The Four Surviving Members Of N.W.A. Reunited For The First Time In 27 Years

first_imgAfter twenty-seven years, all four surviving members of the hip hop group N.W.A. shared the stage. The performance came during Ice Cube’s set at Coachella last night, when Cube brought out MC Ren and DJ Yella for “Straight Outta Compton.” Unlike last week, Cube then called upon Dr. Dre for two songs, “Still D.R.E.” and “California Lovin’.”Watch footage below, from Play Music City:You can peep the full setlist below:Edit this setlist | More Ice Cube setlists

Banning pets from bill hearings? All in favor say meow.

first_imgCONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Politically active pets are out of luck in New Hampshire, where some lawmakers have been told to keep their cats and dogs out of the room when they log on for remote hearings. Rep. Anita Burroughs, a Democrat from Glen, said her cats, Yoshi and Jack, were among several pets that appeared on screen during Wednesday’s House Commerce and Consumer Affairs Committee meeting. Later, a colleague later passed along a message from the committee’s Republican chairman that pets are prohibited going forward. But Rep. John Hunt said later he didn’t ban pets, he simply asked whether it was appropriate to have them on screen.last_img

Kyle Kuzma: I am capable of being Lakers’ third superstar

first_img“I’ve never been a ball-dominant guy,” Kuzma said. “I’ve always played off the ball. It is going to be a little bit easier, going to have a lot of open shots. It is my job to trust my summer workouts and what I’ve done. Just breathe, focus and knock those shots down, because I’m going to be open.”The Lakers entered last season with high hopes after signing James in free agency but finished 10th in the Western Conference with a 37-45 record. Los Angeles missed the playoffs for the sixth straight year but made significant changes to its roster during free agency. Jrue Holiday discusses Pelicans trading Anthony Davis to Lakers, drafting Zion Williamson Kyle Kuzma is confident he will be the Lakers’ third star on a roster that looks much different this season. Los Angeles made a blockbuster trade sending several young core players (Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram and Josh Hart) to the Pelicans for six-time All-Star Anthony Davis. There’s no doubt now that Davis and veteran LeBron James will lead the Lakers, but Kuzma believes he can step in and be the third star that L.A. will need after Kawhi Leonard signed with the Clippers. “I don’t feel no pressure, but I believe that I am capable of being that superstar,” Kuzma told ESPN. “I put a lot of work in. My progress through my journey shows that I can be there. I developed every single year, dating back to college, and I don’t see that development stunting at all.”Kuzma acknowledged he “didn’t shoot the ball well” last season, but still managed to average 18.7 points and 5.5 rebounds while shooting 45.6% from the field and 30.3% from 3-point range. Related News Klay Thompson on DeMarcus Cousins: ‘I know he’s going to be a huge asset for the Lakers’ “If I can shoot the ball well and keep developing the facets of my game defensively, I don’t see why I can’t [be that third star],” Kuzma said.Kuzma believes his style of play will match well alongside James and Davis. Lakers vs. Clippers to headline slate of Christmas Day gameslast_img read more