The 2016 Presidential Election took the media by storm this week. In case you missed it, here are 5 other things that happened this week:
Pulse Nightclub, Bought By Orlando, Will Now Be A Memorial – via Refinery 29
The city of Orlando bought Pulse Nightclub, the site of the deadliest mass shooting in US history in June, for $2.25 million and will turn it into a memorial.
Paralyzed Monkeys Regain Control Of Their Legs After Brain Implants – via CNN
Through the use of a new form of brain implant, researchers in Switzerland were able to restore movement in the legs of two paralyzed rhesus macaques within two weeks of them being injured; one regained mobility after just six days.
Janet Reno, First Woman To Serve As U.S. Attorney General, Dies At 78 – via The New York Times
Her cause of death, according to her sister Margaret Hurchalla, was complications of Parkinson’s disease.
Get A First Look At The 94-Foot Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree – via TODAY
TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer heads to Oneonta, New York, to visit the family contributing their 14-ton Norway spruce to Rockefeller Center as the holiday centerpiece of the plaza, an annual New York City tradition.
Blac Chyna Welcomes A Baby Girl With Fiancé Rob Kardashian – via POPSUGAR
Quite possibly the most anticipated celebrity birth of the year, Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian welcomed a baby girl named Dream Renee Kardashian into the world on Nov. 10.
Happy Friday from this PR agency, and cheers to post-election pitching!