What’s Trending on Tuesday, December 12th, 2017
§ The name for our new WNBA franchise has been revealed and we are now the proud home of the Las Vegas Aces.
§ It’s Las Vegas’ first major professional basketball team, formerly the San Antonio Stars.
§ The team will take the court at Mandalay Bay Events Center for the 2018 season.
§ Former player Bill Laimbeer is the head coach…you may remember him from his days on the Detroit Pistons.
§ You can make a deposit for the as Vegas Aces tickets through AXS.com.
§ Study: Kids ask 73 questions a day and researchers have found that adults struggled to answer nearly half of the questions put to them.
§ They say that kids are just curious about the world around them and that a child’s curiosity peaks at age four.
§ These are the questions that were most difficult for parents to talk about with their kids:
· What is God?
· Where did I come from?
· Why do people die?
§ The famous chef is stepping away from the TV show “The Chew” and his restaurant group amidst sexual misconduct allegations.
§ Eater New York says that four women have accused the chef of inappropriate touching.
§ His alleged pattern of behavior spans at least two decades.
§ Batali did not deny all the allegations, saying that they “match up” with ways he has behaved.
§ He said, “I apologize to the people I have mistreated and hurt…the behavior was wrong and there are no excuses. I take full responsibility and am deeply sorry for any pain, humiliation or discomfort I have cause to my peers, employees, customers, friends and family.”
§ Netflix has released its’ “most watched” list of 2017 in some interesting categories on not just what we watched but HOW we watched.
§ The shows we devoured (meaning we watched more than two hours per day) were “American Vandal,” “3%” and “13 Reasons Why.”
§ The shows we savored (watched less than two hours per day) were “The Crown,” “Big Mouth,” and “Neo Yokio.”
§ The shows that got us cheating (meaning we watched ahead of our significant others) were “Narcos,” “13 Reasons Why” and “Stranger Things.”
§ And the shows that brought us together (meaning we watched it as a family) were “Stranger Things,” “13 Reasons Why” and “A Series of Unfortunate Events.”