Day: August 18, 2021

Fashion Sense is Out; Confidence is In

Fashion Sense is Out; Confidence is In

Knock knock, hey fashion sense it’s confidence make some room. When talking about if a person knows how to dress well, the term ‘fashion sense’ is frequently brought up. The knowledge of what colors and shades look good together, the cuts and shapes of garments, and which styles compliment the other contribute to what is […]

Do Athletes Get a Pass in the US Justice System?

Do Athletes Get a Pass in the US Justice System?

Felipe Vázquez, nicknamed the ‘Nightmare,’ is a former Venezuelan professional baseball pitcher who played for the Washington Nationals and the Pittsburg Pirates. He was an All-star in 2018 and then again in 2019. Despite his successful baseball career, Vázquez was placed on the restricted lists for both of his former teams due to inappropriate behavior off the field.

Why You Should Try Sushi

Why You Should Try Sushi

feel as if there are two types of people in this world; the enlightened people who enjoy sushi, and the misguided who do not or just haven’t had the chance to enlighten themselves yet. Before this year, I was a part of the group of those who had not yet been enlightened by the sublime taste of sushi. All that changed when I had tried sushi for the first time earlier this year. I saw the light; my eyes were opened to a whole new world of flavor.

Democrat Morgan Harper Enters Ohio’s Senate Race to Challenge For The Senate Seat

Democrat Morgan Harper Enters Ohio’s Senate Race to Challenge For The Senate Seat

Morgan Harper, 38, a consumer protection attorney and community organizer born and raised in Ohio, entered the Ohio senate race challenging republican Tim Ryan for the seat on Wednesday. She brings a progressive approach to an environment dominated by republicans.

Jacksonville Jaguars Waive Tim Tebow, Possibly Putting an End to His Career

Jacksonville Jaguars Waive Tim Tebow, Possibly Putting an End to His Career

It’s been a bit of a long and rocky road for Tim Tebow, but things were looking up for a moment when it was announced that he had signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars to be a tight end, instead of his usual position of a quarterback to rejuvenate his career. Unfortunately though, the Jaguars waived Tebow on Tuesday ending his comeback hopes and, most likely, his pro football career. 

Despite Biden’s Assurances, US Intelligence Had Warned of Afghan Military Collapse

Despite Biden’s Assurances, US Intelligence Had Warned of Afghan Military Collapse

While the president was assuring the public that Kabul was unlikely to fall, intelligence assessments were telling a different story. According to The New York Times, classified assessments from American spy agencies over the summer showed a very grim picture of the prospect of a Taliban takeover of Afghanistan and warned of the rapid collapse of the Afghan military, even while President Biden and his team were telling the public that it was unlikely to happen, former and current government officials say.

Another Wildfire is Rapidly Spreading Through California, Prompting Thousands to Evacuate

Another Wildfire is Rapidly Spreading Through California, Prompting Thousands to Evacuate

On Tuesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency for El Dorado County, California, due to a wildfire that ignited over the weekend in Northern California, ravaging Grizzly Flats, a forest community of around 12,000 people. The Caldor fire tripled in size within a day and almost leveled a small town, says officials.

Why “The Devil Wears Prada” is Such A Classic

Why “The Devil Wears Prada” is Such A Classic

The Devil Wears Prada just celebrated its 15-anniversary last month with the cast and crew reunited to discuss the making of the comedy-drama. The film directed by David Frankel and starring Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, Emily Blunt, and Stanley Tucci has become a classic comedy and pop culture phenomenon (and one of the most quotable movies of all time).

Covid-19 Booster Shots Available for All Americans Starting 9/20

Covid-19 Booster Shots Available for All Americans Starting 9/20

U.S. health officials and medical experts have announced on Wednesday that booster doses of COVID-19 will be offered starting as soon as Sept. 20. The news came after cases of the COVID, and Delta variant have been increasing all over the country over the past few weeks.

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