Notre Dame Cathedral of Paris begun construction in 1163 and is the most visited monument in all of France. Nearly 12 million natives and visitors walk through the church each year. From the stong gargolyles to the stained glass Notre is one of the truly great architectual masterpieces in the world. A literal and figurative center of the city, Notre Dame’s significance and maning for the city of Paris and the world is immeasurable. Continue reading Notre Dame Cathedral Catches Fire
The Reds have been on a steady decline since their win against the Pirates on Opening Day and this past series didn’t go any better. The Reds have suffered many shutout games already and the last series with the Pirates was no different. Their last game on Sunday started out with alot of hope until the top of the fourth came around. Continue reading Reds Losing Streak
The start of the 2019 Reds season mark’s many notable events. The first being that this year is the 150th season for the Reds, and for major league baseball, dating back to 1869. To commemorate a century in a half of Reds and major league baseball history in just about six months won’t be easy. Owner Bob Castellini has planned many things but the most notable will be the 15 retro uniforms the team will don throughout the season. From the Red Stockings days, to the Redlegs era and all the way up to present day uniforms the Reds will certainly be the best dressed team this year. Continue reading Opening Day
Last week President Trump declared a national emergency on the southern border to insure that he would get the billions of dollars in funding needed for his long awaited border wall. This Friday, House Democrats will initiate action to try and block the emergency declaration. They believe that the declaration is an overreach of the President’s power, and it the national emergency should be cancelled.
The most watched event of the year was this past Sunday as the New England Patriots faced off against the Los Angeles Rams in the Super Bowl in Atlanta, GA. The game kicked off at 6:30 with the Patriots to receive the ball, as the Rams deferred after winning the toss. The Pats first drive starts out strong with a first down but then on Brady’s first throw of the day he threw a short interception to Littleton, this was his first interception on the first pass of a game in the postseason ever. The Rams first drive was weak, with a 3 and out and the first punt of many for the Rams. The Patriots gain some momentum from Edelman and get to field goal range. Gostkowski misses the short field goal, which was his second only on the season. The rest of the quarter proved to be very uneventful and the game stood at 0-0 when the time ran out. Continue reading Super Bowl LIII Recap
On Sunday January 27th, the NFL held the 68th annual Pro Bowl, a matchup between the all stars of league’s two conferences the AFC and the NFC. Leading up to the game the teams held multiple skills contests between the best of the best including best hands, precision passing, and a game of dodgeball. The game and contests were held in “sunny” Florida but the Orlando weather treated them to anything but that as kickoff was at 55 degrees and rainy. Continue reading Pro Bowl Recap
Elon Musk’s multibillion dollar company, Tesla, opened up their 3rd and largest. Gigafactory in Shanghai Lingang Industrial Zone on January 6th. It’s their first factory outside of the US and will amount to roughly 9.3-million square feet. The factory, when completed, will manufacture batteries for the cars and the cars themselves. Footage has recently surfaced showing that ground has already been broke as heavy machinery is being moved in. Continue reading Tesla Breaks Ground on Gigafactory 3
While many of us have heard of the stories from the government workers having to work without pay and those you have lost their jobs, one area of our country is suffering just as much but can’t speak for itself. The country’s National Parks and monuments have been suffering from the lack of employees to cover its system that has over 330 million visitors a year. Continue reading National Parks Suffer Through Shutdown
Since December 22nd, 2018 a partial government shutdown has been ongoing and for now there is no end in sight. The main cause for the disagreement is President trump’s request for funding the border wall and Democrats are simply not willing to give up $5 billion. Continue reading Government Shutdown
On Friday morning the area of Anchorage, Alaska was hit with a 7.0 on the richter scale following the recurring path that the city is starting to experience. The result was churned up and mangled roads and business were sent running out of their office buildings. The exact location was said to be somewhere roughly five miles north of the state’s capital and largest city, coming in at roughly 300,000. Initial assessments tell us that there are no reported casualties but the state’s infrastructure was hit very hard. Continue reading Anchorage Gets Hit With 7.0 Magnitude Earthquake. What’s Next?