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Ellen Show Ending By: Jessica Nitti

Ellen DeGeneres just announced that the “Ellen DeGeneres Show” will be ending in 2022 after 19 seasons. This came up after the many allegations claiming that the set was a toxic workplace. Last year, three executive producers were ousted after an internal workplace review, Degeneres later released a personal apology to her staff. Despite that, the show has been rapidly declining in viewers, the dropping … Continue reading Ellen Show Ending By: Jessica Nitti

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The Friends Reunion Special By: Jessica Nitti

After months of rumors and anticipation, the Friends reunion of our dreams is going to become a reality. The cast was set to gather for a special on Home Box Office (HBO’s) streaming service, HBO Max, to honor the iconic sitcom’s 25th anniversary. There have been some bumps in the road to production, however, as the entertainment world has been on pause due to the … Continue reading The Friends Reunion Special By: Jessica Nitti

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Ariana Grande Gets Married By: Jessica Nitti

Pop star Ariana Grande has married her fiance Dalton Gomez in a “tiny and intimate” wedding. The 27-year-old American singer tied the knot in front of fewer than 20 people over the weekend, the PA news agency reported. Ms Grande announced in December she was engaged to the Los Angeles estate agent, 25. Their wedding took place at her home in California, according to reports. … Continue reading Ariana Grande Gets Married By: Jessica Nitti

Climeworks to upgrade Icelandic Carbon Capture Facility to help combat Global Warming

(Featured Image provided by climeworks.com) In January, Elon Musk said that whoever could build the best technology for capturing carbon, would receive a prize of $100 million dollars. If you don’t know, carbon capture, as the name suggests, is the process of extracting carbon dioxide directly from the atmosphere, and storing it to reduce the effect of global warming on our planet. Companies like Microsoft … Continue reading Climeworks to upgrade Icelandic Carbon Capture Facility to help combat Global Warming

Bill Placed Against Transgender Athletes from Competing in Scholastic Sports

Being comfortable in your own body is one of the most important factors that should play a role in your life and lifestyle. If you don’t feel comfortable, it’s completely ok to make the change so you are content with your life. Some states are beginning to make this more difficult than it should be. States such as Florida and West Virginia are creating laws … Continue reading Bill Placed Against Transgender Athletes from Competing in Scholastic Sports

DeSantis Lifts Mask Mandates

          In the wake of COVID vaccines being given out to the public some states have lifted almost all mandates. Florida has now added itself to that list being one of the largest states to make this decision.            This decision for any state is very difficult and controversial with their still being many different views on the COVID situation. However DeSantis believes the time of mandates … Continue reading DeSantis Lifts Mask Mandates

Florida Governor signs new law to reduce violent protesting

(Featured Image provided by wlfa.com) Florida’s republican governor Ron Desantis just signed a new law to crack down on violent protests. Although the real name of it is the “Combating Public Disorder Act,” he prefers to call it the “strongest anti-rioting, pro-law enforcement measure in the country.” The law was originally written as a way to combat the death of George Floyd due to Minneapolis … Continue reading Florida Governor signs new law to reduce violent protesting

NFL Draft Round One Recap

The National Football League (NFL) draft is one of the most beloved events by sports fans all around the world. With hundreds of players’ dreams being fulfilled each year during the 3 days of drafting, fans end up either very happy or extremely disappointed from the selection made by their favorite team.           Round 1 of the draft is the most watched and anticipated day as … Continue reading NFL Draft Round One Recap

KWHS Backyard Grand Opening

On April 27th, the conclusion of the infamous Key West High School (KWHS) backyard, an array of sports facilities in the back of the school, was finally recognized for its monumental upgrade from the original facility made in 2004. Christina McPherson, the principal of KWHS, hosted the ribbon cutting ceremony of the new backyard along with Nicolas Gonzalez, the KWHS Student Council president.  Although the … Continue reading KWHS Backyard Grand Opening

Bright Futures Scholarship to be Altered

By Sadie Dodds On May 8, Florida Senate Bill, SB-86, was passed through the Senate and into the House. The Bill includes changes to the Florida scholarship program, Bright Futures. Among other things, the passing of this bill will require several educational boards to approve a list of acceptable majors for students using the scholarship. The basic requirement of acceptable majors will be whether or … Continue reading Bright Futures Scholarship to be Altered