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.

Kanye West Under Investigation for Alleged Criminal Battery

Ye, the artist formally known as Kanye West, has been named as a suspect in a battery report taken by Los Angeles Police Department’s Newton Division early on Thursday morning, TMZ reports. The investigation stems from an incident that went down in which the rapper allegedly punched a fan in downtown Los Angeles at around 3 a.m., TMZ also says. According to Fox 11, a fan told police he approached Ye to ask for an autograph when the rapper allegedly “jumped out of his car” and “punched him, knocking him to the ground.”

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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.

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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 …

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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.

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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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Omicron Leaves Many Broadway Theaters Dark this Winter

Though this winter was supposed to be the grand reopening for many Broadway shows after being closed due to COVID-19, it seems that the more virulent omicron variant is forcing many theaters to have to cancel shows or close their doors once again. This is due to the live theater community having to deal with many backstage outbreaks of COVID.Many shows have canceled performances or shut down through Christmas, but other shows were given a bleaker fate: closing for good.

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White House to Distribute Funds to Cover Winter Heating Bills

The Biden administration is distributing an additional $4.5 billion in funds to help low-income Americans cover heating costs during a second pandemic winter, AP News reports. According to a state-by-state breakdown that was released on Friday, cold-weather states will be receiving the largest share.

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Evan Fournier Has Huge Game, Drops 41 as Knicks Beat Celtics

There was pandemonium in Madison Square Garden last night as the New York Knicks hosted the Boston Celtics Thursday night. It was a rollercoaster of a game, with the Knicks trailing by as much as 28 points at one point. Despite this, the team rallied to a comeback victory that was capped off with an amazing game-winning buzzer-beating from RJ Barrett that set the Garden crowd ablaze.

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Groundbreaking Icon and Legendary Actor, Sidney Poitier, Dies at 94

Hollywood, and the world as a whole, has lost one of the most impactful actors to ever grace the silver screen as groundbreaking actor, Sidney Poitier, has died at 94. Poitier was the first Black person to ever win an Academy Award for best actor. He transformed how Black people were portrayed on screen, and greatly shifted the film industry and the world. Poitier is an inspiration for not just Black actors, but for all actors who strive for something more in the industry.

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Why We Have to Stop Equating Album Sales to Quality

In the few years I’ve been on this earth there are some things that will always get on my nerves. One of these things, and the topic of this article, is the idea that an album selling a high amount must mean that the album is objectively good. I’ve heard plenty of times before, if go into the comment section of a post that is asking if a certain Drake album is better than another rapper’s, you’ll see a legion of Drake fans saying he sold more so ofc Drake’s is better. I’m here to say that line of thinking is completely wrong.

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Novak Djokovic Held in Airport Alone Over Visa Row

Novak Djokovic’s hopes of competing for his 21st grand slam singles title at the Australian Open this month is in danger of being crushed as he was held at an airport amid outcry over his controversial “medical exemption” from getting vaccinated agreed by the tournament’s organizers. The world No. 1 and reigning Australian Open champion was held up at passport control at Tullamarine airport in Melbourne, the host city of the tournament, for several hours late at night as he was questioned.

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US and Germany Russia Poses Urgent Challenge to Stability

In the latest development in the ongoing Ukraine saga, the United States and Germany said on Wednesday that Russia’s military buildup near Ukraine’s border poses an “immediate and urgent challenge” to European security and that any intervention will draw severe consequences. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock presented a unified front on Russia after a meeting in Washington.

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