Entertainment TV Lawyers From Annalise Keating To Jack McCoy To Alicia Florrick Asks Real Attorneys To Help With Fair Elections – Watch The PSA
Alicia Keys Brings Bebe Rexha Out to ‘Gramercy Park’ for ‘The Late Late Show’ Drive-In Concert
Alicia Keys brought out special guest Bebe Rexha Wednesday night (Sept. 23) to perform “Gramercy Park” for The Late Late Show with James Corden drive-in concert at Television City. The track from her new eponymous album ALICIA takes a stroll down memory lane of all the times Keys has appeased the people in her life while eventually finding her way back to her true self. “Sometimes you lose yourself. Here’s to finding yourself again,” she said while playing the beginning piano chords of the ballad.
They’re not really lawyers, but they play ones on TV. Still,, an organization that connects volunteer lawyers with nonprofit organizations, hopes to use the television stars to recruit real attorneys who can work to ensure a fair election.
A public service announcement was released Thursday for the We The Action Election 2020 Task Force, as the famous faces pitch for attorneys who can help staff remote voter hotlines, serve as poll workers and observers, cure mail-in ballots, and if needed, support recount efforts. The call is for Democratic Party-leaning attorneys.
'Chasing Indiana's Game': New book explores beauty of Hoosier State's obsession with basketball
Three years ago, the Indiana Pacers hit on an idea for a marketing slogan and instead found they’d conjured a phrase that defines an entire state: “We Grow Basketball Here.” It is not by accident that two of the men whose names grace major college basketball player of the year awards, John Wooden and Oscar Robertson, were born and raised here. It is not by accident that Rick Mount, George McGinnis, Glenn “Big Dog” Robinson and Steve Alford were produced by Indiana high schools, or that Bob Knight, Gene Keady, Rick Majerus and Brad Stevens became coaching stars on this state’s college stages.
The participants include:
Alan Rachins (LA Law)
Carrie Preston (The Good Wife)
Christine Baranski (The Good Wife)
Dule Hill (Suits)
Gina Torres (Suits)
Harry Hamlin (LA Law)
J. Smith Cameron (Succession)
(The Good Wife)
Quincy Tyler Bernstine (Power)
Raul Esparza (Law & Order: SVU)
Sam Waterston (Law & Order)
Stephanie March (Law & Order: SVU)
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Alicia Keys Reveals How 2020 Has Changed Her, Talks Her Previous Struggle With Acne: ‘I Felt Really Self-Conscious’ .
Alicia Keys discusses the year that was 2020, Black Lives Matter, and more in a new interview with Glamour U.K. Keys tells the magazine of how this year has changed her personally: “Alicia 2020 is super tuned-in. I am fully in my power. I’m unafraid of taking risks. I’m unafraid of stepping out on a limb for something that’s extremely important. I am ready to shift, change, and remould, not only myself but everything around me and the world as we need it. So, I’m here to be of service, man.” The musician also talks about launching a $1-billion endowment fund to support Black American businesses and communities in association with the NFL.