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Frankie Lymon: Was it Murder? Pt. 2

In the previous article I highlighted reasons why Frankie Lymon may have been murdered and who may have been involved. Here in pt. 2 we’ll dive deeper and take a closer look at what could be one of the biggest cover ups ever. Here’s pt. 1 just incase you missed it. https://www.google.com/amp/s/tremg.info/2020/12/03/frankie-lymon-was-it-murder/amp/ First let’s look…

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DENM and Jared Watson Explore California in Exhilarating “Califas” Music Video

DENM dropped his new fan-favorite track “Califas,” featuring Jared Watson of Dirty Heads, last month, and he’s riding the wave with an exciting music video! The clip shows DENM and Jared driving around Huntington Beach and San Diego in a convertible, stopping to jam out with friends along the way. “Califas” is the most recent…

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Asian Activists Speak Out

Ever since the start of the pandemic, the Asian American community has seen an increase in hate crimes towards their community. From white people such as Aaron Long killing 6 Asian women in a beauty parlor to Americans blaming China for the spread of the virus, it was reported that over 4,000 anti-Asian incidents have…

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Argo (2012) vs. The Last King of Scotland (2006): Who Has The Tensest Plane Boarding Scene?

Every good movie is different. Has the special something that makes the movie stand out. However, sometimes, the movies, while being completely different, can share weird similarities. One example of this is Argo (2012) and The Last King of Scotland (2006) both ending with scenes of the main characters boarding planes, hoping not to be…

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Allergy

I constantly blink the urge to swipe, rub and dig. Inside my moist cornea. Where I can see has been disturbed. Was it dust or pollen I wasn’t sure, the cause. But annoyance and agony strained my sight. my fingers scrape my lid and lashes. This frightful eye isn’t red. Veins are bulged but they…

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That Random Poem About “Fame”

Image: pinterest.com There are good, bad, and ugly sides of fame. Some people become famous and remain the same humble, respectable, genuine, and kind-hearted people they were before. They manage their money well and are even charitable. Then you have others who become famous and are lost at what to do with their new reality.…

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The Astrology of Power

Pluto is the god of the underworld. He is death and rebirth, the phoenix rising from the ashes. But, he is also power. Each of us have an area in our lives where we are powerful. Where is the power in your natal chart? Power often gets a bad rap. It conjures up images of…

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Bandits on the Run Describe a Mesmerizing Breakup on “Spellbound”

Led by multi-instrumentalist Regina Strayhorn, Bandits on the Run’s “Spellbound” explores how encompassing a crumbling relationship can become. The track sees Strayhorn calling out someone who’s misleading her over an elegant instrumental with cello by Sydney Shepherd and vocal harmonies by Shepherd and Adrian Blake Enscoe. It’s the newest single from the band’s upcoming folk-pop…

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