A new year means a slew of new thrills at the movies, and 2023 is shaping up to be a good one for horror fans. We’ll see the return of a few beloved franchises as well as the introduction of original properties that’ll be sure to leave you looking over your shoulder. Here are five of the most anticipated horror movies releasing this year, so don’t miss them!
Day: January 10, 2023
Most Anticipated Books of 2023
With the start of the new year, there are so many new books being anticipated by book lovers. This year features much talked about political movements, such as the issues with gun violence and inflation, as well as new releases from best-selling authors Jenny Odell, Margaret Atwood, and Eleanor Catton.
How the TikTok Algorithm can Help Independent Artists
TikTok is one of today’s most popular social media apps, and new artists are finding in it a more organic way to promote their art while also growing their fanbase. Because TikTok provides a constant flow and slightly addictive flow of content, younger artists are turning to it to build their highly successful small businesses.
Cardinals Fire Coach Kliff Kingsbury, GM Steve Keim Steps Aside
With the regular season now over, the Arizona Cardinals and owner Michael Bidwill have fired head coach Kliff Kingsbury just 10 months into his newly-extended multi-year contract, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rappaport. He served four seasons as head coach, finishing the latest season with a season score of 4-13. The team also announced that General Manager Steve Keim, who has been on health-related leave since last month, has decided to step away from his position in the meantime in order to focus on his health.
Justice Department is Examining ‘Small Number’ of Classified Documents Found at Biden Think Tank
A “small number of documents” with classified markings that appear to be from the Obama administration were found at a think tank in Washington tied to President Joe Biden and are under review by the Justice Department and the National Archives, a White House lawyer said Monday. The documents were discovered in a locked closet by Biden’s attorneys days before the midterm elections as they prepared to vacate office space at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, Richard Sauber, special counsel to the president, said in a statement.
Nurses Extend Strike to Second Day in New York City Hospitals
Over 7,000 nurses at two hospitals in New York City went on strike early Monday morning demanding better working conditions and more staffing. The strike began at 6 a.m. after nurses at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx and Mount Sinai Hospital in Harlem failed to come to an agreement with hospital administration during a bargaining session Sunday night.
How Sad Girls Club’s Founder, Elyse Fox, is Redefining Wellness for Women of Color
Today, seven years later, the Sad Girls Club Instagram page is home to 256K followers and counting and is one of the most popular wellness platforms for women, girls, and femmes of color. Since its founding in 2017, Sad Girls Club has helped its audience access mental health resources and safe spaces, which have been especially valuable during the COVID-19 outbreak. As part of the Remedy program, Sad Girls Club gives free mental health therapy to members of their community who cannot afford it. As well as providing mental health professionals who look like them, they are also creating a platform for their communities to connect with each other. Sad Girls Club creates access for women of color in the wellness space, and Fox discusses how other platforms can do the same.
Luis Castillo’s The Lucky Baseball Review: A Must-Read Children’s Book about Pursuing your Dreams with Perseverance and Dedication
“The Lucky Baseball,” written by one of the New York Yankees’ most beloved former batboys Luis Castillo, follows a lonely baseball who wants to be a part of all the fun and comradery that America’s favorite pastime has to offer. After being left on the side of the field to watch all the neighborhood kids […]
House Republicans Pass New Rules Package
After a historical 15 rounds of voting and conceding to the House’s right-wing hardliners, newly-elected House Speaker McCarthy and his allies managed to secure enough votes to pass a new rules package for the 118th Congress on Monday. The rules were approved on a 220-213 mostly party-line vote. One Republican, Rep. Tony Gonzales of Texas, joined all 212 Democrats in voting against the measure for its cuts in defense spending.