The weather is heating up and concert season is upon us. However, you may have to wait to soak in the sun and jam out to your favorite tunes this summer. The COVID-19 outbreak has caused several premier concert tours to reschedule to a later date — Riverbend Music Center, the newly-named Heritage Bank Center and Paul Brown Stadium events included. Some events have already been canceled, such as the annual three-day Bunbury Music Festival. This year’s lineup would have included headliners such as Twenty One Pilots, Marshmello and Neon Trees. The website officially announced the cancellation in early April. … Continue reading Cincinnati concert season creates anticipation
Upcoming draft to occur in June or later and will only include five rounds Baseball has the most advanced developmental system in all of sports — one major league club with a slew of minor league affiliates designed to gradually produce and build talent. With the COVID-19 pandemic still ongoing, the MLB has resorted to making changes to the upcoming MLB Draft. This is mostly being done in order to mitigate large financial losses faced by teams because there is no consistent form of revenue as a result of the suspension of the 2020 season. Changes with the scouting, selection … Continue reading 2020 MLB Draft leaves league’s future in jeopardy
During this shelter in place, you may be experiencing meals that just taste the same. Sure, ramen and easy mac are reliable and time-tested options for college students. But don’t fret, I’m here to provide you with quick and easy tips that will forever alter your culinary skills during this quarantine. 1. Buy in bulk With the quarantine in mind, this will be an essential strategy to staving off hunger when the moment strikes. Stocking up on everything from lunch meat to bread, even snacks will prevent you from having to constantly go to the supermarket. If you buy groceries, … Continue reading Check out these culinary tips to enhance meals
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