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Dionne Warwick Halts Talks of Biographical Film by Scott Rudin

Dionne Warwick Halts Talks of Biographical Film by Scott Rudin

Scott Rudin, Hollywood, and Broadway producer stepped up to the plate after singer Dionne Warwick hinted at — via Twitter on December 16, 2020 — a possible Netflix series. She added the series should have singer Teyana Taylor, portraying her. Though she and Rudin never officially signed papers, the legendary singer and her son discussed […]

Celebrating May Day or Beltane

Celebrating May Day or Beltane

May Day has had many different meanings for diverse cultures and countries over the past decades. In today’s day and age, it is a time to celebrate the season of Spring. This public holiday is celebrated every May 1st. The holiday is a day of togetherness, unity, and rebirth. A time for everyone to come […]

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Linked to Teenager’s Multiple Brain Surgeries [Update]

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Linked to Teenager’s Multiple Brain Surgeries [Update]

UPDATE: Health officials lifted the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine pause and will issue a fact sheet about the rare side effect, on April 23, 2021. Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine is on pause after negative side effects were reported. Dr. Peter Marks, the director of the Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, and […]

Remembering 93-Year-Old Walter Mondale the ‘Fritz’

Remembering 93-Year-Old Walter Mondale the ‘Fritz’

Walter Mondale, former vice president under Jimmy Carter’s presidency and is remembered as the first presidential candidate to choose a female, Geraldine Ferraro, as his running mate. Fritz made his transition on Monday, April 19, 2021; he was 93. He was born January 5, 1928, in Ceylon, Minnesota, and eventually relocated to Elmore. Mondale began his […]