When is Kourtney Kardashian's baby due? Travis Barker leaves


When is Kourtney Kardashian's baby due? Travis Barker leaves Blink-182 tour amid urgent family matter

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Blink-182 and Kourtney Kardashian's fans are extremely worried about Blink-182's decision to suspend their European tour. The reason is a reported 'urgent family emergency' that forced dremmer Travis Barker take a plane from Glasgow, Scotland. As you may already know, Kourtney Kardashian announced she was expecting Travis Barker's baby during one of Blink-182's concerts. Since then, everybody has been spotting Kourtney with a prominent baby bump and people started wondering if the baby is already due or if there is something concerning going on. Travis Barker's Instagram Stories are not helping fans who are already thinking about terrible possibilities.

Travis Barker posted a series of Instagram Stories where he appears to be entering Glasgow Airport's praying room. That happened 15 hours ago, which means Travis may already be next to Kourtney if this family emergency has anything to do with her pregnancy. There are some clues to when Kourtney Kardashian's baby might be due. If we look at her most recent Instagram post from a week ago, she posts some flower field with the following phrase: "One month."


Jimmy Buffett, Roguish Bard of Island Escapism, Is Dead at 76

Jimmy Buffett in 1977. He found a way of life in the Caribbean and Key West, Fla., writing songs peopled with beach bums and barflies.Credit...Chris Walter/WireImage, via Getty Images

With songs like “Margaritaville” and “Cheeseburger in Paradise,” he became a folk hero to fans known as Parrot Heads. He also became a millionaire hundreds of times over.

Jimmy Buffett, the singer, songwriter, author, sailor and entrepreneur whose roguish brand of island escapism on hits like “Margaritaville” and “Cheeseburger in Paradise” made him something of a latter-day folk hero, especially among his devoted following of so-called Parrot Heads, died on Friday. He was 76.

His death was announced in a statement on his website. It did not say where he died or specify a cause. Mr. Buffett had rescheduled a series of concerts this spring, saying he had been hospitalized, although he offered no details.


‘90 Day Fiancé’ star Paul Staehle missing for second time in a year

Kyle Richards lifts weights in tiny bikini while yachting in Italy

“90 Day Fiancé” star Paul Staehle’s family is worried something terrible has happened to him while traveling throughout Brazil.
Staehle’s mother, Edna Staehle, told TMZ that the reality star sent alarming texts to their family Thursday morning and has not been heard from since.

Edna said Paul, 40, had messaged her saying he needed help because he had gotten lost and gave her contact information for people who might be able to assist, but she never heard back from the group.

One of the people Paul asked his mom to contact was a woman named Izabele Medeiros, who later took to Instagram to publish a statement translated from Portuguese to English.


Novak Djokovic roars back from 2-set hole at US Open

Novak Djokovic survived a five-setter against Laslo Djere in a third-round match he called "nerve-racking all the way until the last shot."

Everyone should know by now to never count out Novak Djokovic. No matter how big a deficit he faces. No matter how poorly he might be playing.
And so it made sense that Djokovic would come all the way back from a two-set deficit to beat Laslo Djere 4-6, 4-6, 6-1, 6-1, 6-3 in the third round of the US Open, avoiding what would have been his earliest exit there since 2006.

"Of course, winning a match is always better than losing a match. It's as simple as that," said Djokovic, who next faces Borna Gojo, a 25-year-old qualifier from Croatia making his US Open debut. "I think the message is sent to the rest of the field that I'm still able to play five sets deep at night, and coming from two sets down always sends a strong message to the future opponents.But at the same time, I'm not really wanting to be in this position, to be honest. I prefer a straight-set win. So hopefully I can get back on that track in the next match.""


Teachers are digging even deeper to afford classroom necessities

School supplies being donated on August 13, 2023 in Cleveland, Ohio.

Parents aren’t alone in feeling the extra pinch in the wallet this year in paying for back-to-school necessities. Teachers, too, are digging deeper to meet their classroom needs out of pocket.

Sarah Adkins, a third grader teacher with Pennoyer School District 79, a Northwest Chicago surburban elementary school, spends an average of $300 to $500 a year of her own money — without reimbursement — on supplies, teaching resources and decorations to make her classroom less bare and more warm and inviting to her young students.

“I recently spent $40 on balloons and a T-shirt so we could celebrate the third day of third grade in style,” she said.
As the year goes on, her personal expense climbs to over $1,000. She expects it to be over $1,000 — on top of any limited classroom budget provided by the school — this year as well.