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Will America Ever Be The Same Post COVID-19?

UNITED STATES─If you were to ask me a month ago where things stood in America regarding the coronavirus crisis, I would say we were on the right side of things. Ask me that question today, and I feel like we are traveling down a path that is NOT good and I’m worried where things are headed people. Now, I’ve...

Lazy Beyond Words Can Explain

UNITED STATES─Since I’ve started working I have never been a fan of people who are lazy. I know I should not care about what others do on the job, but when I have to work with you, to see you and to be in your presence when I’m working my tail off I have a major problem. I know...

Governor Passes New Order To Shutdown Indoor Businesses

CALIFORNIA—On July 1, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced new orders to shutdown restaurants and entertainment centers in 19 California counties as a response to a rapid rise in coronavirus cases across the state. “As a consequence, we are doing everything we can to focus in on certain sectors of our economy where that spread is more likely to occur, where...

Installation Of Bus-And-Taxi Only Lanes

SAN FRANCISCO—On Tuesday, June 30, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors approved a measure for temporary bus-and taxi-only lanes. A new transit-only lane has been installed on 4th Street. In a news release, Amy Fowler, Public Information Officer for SFMTA, said, “One of the most effective tools we have to improve Muni travel time and reliability are transit...

67-Year-Old Swimmer At China Beach Found Dead

SAN FRANCISCO—A swimmer at China Beach died Wednesday, July 1, after a rescue mission. City officials tweeted that a swimmer was rescued from the water by the US Coast Guard and the San Francisco Fire Department Marine units around 2 p.m. The tweet read: “BAY RESCUE CHINA BEACH SWIMMER RESCUED BY @USCGPacificSW AND #SFFDMARINEUNITS CPR IN PROGRESS." Rescuers tried to resuscitate...

City Introduces Stricter Mask Rules For Dining In Restaurants

SAN FRANCISCO—The city of San Francisco issued stricter rules for mask use while dining, that requires masks be worn for most of the meal, while customers are not actively eating or drinking. The new rule will be enforced and will go into effect starting on Wednesday, July 1. The new mask law is part of a revised plan to slow...

Additional Regional Bus Changes July 12

SAN FRANCISCO—On Wednesday, July 1, the Golden Gate Bridge Highway & Transportation District (Golden Gate Transit) announced via Twitter that they will continue to adjust the bus service levels due to the current low ridership levels amid the coronavirus pandemic. They are planning to make additional regional bus schedule changes which will be in effect starting Sunday, July 12. According...

Mug Shots Will Not Be Released To The Public

SAN FRANCISCO—On Wednesday, July 1, the San Francisco Police Department’s Chief of Police, Bill Scott, announced that mug shots of a people who have been arrested will not be released to the public in an attempt to cease the perpetuation of racial stereotypes. Mug shots of a person that poses a threat to the public will still be released by...

Where Next For The Universal Classic Monsters?

UNITED STATES—Universal's attempt to reboot their Classic Monsters range didn't exactly go as hoped, given that the grand plans for a shared cinematic universe were scrapped. 2014's Dracula Untold went through reshoots so that it could become the first movie in the 'Dark Universe', but unsatisfactory critical responses to that and 2017's The Mummy prompted Universal revert to the production of standalone films. Universal may have hoped...

How Did Football Become America’s Favorite Sport?

UNITED STATES—Even today, baseball is still considered to be “America’s favorite pastime” despite Major League Baseball suffering declines in-game attendance during 2018 and 2019. Across the two seasons, attendance was down more than 5%, falling below 70 million for the first time in 15 years. It’s not just a blip either. Game attendance declined 7.14% during 2015 and 2019, meaning...
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