#The411: 2018 ESPYS Honor Nassar Abuse Victims

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ESPYS Honor Larry Nassar's Abuse Victims With Arthur Ashe Courage Award

Last night at the 2018 ESPYS former Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman, along with numerous other athletes, took to the stage to accept the Arthur Ashe Courage Award for their bravery against former Olympic doctor & trainer Larry Nassar & his years of abuse. In an emotional video montage, athletes Tiffany Thomas Lopez, Jamie Dantzcher, Sarah Klein, Jeanette Antolin and Larissa Boyce described the traumatic experiences they endured under the supervision of the doctor and how they were able to recognize themselves, not as victims, but as survivors. Dozens of the survivors stood together on the stage as the audience applauded their strength and bravery.

To the mothers, daughters and all women, I hope you will always speak up and continue to speak up until someone listens. You are not alone. Thank you for not giving up. Your strength will prevent the future abuse of countless young girls and women everywhere. #Courage #Survivors #SpeakTruth #Strength #Together #Prevent #Abuse #ThankYou #Awareness #Predators #Women #espys2018 #ArthurAshAward

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Walmart Launching Streaming Service?

Move over Netflix & Amazon, Walmart is reportedly working on a streaming service of their own with both a subscription and free option & completely ad-supported. The Walmart pay service would charge $8 per month, according to The Information which is almost $3 per month less than Netflix. The company also believes that while Netflix and Amazon Prime Video have strong customer bases on the east and west coast, they haven’t captured the loyalty of people in the middle of the country, who historically have been among Walmart’s strongest customers.

While there’s no word on what sort of content the new service would provide, Walmart already owns the movie-streaming service Vudu, which has several thousand titles available for individual purchase or rental.

IHOP Is Back To Pancakes & Delivers!

After ensuing panic around the world when IHOP changed from the International House of Pancakes to the International House of Burgers, the breakfast staple is back to what it does best, pancakes. The chain celebrates it's 60th birthday this week & announced it's partnered with the food delivery service DoorDash to bring its customers pancakes, burgers and everything else on the menu. The move broadens the brand’s IHOP ‘N Go platform, which includes an online ordering system and a mobile app. With the expansion, 300 IHOP restaurants across the nation will be able to send food to homes. 

Brunch? More like Burunch? Get it? For burgers? You get it.

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