12 Must-Read Books From Hispanic and Latinx Authors
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with these 12 compelling stories.
We love these products, and we hope you do too. E! has affiliate relationships, so we may get a small share of the revenue from your purchases. Items are sold by the retailer, not E!It's time to celebrate! From now until Oct. 15, it's Hispanic Heritage Month. It's a time where we recognize the history, diverse culture, and contributions of the Latino community. One really great way to show your appreciation for the Latino community is to read a book or two from Hispanic and Latinx authors.
Multiple mistakes necessary for gun accident on modern film set: expert
Steve Wolf, weapons safety expert for films, explains for Rachel Maddow some of the gun prop terminology and tools used on film sets and why on-set safety protocols would require multiple mistakes for someone to be injured in an accidental shooting like what reportedly happened during the filming of 'Rust' with Alec Baldwin.
Musical Adventure ’12 Hours to Destruction’ Sees Kids Battling to Save School DanceIn the Icelandic musical adventure “12 Hours to Destruction,” writer-director Nanna Kristín Magnúsdóttir revels in a wholeheartedly youthful story of a school band battling nasties to save their da…
‘Great British Bake-Off’ Haemorrhages Viewers as it Returns for Season 12 on Channel 4The latest season of Channel 4’s “The Great British Bake-Off” has gone down like a deflated soufflé with U.K. viewers. Season 12 launched on Tuesday night with an audience of only… RealMattLucas looks a lot different with hair... It’s lost its authenticity and heart. The bakers appear to be opportunists. Not actual bakers
Shooting at Tennessee Grocery Store Kills One, Injures 12One person was killed and 12 were injured in a shooting at a Kroger grocery store in Tennessee. The shooter is also dead, according to police. Do the cops have to go through the same security measures that the rest of us have to take for our own lives? More thoughts and prayers for victims of random mass shooters 💀🔫😳
Police: 1 dead, 12 wounded in store shooting; shooter deadCOLLIERVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A shooting at a Tennessee grocery store left one person dead and 12 others injured Thursday afternoon, and the shooter was subsequently found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound at the store east of Memphis, authorities said. I was told these things wouldn’t occur in states that have “Constitutional carry”. Unfortunately this happens so often that there should be a 'Shootings' section on every news website. Society is totally bored by this now, let's hear more about Britney spears legal problems. Guns don't kill people. Supermarkets kill people. I'm scared of those goddamn places. I just know one of these days the fucking apricots or sweet potatoes are gonna kill me. We MUST STOP violent produce.
At Least One Killed, 12 Injured in ‘Horrific’ Shooting at Tennessee SupermarketTwitter/3 On Your Side NewsAt least one person was killed and another 12 injured when an active shooter opened fire in a supermarket on the outskirts of Memphis on Thursday afternoon, police said.The incident unfolded at the Collierville store just after 1:30 p.m., Collierville Chief Dale Lane said. The lone shooter later died from a self-inflicted wound, Lane said, taking the death toll to two.“It’s horrific, I’ve been involved in this for 24 years and I’ve never seen anything like it,” he said Did you expect them to make cakes with those guns you so freely give to anyone? I have no sympathy. You get what you give. UPDATE: At least 2 dead in shooting at Tennessee Kroger supermarket Take guns from every mf ... nobody will get hurt
12 former security officials who warned against antitrust crackdown have tech ties12 former nat sec leaders gave a stark warning: An antitrust crackdown on Silicon Valley could threaten the economy. Turns out they all have ties to major tech companies, either by working with them directly or serving with orgs that get money from them. “Too big to fail” is a bullshit answer Damn dude, this has gotta be the first and only time former nat sec leaders have disingenuously advocated for things that benefit their post-gov't service paychecks.