Author Archives: Wayne Hodges

After 26-year hiatus, “Saved by the Bell” returns, reboot will air on NBC’s Peacock

Saved by the Bell coming back soon. Blog King, Mass Appeal HOLLYWOOD — “It’s alright ‘coz I’m saved by the bell!” Move over “Beverly Hills 90210.” There’s another 90s sitcom set to launch a reboot. After a 26-year hiatus, “Saved by the Bell” is coming back. The new Bayside High series is under construction and it will appear on NBCUniversal’s ...

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Chiefs wideout Tyreek Hill disseminates emotional communiqué to Kansas City

Tyreek Hill sends Kansas City love. Blog King, Mass Appeal KANSAS CITY — All-Pro speedster Tyreek Hill articulated a heartfelt communiqué to the Kansas City Chiefs organization, fans and teammates on Tuesday. The 25-year-old Cheetah disseminated the asseveration on his YouTube channel. “I really didn’t start appreciating the game until probably when I almost had the game taken away from ...

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Bloody Video: Khaseen Morris was fatally “stabbed” as students record his murder

Students recorded classmate’s death. Blog King, Mass Appeal LONG ISLAND, New York — Wannabe rapper Tyler Flach, 18, was thrown in the slammer for the stabbing death of 16-year-old Khaseen Morris. The fatality transpired in front of dozens of students Monday afternoon outside a strip mall near New York’s Oceanside High School. According to police reports, Tyler and a handful ...

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“Free the Nipple” Law passed in Kansas, females can now expose boobs in public

“Free the Nipple” legislation passed. Blog King, Mass Appeal DENVER — Ladies if you prefer to saunter around in public with your embonpoint exposed, you can do it legally in Kansas and five other states. That’s because legislation specific to the “Free the Nipple” movement has passed in Kansas, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Oklahoma. The feminist ruling — ...

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Suicide Squad 2: Who’s in, Who’s out?

Suicide Squad 2 roster revealed.  Blog King, Mass Appeal HOLLYWOOD — After weeks of conjecture, we finally have an idea of who’s in and who’s out specific to the cinematic roster of DC’s Suicide Squad sequel scheduled for release August 2021. Filmmaker James Gunn divulged the lineup Friday afternoon on Twitter with the caption, “Don’t get too attached,” which insinuates ...

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