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“Nomadland” Wins Big At Critics’ Choice Awards

SANTA MONICA—I tried America, I really tried, but this virtual awards show tactic just isn’t working for me and I found myself changing channels while watching the Critics' Choice Awards.  I dealt with it for the Golden Globes because I’m a fan of the show and it gives us movie lovers a hint as to where things might be...

“Walking Dead” Recap: ‘Find Me’

HOLLYWOOD—Last week’s return of “The Walking Dead” saw the return of a fan favorite, Maggie, but at the same time the introduction to a new threat, the Reapers. This week’s episode, ‘Find Me’ was focused on a Daryl’s journey during that time he was away from the others. On Daryl’s journey, Carol was by his side as always. These...

Double Wedding Fiasco On “General Hospital!”

HOLLYWOOD—We have been waiting and waiting, and finally the wheels are finally churning as the downfall of Peter August is finally upon us on “General Hospital.” Yes, it seems the days of Valentin Cassadine being the notorious villain is indeed shifting. How so? He went to Anna Devane and confessed all. Yes that’s right, Valentin told Anna all about...

Another 7/11 Location Closes Permanently

SAN FRANCISCO—As of Thursday, March 4, the 7-Eleven store located at 3998 18th St on the corner of Noe St in Castro Valley closed permanently. In a recent interview with Hoodline, two of the 7-Eleven's employees confirmed the closing as said that it was closing due to a rent increase. The property manager overseeing the location from Anchor Realty...

Stadiums, Ballparks, And Theme Parks Can Reopen April 1

CALIFORNIA—On Friday, March 5, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced that outdoor activities, such as amusement parks, can reopen in California starting Thursday, April 1. In a news release, the Department of Public Health said that "outdoor ballparks, stadiums, and theme parks" can reopen "with significantly reduced capacity, mandatory masking and other public health precautions." California Secretary of Health...

Recology To Reimburse Nearly $100 Million After Scandal

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco customers of the waste management company Recology will be receiving almost $100 million in overpaid rates for their trash collecting services. A probe from the City Attorney’s office gave details on Thursday, March 4, 2021, of how the company hiked their prices over the last four years. The rate hikes are connected to Mohammed Nuru, the...

Triple Drive-By Shooter Arrested

SAN FRANCISCO—On March 4, 2021 San Francisco Police arrested a suspect for a triple drive-by shooting that took place in February. Injuring three male victims who had to be transported to the hospital. One of the victims suffered life threatening injuries while the other two did not.  On February 14, 2021 at 1:57 a.m, San Francisco Police officers from the...

Thief Uses Blowtorch To Break Into Business

SAN FRANCISCO—On Sunday, February 28 at approximately 6 a.m. a suspect tried to break into San Francisco Optics by Alexander Daas, a family-owned business. The suspect tried to break into the business by using a blowtorch. The owner said the thief wasn’t successful because the glass was heavily reinforced. This is the third time that burglars have targeted San Francisco...

5 More Executives Linked To Corruption Scandal

SAN FRANCISCO — On Monday March 1, City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced 5 executives and their companies were found out to be connected to the Mohammed Nuru public corruption scandal. The scandal surfaced February 12 after Florence Kong admitted to bribing Mohammed Nuru with gifts that included a $36,000 gold Rolex watch and for bribing a public official and making false statements to the FBI. All 5 executives were given suspensions.  The suspension came from...

Charlie Dale Dead, Sami Returns To “Days!”

HOLLYWOOD—If there is ever a soap that is NOT afraid to kill off a character, its “Days of Our Lives.” Why? Well Charlie Dale aka as the guy who sexually assaulted Allie, kidnapped his mother Ava and framed his brother Tripp is dead. Yes, Charlie met his maker last week after pleading for his life. He was shot in...
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