Habits

Fast food is one of the most questioned aspects of the American diet. Most kids eat it at an early age and develop the habit of eating greasy fried foods in their everyday food, but, why is this bad? Well, the ingredients in the food items are honestly almost unexplainable. People have shown that Mcdonald’s chicken nuggets have been observed to not change color after … Continue reading Habits

New Avatar Movie

The highest-grossing film in history is finally getting a sequel after thirteen years. Avatar (2009) earned $2,847,379,794 over the past thirteen years. The movie is debated as one of the best movies of all time due to the CGI (Computer Generated Imagery) of its time. The official trailer of Avatar: The Way of Water officially came out two days ago and has already gotten over … Continue reading New Avatar Movie

Follow up on Swift’s “Taylor’s Version”

In 2019, Scooter Braun, owner of Big Machine Records, took Taylor Swift’s rights to own the master recordings of her songs in all albums published before 2019, Fearless, Speak Now, Red, 1989, and Reputation, excluding her debut album, Taylor Swift.  While releasing her newest albums: Lover (2019), Folklore (2020), and Evermore (2020), Swift has been busy remaking the albums she lost, adding “(Taylor’s Version)” to … Continue reading Follow up on Swift’s “Taylor’s Version”

Leaked Supreme Court Draft Vote Threatens to Overturn Roe V Wade

The United States Supreme Court in Washington DC recently had an opinion vote leaked by the journalism site Politico. The draft vote was over the potential of overturning the landmark 1973 Roe V Wade Supreme Court decision, which had codified the right of Abortion for women in the United States. The case was controversial at the time of the vote, and is still controversial today, … Continue reading Leaked Supreme Court Draft Vote Threatens to Overturn Roe V Wade

Its getting hot in Florida

By: Summer Livengood It’s almost summer, and in the summer Florida gets hot. Temperatures are rising, already growing to an average 90 degrees and some days hotter. In the past couple years the temperature has been rising. These days global warming is an issue. What is global warming you may ask, it happens from greenhouse gasses. Our greenhouse gasses have affected our ecosystem and have … Continue reading Its getting hot in Florida

Miami and the US welcome Formula 1 car racing

                Formula 1 Cars sped up to 200 mph at the new Miami International Autodrome on Mother’s Day. The Autodrome is also known as Hard Rock Stadium. This was probably the biggest event to happen in South Florida, since Super Bowl 54, which occurred before the pandemic. Formula 1 has typically been a sport held in Australia, Monaco, … Continue reading Miami and the US welcome Formula 1 car racing

Vaquita population decreases to only 10.

The Vaquita is the smallest mammal in the world, this species is part of the porpoise family. In recent decades this species had had an estimated 1,000 individuals living, until 1996, when it was classified as critically endangered. And more recently, it has been announced that there are only 10 remaining Vaquitas in the world, and they’re the northern part of the Gulf of California … Continue reading Vaquita population decreases to only 10.

“Bongbong” to win Philippines presidential election

Ferdinand Marcos Jr, better known as “Bongbong” to the Filipinos as well as the son of the late dictator Marcos Sr, is set to win the Philippines’ presidential election according to some unofficial results. 95% of the total votes have been counted so far, and Bongbong had an astonishing lead of about 30 million votes, while his closest rival, the incumbent Vice President Leni Robredo, … Continue reading “Bongbong” to win Philippines presidential election