– Advertisement – Spilling the sweet tea! Southern Charm’s Shep Rose, Craig Conover and Leva Bonaparte weighed in on which of their castmates could tie the knot first in Us Weekly’s “Southern Charm Confessions” video.The trio exclusively told Us who they’d pick to get married next among the Bravo cast — pointing to Shep and Craig as frontrunners.- Advertisement – The Bourbon and Bubbles co-owner added: “Craig’s getting into adulthood. He’s spreading his little wings.”When it comes to who will have a child next, the Sewing Down South designer picked former costar Thomas Ravenel, before switching to Austen Kroll.“I would like to say me, but I think it’ll end up being Kathryn [Dennis],” Leva, who has a 2-year-old son with husband Lamar, explained.- Advertisement – The trio also revealed their choices for best dressed cast member over the years with Shep, 40, and Craig both pointing to the Delaware native.“I say Craig is kinds of stylish. I don’t agree with some of his style choices, but I think he’s pretty stylish,” the Shep Gear creator said.Leva, for her part, identified Kathryn, 29, as the worst dressed … at times.“Kathryn’s a hit or miss. Sometimes she’s like glorious and other times you’re like, [woah]. That’s here thing,” she told Us. “She’s like a Sour Patch Kid, you never know what you’re going to get.”Leva continued: “She’s very authentic with her fashion, because you never know what you’re going to get. You’re in the nail salon and she’s in a dominatrix outfit and you’re like, ‘What’s happening?’”For more Southern Charm cast confessions, including which cast member is the life of the party, check out Us Weekly’s video above. Plus, see which Bravo show each reality star would want to do a crossover with and which Housewife they’d date.Southern Charm airs Thursdays on Bravo at 9 p.m. ET.Listen to Watch With Us to hear more about your favorite shows and for the latest TV news! “Somehow it might be Shep, which is crazy. A full reversal,” Craig, 31, said. “I would pick Shep.”Shep, however, admitted he doesn’t know who will walk down the aisle, joking, “I hope no one.”Leva Bonaparte, John Pringle, Kathryn Dennis, Shep Rose, Austen Kroll, Madison LeCroy and Craig Conover John Valkos/Tommy Garcia/BravoLeva, who is new to the cast in season 7, picked Craig, noting that she’s met his “current woman friend” and she’s “really sweet, really beautiful, very quiet.”- Advertisement –
Just the way Ryan Preece likes it.”It’s going to look like any short track across the United States,” the driver of the No. 47 JTG Daugherty Racing Chevrolet said Wednesday on a conference call when Sporting News asked whether the aforementioned doubt is eradicated by the 0.526-mile oval, as opposed to a bigger track at which the aero package is a major factor. “I think being able to go to a short track, where everything’s that much tighter, it’s going to make for great racing.”MORE: Full NASCAR Cup Series scheduleAs they will in all NASCAR Cup Series races in 2019, cars in Sunday’s race at Martinsville will run with the new base package that includes a taller spoiler, a longer front splitter and a wider radiator pan compared to last year’s package. But the cars will not have the air ducts or the smaller tapered spacers that are reserved for use at oval tracks longer than 1.2 miles.In simple terms, that means the cars will run the package that produces roughly 750 horsepower, not the one that produces roughly 550 horsepower and has generated mixed reviews through three races this season.Not that horsepower is much of a factor when it comes to the kind of entertainment a short-track race can provide.”There’s races where I’m in a modified that have 450, 500 horsepower, and we put on great racing,” Preece said. “Hopefully we can all just look at the racing, or approach the weekend as if it’s just any other race and not focus on a different package.”Preece, a 28-year-old Cup series rookie, has a short track-heavy background having cut his teeth racing midget cars in New England. Back in 2008, he earned his first Whelen Modified Tour race win at Martinsville, a track at which his current JTG Daugherty race team tends to enjoy.Of course, most tend to enjoy races at Martinsville Speedway, which NASCAR has visited annually since 1949. They tend to enjoy the style of short-track racing in general, no matter the era of NASCAR and no matter the setup of the cars. Leave it to NASCAR’s oldest track to provide a temporary relief from what some consider the sport’s most modern impairment.Over the last month, teams, drivers and fans alike have entered race weekends at Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix and California with at least some degree of doubt about how the Monster Energy Cup Series races would look and feel under the varying rules and aerodynamics packages that are new in 2019. But as NASCAR heads for Martinsville Speedway and Sunday’s STP 500, the expectation is some good, old-fashioned short track racing. No surprises. MORE: Schedule for packages at Cup racesSo even though Fox NASCAR’s TV ratings do not support the idea that 2019 Cup Series races have been negatively impacted by a new rules package, for those who don’t like the guessing game ahead of each event, the Martinsville race will feel like a break; a return to normality, of sorts.”I don’t expect any different,” Preece said.
Dozens of people survived, but were injured in the fire. The suspected arsonist is among the injured according to authorities.KyoAni was founded in 1981 and has produced popular animation shows including K-On and The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.The studio also released a standalone feature anime A Silent Voice, in 2016.One of KyoAni’s series, Violet Evergarden, was picked up by Netflix for a global market. A suspected case of arson is under investigation in Japan where over 30 people are believed dead and many more injured in a huge fire set at an animation studio. Police say the suspect poured some type of fuel around the anime studio and then set it on fire screaming “You die!”Kyoto Animation is known as KyoAni and makes popular television shows and publishes anime books.
A new trial date has been set for a former farmhand charged with first-degree murder in the abduction and stabbing death of 20-year-old Mollie Tibbetts in Iowa.Trial for 24-year-old Cristhian Bahena Rivera will take place on September 3rd in the Poweshiek County courthouse in Montezuma.The trial had been set for April 16th but defense attorneys said they needed more time to go through a massive investigation file from prosecutors.Rivera is charged in the killing of Tibbetts, a University of Iowa student who disappeared while out for a run July 18 in Brooklyn, Iowa.Investigators recovered her body a month later in a cornfield.A medical examiner has said Tibbetts was stabbed to death.Rivera is a Mexican national who has been accused of being in the country illegally.He worked at a dairy farm a few miles from where Tibbetts disappeared.
Mathura: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday hit out at critics who argue that the mention of words ‘Om’ and ‘cow’ takes India centuries back, saying they are hell-bent on damaging the country. Modi took the jibe at as he launched a nationwide programme here to save livestock from the foot and mouth disease, delivering 600 million vaccine shots to farm animals over the next several years. Beginning with Radhey, Radhey, a customary greeting in the Brajbhoomi’ around Mathura, Modi promoted cleanliness, spoke against single-use plastic and invoked the 9/11 attack on America this day 18 years ago to indirectly condemn Pakistan for nurturing terrorism. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM'”There is a country called Rwanda in Africa. I had gone there. In Rwanda, there is a unique programme, where the government gives cows to villages with the condition that the first female calf born to the cow is taken back and given to those who do not have a cow,” he said. “This way a chain operates. And their endeavour is that in Rwanda every household should have a cow, milk production and animal rearing, which forms the base of the economy. I have myself seen how a network to earn livelihood through a cow has Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&Kbeen established there,” Modi said. “But it is unfortunate that in our country the moment the word ‘Om’ falls on the ears of some people, they get alarmed (‘baal khadhe ho jaate hai’),” he said. “They also get alarmed by the word ‘cow’. They feel as if that the country has gone back to the 16th or the 17th century, he said. Mocking this gyan (wisdom) of the critics, he said such people are hell-bent on damaging the country. He wondered whether anyone can imagine an economy without animal husbandry. “In the life of rural India, animal husbandry is very valuable. Can a family in a village survive without it? But I don’t know why some people get an electric shock on hearing the word,” Modi said. He said environment and livestock were always at the core of India’s economic thought and philosophy. And hence, be it Swachh Bharat or Jal Jeevan Mission or promoting agriculture and animal husbandry, we always try to maintain a balance between nature and economy.” In his 40-minute speech, the prime minister also brought up the terror attack on America this day in 2001.