After last week's tragedy in Parkland, Florida that killed seventeen people including students and wounded countless, there has been a call for more gun regulation. It seems after every mass shooting, we've became numb to the pain and have fallen into the same routine. The students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High
As the Winter Olympics start, one man is making Team USA history as being the first athlete who qualify for the Winter Olympics to be openly gay. His name is Adam Rippon, age twenty eight, and is an athlete in figure skating. He came out back in 2015. Not only
With all eyes on two very different teams Sunday night, the Eagles pulled through for the win. It's no secret that the Eagles were the clear underdogs. As I said, the two teams differed greatly. The Patriots have won five Superbowl championships while this makes the first for the Eagles.
Miracle and I were back at it again at yet another concert. This time we went to a personal favorite venue, The House of Blues. Last night at seven o'clock we lined up with the rest of the waiting fans. The line was long, but right at seven they let
This past week, some Americans tuned in to watch the State of the Union. There was also countless protests such as refusing to watch it by the public and being absent from the whole event all together for some politicians. Protests from inside were also common, such as some politicians
Elton John announced last week that he would be retiring from touring. "It's time to come off the road so I can fully embrace the next important chapter of my life." Only after going out with a bang, of course. The seventy year old singer will perform over three hundred
The image of Rosie the Riveter has been widely popular in American history. It has been a major symbol during World War II representing women in the workforce ever since then. The image has been used on t shirts, mugs, costumes, and posters at several equal rights marches. The image
Last Friday was the court hearing for Larry Nassar, the former USA Gymnastics doctor who has came under heat after being accused in countless sexual assault cases. As of this month, over 150 underaged girls have had enough courage to come forward with their stories. Instead of gaining the support
Houstonians gathered from all over to join together for the second annual Women's March in Houston. This year's march was Saturday and as last year we met up at Buffalo Bayou Waterworks Building and then walked to City Hall where there were multiple powerful women speakers. When I first got there
Anthony Allen Shore, or infamously known as the Tourniquet Killer, is finally set to be executed tonight in Texas. Many Houstonians might remember his reign of terror that took place in Harris Country during 1986-1995. Shore assaulted and killed at least four Hispanic women ranging in ages 14-21. He was
Now's that time of year again, Houston, time for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. At the beginning of every year, most Houstonians wait eagerly in anticipation for the lineup of the rodeo that comes in March. Whether you've just moved here last month, or have lived here all your
Miracle and I had the incredible opportunity of going to Day for Night last weekend. I was happy because I didn't have any plans for that weekend and I've never been to anything like Day for Night.
We went on Saturday together and Miracle got there about an hour before me
Around this time last year, I managed to get some tickets to Lady Gaga’s sold out Houston show. After waiting for hours in the online waiting room, I finally got tickets. The concert would be for a year later. Flash forward to one year and Sunday I went to the
To start off, Revention Music Center is a complex venue for media like us. I’d been only to the venue a few times, but this time was probably the most difficult. We had to wait hours to get our press passes and tickets to go in and then we had
“When I went there I would tell people I’m not going there to kill anyone, I’m going there to help people.” In 2014, Hanna Bohman decided to make a decision that would change the rest of her life. Leaving the safety from her Canada home and after seeing the pain
After the orange and blue confetti that rained down the streets blew away, we’re still left in the aftermath of a huge win for the whole city. I can’t say that all of the confetti is gone, since a few days after I drove down the roads and seen the
So Miracle and I went to another concert. This time we didn’t go to review it officially. While I was supposed to be going to have a good time with my friends and taking a break from work, I couldn’t help but making mental notes about how I felt of
For the past two weeks Miracle and I have been going to a concert at least once a week. This week was no different. The only difference was the venue. Our past concerts were at the House of Blues, a personal favorite of mine, this time we went to Revention
The One Direction alumni, Niall Horan, gets back in the headlines again today. His first debut album, Flicker, was just released today. The 24 year old singer first got his start on the British singing show, the X Factor, after being put in the boyband, One Direction. The band went
Okay Supernatural fans, after five long, grueling months, last night we got our first episode of season 13. We're going to review what we learned from last night's season premiere and what we have look forward to in the future. So, naturally, spoiler alert from here on.
A quick over view
Last week we went to the House of Blues and saw Boyce Avenue, this week was Foster the People. Last week it was Miracle taking photos, this week it was me. What an experience. We arrived a few minutes before the doors opened and the line was long. It didn’t
Last night was awesome. It was one of the most fun nights I’ve had probably since school started. Miracle and I had to sneak out early from a semi important senior meeting, but it was totally worth it.
We had got to the venue, House of Blues, about thirty minutes
What should I pack? Should I check in a bag, what if it’s over the limit? How big is a carry on bag? How many days should I pack for? What if the weather is wrong?
Don’t worry. Breathe. You’ve got this.
Okay, real talk, packing is probably the most stressful part
With this year full of possible holidays and upcoming trips, let’s talk about traveling. I’m going to cover ideal vacation spots and how soon you can get going on that much needed vacation you’ve been waiting on. I’ll let you know all the nice hidden vacation spots - and some