Hector Laguna

Hector Laguna

Bio: Hector Laguna is a University of Florida graduate with a degree in journalism. Growing up playing in punk bands and skateboarding in Bolivia, he became interested in the creative process for multiple media forms. He also worked as a line cook for a few restaurants during his college years in Gainesville, Florida. He likes spending his free time going to rock n’ roll shows, reading, and watching 80s B-movies. He would love to go to Barcelona one day to skate all their spots and eat all their food.

Anthony Sant’Anselmo Hits “Rewind” And Takes Us Back In Time With His Basement Video Store!

Anthony Sant’Anselmo remembers with fondness the days that he used to ride his bicycle to local video stores in the San Fernando Valley. While he gawked with wide eyes at the VHS artwork displayed on the shelves, he would fantasize with his friends about how cool it would be to have access to such a wide movie selection from the convenience of their homes.

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Al Jean Says That The Simpsons Movie 2 Is Possible

Another movie based on Springfield’s most famous animated family is still in development. NME published an article last week that features The Simpsons executive producer and showrunner, Al Jean, saying that another movie based on the dysfunctional family could still happen.

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Dollar Tree Raises Prices After 35 Years

Dollar Tree will no longer live up to its name. The discount chain announced on Tuesday that they are raising their prices for good from a dollar to $1.25 for the majority of its products.

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LeBron James’ First Suspension

LeBron James was suspended for a game without pay for the first time in his 19-year career. The NBA announced on Monday that the Los Angeles Lakers superstar’s first suspension was the result of an altercation he had with the Detroit Pistons center Isaiah Stewart during a match on Sunday.

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NASA’s First Planetary Defense Mission

NASA is about to test whether it is possible to change an asteroid’s trajectory to prevent it from striking Earth. The Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) is the $325 million mission that is scheduled to launch Wednesday at 1:21 a.m. ET from the Vandenberg Space Force Base in California.

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Brett Morgen Will Soon Release A Film About David Bowie

The widely renowned film director who was behind the Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck documentary is finalizing a top-secret David Bowie project. Sources close to the director, Brett Morgen, told Variety reporters that the project is based on thousands of hours of rare, mostly uncirculated, footage of Bowie’s performances.

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95% Of Federal Workers Complied With Biden’s Vaccine Mandate

A recent report on the Politico website states that around 95 percent of the 3.5 million federal workers have complied with president Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate. The Biden administration was requiring federal workers to be fully vaccinated by today (Nov. 22), but a senior administration official said that those who are in the process of getting vaccinated or requesting an exemption are considered as “in compliance” with the mandate.

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Soccer Match Abandoned After French Midfielder Gets Hit By Water Bottle

A Ligue 1 match between Lyon and Marseille was brought to a halt on Sunday night after a water bottle thrown a home fan struck Dimitri Payet’s head.

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Afghan Women Soccer Players Relocate To The UK

Afghan women soccer players and their families were flown from Pakistan to Britain on Thursday with help from Kim Kardashian, a UK soccer club and a New York rabbi. 

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Photographer Mick Rock Dies At 72

The legendary photographer who is best known for documenting the 1970s glam rock scene has passed away at the age of 72.

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Ridley Scott Thinks Superhero Movies are “Boring As Sh*t”

Ridley Scott is responsible for bringing us some classic action-packed films but don’t expect him to collaborate with the Marvel franchise any time soon.

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QAnon Shaman Sentenced To 41 Months In Prison

The “QAnon Shaman” who became one of the most recognizable figures from the January 6 Capitol riot was sentenced to 41 months in prison.

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