Prosecutors laid it out in court Sunday: One woman’s night out turned into a nightmare. She found him - a guy she met at a bar - in her bed the morning after a boozy night out. The 22-year-old Lincoln Park woman, with the help of her roommate, kicked him out and went to a hospital to have a rape kit performed. Still shaken, she avoided her bed and slept on a couch that night with a male friend. At 5 a.m., she woke up to see the man she met at the bar standing over her. He then put a pillow on her face and put all his weight on top of it. Cook County Assistant State’s Attorney Nancee Hofheimer said she was able to break free and scream, at which point her male friend woke up and chased the man
It is unclear what triggered the attacks.
Jay-Z’s forthcoming docuseries, Rest In Power: The Trayvon Martin Story , which follows the life and legacy of the titular Martin. The timely project, like many documentaries including Whose Streets? has drawn much-needed attention to social injustice, but also a peripheral feud between Snoop Dogg and George Zimmerman. Zimmerman, who was acquitted of the fatal shooting of Martin, threw in his two cents about the docuseries in a recent interview with The Blast saying that…
When I think of apple cider vinegar, my face immediately makes that distorted “sour” expression and a wave of heebee-jeebees washes over me. Here’s what happened when I drank it to lose weight (plus, we’ll look at some common apple cider myths you should know the truth about).
Countless generations of Sith apprentices have gone on to kill their masters, and while Kylo Ren and his master, Supreme Leader Snoke, are never outright called “Sith,” the dynamic of Master-Apprentice wielding the dark side of the force and lessons of embracing hate are there. There’s no shortage of fan outcry about the unceremonious slaying of Snoke, who had maybe ten total minutes of screen time over two films. Fans deservedly want to know about a character as powerful as Snoke, but like the tragedy of Darth Plagueis (it’s a story Kylo Ren would not know) shows that there is much irony among those who choose to tip the scales of evil.
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Draymond Green is not happy. A mysterious shoulder injury is keeping him out and the team isn't really sure what is wrong.