• Jurassic World could breach 100 million box office

    By / May 28, 2015

    The much anticipated movie of the year Jurassic World is set to hit theaters June 12th and is said to top the box office over 100 million. Only two other movies have done this in their opening weekends, Avengers: age of Ultronand Furious 7. According to Fandango (an online movie ticket sales company) Jurassic World has… Read more

  • Shortage of Eggs?

    By / May 25, 2015

    When it comes to food there are times when certain ingredients are just not as readily available as they should be. There are times when certain foods are in high demand. There are times when the supply of a certain ingredient runs low. As of right now, food companies are preparing themselves for a shortage… Read more

  • Shake Shack Soon to Release Chicken Sandwiches

    By / May 25, 2015

     Shake Shack, a hot restaurant that has recently reopened earlier this year, seems to be beginning to test chicken sandwiches. This could lead to a new menu or even lead to additional chain restaurants featuring the chicken sandwich. Their subsidiary has recently filed a trademark name known as “chicken shack” which has startled a barrage… Read more

  • Third Star Trek Film Getting Back to Basics

    By / May 25, 2015

     Most science fiction shows feature fan bases that are divided into the love it or hate it camps, there generally is no in between. The rebooted Star Trek franchise won over a lot of fans with the first movie, but then fractured that same fan base with the second installment. “Star Trek Into Darkness” featured… Read more

  • Bee Health: White House Needs to Do More

    By / May 22, 2015

    Recently, representatives from the United States White House announced that more would be done by the government to save honey bee populations. Several people have noted that the new plan, which involves setting aside federal lands to create bee habitats and teaching people how to protect and help bee populations, does not address one of… Read more

  • Hillary Clinton’s Emails Won’t Be Released By The State Department Until January 2016

    By / May 19, 2015

    The State Department Wants to Read the 55,000 Pages Of Emails Before They Are Released Hillary Clinton’s e-mails have been a topic of conversation for several months. Why Clinton used her private email to send State messages is still a mystery. The Republicans say Clinton is hiding something. The House Select Committee on Benghazi is… Read more

  • Discrimination Complaint against Harvard

    By / May 19, 2015

    “Dozens of Asian American groups filed a federal discrimination complaint against Harvard University Friday, alleging racial discrimination in the admissions process”. I’m pretty sure there will never be a settlement on race relations, race discrimination and race segregation but at the education level at least this should not be an issue. No matter what race or… Read more

  • The Legacy of Vijay Eswaran

    By / May 15, 2015

    In the business world there are an almost unlimited number of notable names that all should remember. Vijay Eswaran is one example of those names. Vijay Eswaran is a native to Malaysia, and was born in Penang on October 7, 1960. His parents were Vijayaratnam Saravanamuthu, a member of the Malaysian Ministry of Labor, and… Read more

  • One Step Closer to Legalization

    By / May 13, 2015

    Pennsylvania is another state that has decided to pass a bill associated with marijuana use according to Bruce Levenson. The Senate passed a bill that legalizes the use of medical marijuana. While this doesn’t mean that people can just go out and smoke the drug whenever they want, it’s one step closer to getting the… Read more

  • 6 Dead & 140 Hurt When Amtrak Train Derails in Philly

    By / May 13, 2015

    On Tuesday night, May 12, 2015 around 9 PM an Amtrak train heading to New York from Washington, D.C. carrying 238 passengers and five crew members derailed in Port Richmond, Philadelphia. All seven cars (six passenger cars and an engine) derailed near Frankford Junction. Passengers said that it felt as though the brakes were hit… Read more

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