Joe Biden recently made his first trip to Florida as the Democratic presidential nominee, aiming to gather support from the state’s large and diverse Latino community.
Students leave Changwai Bilingual School in Changzhou on Apr. 13, 2020. [Credit: Theresa Boersma] (CHANGZHOU, China) – While parents and teachers in the U.S. wrestle with another semester of online learning or dive into hybrid schooling experiments, China’s schools have
“The players look up and see empty stands, no cheerleaders, no band. It’s just weird.”
Easy access to human food and trash are drawing bears out of the forest in Vermont. Some bears have entered homes, cars, trash bins, and dumpsters in search of food.
Wildfires burning near Riverside, Calif. are making it hard to breathe.
The COVID-19 pandemic has the majority of the world at a standstill. Factories have stopped operating, air travel has significantly reduced, and fewer cars are on the road. The result, a noticeable reduction in air pollution across the globe. Will
The U.S. dollar bill is believed to show symbols of the Illuminati, such as the pyramid, with the “all-seeing-eye” at the top. Photo: Wikimedia Commons New York – When I saw the request on my Instagram account, I was a
By Christina MacGillivray Faqir Chand Bookstore: Anup Chand’s grandfather opened a bookshop in Peshawar, Pakistan catering to officers of the British Empire. Today, Faqir Chand books continues in Khan Market. Photo by: Christina MacGillivray NEW DELHI – Khan Market is a
Suki Kim at New America’s Future of War Conference by Eric Gibson More than 6,000 miles east of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology resides its North Korean equivalent, Pyongyang University for Science and Technology. Similar to MIT, this college is
Zoe Rayor is the founder and CEO of Crusher Climbing. Photo: Ari Schneider. Moab UT — Zoe Rayor is creative, driven, bright, bold, and unstoppable. Her business, “Crusher Climbing,” is a clear reflection of those characteristics. Rayor, 29, is non-binary,
Homelessness has become the most urgent issue in Los Angeles. Authorities expressed concerns on how to address the problem, especially when the city entered into the raining season with freezy temperatures. But does it solve the problem? Homeless residents in Temple City now speak out, which draws the public’s attention on gathering together to help.
For 60 years, America’s favorite pastime forged an unlikely relationship linking the tiny town of Vero Beach and the glamorous celebrity-filled spotlight of the Brooklyn and later the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team.
Saratoga Springs, New York and the Saratoga Race Course are inextricably linked, and have established the identity of the city. Track season, which begins in July and ends in August, is a way of life in Saratoga. It attracts more than a million visitors annually, and is enough to sustain excitement and the local economy year-round. It doesn’t seem feasible that one could survive without the other, yet during a time of increased call to activism, there does seem to be a shelf life on horse racing.
It has been three months since Hurricane Dorian, a Category 5 storm, destroyed parts of The Bahamas’ northernmost islands, Abaco (and its cays) and eastern Grand Bahama.
Drag is flourishing as a new tourism staple in Key West, Florida. The widespread allure of drag queens has brought new audiences, but it’s also come with a shift in culture to this small town’s legendary drag scene.
When Esplanade Gardens was built 52 years ago, African Americans felt like they finally got a piece of the pie – ownership in where they lived and a community of neighbors that felt more like family. Today, those same residents struggle with the changes that have taken place around them – new management, a different generation, and gentrification. Will “The Jewel of Harlem” ever be the same?
Some are drawn to New Orleans for its local cuisine, simply to try hearty dishes like seafood gumbo or po’ boy sandwiches. Some visit to take a steamboat ride along the Mississippi River to enjoy the city’s architectural history, nature and beauty in a single cruise. New Orleans is also world-famous for its street performance culture, and one of the hotspots of this music capital is Frenchmen Street. However, a 911 call over the summer shed light on the turbulence between a band and a small business owner, shaking the peaceful coexistence of the street.
“If I say, “I’m from Brentwood,’ I get a negative connotation. Sometimes I like to play it off and say, ‘Yea, I’m from the hood.’”
Lambertville, NJ was once known as a small, blue-collar rivertown built on industry which changed face over time becoming an arts haven attracting a creative community with notable paintings praised around the world.
Adriana Teresa Letorney is a journalist and entrepreneur. She is the co-founder & CEO of FV Inc– a design and tech media company that powers Visura.co & Visura Pro. She is also the co-founder of the Scout Film Festival, a
Bria Davis is a New Jersey-based journalist and reporter for The Click. Born in New Jersey, she was tired of the cold so moved to Florida, but after the culture shock moved back to Jersey. She received her Bachelor’s from
Katherina Nguyen is a multimedia, data-driven storyteller and design technologist interested in uncovering the interconnected narratives that shape our society, systems, and daily lives in an era where new and old traditions rapidly collide. As a first generation Vietnamese-American immigrant,