first_img A Cute Accessory Wear as a cute bracelet on-the-go without leaving tight marks on your wrist Bought these as i wanted to see what all the fuss was about. Naturally these will be different for everyone, because everyone’s hair has a different behaviour and consistency. My hair is naturally straight and quite fine. I was nervous because the band is quite wide which i’ve never had before but this doesn’t really make any difference to how it ties in your hair. For me personally the ‘no dent’ doesn’t work if i’m wearing my hair up all day, but perhaps when tying up for a couple of hours this would be different. The great thing i find is when pulling the hairband out it doesn’t rip my hair. If you pull slowly using the tag left after the knot it slowly releases and weaves out of your hair. This is awesome as with other hairbands i struggle to pull them out and then see snaps of hair wound all around the band. I was sceptical about them holding my hair, but it hold my hair up in a high ponytail all day without feeling tight on my head, i tie with 3 twists to get the right fit for my hair. These are really nice to wear and don’t snag your hair. Just a little over priced i think. I do believe that i have less hair breakage since using these. I believe that is their usp. Lovely colours and these hairbands are so comfortable don’t snag the hair at all. Really nice colours and hold my hair up well. Seem good quality and should be as quite expensive. These bands are especially kind to the hair, yes they are a little expensive but last a long time. I have been using them for about 7 months and they are still going strong. When they’ve lost a little bit of elasticity i just pop them in the washing machine and they come out like new again. Feel soft in hair! Popbands are: Posted on June 12, 2019Author Nathalie DuboisCategories Ponytail HoldersTags Popband Your Style Finish off any outfit with a hair tie to match, hold hair up tight whatever the thickness 5 Pack Printed Hair Ties -Allegra 5 Pack Solid Hair Ties – Ink 4 Pack Solid Hair Ties – Sherbert 3 Pack Headband – Blonde No Tie Stretchy Poplaces – Grey The world’s kindest hair ties! Great for not ripping hair out. Love these, you can buy cheaper ones but these are such good quality i would rather pay a little more for better quality. The cheap ones i found are rubbish compared to these. Would highly recommend them. Good product, but the claim about not kinking your hair is not true. They don’t keep the elastic tightness after a while. Nice colours, nice quality, seem to hold ponytail well without leaving a kink. Be interesting to see how they last. Bought them for sunshine holiday (holiday for me, not the hair bands), and think they will be ideal. I like that they can be worn on wrist and look slightly better than an elasticated band when not deployed in hair. A bit different from the usual ones. Popbands hold hair up tight without leaving creases/dents in your hair. I am now a complete convert to popbands and haven’t used anything else to tie back my hair since i’ve received them. They are very effective at holding my hair in a pony tail or in a bun and manage to do that without being excessively tight or tearing my hair. These day glo colours wouldn’t be my first choice but they are fun and eye catching. Good looking and good quality. I can’t believe how good these are. I have very long thick hair and these grip better than any other hair tie. They don’t snag or kink your hair whilst being a stylish addition to your hair style. These ponytail holders are very popular with my 5 year old granddaughters;the colours are bright and funky,and the bands hold their fine hair really well without snagging or getting entangled. They are very stretchy so you need to wrap them around a few times,but they don’t fall out easily and can fit nicely onto wrists for a fun bracelet;that way you always have one on hand if their hair is falling into their eyes. Perfect for sports, workouts, yoga, running, and everyday use, Popbands hold hair up tight no matter how thin or thick (without leaving a dent) Impressed so far Kind To Hair Soft and stretchy hairbands that hold hair tightly but still leave hair ‘kink-free’ We Are Definitely Fanscenter_img A Beauty Essential Keep hair away from your face for applying make-up without creasing your hair Popband Pack of 5 – Pop Fantastic gift ideas for all occasions, Popbands come pre-packaged so arrive clean, fresh, and beautifully presented Popbands double up as super-cute wrist accessories, coordinate with the Popband in your hair, or choose one to compliment your outfit. SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2019-06-12 11:20:39Reviewed Item Popband Solid Colour Ponytail Holder Hair Bands/Ties 5 Pack – PopRating 4.4 / 5  stars, based on  285  reviews These pop bands are at the higher end of the scale for quality. Stay in place and keep their elasticity well, can highly recommend. These stretchy bands work really well for my granddaughters,who are 5 and have fine,curly long hair. It’s normally quite a job to keep their hair tied back as most hairbands soon come undone and fall out,but popbands last a long time in their hair but are really easy to remove. They never seem to get tangled in the hair,or to leave marks even if they are in all day. They also make a cute little bracelet to wear on the wrist,(mine or theirs)so you always have one handy if you need it. They are pricier than most,but they are very effective and don’t tend to get lost,so a pack of 5 lasts a long time. These bands never crease the hair highly recommend. Very expensive but worth it. They are one of the few versions of a ponytail holder that will stay in my very fine silky hair. Also they do not pull the way other cheaper ones do. Not as stretchy as the usual pop bands. With so many designs and colours to choose from, there is a Popband for everyone The hair ties that every girl needs, with a design of bands perfect for every occasion from sparkly designs for parties, vibrant prints for summer to plain for work and school. THE KINDEST HAIR TIE If you are fed up of dented and damaged hair from scruffy hair ties, then it is time to try Popbands! Available in endless colours and prints to match any outfit, these super-stretchy hairbands are designed to protect your luscious locks. Developed and tested to perfection, we have created the ultimate hairbands and headbands for girls and women of all ages. They look fabulous as bracelets for when you need a hair tie on-the-go, without the impression marks left on your wrists. There’s a design for everyone with new designs inspired by the latest catwalk trends, urban styles or classic chic. With active hair ties available too with a slightly wider design to provide additional support during sports activities! Hairbands Pack of 5 last_img read more

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Dusty Sonnenberg, CCA, Ohio Field Leader“So where is it coming from, and what more can we do?” This is a question many northwest Ohio farmers ask themselves, knowing they will likely be the ones to take the blame as the subject of the Lake Erie algal bloom regularly makes headlines in the paper and on the evening news. Considering the weather challenges faced during the planting season of 2019, many farmers are left perplexed. According to Jason Williamson of the Williamson Insurance Agency, the question is valid. “Looking at the prevent plant numbers released by the USDA, 30% of the acres in the counties we cover in Northwest Ohio are prevent plant,” he said. “Wood County alone reported over 50% prevent plant.”Those are acres where farmers did not get a crop in the ground, and the vast majority did not apply any fertilizer this spring or summer. With that being said, the lake is on track to have its fourth or fifth largest harmful algal bloom (HAB) on record. Farmers are asking where the phosphorus is coming from, and what more can they do if this happens when they didn’t apply fertilizer or manure.According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Lake Erie Harmful Algal Bloom Bulletin, released on Sept. 3, “The Microcystis cyanobacteria bloom continues in the western basin of Lake Erie. Recent satellite imagery showed the bloom extending from Maumee Bay north along the Michigan coast, to Brest Bay; east along the Ohio coast to the Marblehead Peninsula, and offshore through the Bass Islands, and up to 10 miles east of Pelee Island.”“So far, we are on par with the July prediction of a 7.5 or 8 for the severity of the bloom, which would make it possibly the fourth or fifth largest,” said Chris Winslow, director for Ohio Sea Grant and Ohio State’s Stone Laboratory. In July, NOAA and its research partners predicted western Lake Erie would experience a harmful algal bloom of cyanobacteria this summer significantly larger than the mild bloom in 2018. Scientists predicted this year’s bloom to measure greater than a 7 on the severity index. The severity index is based on a bloom’s biomass — the amount of its harmful algae — over a sustained period. The largest blooms, 2011 and 2015, were 10 and 10.5, respectively. Last year’s bloom had a severity of 3.6 which is considered a mild bloom. Ohio soybean farmers, along with other commodity groups in the state, have invested millions of dollars in research aimed at determining the cause of the algal bloom, and finding potential management practices to functionally mitigate the problem. Farmers are working closely with universities, government agencies, and environmental groups to make changes to protect the water. Practices like cover crops, nutrient management plans, soil sampling and more are increasing every year, and farmers are applying less fertilizer than ever before.So where is all this coming from? When asked this question, Winslow said the phosphorus in the lake that is causing the bloom is largely coming from “three buckets” as he likes to refer to them. The “first bucket” as he refers to it is what he identifies as current use phosphorus.“This is real-time phosphorus. This phosphorus would come from fertilizer applied in the spring that is available to the plants and can get in the water right now. Due to the lack of planting this spring and limited fertilizer application as a result of the weather, this first bucket is most likely not a substantial contributor this year,” Winslow said. “The second bucket is from the legacy phosphorus. This is the phosphorus that was already found in the lake or is held in the soils’ that have high phosphorus levels. This is phosphorus available to the algal bloom every year. The third bucket of phosphorus results from the heavy rainfall events and large amounts of precipitation we frequently receive.”These large rain events move phosphorus found in the soil and environment into the lake. Winslow surmises that the phosphorus contributing to this year’s bloom is largely from the legacy phosphorus and any phosphorus the large rain events have carried to the lake.“Our prediction was that 24% less phosphorus would be entering the lake (due to less fertilizer being applied) this year. We have equipment that pulls river water samples at various locations all across the watersheds in the Western Lake Erie Basin. We can detect when, and in general where, we get phosphorus (P) and nitrogen (N) spikes as the water travels to the lake. We know what the water samples show at the beginning, and as the various tributaries empty into the watershed along the way,” Winslow said. “For example, in a normal year, we can tell when farmers are sidedressing their corn because if we get a large rain event, we see a spike in the N level in the samples from those areas at that time. With our sampling equipment, we know the levels of N and P before and after each event.”Winslow explained that this year was beneficial to the researchers because they were able to observe a change in one of the variables, or “buckets” as he describes them. The decline in the amount of “real-time” phosphorus that was applied in the spring and summer on a large scale has allowed researchers to observe the response of the bloom with the other two “buckets” remaining relatively the same. Winslow said having the “three buckets” makes finding simple solutions to the algal bloom situation challenging for farmers.“If we did not have the ‘third bucket’ of large and frequent rain events this year, we would have had a regular planting season and more normal fertilizer application, which is the source in the ‘first bucket.’ Due to the frequent and heavy rains in the ‘third bucket,’ we did not have as much of the ‘first bucket’ real-time phosphorus applied, but still had the “second bucket” legacy phosphorus, and still more of the ‘third bucket’ heavy rains,” Winslow said. “Any combination of the buckets is a problem.”When explaining how the forecast for the harmful algal bloom is made, he noted that the formula to forecast the bloom is based on the river water samples from the first of March to the end of July in a given year.“Anything prior to the first of March, and the lake is too cool for it to have any real impact on the algae. By August and September, the lake is beginning to cool again, and additional phosphorus by that point will have little to no effect on the current bloom,” he said. “Typically, the peak of the bloom is around the end of August or early September. Sometime later in October NOAA will issue their final number rating.”Winslow pointed out that the size of a bloom is not necessarily an indication of how toxic it is and the location of the bloom is important to consider as well.“Research has found that high concentrations of phosphorus in the water can increase the size of the bloom. High concentrations of nitrogen in the water can increase the toxicity of the bloom,” he said. “Winds drive the location of the bloom. The strong easterly wind has kept the bloom largely in the WLEB.”He also noted that the waves mix the water and algae bloom. This can impact drinking water quality for many of the cities that get their water from the lake because the water intakes are located near the bottom of the lake.“On a calm and still day, the bloom is largely on or near the surface. As the winds pick up and the water churns, it causes the bloom to mix and be distributed across the various layers of the water,” Winslow said. “If the water is calm and the bloom is near the surface, it is not a concern. It becomes more of a concern when the water churns and the bloom mixes in the different layers that it could potentially be a factor for the water intake structures near the bottom.”According to NOAA, the observed conditions the end of August and beginning of September promoted mixing and eastern transport of surface bloom concentration, now present in the central basin. Measured toxin concentrations were below recreational thresholds throughout most of the bloom extent.Ohio Field Leader is a project of the Ohio Soybean Council. 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first_imgTwenty people, including the four main accused, have been arrested by the J&K police’s Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the fatal mob assault on DSP Ayub Pandith on June 22.“Twenty assailants have been arrested so far. One of the accused, Sajad Ahmmad Gilkar, alias Saja Bilu, was killed in an encounter on July 12 at Redbugh, Budgam,” said Inspector- General of Police, Kashmir, Muneer Khan in Srinagar.The killing of Pandith, who belonged to the security wing, by a mob on the premises of historic Jamia Masjid on Shab-e-Qadr during Ramzan, shook the Valley and evoked widespread condemnation. Eyewitnesses helpThe police claimed there was “a very good response from the general public as eyewitnesses voluntarily came forward to render assistance in the investigation”.Mr. Khan said four of the main accused were identified and arrested first. “It led to subsequent arrests. It has surfaced that a group of assailants saw the officer checking the security personnel deployed for the access control duties of the Jamia Masjid and as soon as the officer came out of the premises of the mosque, the assailants heckled him,” he said.The police have also recovered crucial evidence, including an iron rod used to assault the officer, a service pistol in a damaged condition and the deceased officer’s cellphone. “The officer — in self-defence — had fired some shots below the waistline, causing injury to three assailants. However, the mob continued to beat him, which ended in his lynching,” said Mr. Khan.More arrests soon“Some more arrests are expected, which will lead to the completion of the investigation,” Mr. Khan said. The IGP however, ruled out any delinquency on the part of the police on the day of incident.Meanwhile, Independent MLA Engineer Rashid on Monday held a protest in Srinagar over the alleged thrashing of policemen by Army jawans on Saturdaylast_img read more

first_imgFrontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City SBC’s top hitter Cesca Racraquin challenges St. Benildes’ Dianne Ventura as Marites Pablo tries to provide help during their PVL Collegiate Conference clash at the Filoil Flying V Center. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOSan Beda warded off St. Benilde’s late charge for a 25-21, 25-20, 17-25, 25-19 victory t in the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference at Filoil Flying V Center Wednesday.Cesca Racraquin took charge with 15 points for the Red Spikers, who notched survived the Lady Blazers’ fightback to notch their second win.ADVERTISEMENT LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Read Next Ateneo Blue Babble protests CHR budget, EJKs at halftime performance Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president View comments LATEST STORIES MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. E.T. returns to earth, reunites with grown-up Elliott in new ad  WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding San Beda bounced back from its shutout loss to Arellano to tie the Lady Chiefs at second behind Adamson’s 2-0 mark.The Lady Blazers struck back from two sets down with a convincing win in third but lost steam after battling the Red Spikers in a fierce duel majority of the fourth. FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutThey slid to 0-2 and are in danger of missing the semifinals.St. Benilde came through with 15 blocks, including eight from Ranya Musa. Nieza Viray backed Racraquin with 12 points. BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight Deaf personalities everyone should know PLAY LIST 04:26Deaf personalities everyone should know05:01What the Deaf want the hearing to know01:15Learn basic phrases in Filipino Sign Language01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Gameslast_img read more

first_imgDetroit Pistons forward Blake Griffin walks to the bench after fouling out during the second half of Game 4 of a first-round NBA basketball playoff series against the Milwaukee Bucks, Monday, April 22, 2019, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)DETROIT — The Detroit Pistons haven’t made the playoffs much in the last decade — and when they have, their stay has been a short one.So after being swept by top-seeded Milwaukee this year, the Pistons hope this is just a start.ADVERTISEMENT PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss MOST READ DRAFT OUTLOOKThe Pistons didn’t have a first-round pick last year, but second-rounder Bruce Brown made 56 starts as a rookie. Detroit has the 15th pick this year.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next GRIFFIN’S HEALTHGriffin’s knee problems toward the end were a reminder that the Pistons are relying on a star with a troublesome injury history. He did play more games in the regular season than he had since 2013-14.Griffin did not seem to think his knee issues would be a long-term problem.“I don’t think it’ll interfere with any offseason workout plans that I have,” Griffin said.FULL SEASONPoint guard Reggie Jackson has dealt with injury issues in his career as well, but he managed to play all 82 regular-season games for the first time. He had his ups and downs from a performance standpoint, but ultimately shot a career-best 37 percent from 3-point range.ON THE BOARDSAndre Drummond averaged a career-high 17.3 points and an NBA-best 15.6 rebounds. He’s third on the team’s career list in rebounds, trailing only Bill Laimbeer and Bob Lanier.ON THE RISE?Kennard, a first-round draft pick in 2017, increased his scoring average from 7.6 as a rookie to 9.7 this season. He’s a 40-percent shooter from beyond the arc in his career, and his development could be crucial for the Pistons after Griffin led the team in 3-pointers in 2018-19. Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Philippine Arena Interchange inaugurated LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Cavs to interview Blazers assistants for coaching position Griffin had a terrific season, averaging 24.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 5.4 assists in 75 games. He missed the first two games of the playoffs but was able to play in Games 3 and 4 in Detroit. After the Pistons were eliminated Monday night, he expressed his appreciation for what he and his teammates had done.“He just gave a passionate speech in the locker room about how proud he was to play with those guys, and the future that he sees with the young players coming through,” Casey said.On Tuesday at team’s practice facility in Auburn Hills, Griffin reflected.“I really do feel a sense of pride of this group, for just the journey that we were on together,” Griffin said. “Wins and losses ultimately tell one story, but I think that the way the season played out and how we handled certain things and how we kind of grew as a team, was special to me.”Here are a few things to watch with the Pistons going forward:ADVERTISEMENT Hontiveros presses for security audit of national power grid Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess “It was exciting. It was a lot of fun,” guard Luke Kennard said. “Obviously not what we wanted to happen when we got there, but getting there was our first goal as a team. There’s just a lot to learn from it.”The Pistons made the playoffs for only the second time in the last 10 seasons, but after four losses to the Bucks, Detroit has now dropped an NBA-record 14 straight postseason games. The Pistons haven’t won one since 2008.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsThe immediate goal — making the playoffs in coach Dwane Casey’s first season at the helm — was accomplished. In fact, it looked like the Pistons might make the postseason comfortably after they won 15 of 20 games during a stretch in February and March. But knee problems hampered star Blake Griffin down the stretch, and Detroit barely made the playoff field as the No. 8 seed in the Eastern Conference.That meant a meeting with the Bucks, and the Pistons were overmatched, losing the four games by a combined 95 points. View commentslast_img read more

Otay Mesa market robbed suspects at large

first_imgOtay Mesa market robbed; suspects at large SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A man and an armed woman robbed a market this afternoon, police said.The two entered the Rainbow Market in the 2300 block of Roll Drive at 1:22 p.m. and selected some merchandise, walking up to the checkout stand.The woman took out a handgun and demanded cash, Officer Dino Delimitros of the San Diego Police Department said. The amount of money taken in the robbery was not disclosed.The two were seen driving away in a dark-colored Toyota Corolla. The woman was described as 5-feet-6 inches tall with a thin build and wearing a gray tank top and blue leggings. The man was described as having a tattoo of a rose on his left arm and wearing a gray shirt and gray shorts.Anyone with information on the robbery can call Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477. Posted: July 28, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, July 28, 2019 KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

TRAFFIC ADVISORY Lawrence St Sidewalk Project To Cause Road Closures

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Please be advised that the Wilmington Department of Public Works will be starting Phase 2 of the Lawrence Street Sidewalk Construction Project (Hamlin Lane to Shady Lane Drive) starting Wednesday August 1, 2018, weather permitting.The project will begin with the replacement of the drainage cross culvert between #50 and #52 Lawrence Street. During the culvert work, which is only expected to be a few days, Lawrence Street will be soft-closed at both Glen Road and Shady Lane Drive, with a hard-closure to through traffic at the culvert. Residents south of the culvert will have to use Glen Road for egress and residents north of the culvert will have to use Shady Lane Drive for egress.Please obey the directives of police details, detour signs, and warning signs during all construction operations.If you have any questions, or require additional information, please contact the Department of Public Works at 978-658-4481.(NOTE: The above traffic advisory is from the Wilmington DPW.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedTRAFFIC ADVISORY: Wilmington DPW Announces Upcoming Paving Projects For 8 StreetsIn “Government”TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Wilmington DPW Announces Paving Projects In Arlene Ave. & Burt Rd. Neighborhoods On Aug. 12-13In “Government”TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Portions Of Woburn St. & Hillside Way To Be Paved On May 7, Middlesex Ave. On May 8In “Government”last_img read more

Disney Channel Enlists Duplass Brothers for YouTube HipHop Dance Series Starring Sofia

first_imgThe Duplass Brothers (“Paddleton,” “Wild Wild Country,” “Room 104”) are executive producing through their DBP Donut banner. The series was written by Jonathan Hurwitz (“Andi Mack”) and directed by Hannah Peterson (“East of the River”), with choreography by Alexis Beauregard (“Love & Hip Hop Hollywood”). “Shook” is being filmed in and around Los Angeles. Related “It’s not every day that Disney asks you to partner on a diverse, fun, avant-garde dance series,” Mark Duplass said in a statement. “Actually, this may never happen again, so we’re enjoying it while it lasts.”Disney Channel’s YouTube channel has 3 million subscribers and has generated over 1.4 billion views to date. “Adding ‘Shook’ as our foray into original scripted content [on YouTube] is a great step in continuing to connect with our viewers on a platform they already use,” said Vincent Aricco, VP of multiplatform content development at Disney Channels Worldwide. “Sofia’s extraordinary talents and already huge fan base enables us to reach and engage with our core kid and tween audience through visual storytelling for an increasingly digital audience.”Wylie has a following of 1.6 million on Instagram. The actress-singer-dancer recently made her musical debut with “Side by Side,” part of the “Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts” special. She is also the voice of Riri Williams in the “Marvel Rising: Heart of Iron” animated series and made her big-screen debut in MarVista’s “Back of the Net.”In addition to Wylie, the cast of “Shook” includes Somali Rose (“Raven’s Home”), LeShay Tomlinson (“Insecure”), Sydney Sepulveda (“Hard Knocks”), Wayne Mackins (“The Prom”), Jenna Z. Alvarez (“Kidding”) and Caroline Harris (“Megalodon”). TV News Roundup: ‘South Side’ Renewed for Season 2 at Comedy Central Laurence Fishburne to Produce ‘Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur’ Series for Disney Channel Disney Channel’s first original scripted series made exclusively for release on YouTube is “Shook,” a hip-hop dance short-form series starring Sofia Wylie, produced by Mark Duplass and Jay Duplass.“Shook” will debut Saturday, Sept. 28, on Disney Channel’s YouTube channel. The scripted single-camera show centers on 15-year-old Mia (Wylie), who yearns to dance professionally but is hindered by daily obligations to her little sister and their single mom, a registered nurse. Mia begins to express her true and best self through dance with the support of her extroverted best friend, Fredgy, and a new mentor, Ritz, who introduces her to the world of street dance.Wylie, best known for her role as Buffy Driscoll in the Disney Channel series “Andi Mack,” stars in the upcoming “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” for the Disney Plus subscription-streaming service. Popular on Variety ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15last_img read more