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“General Hospital” Wins Big At Daytime Emmy Awards

HOLLYWOOD—I thought I would never see the day that the Daytime Emmy Awards would return to TV, but they are back and rightfully so. There is so much talent on Daytime TV that goes overlooked, but it is nice to see those in daytime television receive their accolades. The ceremony was hosted by Nichelle Turner and Kevin Frazier, who...

Sheila Carter Strikes Again On “Bold And Beautiful!”

HOLLYWOOD—Well it was bound to transpire “The Bold and Beautiful” lovers. Li Finnegan said a bit too much tipping off Sheila Carter that she was hiding something. That prompted Sheila to make a prison bust and head directly for Li’s location and discovering the big secret: Finn is alive! Sheila was flabbergasted, so much to the point that Li...

Family Time Balance

UNITED STATES—It is NOT always easy to spend time with family. Sometimes you mesh well with some people, at other times you don’t mesh that well with others. With that said, this weekend I was placed in a difficult dilemma because of course it was Father’s Day. The problem is the fact that I work two jobs and I’m...

Where Are The Cooking Shows Food Network?

HOLLYWOOD—I had always been a fan of the Food Network growing up. I will be honest it was this network that helped me learn how to cook and how not to be afraid in the kitchen when it comes to cooking. However, in recent years, I’ve not watched the series as much as I have in the past. You...

U.S. Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade

UNITED STATES—On Friday, June 24, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) overturned its January 22, 1973 decision to allow abortion on demand in all 9 months of pregnancy for any reason in a 6-3 decision announcing no constitutional right to abortion. The decision will now be left up to individual states.  The Justices who voted in favor...

Traces Of Monkeypox Detected In SF Waste Water

SAN FRANCISCO—Researchers at Stanford University and the Sewer Coronavirus Alert Network (SCAN) confirmed that samples of waste water collected from a San Francisco treatment plant have traces of the Monkeypox disease as first announced on Friday, June 24.  The samples were collected on Monday, June 20 and Thursday, June 23 from the Oceanside Treatment Plant which serves about a third...

Javon Green Arrested For Subway Shooting

SAN FRANCISCO—A 26 year-old shooter responsible for the death of one and injury of another at a subway station was arrested on Thursday, June 23, the San Francisco Police Department reported. Javon Green was arrested after investigators served search warrants at the 1000 block of Power Avenue in the city of Pittsburg, California. The Pittsburg Police Department was instrumental in...

Police Seeking Public’s Help In Sexual Assault Case

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Police Department is asking for the public’s help locating a sexual assault suspect that attacked a 20-year-old woman on Sunday, June 12 at 6:23 a.m. The suspect is described as a man who stands approximately 5 feet tall and was last seen wearing a bright red hooded sweatshirt, dark pants, and dark shoes with a white...

Water, Water, Water People

UNITED STATES—Look I will just admit it: I don’t like water. The notion of drinking a glass of water or a bottle of water is so difficult for me. I sometimes have to force myself to gulp that water down during the hot summer days, even though I don’t want to, I know I HAVE TO IN ORDER TO...

Is The Deal A Steal?

UNITED STATES—I heard some discussions this week from people about the comparisons in relationships between the person who is the saver and who is the spender. It seems to feel that a lot of Americans now more than ever, are spending more and saving a lot less people. Inflation does not seem to be slowing down anytime soon, and...