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SAITAMA, JAPAN - DECEMBER 04: (L-R) Adam Clayton, Bono, Larry Mullen Jr. and The Edge of U2 perform at Saitama Super Arena on December 04, 2019 in Saitama, Japan. (Photo by Takashi Aoyama/Getty Images)


Being Vegas locals, we’ve watched many hotels and structures be erected in this city. Especially on the Las Vegas Strip. The latest is the MSG Sphere, which is located right behind the Venetian & Palazzo! The MSG Sphere is supposed to provide the ultimate concert experience in one dome shaped venue. The sound is supposed to be nearly perfect due to its shape and the lighting and screens to enhance that experience!  The MSG Sphere is set to open up next year. The news was just broken over the weekend that the first group to open the MSG Sphere will be Dublin rock group, U2! We’re being told they will be doing a multi-show residency there! If you’ve been to a U2 show, you know lights, sound, and screens are a big part of their show! The MSG Sphere will hold about 20,000 standing fans or around 17,500 seated guests. It also will boast 23 VIP suites.


Arizona Cardinals defenseman, JJ Watt learned of a heart breaking situation and took action. Her name is Jennifer Simpson from Texas. Jennifer obviously a JJ Watt fan since he played for the Houston Texans for many years. Jennifer lost her grandfather just one day after fathers day. The family struggled to pay for his funeral costs. Whatever they could sell to make the money, they would. That included a pair of Reebok JJ Watt shoes. Now we know shows can fetch a lot of money if the right ones, but these shoes were not high valued. She Tweeted that they are for sale for $60. On top of that, she said she was selling her Houston Texans, JJ Watt jersey. JJ Watt immediately responded to her Tweet saying to not sell her shoes and jersey and that he will help with the funeral costs. JJ Watt sent over the money almost immediately through the money transfer service PayPal!





Lets be honest, we all share our Netflix log ins with people. Or your the one using someone else’ log in. Netflix has been well aware of this for years and now they’re wanting to crack down on it. Netflix doesn’t want to lose it’s subscribers, but they also don’t want to lose out on potential dollars. Recently, Netflix announced they would crack down on these accounts. They’ve also considered rolling out a cheaper subscription that would have ads. Now Netflix is rolling out a plan where you can add households to your account for an additional $2 or $2 a month. This would allow other house holds who already use your account to “legally” use your account. As of now, this won’t be taking effect in the U.S. but will be going into effect next month in Argentina, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras! But it will only be a matter of time before it does hit the states.