Ronda Rousey was a no show for the Mayweather/McGregor fight on Saturday, but she had a good reason. The UFC star was getting married. Enews reports that Rousey tied the knot with fellow UFC fighter Travis Browne in Hawaii. The couple has stayed mostly out of the public eye, keeping a low profile ahead of their nuptials.
Best Buy is apologizing following accusations of price-gouging after a photo posted online showed cases of water for sale at a Houston story for more than $42. Best Buy says the pricing was a mistake. The company explained in a statement that it doesn’t have pricing for cases of water in its system, and employees priced the water by “multiplying the cost of one bottle by the number of bottles in a case.” Price-gouging, or charging excessive amounts for necessities during a natural disaster, is illegal in Texas and in most states, with violators subject to fines up to $250,000.
Five dollar wine on aisle four! Beginning in September, Target’s brand new line of inexpensive wine can be found on shelves at over 1,000 locations. While the retail superstore already sells beer and wine, the debut of its “California Roots” label marks Target’s first exclusive alcohol line. And unlike Target’s other seasonal food offerings, “California Roots” is not a limited edition release. Only time will tell if Target’s new vinos pass the taste test, but if they do, shopping excursions at the nation’s second-largest discount store could get much, much sweeter.
Luis Fonsi’s “Despacito” continues to burn up the charts, but you’ve never heard it quite like this…
Check out Sesame Street’s version “El Patito”, a tribute to Ernie’s beloved rubber duckey.