first_imgIn a brand new interview with Katie Couric, three-time Grammy winner Chance The Rapper gives fans a better glimpse of who he is. The interview takes place at Harold’s Chicken Shack, one of Chance’s favorite restaurants in the Southside of Chicago, and throughout, Chance talks about a whole slew of topics ranging from being an independent artist, the significance of the number 3 in his life, and gun violence in his home city.You can check out the interview for yourself below, courtesy of Yahoo.last_img

first_imgThe 23rd Annual Wilderness Road Ride takes place Saturday May 24.This awesome event is a scenic and historical adventure through southwest Virginia’s beautiful New River Valley.The ride follows part of Daniel Boone’s Wilderness Road. This year will feature a kids bike rodeo and fun ride in the park.It’s a ride the whole family can enjoy, with something for everyone— 4 routes to choose from ranging from a 29 mile relaxed journey for novices, to a 79-mile challenge for the fittest cyclist.All routes start and finish in Radford, at the Dedmon Center and Bisset Park. Non-riders can enjoy Bisset Park, the New River, and downtown Radford, while their families and friends are out riding.Fully supported aid stations will be positioned at regular intervals along the course and the start/finish location. Aid stations will be supplied with Heed Hammer Nutrition fuel, as well as water and plenty of other snacks.Visit their website for more information!DSC07785last_img read more

first_imgChytalo first planted the pumpkin 13 days ago, and it has already tripled in size. He said he is hoping for another 500-pound pumpkin this year. He is once again hoping to bring the pumpkin to New York City when it is finished growing. DELHI, N.Y. (WBNG) — Delhi resident, Ed Chytalo already has fall on his mind. For the seventh consecutive year, Chytalo is growing a giant pumpkin at the Deleware Academy. The pumpkin is currently in a greenhouse where Chytalo can control the temperature. He said that once it outgrows the house, it is then up to mother nature to take care of the rest. “It’s great, in these tough times that we are experiencing right now this is so fun, exciting and stressless. The pumpkin is a great project that touches so many people,” said Chytalo.last_img read more