It was almost the worst-timed bathroom break imaginable.
During a pitching change in seventh inning of the Dodgers’ NLDS Game 2 on Wednesday, Clay Bellinger got up from his seat in the upper deck of Globe Life Field, navigated a quiet concourse as Fernando Tatis Jr. came to the plate and got back within sight of the diamond just as the ball reached his son in center field.
“I took a peek in,” Clay said, “and saw Cody drift back.”
That’s where Clay watched Cody rob a home run with one of the most memorable catches in recent franchise history — alone in an empty stadium,
Steve Martin’s duties as the father of the bride are not done!
Martin and the cast of the ’90s hit “Father of the Bride” are reuniting on Friday for “Father of the Bride: Part 3-ish,” which is the first installment of the story since “Father of the Bride: Part II” in 1995.
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Martin, 75, and co-star Kimberly Williams-Paisley, 49, who played Martin and Diane Keaton’s daughter in the two films, spoke with Jenna Bush Hager on TODAY Friday ahead of the movie’s premiere, which will be at 6 p.m. EST on Friday on the Netflix YouTube channel and Netflix Facebook page.
The two stars talked about reuniting with the cast, including Keaton, Kieran Culkin and Martin Short, to
Warren Pegram and his stepson, Charlston Austin, have opened an Ace Hardware franchise in their neighborhood in the city of South Fulton, Georgia. It is one of the first hardware stores in their community.
According to the City of South Fulton Observer, the new store is a great addition to the current retail lineup at the Old National Marketplace. Its opening came right on time as the city has been encouraging more small businesses to do business in the area.
The Ace Hardware franchise promises to particularly offer home improvement products that are most needed in the community. Pegram said that unlike other franchises, they will also sell party rental equipment such as commercial grade snow cone machines, inflatables, popcorn machines, and many more.
Austin, who used to work as a former retail account executive, is making sure to connect with the community to know the products they need