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Evan Rachel Wood Returns to Instagram and Makes an Interesting Admission of Drug Use as a "Child"

On April 24th 2024, Evan Rachel Wood deactivated her Instagram, as previously reported , and remained completely away from the public eye until she reactivated her Instagram account on June 11th 2024, nearly two months later. Whether she did this merely to take a break or not is unknown, though I explored some possible explanations in my previous post. However, it does seem like it is interesting timing that she did return when she did. Here are a few reasons why. First, the day prior to her return, on June 10th, it was widely reported that Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman were returning for a long-awaited Practical Magic sequel, and that Akiva Goldsman, one of the writers behind the original, will pen the screenplay. In the original 1998 film, Evan Rachel Wood plays Kylie Owens, the daughter of Sandra Bullock's character, and it has long been speculated that if there was a sequel, then it would focus on the daughters, especially Evan's character. And if there has been one mo

Mexico Wants To See Marilyn Manson

On February 1st, 2024, Ricardo Gallardo Cardona, Governor of San Luis Potosí, took the following poll on his Facebook page and posted it along with the poster above:

Ahijadxs, who would you like to see at the #Fenapo2024? Tell me in the comments 👇🏻
👍🏼 Mötley Crüe
❤️ Marilyn Manson

The Potosina National Fair, known as La FENAPO, is one of the largest and most important fairs of San Luis Potosí and one of the most important throughout Mexico. Last year this event was internationalized, and the diversification of artists and bands, with free presentations, boosted the growth of regional tourism. Governor Ricardo Gallardo is seeking to repeat this in 2024, by inviting a line up of bands at the Teatro de Pueblo. To see what the people want before he makes his proposals, over the next few weeks he will be conducting polls, the first being a choice of either Motley Crue or Marilyn Manson.

As of February 3rd, the two bands seem to be neck and neck, with about 1400 votes each.