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Lyft launches ‘trending destinations’ feature for aimless (and adventurous) riders

It’s Friday night, you’re ready to hit the town, but you don’t know where to go. Lyft wants to help with that, in a fun, albeit “joiner-y” kind of way.
On Friday, Lyft rolled out a new feature to Android users in Los Angeles and San Francisco called Trending Destinations. The point of the new feature is to help users “explore” their city.
When Lyft riders open the app to begin a ride, Lyft asks where they are going. Now, under the bar where you input your destination, there will be an option to click to see “Trending Destinations,” or popular drop-off spots for other riders nearby. Lyft calls these places “points of interest” and they include bars, restaurants, music venues, and street fairs. Read more…More about Lyft, Ride Hailing Apps, New Features, Tech, and Transportation

Kanye West talks God and faith in ‘Jesus is King’ concert doc trailer

“We’re here to spread the gospel. I’m not here for your entertainment.”
In the first trailer for Jesus is King, a concert documentary accompanying the release of Kanye West’s album of the same name, the rapper reflects on spirituality and his relationship to God. Directed by Nick Knight, Jesus is King will offer audiences a look at West’s famed Sunday Service, and feature 13 gospel songs and tracks from West’s new album. 
Speaking with Elle earlier in 2019, Kim Kardashian West said of the services, “Everyone that comes understands it’s just a really healing experience with an amazing choir, and amazing messages about love to start off your week.” Read more…More about Kanye West, Trailer, Jesus Is King, Entertainment, and Music