February 1, 2023
Opinion: Can Journalists Use Illegally Hacked Data?
(BE’ER SHEVA, Israel) — Logging onto the website Distributed Denial of Secrets (DDOS), my eyes were drawn to the only […]
January 13, 2023
The Wisdom of the Cat: Rehab According to the Pre-Domesticated Feline
(REDMOND, Wash.) — At the far end of an unremarkable strip mall in downtown Redmond, Wash., past an Irish pub, […]
December 19, 2022
Los Angeles City Council To Phase Out Oil Drilling
The Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted to ban the drilling of new oil and gas wells and will eventually shut down production of the drills currently in use. This ban comes after county residents in marginalized communities surrounding the area voiced concerns about the effects of oil drilling on their health. Activist groups and advocates for a healthier environment like Stand-LA, an acronym for Stand Together Against Neighborhood Drilling, and Black Women for Wellness, a Stand-LA coalition member, have led the charge.
December 13, 2022
The Queen Mary, A Historic Landmark Barely Holds On
(LOS ANGELES, Calif.) — Docked in the port of Long Beach, the historic RMS Queen Mary floats like a ghost […]
December 8, 2022
First New York Afro-Latina-Owned Independent Cinema Announces Expansion
In the neighborhood of Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York, sits a single-theater cinema founded by film producer Emelyn Stewart. After going […]