News Round-Up: September 1, 2020

News Round-Up: September 1, 2020
Channing Tatum (via Instagram)

Some news stories you might have missed:

The Advocate: Chasten Buttigieg, the husband of former Mayor Pete Buttigieg, gives a fascinating and personal account of what it was like to be on the campaign trail with the first openly gay presidential candidate of a major party. Chasten releases his memoir, I Have Something To Tell You, today.

New York Times: The Democratic National Party has announced presidential candidate Joe Biden will visit Kenosha, Wisconsin, “as soon as possible,” but wants to defer to local officials, including Governor Tony Evers, who had asked Donald Trump to cancel or delay his visit to allow the city time “to heal.”

BosGuy: Celebrating the release of the 2021 Men in Kilts calendar! Squeeee!!!

News Round-Up: September 1, 2020

Politico: Twitter said Monday it will begin displaying warning labels on shared posts that contain misleading or doctored videos after facing complaints that it failed to do enough to limit the spread of deceptive clips targeting Joe Biden’s campaign.

CNN: Channing Tatum (top photo) is releasing his first children’s book, “The One and Only Sparkella,” dedicated to his 6-year-old daughter, Everly. The actor says he’s spent much of quarantine with his daughter finding his ‘inner child.’ The book is centered around a young girl named Ella, who likes sparkly things and gets teased at school for wearing disco ball shoes. But her father teaches her lessons about expressing herself and loving herself.