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  • Triple H “Not Happy” With NXT! 205 Live Trouble Backstage In WWE! | WrestleTalk News Jan. 2017 Triple H “not happy” with NXT, 205 Live trouble backstage in WWE and more in this WrestleTalk News Jan. 2017… The 5 Star Wrestling special will air on Spike UK (Freeview – 31, Sky – 160, Virgin – 154) on Saturday 28th January. — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, ...
  • John Cena Wrestlemania 33 Match Revealed? Vince McMahon Unhappy With Goldberg! | WrestleTalk News John Cena Wrestlemania 33 match revealed, Vince McMahon unhappy with Goldberg and more in this WrestleTalk News 2017… The 5 Star Wrestling special will air on Spike UK (Freeview – 31, Sky – 160, Virgin – 154) on Saturday 28th January. — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use ...
  • Roman Reigns Talks WWE Heel Turn! MAJOR WWE Return For Royal Rumble? | WrestleTalk News Jan. 2017 Roman Reigns talks WWE heel turn, major WWE return for Royal Rumble teased and more in this WrestleTalk News Jan. 2017… The 5 Star Wrestling special will air on Spike UK (Freeview – 31, Sky – 160, Virgin – 154) on Saturday 28th January. — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington ...
  • The United States of America – 1776-2016 The United States of America, a country that became world renowned for freedom and justice, died on January 20th at its home in Washington, D.C. The United States was 250 years old. The office of the medical examiner ruled the death a homicide. The United States was born in 1776, the child of immigrant parents, who ...
  • To Be A Force of Positivity, To Be Everything Trump Is Not: The #WomensMarch Experience Seven days since the #WomensMarch shook the world and I still can’t get out of my head images of women resisting – joyful and determined. I marched in New York City. I came home that day with a thrill I still haven’t shaken. A good thing, because mass mobilization may be our most potent weapon ...
  • Trump Acts Drive Civic Tech Startup Growth The relationship between technology and politics has always been a somewhat uneasy one. At least, that’s how it used to be, but the 2016 Presidential election appeared to have woken a sleeping giant and energized the entire civic tech category. Now, there are a growing number of startups working to solve problems that can energize ...
  • Weekend Roundup: A New ‘Nationalist International’ Challenges The Old Globalization No sooner did “the party of Davos” ― as top White House aide Stephen Bannon calls the global elite ― end its annual conclave in the Swiss Alps late last week than the “nationalist international” was born down in the Rhine Valley city of Koblenz, Germany. All the main populist movements from across Europe gathered together ...
  • Native Son: Marin Theatre Company Takes on Richard Wright’s Classic Novel It’s not surprising that Marin Theatre Company artistic director Jasson Minadakis has centered the company’s fiftieth anniversary season on Native Son, a new adaptation, by Nambi E. Kelley, of Richard Wright’s 1940 best-selling novel. In his eleven years with this excellent Bay Area company, Minadakis has made a particular effort to showcase plays with African ...
  • An Alert, Well-Hydrated Artist in No Acute Distress–Episode Thirty-Five: The Birth of a Book, the End of a Story A serial about two artists with incurable neurological disease sharing fear, frustration and friendship as they push to complete the most rewarding creative work of their careers. Read Episode Thirty-Four: Finished!. Or, start at the beginning: An Illness’s Introduction. Find all episodes here. After the thrill of seeing Hadley’s murals on the walls of the Montana State ...
  • Pity China’s ‘bare branches’: unmarried men stuck between tradition and capitalism Lucy Nicholson/Reuters Xuan Li, NYU Shanghai Chinese New Year, or the Spring Festival, is a highlight in Chinese society. But for many young people, the joy of vacation and family reunion is mixed with questions from parents and relatives about their achievements in the past year, including about their relationships. This is a particularly stressful occasion for ...
  • Non-Black People Of Color Owe Immeasurable Debts Of Gratitude To Black Americans By Elizabeth Jaikaran Our communities are heavily stained with anti-Blackness. It’s probably best to start off with that difficult and often denied truth. Many non-Black Americans of Color, who are largely immigrants, become quickly acquainted with the American brand of anti-Blackness upon their arrival to a country brimming with economic opportunities unheard of in the lands ...
  • TV Icon Loretta Swit On Art, Animals, And Activism Loretta Swit is best known for her role as the sexy and smart military nurse Major Margaret “Hot Lips” Houlihan on the enduring TV show M*A*S*H. That iconic character won the actress two Emmy Awards as well as worldwide recognition. The ageless star has also appeared in several movies and on the stage. Acting, however, ...
  • The Real Wall Trump Needs To Break Down The wall we should focus on is not the wall with Mexico; it’s the one that keeps America divided. Take a look at the last few months: So much energy and so many resources put into heated clashes between people of opposing political views, culminating in a presidential inauguration unprecedented in the volume of resistance ...
  • Now Is The Time-Pitch In I recently blogged about the political climate, about staying focused on an issue, and not getting distracted by partisan political “religions” and finding a way of working together for the greater good. That greater good in my life is, of course, Less Cancer – the goal of actually reducing the low-hanging, preventable incidences of cancer. Cancer is something ...
  • This One Banana Will Change Your Life We’re all pretty judgemental when it comes to outward appearances. We write off certain chunks of the country because they voted for Donald Trump. We’ve all retreated inward and wrote people off because of their overt feelings or appearance but we don’t often consider what’s inside. This video from spoken word poet Daniel Nwosu Jr ...
  • Why I Love My Muffin Top AKA Healing From My Eating Disorder I learned about body shaming in sixth grade, when the boy I had the biggest crush on told me to “go home and take some growing pills,” because my breasts hadn’t yet developed. I did go home, but I cried to my perplexed mother instead, who encouraged me to shake it off. This silken-haired boy with ...
  • Trump’s whisperer-in-chief is treading on dangerous ground The chief strategist in the White House, a man who rallied a growing white nationalist movement behind Donald Trump, is now telling the news media to “keep its mouth shut and just listen for a while.” We should all be outraged – and more than a little unnerved. We all know that conservative politicians have been ...
  • Donald Trump’s Demolition Derby We’re a week into the Trump administration and it’s pretty obvious what he’s up to. First, Donald Trump is running a demolition derby: He wants to demolish everything he doesn’t like, and he doesn’t like a lot, especially when it comes to government. Like one of those demolition drivers on a speedway, he keeps ramming his ...
  • 7 Ways To Be Your Best In Business When Pressure Hits We all face pressure in our lives, but there’s nothing like that of an entrepreneur facing customer crises and the competitive challenges of a new business. Don’t believe the myth that all you have to do to get rich is bring up an ecommerce website, and the money rolls in while you sleep. Most successful ...
  • Private prison companies may shoot for Trump infrastructure cash In the era of alternative facts, words have become more ambiguous than usual. So when President Donald Trump says he’ll spend $1 trillion rebuilding America’s infrastructure, we should look at the details to see what he really means. Damon Hininger, CEO of the country’s largest private prison company, sure thinks he knows what Trump means. To ...