Heather Hayes


Starbucks is giving away free drinks – here’s how to get one!

Starbucks is offering free drinks to kick off the 2017 holiday season. Starbucks is launching a buy-one-get-one-free deal (BOGO) on holiday drinks. From 2 to 5 p.m. Thursday through Monday, Starbucks customers who buy a holiday beverage can get another drink for free. Eligible drinks include the Chestnut Praline Latte, Peppermint Mocha, Caramel Brulee Latte, Gingerbread Latte, Eggnog Latte, Holiday Spice Flat White, and Teavana Joy brewed tea. Starbucks revealed its holiday cups last week. Unlike the red cups in years past, this year’s cups are heavily decorated and whiteRead More

Most Controversial and Offensive Costumes for 2017

The Halloween holiday always brings an uproar about costumes that test the boundaries of what’s considered socially acceptable. Is it racist to let a white child dress up as Polynesian Disney princess Moana? or an dress up as a native american? Racial sensitivity is a hot topic this time of year, with schools and universities across the nation recommending that students not wear things like Native American headdresses or blackface as part of their costumes. An Anne Frank costume for children recently sparked a social media backlash after it surfacedRead More

Pink Announces The Beautiful Trauma North American Tour

P!nk announced the dates of her upcoming 2018 Beautiful Trauma Tour. The singer unleashed a new track titled “Whatever You Want” today, but the good news doesn’t stop there. P!nk will embark on a 40-date world that begins in Phoenix, AZ on March 1 and will make her way around North America, including stops in Detroit, Dallas, Atlanta, Las Vegas and wraps June 2 at The Forum in Los Angeles. She also shared a teaser for her upcoming documentary in collaboration that can be seen on Apple Music. Tickets forRead More

State Fair of Texas Deals & Discounts 2017

The State Fair of Texas opens Friday, September 29th at Fair Park in Dallas. General admission is a steep $16.50, so it’s best to find out what discounts are available that will allow you to spend more money on food and parking. Oct. 13 is First Responders’ Day. Law enforcement officers, firefighters and paramedics get in free with a valid ID. And they get up to 3 extra tickets for family. Thursdays: You’ll get in for $7 if you bring an empty 20-ounce Coca Cola product. Anyone 60 years oldRead More

Destruction in Cuba from Hurricane Irma

In Cuba, the destruction along the north central coast was similar to that seen on other Caribbean islands over the last week as Irma plowed into Ciego de Avila province. You don’t see much of the U.S. media showing you any photos or videos from the damage in Cuba because they are focused on Hurricane Irma and Florida coverage and preparedness. Cubans walked through ankle-deep water in Caibarien, a fishing town where streets were flooded and covered in seaweed. Elsewhere, winds toppled trees and utility poles or ripped apart roofs.Read More