A variety of restaurants are offering deals in honor of National Cheeseburger Day. Friendly’s Restaurants are offering a free medium sundae with a purchase of any cheeseburger for Friendly’s Sweet Rewards Club members. Customers can join the Sweet Rewards Club by downloading the mobile app or joining at https://www.friendlysrestaurants.com/login. According...
(Fargo, ND) -- Around 50 Afghan refugees will resettle in North Dakota. The state's Department of Human Services says federal authorities told them the refugees will be here by the end of the month. The individuals are part of the 37-thousand people coming to America from the country. They'll be...
A Tulum based “awareness festival” which became known as one of the most notorious “plague raves” in North America is going international this November. Art With Me, the Tulum festival which last November lead to an untold number of COVID cases from both attendees heading home to their gentrified enclaves in San Francisco and New York as well as among the local population, has announced a multi-day festival coming to Miami.
The Film That Lit My Fuse: Emmy Awards Host Cedric The Entertainer On The Transformative Power Of ‘Coming To America’
The Film That Lit My Fuse is a Deadline video series that aims to provide an antidote to headlines about industry uncertainty by swinging the conversation back to the creative ambitions, formative influences and inspirations of some of today’s great screen artists. Every installment asks the same five questions. Today’s...
We all know that moment when we recognize a familiar voice of our favorite cartoon characters while watching an animated movie or TV series. But we had no idea then that the voices behind our favorite cartoon characters belong to some seriously talented and famous actors. Yes, there are animated series featuring A-listers for voicing over fan-favorite cartoon characters, which also flew under the radar. For instance, did you folks know that Brittany Murphy has starred in more than 200 episodes of ‘King Of The Hill’? That’s why we have managed to make a list of 16 famous actors you never knew voiced fan-favorite cartoon characters.
Here's what we know: the Ford Edge and its Lincoln Nautilus luxury counterpart will be retired after the 2023 model year. A third-generation Edge doesn't appear to be planned, though Ford has no intention of abandoning the mid-size crossover segment entirely. Instead, it's widely expected to offer an all-electric alternative, something that'll fit very nicely into the Blue Oval's planned EV lineup expansion that currently includes the Mustang Mach-E and F-150 Lightning. An all-electric Explorer is also on the way.
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Commentary: Coming to America: Exploring the underrepresentation of first-generation women in politics
The American Immigration Council reported that roughly 44.7 million first-generation Americans lived in the United States earlier this year. Within this population, there were approximately 2 million more women than men. Despite making up about 14 percent of the U.S. population, first-gen Americans, specifically first-gen women, are hardly represented as a community within our political bodies.
One hundred and twenty years ago, Royal Enfield began building timeless motorcycles. The Classic 350 is one such legend, reborn from the age-old company dedicated to releasing attractive midsize bikes for all experience levels. All these years later, the Classic still catches the eye and pleases crowds, and it’s coming...
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the third of many interviews that Ventura County resident Kathleen Roos has conducted with immigrants from countries with oppressive governments. Citizens Journal is eminently proud to showcase these valuable works which highlight real immigrant stories. All too often today, main stream media treats the topic of immigration in a totally political light. Far beyond the rhetoric of bluster and maneuvering, these stories illustrate the important human story that accompanies each and every immigrant that reaches our county.
National Opinion: Coming to America: Exploring the underrepresentation of first-generation women in politics
The following column is the opinion and analysis of the writers:. The American Immigration Council reported that roughly 44.7 million first-generation Americans lived in the United States earlier this year. Within this population, there were approximately 2 million more women than men. Despite making up about 14% of the U.S. population, first-gen Americans, specifically first-gen women, are hardly represented as a community within our political bodies.
At the top of today’s Hoddle (and I believe for the first time) is midfielder Tang Jiali. I have decided today’s ramble has a theme, and today’s theme is MLS and MLS adjacent people going to the Department of Motor Vehicles. Following my own train of thought, I’ll start with...
“The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” on Wednesday showed the lengths that some personalities on Fox News have gone to in order to defend people who have not received a COVID-19 vaccine. Hosts and guests on the conservative network rail against purported “discrimination against the unvaccinated” in the supercut, and...