American Horror Story Monsters Among Us Season 4 Episode 1 Editor’s Rating 4 stars * * * * « Previous Next » Photo: FX Get ready for over-the-top abnormalities, intricate atrocities, and things so awful it will make you go screaming from your living room to throw yourself down on the bed and cover your ears with a pillow. No, I’m not talking about the sideshow attractions on American Horror Story: Freak Show ; I’m talking about the accents! Why does every character on Freak Show have to have some kind of absurd accent? In a cage match of craziness, which do you think would win: Kathy Bates’s open-voweled Baltimore honk or Jessica Lange’s clipped nondescript German? I’m giving Bates the award in this category. Welcome, boys and girls, ladies and gentlemen, former Glee fans of all ages, to American Horror Story: Freak Show , which I, Brian Barnum & Moylan, will be recapping for you. How am I qualified? Well, I once had a … [Read more...] about Season-Premiere Recap: 2 Heads Are Better Than 1
Kindly Share This Story: The fresh agitation and quest for power to shift to Benue South, one of the three senatorial districts in Benue State, popularly known as Zone C, appears to be gathering momentum as the 2023 General Election is gradually drawing closer. Since the creation of Benue State on February 3, 1976, by the late General Murtala Mohammed, the Benue South Senatorial District mainly peopled by the Idomas, has never been given the chance to produce a governor. The governorship seat has always rotated between Benue North East and Benue North-West predominantly occupied by the Tivs. The Benue North East and Benue North West are otherwise known as Zone A and Zone B respectively. The Tiv ethnic group has 14 Local Government Areas (LGAs) spread in Zone A and B (seven in each of the two zones). The Idomas, who are the second-largest tribe in the state, have 7 and Igede ethnic group is in 2, giving a total of 9 LGAs that makeup Benue South … [Read more...] about 2023, Benue South and power shift agitation [Opinion]
Kindly Share This Story: By Chief Segun Odegbami I have waited a long time for a period such as this to come. Now, it may be here. I can see the faint outlines of an emerging super force that can drive the essential change that càn alter the face and fate of sports in Nigeria, for good, forever. Social media is the fuel propelling this phenomenon with ongoing conversations on several athletes’ platforms, telling their stories and discussing their plight. For the first time, differences are set aside and discussions have been frank. Crises are being resolved between warring groups and individuals, with a message of fresh hope. There is now a different route to a better future. It has begun to sink that until and unless athletes come together in a common front and fight their own cause, they will continue to languish in neglect, sidelined from the administration of sport where their success beyond their careers in sports lies. In all sport, it is … [Read more...] about SEGUN ODEGBAMI: The rise and rise of the power of athletes!
LONDON - Britain has sent two warships to the English Channel in an escalating dispute with France over fishing rights. French fishermen say they are being prevented from accessing the waters around the British island of Jersey. Around two dozen French trawlers sailed to the island to protest Thursday, setting off flares and displaying banners demanding access to Jersey waters. One French vessel briefly entered the main harbor on the island. Sorry, but your browser cannot support embedded video of this type, you can download this video to view it offline. Download File 360p | 10 MB 480p | 15 MB 540p | 19 MB 720p | 41 MB Original | 455 MB Embed Copy Download Audio French trawlerman Ludovic Lazaro was among those taking part in the demonstration. "We come today because we have always fished in the waters there. We have always fished here and then overnight they take away all our fishing rights," Lazaro told Agence … [Read more...] about Brexit Brinkmanship: Britain Deploys Warships as French Fishing Dispute Escalates
LONDON - Tensions between Britain and France regarding fishing rights eased late Thursday as Britain withdrew two naval ships from the waters around the British island of Jersey where French fishermen had staged a protest. Around two dozen French trawlers sailed to the island to demonstrate early Thursday, setting off flares and displaying banners demanding access to Jersey waters. The French fishermen said they were being prevented from accessing the waters around the British territory that lies just off the northern French coast. "We come today because we have always fished in the waters there. We have always fished here, and then overnight, they take away all our fishing rights," French trawlerman Ludovic Lazaro, who was among those taking part in the demonstration, told Agence France-Presse. One French vessel briefly entered the main harbor on the self-governed island that is also a “Crown Dependency,” meaning Britain is responsible for the defense of the island. Vessels … [Read more...] about Tensions Ease Over Britain-France Fishing Spat