Croft wrote and recorded the song in London during the lockdown. The song is about the dream of being reunited with friends, family and the ones we love, capturing the euphoria of being together again.
It’s been a pretty shockingly eventful election year thus far, for sure. But the first debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump is upon us, and that means this election cycle is finally drawing to a close. And MSNBC and NBC News, as you might expect, will bring you all the coverage of the debate that you could ask for on Tuesday night across a variety of platforms.The debate is scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT, and MSNBC will kick off its dedicated coverage first at 8 p.m. ET with the “Decision 2020” special anchored by Rachel Maddow, Joy Reid and Nicolle Wallace. They’ll have Steve Kornacki on hand at the Big Board to provide polling data and whatnot. After the debate ends, Reid, Maddow and Wallace will team up with Brian Williams for continuing coverage and analysis.Over on NBC proper, meanwhile, coverage will begin at 9 p.m. ET with Lester Hold of the “NBC Nightly News” and “Today” co-anchor Savannah Guthrie. They’re be joined by Chuck Todd and Andrea Mitchell.Also Read: How to Watch Fox News' Coverage of the First 2020 Presidential Debate Live OnlineThe debate itself is also scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. ET, and end at 10:30. But it’s a live event, so no guarantees it’ll stay on schedule.As for streaming the debate, along with MSNBC and NBC News’ coverage of Biden’s showdown with Trump, you have some options. The free NBC News Now streaming platform will carry all of NBC News’ coverage on Tuesday night. It’ll also have a debate pre-show with Chuck Todd and Kasie Hunt starting at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, before switching to Holt and Guthrie and the debate itself.NBC News Now is available freely on YouTube right here (or embedded in this page), and it also has an app for mobile devices if you’d rather do that.Also Read: Biden-Trump Debate Moderator Chris Wallace's Plan: 'To Be as Invisible as Possible' (Video)MSNBC’s coverage, on the other hand, won’t be freely available to stream. To watch MSNBC online you’ll need to have a valid TV provider login — once you have that, you can access its feed via MSNBC.com here, or in the NBC app, which includes stream’s of all of the NBCUniversal family of television channels.There will be no shortage of free streams of Tuesday’s debate in addition to the one linked above. YouTube will be chock full of them, and if you so much as look at Twitter during the debate you’ll probably be greeted by a livestream there too.Tuesday’s debate will be the first of three debates between Biden and Trump — the next two will be on Oct. 15 and Oct. 22. And on Oct. 7 we’ll get the vice presidential debate, with Sen. Kamala Harris facing off against Mike Pence. It’s likely that each debate will have roughly similar coverage plans from MSNBC and NBC News.Chris Wallace of Fox News will attempt to moderate the debate, and he’s chosen six topics for discussion for Biden and Trump. They are: “The Trump and Biden Records,” “The Supreme Court,” “COVID-19,” “The Economy,” “Race and Violence in our Cities” and “The Integrity of the Election.”Read original story How to Watch MSNBC and NBC News’ Coverage of the First 2020 Presidential Debate Live At TheWrap
If you’ve ever been evicted because your landlord wants to “renovate” and hike the rents, seen your favorite local businesses killed to make room for expensive, low quality replacements, or watched a racially diverse community turn into an affluent white enclave, you probably already suspect gentrification is an expression of pure evil. Well, now you have proof courtesy of the horror-comedy “Vampires vs. the Bronx,” which drops on Netflix this weekend.From veteran “SNL” director Osmany Rodriguez (“Brother Nature”), “Vampires vs. the Bronx” follows a group of kids who discover that the gentrification affecting their neighborhood is an invasion of vampires. And uh, just in case you thought they might be the friendly kind, one of them explains that they work in real estate, so, yeah, pure evil. As the kids defend the Bronx at all costs, hilarity — and a lot of gory bloodshed — ensues. (Hopefully, lower rents also.)See for yourself in the awesome trailer at the top of the page, and check out the extremely good poster at the bottom.Also Read: 'The Boys' Boss on 'Horrific' Reveal That Connects Stormfront From Amazon Series to Comics“Vampires vs. the Bronx” stars Jaden Michael, Gregory Diaz IV and Gerald W. Jones, alongside a dope cast that includes Coco Jones, Sarah Gadon, Chris Redd, The Kid Mero, Method Man, Shea Whigham, Vladimir Caamaño and Adam David Thompson. Co-written by Rodriguez and Blaise Hemingway, it’s produced by “SNL” creator Lorne Michaels’ and Erin David, with Michaels’ Broadway Video serving as the production company.The film debuts on Netflix Oct. 2.Read original story Gentrifiers Turn Out to Be Actual Monsters in Trailer for ‘Vampires vs the Bronx’ (Video) At TheWrap
We were surprised to find out that Samsung revealed the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition, the newest member of the Galaxy S20 series, at Galaxy Unpacked.
The year 1854 plays a significant role in the house’s history – it is a symbol to pay tribute to a family driven by the sublimity of craftmanship.