Jay Z and Beyonce Go Vegan, Prohibition Repealed This Day in 1933
Dec. 5, 2013
By ABC News
Jay-Z and Beyonce Go Vegan
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H to the Izzo, V to the Egetables.
Okay, so it's not going to be Jay-Z's newest single, but Hova is going vegan, he announced on his blog this week. The rapper-mogul and wife Beyonce are doing a 22-day vegan cleanse.
"On December 3rd, one day before my 44th birthday I will embark on a 22 Days challenge to go completely vegan, or as I prefer to call it, plant-based!! This all began a few months back when a good friend and vegan challenged me to embrace a 'plant-based breakfast' every day. It was surprisingly easier on me than I thought," he wrote.
Prohibition Repealed This Day in 1933
Today we celebrate a moment in time when this country came together, both sides of the aisle, friend and foe, neighbor to neighbor, to agree on one thing: we should all be able to drink booze legally again.
Today marks the 80th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition, the law which banned Americans from producing and selling booze. How will you celebrate?
Gal Gadot is New Wonder Woman
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Comic fanboys (and fangirls!) rejoice! The most badass female superhero of them all, Amazon warrior princess Wonder Woman, is coming to the big screen.
Gal Gadot, most famous for her role in a slew of "Fast & Furious" movies, will play Wonder Woman in the upcoming "Man of Steel" movie with Superman Henry Cavill and Batman Ben Affleck.
Welcome to the world, Quincy! The second son of "Facts of Life" star Kim Fields and her husband, Christopher Morgan, was born Tuesday.
Fields said she was surprised when she found out she was pregnant again at age 44, and told her doctor she thought she was premonopausal. Read more here.
Rare Identical Triplets Born in California
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A new mother in California is overjoyed that she is no longer carrying three babies at the same time, according to the news reports.
Hannah and Tom Hepner, of Quincy, Calif., became the parents of identical triplets late last month - a rare occurrence, according to doctors. The triplets were conceived naturally and produced when a single, fertilized egg split into three, according to the Sacramento Bee.
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