Monthly Archives: November 2017

“La Vida De Selena”: Tejano Legend to Receive Bilingual and Biographical Children’s Book

Among the many excellent parts of The Lone Star State, the original and legendary musical artists are probably the best aspect of this massive former country. Everyone from iconic rock star Buddy Holly, rising R&B star Khalid, up-and-coming rapper/living meme Post Malone, the King of Country himself, George Strait and the very man who I… Read More

Trolling of Another Kind: Cards Against Humanity Purchases Land on Border Wall

Even with the influx of many different types of digital entertainment devices, board and card games surprisingly still have a decent following among various demographics of players. Whether it’s family Monopoly night or poker with the guys, non-digital games has maintained it’s following and usage in the Millennial age of streaming, tweeting and Snapchatting everything.… Read More

Alexis Bortell: The 12-Year-Old Suing Jeff Sessions

The legalization of cannabis has become nothing short of a social issue. Quite like the pro-life movement, pro-choice movement and the pro-NRA crowd, cannabis legalization has a vast network of both pro-legalization and anti-legalization advocates. Several notable personalities and politicians, Bernie Sanders, Susan Sarandon, and rapper/activist Killer Mike to name a few of many, have… Read More

A Duet of A Different Kind: Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood’s “Before He Tweets”

In awards shows of all types, the hosts usually aren’t too political and are instead humorous and lampoon various individuals who are also attending the award ceremony. Regardless of which awards ceremony is being aired, whether it be The ESPY’s, The Teen Choice Awards or even The Oscars, humor is always appreciated instead of political… Read More