The 63rd Grammy Awards are upon us this afternoon and evening, broadcasting via CBS and Paramount+ from the Los Angeles Convention Center with host Trevor Noah. While the main show doesn’t kick off until 8 p.m. ET, the non-televised pre-show “Premiere Ceremony” streamed this afternoon via the Recording Academy’s website, with honorees in dozens of categories already announced. Big winners so far include Fiona Apple (Best Alternative Music Album and Rock Performance for Fetch the Bolt Cutters and “Shameika,” respectively), Beyoncé (Best Rap Performance and Music Video for “Savage” with Megan Thee Stallion and “Brown Skin Girl,” respectively), Kaytranada (Best
The 63rd Annual Grammy Award winners were announced on March 14 in 84 categories ranging from the top prize of Album of the Year to outstanding achievements in genres including pop, rock, rap, Latin, classical, comedy and more. Scroll down to see who won every single prize, updated throughout the day and night as winners were announced.
The majority of awards were presented during the Premiere Ceremony that started at Noon Pacific/3:00pm Eastern. That pre-show was hosted by Jhene Aiko, a three-time nominee this year, and featured performers including Burna Boy, Terri Lyne Carrington and Social Science,
DETROIT – The state of Michigan has suspended the liquor licenses of 40 businesses for violating various COVID-19 safety rules. Here’s a list of all the businesses, along with suspension details.
Location: 700 East Broadway Avenue in Muskegon Heights
Date of suspension: Aug. 26, 2020
The Commission ordered an emergency suspension of the Class C License. Before a Sept. 4 hearing, the licensee entered into a negotiated settlement, which resulted in $750 in fines and an additional 14-day suspension, which ended Sept. 17, 2020.
Location: 18800 8th Avenue in Conklin, Wright Township
Date of suspension: Sept.