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  For the fourth consecutive day, the Federal Reserve has printed out billions of dollars. This comes in an effort to stabilize the financial market that has been hit by a new wave of volatility. The FED enacts the “repurchase operation” right with the new operation. This allows the FED to print out money and give it to banks in...
Josh Rosen
Josh Rosen will start at quarterback for the Dolphins on Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys as Miami tries to turn around a historically bad start. The inept Miami Dolphins are making a change at quarterback this week in an attempt to turn around their fledgling season. Josh Rosen becomes the 21st different quarterback to start since Marino's retirement Head coach Brian Flores...
On the corner of West Spain Street at the heart of the historic plaza, is what appears to be a whimsical shop called, The Candlestick. As this reporter discovered, (while on assignment for The Sonoma Valley Sun) the alluring, yet subtle fragrance that reached out in the summer-autumn air pulled this reporter right in is locally made. The array of...
Shelter Tails
“Shelter Tails” is a television program hosted by Connie Galli that focuses on animal-related topics. Initially established to raise awareness about the plight of shelter animals, the show has since expanded from focusing to dogs and cats to including segments on rabbits, reptiles, birds, bats, and even porcupines! “Shelter Tails” also includes helpful hints for pet owners, such as when they...
Nick Jacinto
Nick Jacinto, who is now known as "Nature Nick," has loved animals all his life. From the time he was a boy growing up amid the Pine Barrens of New York, Nick was fascinated by turtles and birds and other creatures that were native to New York. Nick’s interest in animals only increased as he grew and he subsequently...
Joomin Hwang
Joomin Hwang is Korean-born actor and dancer who is making a name for himself on the Broadway stage via the hit show titled “The Prom.” Joomin was recently honored at the Tony Awards, making him the first native Korean actor to have that distinction since 1947. Joomin, who was raised in South Korea, started out as a break dancer until...
  Whistleblower Edward Snowden is set to publish his most recent book very soon. However, he, well, his publisher, has run into some trouble with the US government. It was earlier rumored that the Department of Justice could ban its publishing. The department has clarified this and stated that it will not. Instead, the DoJ plans to seize all revenue...
An Internet- of- Things security startup, TFA Labs, joins one of the earliest blockchain adoption crusader company, Factom to participate in a trial funded by the US government to ensure that devices on the power grid are not infected with malware. This project involves securing these devices using cryptographically signing produced data, via blockchain devices. Following a recent announcement, this...
Helene Cronin is prepping for the release of a new full-length studio album. It’s called Old Ghosts & Lost Causes and it drops on October 11th. But first, for those not yet familiar with the artist in question, a bit o’ background. Helene Cronin Cronin is a Texas singer-songwriter and musician. Her rockin’ resume includes two previous EPs, 2015’s Belong To...
Japanese Borscht
“Japanese Borscht” is a new release by filmmaker Eric Rivas’ that is actually a remake of his cult-classic film of the same name. The film features Eric in the role of David, a man who is so desperate to reunite with his stepdaughter that he seeks the help of Japanese Goodfellas.  It will premiere in New York City at Anthology Film Archives on October 5. Eric Rivas recently...