Trending today: Peaches Geldof; Colorado Symphony to play 'pot-friendly' shows
The Colorado Symphony Orchestra is hosting a summer concert series that's BYOC-bring your own cannabis. (Photo: Flickr/Brett Levin)
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Peaches Geldof reportedly died of heroin overdose
The Times of London is reporting that Peaches Geldof died of a heroine overdose.
Geldof was the daughter of Irish musician and Live Aid organizer Bob Geldof and TV presenter Paula Yates. She was found dead on April 7 at her home southeast of London. Geldof was 25-years-old and the mother of two children.
The news comes as a tragic echo of her own mother, who died from an accidental heroin overdose in 2000 at age 41.
Heroin incidents continue to grow exponentially in the Tri-State area, with the number of overdoses, rates of Hepatitis C and babies in withdrawal on the rise.
The fundraising concerts are called "Classically Cannabis: The High Note Series." The state's only full-time professional orchestra hopes the show will boost its audience as it struggles with dwindling attendance and shrinking budgets.
The event is BYOC-bring your own cannabis.
It's all legal, since it's a private event-requiring a ticket. Tickets went on sale Wednesday for the concerts in May, July and August.
Teen accepted into all 8 Ivy League schools picks Yale
The New York high school student who's story was shared all over social media for getting accepted to all eight Ivy League schools has decided where he wants to go.
Kwasi Enin, 17, announced Wednesday he plans to enroll at Yale. Enin staged a news conference at his high school's gym. He said Yale was "friendly and inviting" and he appreciated the school's "love for music and medicine."
Along with being a top scholar, Enin is also an athlete, sings and plays three instruments.
He plans to study medicine.
Mean Mower: The world's fastest lawnmower
Cutting the lawn is a time-consuming chore, especially if you have a big yard. Honda has a super-charged grass trimmer that could cut the time in half.
The Mean Mower is a high-performance garden vehicle has set a new world record for fastest lawnmower, after clocking at an incredible 116 miles per hour.
It can go from 0-60 in just four seconds.
Despite all this impressive power, it can still cut grass at up to 15 miles per hour, thanks to two electric motors.