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‘Empire’ Season 5: What to Expect and Where the Show Is Going [Spoiler Alert]

‘Empire’ Season 5: What to Expect and Where the Show Is Going [Spoiler Alert]

A small audience of “Empire” fans were able to see the Season 5 premiere ahead of the Sept. 26, 2018 air date. They were also able to hear from cast member Jussie Smollet, who plays Jamal Lyon, at the Tribeca TV Festival on Saturday, Sept. 22. After the screening, Smollet told the audience that the […]

Street Art Evolution Brings Artists Recognition

Street Art Evolution Brings Artists Recognition

Street art is typically perceived as another vulgar way for people, usually, teens or young adults, to vandalize property. This is similar to how a rebel child would break the rules in order to receive satisfaction in others distraught at their actions. Common on abandoned properties or around old apartment complexes, street art is usually depicted as […]

What Is Gaslighting?

What Is Gaslighting?

Gaslighting means to manipulate someone by psychological means into questioning their own sanity (Google). The term “gaslighting” comes from a 1938 play, “Gas Light.” The movie “Gaslight” was more widely known in 1944. A husband manipulates his wife to make her believe she is losing her grip on reality, so he can commit her to […]

Gulf of Maine Waters Continue to Warm

Gulf of Maine Waters Continue to Warm

An ocean "heat wave" just drove temperatures off Maine to near-record highs https://t.co/YlQv9pGWMW — Washington Post (@washingtonpost) September 1, 2018 On Aug. 8, 2018, the surface temperatures of the water in the Gulf of Maine hit 68.93°F in the Gulf of Maine.  This was only part of a month-long marine heat wave in the normally […]

Senator John McCain’s Farewell Letter to America [Video]

Senator John McCain’s Farewell Letter to America [Video]

Senator John McCain left his earthly body on Saturday, August 25, 2018. Before his passing, he left an impassioned letter addressed to “My fellow Americans.” The letter was read aloud by Rick Davis, a family spokesman, and former presidential campaign manager. As he read the letter, Davis choked up and cleared his throat several times. […]