I was expecting, see when you’re a blogger/ videographer you get no rest. I had a nice lonely night planned, just me and my DVR and some buttered popcorn. But plans were made several weeks ago to cover an event taken place tonight. I must honor that commitment. There’s only one thing you need to know about Rusty Jabbz. We maybe in the habit of breaking artist’s hearts and feelings but we don’t break promises. I made an promise and I attend to keep it. Continue reading
Five police officers in the US state of Texas have been charged for selling the drugs they seized from drug traffickers.
The men were members of the Panama unit, a joint task force between the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office and the Police Department of the Mission city that targeted street-level drug trafficking in the city, reported Xinhua citing The Houston Chronicle website. Continue reading