RICHMOND, VIRGINIA BANS FIREARMS AT PUBLIC GATHERINGS
Recently, the Richmond City Council voted to put in a place a gun-banning policy on public property during any public events, including rallies, protests and marches. This comes in the wake of the fatal shootings in Kenosha, Wisconsin by 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, who attended a protest inspired by the Jacob Blake shooting, and opened fire killing two. The ordinance is designed to lower the risk of violence between police and pedestrians and will be enforced for any events, whether or not it is formally permitted by the city, including those organized on streets, sidewalks and alleys. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
BUY MICHELLE OBAMA'S LIMITED EDITION LIPSTICK FOR WHEN WE ALL VOTE CAMPAIGN
Former First Lady Michelle Obama continues to push her non-profit When We All Vote campaign to generate more people to register to vote ahead of November's election. She's joined forces in the hair and beauty realm to give it some glam. A Black-owned business, The Lip Bar, has created a limited-edition matte liquid lipstick called Bawse Voter, a classic cool-toned red, which retails for $15. Forty-percent of each sale goes to the campaign. There's only a total of 500 in stock, so be a "bawse" like Michelle and snag one. (Allure)
WANNA SPEND A NIGHT IN THE FRESH PRINCE OF BEL-AIR MANSION?
How would you like to stay in theFresh Prince of Bel-Air house for a night? Will Smith has teamed up with Airbnb to offer up the one-of-a-kind experience. It’s the perfect way to celebrate the classic sitcom’s 30th anniversary. Listen to the description from the Airbnb listing and try to tell us you’re not sold. “It’s your crib for the night, so feel free to act like you own the place. My wing of the mansion includes my bedroom (which includes a basketball court), a full bathroom, pool area, an outdoor lounge, and the dining room. And you gotta do it like my guy DJ Jazzy Jeff so don’t forget your sunglasses!” The unique property is only available for five nights and only Los Angeles area residents are eligible. All money raised will go towards to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia. All meals, like Philly cheesesteaks, will be served up on silver platters, but don’t expect to see Geoffrey the Butler.