Category: coronavirus

Trapped in Our Own Web

It’s getting too hard to try and keep up with everything going on with the election between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. It’s stressful in every way shape and form. We have, on one hand, a group of people who are so dedicated to the “original” system and ways of the founding of the United…

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Not in Control

Do you find yourself, or have you ever found yourself, feeling incredibly disconnected and out of control with what’s going on around you that you think, “What am I even doing here?” 2020 has been many things, but forgiving isn’t one of them. With every new month/week/day/hour, something happens to shake up our sense of…

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Are We All A**Holes?

You know what sucks? A few days ago I was hit with the idea that, to someone somewhere, I’m the bad guy. Somebody has, or will, see me as a negative force in their life. No matter what I try to do or say, I will be the antagonist to their hero journey. Admittedly, that…

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30 year old Americans have been drinking more during the covid 19 pandemic than they did the previous year

There has been a rapid increase in alcoholic beverages that were consumed by 30 years old Americans during the coronavirus pandemic. The research conducted among volunteers aged from 30 to 80 years old by the journal JAMA Network Open reveals the frequency of alcohol consumption has risen by about 14% from 2019. The outcome outlined…

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Disappointment and Regret

To be honest, it’s hard not to feel as though disappointment and regret are one-in the same. Beginning to write this, I’m still not entirely sure I know where I’m going with this piece. In the end it might only be filled with disappointment and regret, and still somehow I think that’s the point. Disappointment…

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The Unfortunate Headline We Knew Was Coming, U.S. Passes 200K Dead Due To Coronavirus Pandemic

RIP to all souls lost. Please register to vote in the upcoming election. Please fill out the Census information for your home and community. Please pray for all of the front-liners. Please understand as journalists, media curators, and writers, we do not wish to share news like this. But it is the fact. People in…

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World’s longest sea beach

Cox’s bazar is termed as the world’s longest unbroken sea beach. The sea beach has a length of incredible 132 km. It acquires it’s current name from Hiram Cox who happened to be a superintendent of Palonkee outpost in the British East India Company. He rehabilitated refugees in order to accomplish his mission to deal…

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Gray Beauty

It’s easy to feel inspired by color, it’s easy to feel some sense of emotion brought on by vibrancy. Most of the time in life, we tend to see things as one way or the other: black and white, good and bad, law and order. We learn early that there aren’t really shades to living.…

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Defeat vs. Plateau

How can we tell the difference between one or the other? Is there a difference? Stating the obvious here but, 2020 has been nothing but ridiculous ups and downs all year. This one year has somehow mentally and emotionally seemed like five have passed. And yet, there are so many people out there, myself included,…

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“Apocalyptic” Acceptance

Here’s the thing about most apocalypse movies, they’re all a metaphor for the most extreme unknowns in life. Zombie movies, there’s death sprinkled with reminders that maybe it’s not truly an end for us, albeit a traumatic way to remind us with flesh and brain eating undead. End of days movies, like “I Am Legend”,…

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NYC Parents Get A Choice On Reopening Plans For The 2020-2021 K-12 School Year

Welcome to the 2020-2021 School Year On March 15, 2020, the nation’s largest school district underwent a historic transformation, closing school buildings in order to protect our 1.1 million students, and all staff, families, and fellow New Yorkers from COVID-19. As we look ahead to September, we see the big picture: the continuing rise in…

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Coming Soon: The Tax Collector

There’s very little news coming out of Hollywood recently with everything on pause due to COVID. We’ve seen some of the most anticipated movies get delayed into limbo. Films like Tenet, No Time to Die, A Quiet Place 2, Wonder Woman 1984 and Black Widow are currently without plans for a release date. The movie…

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Indie Brooklyn Event Brings Artists To The Park – Prospect Park on Aug 2nd | Tickets On Sale Now

Join Indie Circus for an afternoon of music, community building, being outside, and supporting local musicians – at the same damn time. Exact park meeting location will be released 48 hours prior to the event. We are looking for local grassroots organizations to partner and help us register voters in the New York City area.…

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