By Vera Sauchanka, Dennis Bindarau Dash cameras become more and more popular for a reason. They add a level of protection on the road and ensure that if anything happens you will have the evidence you need, whether your car is parked or in motion. Back in the day, they used to be quite expensive, […]
By Vera Sauchanka, Crystal Pennell A historical event happened last week for California residents as they sent in their votes for the Governor’s recall election. It marked the second time in two decades since Californians had to make a recall decision. The previous recall election was held in 2003 when Gov. Gray Davis was replaced […]
James Gunn may have outdone himself with his newest released film, The Suicide Squad. Gunn has made his mark in the DC cinematic universe with similar flair and humor from his previous work done with Marvel in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1 & 2. This was one of the better DC movies I had […]
President Biden announced that all federal workers will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or face strict protocols including regular testing, masking, and other safety measures. The announcement sparked a wide range of reactions nationwide. However, officials insist this is not a vaccine mandate, federal employees who are not vaccinated will not lose their jobs […]
Today’s opening ceremony for Tokyo Olympics 2020 was filled with teams and athletes from around the world. Despite the already confirmed COVID-19 cases found in the athletes’ village, the games are expected to feature 33 competitions and 339 events held across 42 venues — check out the full, updated schedule here. Currently, about 20 athletes, […]
After the U.S. June 15th reopening, the number of new cases and hospitalizations have nearly tripled across the country, from 11,892 new cases reported on June 15 to 32,475 new cases reported on July 7. The biggest concern now is the Delta variant, first identified in India, which has become a dominant strain across the […]
US re-imposes sanctions on Belarus’ major enterprises in response to Ryanair hijacking, human rights abuses and torture
The Belarusian community of the San Francisco Bay Area gathered at Harry Bridges Plaza to rally against the continuous human rights abuses, suppression of the press, the Ryanair plane hijacking and subsequent arrest of journalist Raman Pratasevich. It’s already been over a year since the start of the Belarusian uprising against “Europe’s Last Dictator” Alexander […]
Take a look at the photo I just took at I-80!
Take a look at this photo: despite the easing of travel restrictions, the San Francisco airport is still deserted.
San Jose police have been investigating a string of armed robbery cases at jewelry stores across the city. On March 17, at approximately 2:46 PM, an armed robbery occurred at Variedades Franco, a jewelry and clothing store located in the 400 block of South Capitol Avenue. According to San Jose PD, two male suspects entered […]