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Volcano erupts in Hawaii

Declared an emergency and prompting mandatory evacuation from surrounding affected areas, Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupts. All residents in surrounding areas are being forced to evacuate, that's more than 1,700 people. The Red Cross has recently opened shelters for those affected. The eruption happened Thursday evening after hundreds of reported earthquakes

Beyoncé’s history making Coachella performance

  Everyone just cannot stop talking about Beyoncé’s 2018 Coachella legendary performance or should I call it Beychella. On Saturday night, Houston’s own, Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter, became the first black woman to headline Coachella. Beyoncé brought out several special guests such as her husband, Jay Z, Destiny Child members Kelly and Michelle,

Genuine fraud: spoiler free book review

Betrayal. Murder. Reinvention. All in that order, E. Lockhart delivers another cunning story full of twists at every turn in her YA follow up novel to the critically acclaimed We Were Liars. Genuine Fraud, whose title alone conveys an oxymoron and gives readers a sneak peek into the psychological complexities that "lie" on every page. This story is

Gallant Returns

Christopher Gallant more commonly and professionally recognized as Gallant make his return to the music scene since his sudden hiatus in 2017. Gallant was born on November 14, 1991 in Washington, D.C. He did not live much of his live where he was born though as his family and him

Anime Matsuri 2018

March 29 to April 1, 2018 was the 12th annual celebration for the Anime Matsuri Convention in Houston, Texas. Anime Matsuri is a 3-day anime convention that happens annually. The convention’s name plays off the word “Matsuri” which means festival in Japanese, to honor Japanese culture. The convention’s purpose is

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