The biggest and most recognizable music festival has come and gone, and it’s 2018 spectacle did not disappoint. This years Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival was one of the biggest and most talked about in the organizations history.
Held in Palm Springs, California, Coachella is the kickoff to the music festival season with its traditional mid-April weekends of music. This year featured some of the biggest musical guests in today’s culture, as well as a look at some of the newest festival fashion and trends going into summer 2018. Continue reading Coachella Music Festival
In an unprecedented and peculiar moment of history strict North Korean leader Kim Jong-un attended a South Korean pop concert. Continue reading Tensions Thaw Between Koreas As Kim Jong-un Attends A Kpop Concert
Early in his life Ghost found himself roaming the streets of Florida alone. Swamp Haven Humane Society found him and took him into their shelter. The only problem being that it was a kill shelter. Originally, Ghost was simply seen as an unadoptable animal. After all, the albino puppy was deaf, with bright white fur and reddish-brown eyes. He was a little ‘too’ full of energy, and displayed a lack of affection towards most people. Because of these factors, Ghost was scheduled for euthanization.
However, Swamp Haven Humane wanted to try one more time at finding Ghost his perfect ‘forever’ home. After reaching out and contacting various other shelters and adoption agencies around the country, they eventually got in touch with the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society. The Port Angeles-based organization agreed to take the distressed puppy in. Continue reading Meet Ghost – The First Deaf K-9 In Washington State History
The conviction of Larry Nassar, the former USA Gymnastics national team doctor who is set to spend the next 40 to 125 years of his life in prison for decades of sexual abuse, prompted Michigan lawmakers to propose a bill that would retroactively extend the amount of time child victims of sexual abuse have to sue their abusers. The bill, which passed into law on February 20th, is concerning to the Catholic Church, who have shelled out billions of dollars to settle U.S. clergy abuse cases with the victims. Continue reading Catholic Church Concerned about Michigan Child Abuse Bill
So it goes without saying that China has a lot of interesting things happening right now with their country and government. As of the past few weeks word has been let out that leader Xi Jinping may be in office indefinitely due to the possibility of presidential term limits being dropped totally, and the country as a whole has just gone ballistic with their use of censorship recently because of it. People are already calling this ‘The Great Firewall Of China’. And it probably won’t end anytime soon, this is more than likely just the beginning and who knows when this might start to calm down over there.
Continue reading China’s Censorship Grows Amid Possible Lifelong Leadership
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