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A survey by the Honest Kids beverage company found that 9 out of 10 kids don’t know that bananas and strawberries grow on trees. (https://bit.ly/2v7F683)
Former Full House stars Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen made a rare public appearance in New York City over the weekend. (https://pge.sx/2vhwf3H)
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Kanye West is selling $50 church socks at Coachella. He’s the only one selling church stuff.(https://bit.ly/2PoBkAL)
Madonna’s new single “Medellin” flopped on the charts and is sitting at number 43 on iTunes.(https://bit.ly/2IK0YOV)
Four Loco has released a hemp flavored malt beverage in honor of 4/20. There isn’t any marijuana in it, but each can is twelve percent booze.
Michelle Branch married Patrick Carney of “The Black Keys” on Saturday in New Orleans. (https://pge.sx/2UOur1w)
A report out of Buckingham Palace says the Royal Family is trying to keep Meghan Markle as far away as possible because of her constant craving for media attention. (https://pge.sx/2Vf0I13)
Adele has officially separated from her husband Simon Konecki.
The “on sale” date for tickets to Woodstock’s 50th Anniversary Concert has been postponed indefinitely while promoters work to secure a permit for the site.
The memoir Prince was working on at the time of his death is due out in October.(https://bit.ly/2GqPg9h)
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may spend four months in Africa after their baby is born.(https://pge.sx/2KTy5m2)
A new report claims that Britney Spears called off her Vegas residency over poor ticket sales. (https://pge.sx/2VpAwAM)
Cardi B wore an outfit to her assault trial that cost over $15,000 dollars.
The Playboy Club in New York City has been forced to fire half of the bunnies on its staff because of poor service. (https://pge.sx/2IB71pJ)
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Coaches believe Little League baseball parks should be one of the places thieves consider off limits. But a little after midnight last Wednesday somebody broke into the concession stand at the Wheelersburg Little League in Ohio. Coach Jon Estep said, “I thought this would've been one of the places that should've been hands off. It’s very frustrating.” More than $10,000 worth of food and property were stolen -- everything from a PA system to crock pots to Big League Chew -- even first aid kits. Deputies say they identified the suspects, Burt and Jessica Copley, thanks to security video and DNA evidence. They added that they found the couple and eight truckloads of stolen property at their home in Franklin Furnace on Saturday. Among the stolen items from the concession stand were 1,200 hot dogs. For the Little League, it was little consolation they got the stolen food back. The president of the league says they had to throw it all out because of health concerns. (https://bit.ly/2GlPXjZ)
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