Whether it's the escape of Silk Sonic or confronting the looming crisis of climate change with The Weather Station, this is the music we love most, right now. With new voices like Olivia Rodrigo and new subgenres from South Africa or bold statements from Lil Nas X, these are the best songs of 2021 so far. ‘“My god,’ I thought / ‘My god, what a sunset’ / Blood red floods the Atlantic,” Tamara Lindeman sings in the opening lines of “Atlantic.”
Founded in 1879 by Frank Winfield Woolworth, the company's first stores in Utica, New York, and Lancaster, Pennsylvania sold general merchandise and were called “five-and-dime’s” because everything sold for 10 cents or less. The chain grew quickly, and by 1905, Woolworth invited rival retailer chains (two were owned by his relatives!) to merge with him. The company purchased other chains over the years, including Footlocker, though Woolworth variety stores closed in 1997.
Patrick Dempsey has been a Hollywood staple forever. Just like that good ole TV character nostalgia, Dempsey also has a penchant for making us miss many ‘90s things—especially the outfits. Dempsey has always had good style.
Lighthearted and breezy, these lively tracks are perfect for celebrating the warm weather season.
Getting one more chance to twirl, spin and whirl with the man who gave you life is an opportunity that many who’ve lost their beloved father long for. Becoming a father is special, and no one expresses that sentiment quite like Will Smith. Dedicated to his son, Trey, and soon-to-be son, Jaden, the multi-talented entertainer remakes this Bill Withers and Grover Washington Jr. popular track into a heartfelt rap that captures the beauty and unbreakable bond between father and son.