One helpful stress release for the times we're living in is the fact that the things that happen will be meme-ified on social media almost immediately and those memes might just be the lift or release you've been looking for.
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Thousands of people in Midtown Manhattan were plunged into darkness Saturday as an enormous blackout knocked out power to more than 30 blocks of the city from Times Square to the Upper West Side. Within that area are many of the cities most famous Broadway theatres and concert halls including Carnegie Hall, which lost power mid-concert despite the performance being a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for those involved. But the performers were given another opportunity that that could never have foreseen. (Video included).
Perhaps you were one of the record breaking 40.7 million that watched some part of the newest season of the Netflix original series Stranger Things this past fourth of July weekend. Perhaps like me, you were even one of the record-shattering 18.2 million that finished the season within the first four days. Either way, millions got to see the introduction of a “Mormon” element into the world of 80s nostalgia, quirky characters, and monsters with vendettas that is 'Stranger Things.'
JK! Studios, founded by former members of the beloved BYUtv sketch comedy team, “Studio C,” is now home to some of the aforementioned’s favorite cast members, including Matt Meese and Stacey Harkey — and these two recently explained in an interview with Deseret News that some JK! Studios members will be on NBC’s brand-new comedy competition show “Bring the Funny.”