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  • True Vie Launches their Latest Collection: 'The New Normal'
    Lifestyle

    True Vie Launches their Latest Collection: 'The New Normal'

    True Vie launches their latest campaign “The New Normal,” which is fitting to the current times of the coronavirus pandemic.
    By Sabrina Saranna
  • BleuLife Honors NBNA Nurses through the RETHINK and Re:SET Initiatives
    Lifestyle

    BleuLife Honors NBNA Nurses through the RETHINK and Re:SET Initiatives

    We honor those fighting on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic. Get to know some NBNA nurses and read their inspirational messages.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • 2020: A Year Engraved in American Sports History
    Lifestyle

    2020: A Year Engraved in American Sports History

    While today’s sports look a lot different from what they did earlier in 2020, they are a testament to our will to keep pushing forward.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • What Would an RV Vacation Look Like?
    Lifestyle

    What Would an RV Vacation Look Like?

    Travel will not return to normal for a while. But the RV could provide a type of pre-pandemic vacation with limited connection to others.
    By Elysia Tanswell
  • Keeping Your Thanksgiving COVID-Friendly
    Culture

    Keeping Your Thanksgiving COVID-Friendly

    A COVID-friendly Thanksgiving does not have to be any less fun than a normal one. Here are ways you can mitigate your risk of infection.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • US Stocks Surge After Moderna Reports COVID-19 Vaccine Results
    Lifestyle

    US Stocks Surge After Moderna Reports COVID-19 Vaccine Results

    After Moderna announced their promising early data in their quest for a COVID-19 vaccine, both the Dow and S&P 500 surged to record highs.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Joe Biden Reveals His COVID-19 Task Force
    Lifestyle

    Joe Biden Reveals His COVID-19 Task Force

    Although Biden will not take office until January, the president elect is already preparing his Covid response by assembling a task force.
    By Elysia Tanswell
  • 2020-2021 NBA Season to Start on December 22
    Lifestyle

    2020-2021 NBA Season to Start on December 22

    The NBPA is expected to take a vote of team player representatives on the league’s proposal of a 72-game season tipping off on December 22nd.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Concerts Likely Won't Come Back Until 2021
    Culture

    Concerts Likely Won't Come Back Until 2021

    Some venues have opted for socially distanced audiences, many music fans are wondering when traditional, live concerts will make its comeback.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Newark, NJ Announces Strict COVID Shutdowns
    Lifestyle

    Newark, NJ Announces Strict COVID Shutdowns

    Newark, New Jersey will be going under lockdown amid coronavirus case spikes. The city has seen positive rates rise to 11 percent
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Sen. Mitch McConnell Proposes $500 Billion Stimulus Plan
    Culture

    Sen. Mitch McConnell Proposes $500 Billion Stimulus Plan

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have been failing to reach an agreement on a coronavirus package.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • V.A Gov. Ralph Northam also Targeted in 'Militia' Kidnapping Plot
    Culture

    V.A Gov. Ralph Northam also Targeted in 'Militia' Kidnapping Plot

    The five suspects charged with plotting to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer also had plans to kidnap Virginia’s Gov., Ralph Northam.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • DeBlasio Announces Shutdowns in New York City ZIP Codes
    Lifestyle

    DeBlasio Announces Shutdowns in New York City ZIP Codes

    New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that he will be enforcing restrictions on specific ZIP codes where coronavirus rates are spiking.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Is It OK to Laugh that Trump got COVID?
    Culture

    Is It OK to Laugh that Trump got COVID?

    Is it ok to be glad that Donald Trump has been diagnosed with Covid-19? What does it mean to be "civil" to those in power?
    By Elysia Tanswell
  • Joseph Rovegno is Exhibiting 'Between Madness' in Manhattan
    Culture

    Joseph Rovegno is Exhibiting 'Between Madness' in Manhattan

    Joseph Rovegno, a photographer known for his eye-catching black and white imagery, is currently exhibiting his newest series Between Madness.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • World

    When can our Children Safely Return to School?

    Many school districts across the country have recently reopened their doors to children, causing controversy over whether or not it is time to open schools.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • The Countdown to the NBA's Return Season: What to Expect
    Sports

    The Countdown to the NBA's Return Season: What to Expect

    Finally, after a four-month hiatus, the NBA regular season officially kicks off on July 30th. Get ready for a season unlike any before.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Miami Marlins Press Pause After COVID-19 Outbreak
    Sports

    Miami Marlins Press Pause After COVID-19 Outbreak

    Five days was all it took for complications to arise. Not even a week after Opening Day, 17 members of the Miami Marlins have tested positive for COVID-19.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Should This NBA Season Go Down as an “Asterisk Year”?
    Sports

    Should This NBA Season Go Down as an “Asterisk Year”?

    Should this year’s champion be embraced as every other champion was, or should this NBA season forever have an asterisk beside it?
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • The NBA Remains Divided on a Long Awaited Return
    Sports

    The NBA Remains Divided on a Long Awaited Return

    As we creep closer to the official return of the NBA, the league continues to divide on whether they’d like to return or not.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • How Hotels Will Change After Coronavirus?
    Lifestyle

    How Hotels Will Change After Coronavirus?

    Lockdown measures are slowly starting to ease, meaning non-essential travel is on the horizon. But hotels won't exactly go back to normal.
    By Elysia Tanswell
  • Class of 2020 Welcomes its Newest Member: Quavo
    Music

    Class of 2020 Welcomes its Newest Member: Quavo

    Last week, Quavo announced that he has used this quarantine to graduate high school and officially become a member of the class of 2020.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • A Harsh Reality: Sports Will Return With No Fans
    Sports

    A Harsh Reality: Sports Will Return With No Fans

    As the country gears up for a gradual reopening, only one question remains on the minds of sports fanatics worldwide. When will professional sports resume?
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • 10 Ways to Boost Your Mental Health During a Pandemic
    Health And Fitness

    10 Ways to Boost Your Mental Health During a Pandemic

    Your physical and mental health must work in unison for you to thrive during this quarantine. Here are some ways you can nurture your mental state.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Shy Glizzy on his Upcoming Project and Giving Back to His City
    Music

    Shy Glizzy on his Upcoming Project and Giving Back to His City

    As he gears up for the release of Young Jefe 3, Shy Glizzy finds himself as poised as ever and ready to pour back into his community in more ways than one.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Starbucks Set To Open 90% Of Stores By June
    Business

    Starbucks Set To Open 90% Of Stores By June

    Coffee chain Starbucks is set to reopen 90% of its store by June 1st.Executives announced plans to begin reopening stores on Tuesday
    By Elysia Tanswell
  • Cannabis Companies are Stepping Up Against COVID-19
    Business

    Cannabis Companies are Stepping Up Against COVID-19

    Cannabis companies deemed essenial business have been able to give back and do their part to help during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Sound Royalties is Offering Artists No-Fee Royalty Advances
    Music

    Sound Royalties is Offering Artists No-Fee Royalty Advances

    Sound Royalties, LLC has created a $2 million fund to give advances to musicians, producers, and independent labels with zero fees or costs.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • The #Donate1post Campaign Works to Support Small Businesses
    Business

    The #Donate1post Campaign Works to Support Small Businesses

    Social media influencers and public figures have begun doing their part to help small businesses struggling to stay afloat.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Three Squared is aiding the Hospital Room Shortages
    Health And Fitness

    Three Squared is aiding the Hospital Room Shortages

    Three Squared designed two custom-outfitted mobile shipping container units for housing multiple hospital beds for patients and attending medical staff.
    By Merilee Kern
  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): Here are the Facts
    Health And Fitness

    Coronavirus (COVID-19): Here are the Facts

    Amidst all the panic, it can become rather difficult to find reliable information and determine the truth about COVID-19.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • The Fate of Festival Season amid Coronavirus Cancellations
    Entertainment

    The Fate of Festival Season amid Coronavirus Cancellations

    With numerous U.S festival season shows being abruptly canceled or rescheduled foreshadows a soon-to-be domino effect of festival cancellations.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Coronavirus Takes its Toll on the Sports World
    Sports

    Coronavirus Takes its Toll on the Sports World

    As coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads, panic spreads even more rapidly causing markets and economies worldwide to brace themselves for a major hit.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
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