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“Ambitions” Returns For Second Half

HOLLYWOOD─It took me a bit of time to get invested in the new OWN series “Ambitions” that started with a simmer, but recently ended in a blaze during the mid-season finale. How so? A primary character met a bloody demise, and now the mystery has come front and center as to who killed the father of Evan Lancaster, the...

Veterans Matter

UNITED STATES─It is hard to fathom that we only take one day out of the 364 days we have in the year to pay our tribute and gratitude to the people who risked their lives for us to enjoy the freedoms that we take for granted. Yes, Monday, November 11, 2019, we celebrated Veteran’s Day. It is a day...

Fire At The Inn On Broadway

SAN FRANCISCO—Officials from the San Francisco Fire Department were notified of a fire at the Inn On Broadway at 2201 Van Ness Ave on Sunday, November 10. Firefighters lined up across the block to ensure the blaze was contained, and evacuated individuals without any issues. Van Ness Avenue was closed as a result of the fire which took place on...

Separated, But Still A Family

HELLO AMERICA!─It is getting to that special time of the year when we’re ready psychologically and physically to deal and or celebrate Thanksgiving, Xmas and Rosh Hashanah. Opposing parties are putting away their weapons of hurt and disapproval and try songs of peace, love and respect; they try to understand that is where the real power lies. I remember one...

“Walking Dead” Recap: ‘Bonds’

HOLLYWOOD─Last week we witnessed Alpha and ‘The Whisperers’ implementing their plan to deliver a blow to our protagonists. This week we saw the ramifications of last week’s cliffhanger involving Negan stumbling into the battlegrounds of our villains in ‘Bonds.’ Things kicked off with Carol getting back to normalcy after spiraling a few episodes ago. Helping her along the way...

“Midway” Puts “Doctor Sleep” Away At Box-Office

HOLLYWOOD─Wow. That is the only word I can use to describe the utter mayhem. There were plenty of new offerings for moviegoers, but it was a drama and World War II flick, “Midway” which rose to the top spot with an impressive $17.5 million gross. For a movie that was barely advertised in my eyes, it sure captured the...

Union Square Ice Rink Back For The Holidays

SAN FRANCISCO—The ice-skating rink is now open in downtown Union Square. The rink opened on Wednesday, November 6 and will remain open through January 20, 2020. Hours of operation are from 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. daily, and the general admission cost with skate rental is $18.00. Children 8 years old and under are $13.00. Guests may also bring their...

Vegetable Recall Hits Bay Area Grocery Stores

SAN FRANCISCO—Mann Packing Company, a subsidiary of Fresh Del Monte Produce in Salinas, California has voluntarily participated in the produce recall on Sunday, November 3. The recall is due to a possible Listeria monocytogenes outbreak. The FDA and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency were the first to warn Mann Packing Company of possible Listeria outbreak and prompted the recall. The...

“Harriet” Is A Mixed Bag, Unexpected

HOLLYWOOD—I cannot believe its 2019 and this is the first time that a movie about abolitionist, slave and crusader Harriet Tubman is finally making its way to the big screen. I mean this is one of the greatest historical figures of all times and for it to take decades before this woman gets her due on the big screen...

“Jexi” Is Full Of Laughs

HOLLYWOOD—I recently had an argument with someone about how reliant we are on technology nowadays. I flash back to the golden days when I was a kid and we would play outside and adults had an actual conversation with people instead of completely staring at a device, notably a cell phone or tablet. This brings us to the comedy,...
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