Day: January 12, 2022

Gunna Ends His Series With a High Note on DS4EVER

Gunna Ends His Series With a High Note on DS4EVER

Listening to Gunna is an experience that not everyone will love. His syrupy, smooth, melodic on often hypnotic, or futuristic beats can make a listener feel as if they’re levitating, while some might find it lacking in substance. However, for those that do enjoy Gunna’s music, he has delivered once again with one of, if not, his strongest projects with DS4EVER. The fourth and final installment of the rapper’s Drip Season series of projects, Gunna made sure to go out with a bang for this album.

Giants Fire Joe Judge as Coach After Another Awful Season

Giants Fire Joe Judge as Coach After Another Awful Season

It’s been a while since I last wrote about the New York Giants, and that was for good reason. The reason of course was because the Giants suck and there wasn’t much more to say about them this season. However, Giants fans finally have something to celebrate as the team has finally fired coach Joe […]

Maya Angelou Becomes First Black Woman to Appear on US Quarter, Treasury Begins Distribution

Maya Angelou Becomes First Black Woman to Appear on US Quarter, Treasury Begins Distribution

On Monday a new US quarter featuring legendary poet and activist, the late Maya Angelou, went into circulation, the US Mint announced. This makes Angelou the first Black woman to ever appear on the coin. The Maya Angelou quarter is the first in the American Women Quarters Program, which will include coins that feature prominent women in American history. In a release on Monday, the Mint said that other quarters in the series will begin rolling out later this year and through 2025.

US Inflation Jumped 7% in The Past Year, The Most in 40 Years

US Inflation Jumped 7% in The Past Year, The Most in 40 Years

Inflation has risen at its fastest pace in nearly 40 years last month, up 7 percent from a year earlier, reports AP News. As a result, household expenses have gone up, which is eating into wage gains and putting pressure on President Biden and the Federal Reserve to address what is a growing threat to the economy. It has been no secret that prices have been rising sharply for cars, gas, food, and furniture during a rapid recovery from the pandemic recession.

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