Nearly one year ago, I started my blog to discuss and question gender constructs, by focusing on heteronormativity and homonormativity through the lens of performing arts and photography. Growing up in a catholic small town in Central Italy, I have internalised an heteronormative idea of marriage and so it was difficult to me at the […]
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There are two sides to the African football spectrum that links it to Europe. One is the glory of its star names; the other is the concerning exploitation that has ruined many lives. This is the story of it all.
Today I am here to talk about which upcoming new book releases I am most excited about for the second half of 2019!
Congratulations on graduating high school! Whether it was an expectation or a big accomplishment, high school is finally over and the rest of your life is about to begin. If you are feeling cocky 😉 and decided to attend the University of South Carolina here are somethings that most freshman will do and every freshman […]
Today is a short one. Mostly because the time I have for writing is being consumed by the work of activism. But there was some seemingly good news on the Line 3 front last week. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources issued a joint statement on Tuesday (6/18/19) to […]
Chants from groups, individuals and sounds from cars and all others will enlighten you the foriegner on how much Ghanaians love their football, but recently the unsual excitment during football seasons are no more. I ask myself, what caused this and how did the fans and football lovers of our country lost interest suddenly? The […]
Here is a look at the hottest culinary events of the week: Limited time Pride Special at EggHaus Gourmet In honor of Pride Month EggHaus Gourmet, 2042 East T C Jester, created the Rainbow Croissant (temporary), a freshly baked croissant dipped in white gourmet chocolate, topped with fruity pebbles and filled with a Bavarian cream […]
CLOSE What was the most important event that occurred the year you were born? (Photo: artisteer / iStock) Over the past 100 years we’ve witnessed some of the most profound changes in human history. Between wars, technological developments, progress in civil rights, and breakthroughs in science and medicine, the old order that held back hundreds of […]
Pablo’s cartel supplied at the height of his career an estimated 80% of the cocaine smuggled into the United States. Pablo Escobar net worth was $30 Billion at the time of his death.
Another great week of live in the Bay Area. Here are some suggestion for this week.. Monday July 22nd Club Deluxe 1511 Haight St, San Francisco 6:00 PM-9:00 PM Showtime… The High Tide Trio is a sensational super instrumental band featuring Mitch Polzak on guitar and bass, Hank Maninger on guitar and bass, and Les […]
On a midsummer’s evening fifty years ago, a teenage girl anxiously watched a game of football unfold on her flickering black and white television. Just minutes after the referee blew the final whistle Amelia Bolanos reached out for a gun. Her team El Salvador had lost a World Cup qualifier to arch-rivals Honduras. Bolanos put […]
Reader’s Digest has named the 50 finalists of its third annual search for “The Nicest Place in America,” a national crowd-sourced effort to uncover places where people are kind and treat each other with respect. In an era of cultural and political divides, “Nicest Places” is Reader’s Digest’s response. Over a submission period of 31 […]