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AEW’s Owen Hart Cup Tournaments to Begin in May, Finals to Be Held at Double or Nothing

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More details about the Owen Hart Cup have been announced. It was back in September that AEW announced a partnership with the Owen Hart Foundation to honor the legacy of Owen. Earlier today on Busted Open Radio, AEW President Tony Khan announced that there will be a male and female tournament taking place for the Owen Hart Cup. One winner will be crowned for each. During tonight’s episode of Rampage, AEW revealed that both tournaments will kick off in May with the finals for each being held at Double or Nothing 2022. Additional details are set to be provided this Wednesday during Dynamite. The #OwenHartCup men’s and women’s tournaments will take place in May, culminating with both finals at #AEW Double or Nothing with Dr. Martha Hart on hand to award the cups to the winners. We’ll have more on #TheOwen WEDNESDAY on #AEWDynamite Watch #AEWRampage NOW on @tntdrama! pic.twitter.com/Jelc6I85XR — All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) December 18, 2021 Keep up to date with everything happening on Rampage by checking out Fightful’s live coverage. We will also have a joint-WWE/AEW post-show review immediately following the conclusion of AEW Rampage at 11 p.m. ET.

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Horwath’s Entry Into Hamilton Mayoral Race Increases Attention on Candidates, Say Analysts

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Hamilton’s mayoral race now has four candidates including a former mayor, the former Hamilton Chamber of Commerce boss and former head of the city’s taxi drivers’ union.

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Nikole Hannah-Jones and the Country We Have (2021)

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Is history always political? Who gets to decide? What happens when you challenge common narratives? In this episode, Throughline’s Rund Abdelfatah and Ramtin Arablouei explore these questions with Nikole Hannah-Jones, an investigative journalist at the New York Times and the creator of the 1619 Project.

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Life’s Hardships Lead to the Trek of a Lifetime in ‘Soundings’

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Doreen Cunningham felt worn down by financial limitations as a single parent trying to, as she says, make life work. She tells Scott Simon that society’s unfair treatment toward single-parent households led her to escape to follow the gray whale migration with her 2-year-old son, which she documents in her memoir Soundings.

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