Malachi Mitchell

Malachi Mitchell

Bio: Malachi Mitchell is a recent graduate from Binghamton University with a degree in English with a concentration in Creative Writing. He has a passion for writing and creating things that inspire him and others. Malachi was born and raised in Queens, NYC and has deep pride for his city that he loves so much. He loves music, movies, television, basketball and analyzing all of them. He is growing a brand of his own and plans to become a visionary creative that the world has not seen yet.

Is the Overabundance of Superhero Movies Really That Bad?

Too much of any good thing is a bad thing. I am a firm believer of this sentiment and right now, saying that there are a lot of comic book superhero films coming out is an understatement at this point. In a year where theaters weren’t even widely open until around March, we’ve had two big comic book films in Black Widow and the fantastic Suicide Squad that came out this month, and we still have four more movies coming out throughout the rest of the year; not to mention the Snyder cut of Justice League that was released exclusively on HBO Max as well.

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Sha’Carri Richardson Finishes Last in Her Return From Substance Ban

Sha’Carri Richardson’s return to the track was not triumphant as she and many fans of her had hoped, but she still showed resilience despite of it. 

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Kathy Hochul to Takeover as Governor of New York at Midnight

The end draws near for Andrew Cuomo decade as New York’s governor, as he prepares to relinquish his power to Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul at midnight. The power transfer will take place at midnight signaling the end of an era and the dawn of a new one.

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The Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine is Now FDA Approved

On Monday, the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine became the first Covid vaccine to get approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The vaccine will now be marketed as Comirnaty and will be available for individuals 16 years of age and older, while still being available under emergency use authorization for people 12 years of age through 15. 

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LeBron Has a Right to Be Upset About Getting Zero Votes for Best Player

Everybody has an opinion about LeBron, and often, that opinion is skewed in one way, or the other, based off something irrational. Whether it’s sports analyst like Skip Bayless who make it his mission to critique LeBron any chance he gets, even if LeBron is winning; or it’s Fox News anchors telling him to shut up and dribble, there’s always something that someone has to say about the superstar.

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The Battle Between GOP Governors and School Districts Over Mask Mandates in Hot Spot States

As students are going back to class while the pandemic is still raging on, students in Florida, Texas and Arizona are now required to wear masks in class as school boards in Democratic areas went against their Republican governors and made face coverings mandatory.

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Britney Spears Under Investigation Over Alleged Dispute With Employee

After what felt like things were taking a turn for the better in her case, Britney Spears is now under investigation for misdemeanor battery after a member of her home staff alleges that Spears had struck her, authorities said on Thursday. The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office says the reports taken by deputies will be handed to prosecutors for consideration.

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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.

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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. 

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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.

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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.

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Boldy James Drops Great New Album Bo Jackson with The Alchemist

Anyone who has been paying attention to the burgeoning scene of the underground street rap lately should be aware of Boldy James. Whether you knew him from being the first signee of Mass Appeal, or as a Griselda Records affiliate, James is a certified lyricist, with a voice and delivery that makes him recognizable on any track he’s on. This weekend he dropped his latest album, Bo Jackson, with producer The Alchemist and it did not disappoint.

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