All posts by Jay Kircher

Bellevue Park is the Perfect Place for a Valentine’s Date

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, many people are wanting to pick a location to take their significant other on a date. Instead of a standard restaurant, I picked out Bellevue Park. Bellevue Park is located just north of downtown Cincinnati and is a perfect place to have a quiet date. It is also hands-down one of the best places to get a view of the amazing Cincinnati Skyline.

China is Infected With a Coronavirus

There is a previously undiscovered virus sweeping across China and has already taken over 200 victims. It all started in a fish market in Wuhan, China, a city with a population of around eleven million people. Thousands of people are being quarantined in China, with the virus already reaching the US. It was found infecting a suburban Seattle man who had just come back from a trip to China. It was also found in California, Arizona, and Chicago. A new development occurred on January 28 where two students tested possibly positive for the Coronavirus at a local University, Miami University.

Hanukkah Traditions

The Holidays are upon us, and while most might be celebrating Christmas, there are quite a few that also celebrate Hanukkah. Hanukkah originated over 2,000 years ago around the same time Christmas began being celebrated. Unlike Christmas, however, it lasts eight days, and children would receive a gift each day. Hanukkah celebrates the Maccabee’s victory over the Syrian army. It also marks a miracle, where a day’s worth of oil allowed the menorah to light up for eight days in the rededicated Temple in Jerusalem. Followers of the Jewish religion also have many traditions celebrated during Hanukkah.

Here’s Why Anti-Vaxxers are Wrong

We’ve all heard about them, but why is this anti-vaccination movement such a big deal? Well, Anti-vaxxers anti-vax because they have lost trust in the government, pharmaceutical companies, and the overall healthcare system. They do not believe the claims and that vaccines do indeed cause long-term problems for their children. In fact, according to the World Health Organization, in the first three months of 2019, cases of measles increased by 300%. They were down to around 100,000 in 2017 worldwide and are now over 120,000 worldwide in just the first three months.