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Stevie Nicks and Janet Jackson Enter the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by Calling for More Women Inductees

(NEW YORK) — Stevie Nicks, who became the first woman inducted twice into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Janet Jackson, the latest member of the Jackson clan to enter the hall, called for other women to join them in music immortality on a night they were honored with five all-male British bands.

Jackson issued her challenge just before leaving the stage of Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,” she said, “in 2020, induct more women.”

Neither Jackson or Nicks were around at the end of the evening when another Brit, Ian Hunter, led an all-star jam at the end to “All the Young Dudes.” The Bangles’ Susanna Hoffs was the only woman onstage.

During the five-hour ceremony, Bryan Ferry of Roxy Music thanked multiple bass players and album cover designers, the Cure’s Robert Smith proudly wore his mascara and red lipstick a month shy of his 60th birthday and two of Radiohead’s five members showed up for trophies.

During Def Leppard’s induction, Rick Allen was moved to tears by the audience’s standing ovation when singer Joe Elliott recalled the drummer’s perseverance following a 1985 accident that cost him an arm.

Jackson followed her brothers Michael and the Jackson 5 as inductees. She said she wanted to go to college and become a lawyer growing up, but her late father Joe had other ideas for her.

“As the youngest in my family, I was determined to make it on my own,” she said. “I was determined to stand on my own two feet. But never in a million years did I expect to follow in their footsteps.”

She encouraged Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, producers of her breakthrough “Control” album and most of her vast catalog, to stand in Brooklyn’s Barclays Center for recognition, as well as booster Questlove. She thanked Dick Clark of “American Bandstand” and Don Cornelius of “Soul Train,” along with her choreographers including Paula Abdul.

There was some potential for awkward vibes Friday, since the event was being filmed to air on HBO on April 27. HBO angered the Jackson family this winter for showing the documentary “Leaving Neverland,” about two men who alleged Michael Jackson abused them when they were boys. Jackson never mentioned Michael specifically in her remarks but thanked her brothers, and he was shown on screen with the rest of the family.

Jackson was inducted by an enthusiastic Janelle Monae, whose black hat and black leather recalled some of her hero’s past stage looks. She said Jackson had been her phone’s screen-saver for years as a reminder to be focused and fearless in how she approached art.

Nicks was the night’s first induction. She is already a member of the hall as a member of Fleetwood Mac, but only the first woman to join 22 men — including all four Beatles members — to have been honored twice by the rock hall for the different stages of their career.

Nicks offered women a blueprint for success, telling them her trepidation in first recording a solo album while a member of Fleetwood Mac and encouraging others to match her feat.

“I know there is somebody out there who will be able to do it,” she said, promising to talk often of how she built her solo career. “What I am doing is opening up the door for other women.”

During her four-song set, she brought onstage a cape she bought in 1983 to prove to her “very frugal” late mother that it was still in good shape, and worth its $ 3,000 price tag. Don Henley joined her to sing “Leather and Lace,” while Harry Styles filled in for the late Tom Petty on “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around.”

David Byrne inducted Radiohead, noting he was flattered the band named itself after one of his songs. He said their album “Kid A” was the one that really hooked him, and he was impressed Radiohead could be experimental in both their music and how they conduct business.

“They’re creative and smart in both areas, which was kind of a rare combination for artists, not just now but anytime,” he said.

With only drummer Philip Selway and guitarist Ed O’Brien on hand, Radiohead didn’t perform; there was a question of whether any of them would show up given the group’s past ambivalence about the hall. But both men spoke highly of the honor.

“This is such a beautifully surreal evening for us,” said O’Brien. “It’s a big (expletive) deal and it feels like it. … I wish the others could be here because they would be feeling it.”

The Cure’s Smith has been a constant in a band of shifting personnel, and he stood onstage for induction Friday with 11 past and current members. Despite their goth look, the Cure has a legacy of pop hits, and performed three of them at Barclays, “I Will Always Love You,” ”Just Like Heaven” and “Boys Don’t Cry.”

Visibly nervous, Smith called his induction a “very nice surprise” and shyly acknowledged the crowd’s cheers.

“It’s been a fantastic thing, it really has,” he said. “We love you, too.”

His inductee, Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails, recalled ridiculing the rock hall in past years because he couldn’t believe the Cure wasn’t in. When he got the call that the band was in, he said “I was never so happy eating my words as I was that day.”

Def Leppard sold tons of records, back when musicians used to do that, with a heavy metal sound sheened to pop perfection on songs like “Photograph” and “Pour Some Sugar on Me.” They performed them in a set that climaxed the annual ceremony.

Singer Joe Elliott stressed the band’s working-class roots, thanking his parents and recalling how his father gave them 150 pounds to make their first recording in 1978.

Besides Allen’s accident, the band survived the 1991 death of guitarist Steve Clark. Elliott said there always seemed to be a looming sense of tragedy around the corner for the band, but “we wouldn’t let it in.”

“If alcoholism, car crashes and cancer couldn’t kill us, the ’90s had no (expletive) chance,” said Elliott, referring to his band mates as the closest thing to brothers that an only child could have.

Roxy Music, led by the stylish Ferry, performed a five-song set that included hits “Love is the Drug,” ”More Than This” and “Avalon.” (Brian Eno didn’t show for the event).

Simon LeBon and John Taylor of Duran Duran inducted them, with Taylor saying that hearing Roxy Music in concert at age 14 showed him what he wanted to do with his life.

“Without Roxy Music, there really would be no Duran Duran,” he said.

The soft-spoken Ferry thanked everyone from a succession of bass players to album cover designers. “We’d like to thank everyone for this unexpected honor,” he said.

The Zombies, from rock ‘n’ roll’s original British invasion, were the veterans of the night. They made it despite being passed over in the past, but were gracious in their thanks of the rock hall. They performed hits “Time of the Season,” ”Tell Her No” and “She’s Not There.”

Zombies lead singer Rod Argent noted that the group had been eligible for the hall for 30 years but the honor had eluded them.

“To have finally passed the winning post this time — fantastic!”

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White Man Refuses To Let Black Men Enter Apartment Without Proof Of Residency [Video]

In this week’s edition of white people never learn , a man that Twitter has named Hallway Hasselhof refused to let his Black neighbor into his apartment building.

“What are you doing in my building?” the white man asks. “You don’t live here.”

Chika Okafor posted video of the confrontation to social media noting that he was interrogated for the crime of existing in a white space as a free Black man. Writing that the man in the video “interrogated” him while he was waiting for a Lyft on the first floor of his apartment building with a friend, who caught the whole exchange on video.

“I’ve lived here 27 years and I’ve never seen you,” said Hallway Hasselhof. Apparently, Okafor should have sent out an e blast informing everyone in the building that a Black man had moved in, to prevent a scene like this one from unfolding.

The white man was visibly upset that Okafor was not losing his composure because he folded his arms and stated “I can be as cool as you.”

“You left your MAGA hat upstairs, man,” the friend filming the heated conversation tells the man in the video.

Obviously this isn’t sitting well with Twitter who had a lot to say about Hallway Hasselhoff.

“What was with him criticizing you for being calm, collected and cool. These people can’t stand that a black man can be more dignified and cooler than they will ever be,” one Twitter user commented, Yahoo reports.

“If he was truly backing down to be neighborly, he would have done neighborly things like introduce himself or extend a handshake,” another person wrote. “His intentions were very clear.”

No word on what happened to Hallway Hasselhoff yet but we’re sure the Twitter detectives will identify him soon!

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Enter to Win Round-trip Flights with Swoop

Enter to win round-trip flights for two with Swoop with our Holiday Travel Giveaway, as seen in our Holiday Gift Guide and on the Marc & Mandy Show! Using the contest options below, you can earn entries daily for a change to get away in the new year!

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Enter the Google Science Fair for a Chance at a $50K Scholarship

I electrocuted a pickle once.

It tested positive as an electricity conductor. This was done in the name of that trifold cardboard nightmare called a science fair project that most kids are forced to complete in school.  

Some students conjure up brilliant ideas, like creating a flashlight powered by the heat of the human hand or using banana peels to make plastic.

Those ideas are among past winners at the annual Google Science Fair 2018, a worldwide online science competition.

The competition invites teenagers to test their bright ideas, creatively solve problems and collect data for the chance to win a $ 50,000 scholarship. Other prizes include funding to carry out students’ science projects, a new Chromebook and international travel.

Details of the Google Science Fair 2018

Entrants use science, technology, engineering and math to explore ideas and answer questions.


The Google Science Fair 2018 competition is open to teenagers between the ages of 13 and 18. Applicants must be age 13 by Dec. 12 and have turned 18 by Sept. 13, 2018.

Entries will also be accepted from individuals in the 28 member countries of the European Union (must be age 16 by Dec. 12, 2018) as well as Israel and South Korea (must be age 14 by Dec. 12, 2018).

Each teen must have permission from a parent or legal guardian to enter the competition.

Entry and Submissions

Register as an individual or as a team of up to three people.

To enter, sign up for a Google account if you don’t have one already. Then, register yourself on the Google Science Fair page.

From there you will be taken to your project dashboard, where you will create, edit and submit your entry. You’ll use the dashboard to access permission forms, category selection and complete all submission requirements.

Entries must have a main topic and two subtopics from this list:

  • Flora and fauna.
  • Food science.
  • Earth and environmental sciences.
  • Inventions and innovation.
  • Electricity and electronics.
  • Robotics.
  • Biology.
  • Chemistry.
  • Physics.
  • Behavioral and social sciences.
  • Energy and space.
  • Astrophysics.
  • Computer science and math.

Google offers a resource library for topic inspiration, how-to guides, tips and access to experts and mentors to assist students along the way.

Submissions (much like those old school science fair projects) must include all of the following to be considered:

  • A summary description of your entry.
  • A two-minute video on YouTube or a slideshow using Google Slides with 20 slides or fewer.
  • An “About Me” section.
  • A proposal question and hypothesis.
  • Description of research.
  • Experiments and testing.
  • Results of tests.
  • Outcome and conclusion.
  • Bibliography, references and any acknowledgements.

See the official rules for restrictions, terms and the other fine print.

All submissions will be considered for the various awards available (listed below), so there’s no need to enter them separately.

Scope out the past winning projects to get a feel of what the judges favor.

The deadline to submit a project is 11:59 p.m. PST on Dec. 12, 2018.

State award winners will be announced in March 2019; regional finalists will be announced in April 2019; global finalists will be announced in May 2019.

The Prizes

These 179 prizes are better than any first-place ribbons if you ask me. If a team wins any of the monetary prizes, the amount will be divided evenly among the members.

The Google Grand Prize is a $ 50,000 scholarship.

Then there are four $ 15,000 scholarships dedicated to helping students achieve the goal of their project:

  1. The $ 15,000 LEGO Education award includes a trip with a parent or guardian to LEGO headquarters in Denmark. This award recognizes a hands-on approach to solving STEM challenges.
  2. The $ 15,000 National Geographic Explorer award includes a 15-day expedition to the Galápagos Islands and a yearlong mentorship. This award recognizes creative and experimental approaches to challenges facing the Earth.
  3. The $ 15,000 Scientific American Innovator award includes a Scientific American cruise with a parent or guardian and a yearlong mentorship. The award recognizes a top project that uses an experimental approach to answer questions about the natural world.
  4. The $ 15,000 Virgin Galactic Pioneer award includes a tour of Virgin Galactic facilities and a yearlong mentorship. The award recognizes hands-on approach to engineering challenges.

Next there are 20 global finalists, 53 state winners and 100 regional winners.

The 20 global finalists will receive goody bags from sponsors, a 12-month subscription to Scientific American and National Geographic and a paid trip to Mountain View, California, to participate in the finalist event in July 2019.

The 53 state winners get an Android tablet and a Google goody bag. The 100 regional winners get a Chromebook and a Google goody bag.

When making your science fair project, just remember no idea is too big or too small when it comes to innovation and creative solutions. Look at how aglets — the piece at the end of a shoelace — made our everyday lives easier.

If you’re not eligible or if this isn’t your thing, that’s OK. Check out our list of 100 scholarships that will help you pay for college, or you can like The Penny Hoarder Life on Facebook to discover other scholarship opportunities.

Stephanie Bolling is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She also tested what color popcorn ants prefer because we had colored popcorn in the ’90s.

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Snapbac to Enter Activewear Arena

Kevin Bello believes he’s built a better mousetrap when it comes to performance activewear.
The Los Angeles-based entrepreneur, who has a background in medical devices and marketing, has created Snapbac, a line of men’s and women’s apparel that addresses all the needs of today’s athletes.
Bello said the collection will address all three phases of performance athletics: the warm-up, the workout and the cool-down. Snapbac employs medical-grade compression in its tights and tops with a patented dual-layer system of design in which thermal therapy pods can be inserted.
The pods can be heated in a microwave and placed anywhere in the garment during a warm-up, removed for the actual workout and then cooled in a freezer and reinserted in the garment post-workout.
“There’s no need to saran wrap your knees anymore,” Bello explained in explaining his collection of “wearable therapy” apparel. “Most people who train seriously subscribe to the three key phases of warming up, working out and recovering. But what sometimes happens is they may skip out on the warm up or cool down part. Ultimately these people  often fail to reach their full potential due simply to the demands of living their normal life. Snapbac was developed with consideration for the need for

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