Hollywood continues to highlight the next generation of entertainers making waves across all platforms. For example, there’s Tom Holland’s “Spider Man” smashing box office numbers as the sixth-highest grossing movie in America. Of course The CW was always ahead of the times in terms of promoting young, upcoming talent. In the world of CW superhero dramas, “Naomi” is a prime example of that very talent.
Tickets for Marvel Studios’ upcoming third installment of the Spider-Man franchise were supposed to be on sale midnight on Nov. 29. While some die-hard Spidey fans were quick to grab tickets, others were met with delays including ticket website crashes.
The arrival of “Spider-Man: No Way Home” tickets crashed AMC and vendors’ websites, including Fandango and Regal.
As the United States combats vaccine hesitation and a surge in COVID-19 cases, the nation finds itself dealing with a new variant in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. While vaccination is important, preparing hospitals for the fourth wave of variant cases should be the number one priority. New York Gov. Kathy Hochul’s swift action to watch a potential new threat in the ongoing pandemic is a responsible next step.
CUNY announced that it will host the 2022 annual conference of the Public Interest Technology University Network.
America faced yet another rude awakening about the role their justice system played in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. Rittenhouse’s acquittal in his role in the murder of two alleged Black Lives Matter protestors reveals the country’s true opinion about the Black Lives Matter Movement.
Voting rights in the United States are under attack by Republican lawmakers in red-state strongholds like Texas and Georgia. The United States Department of Justice’s action to sue Texas over its recently signed voting laws only proves that swift action is necessary in the fight for equal voting rights in the United States.
Local elections may be overlooked by the public, which pays attention to more consequential elections like the presidential or gubernatorial races. However, the race for Brooklyn borough president may have changed that narrative.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced last Wednesday the enactment of a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all city employees, requiring them to receive the first dose by Nov. 1 or be placed on unpaid leave until they provide proof of vaccination. The new mandate will not include a testing option as a substitute for getting vaccinated.
Comic book writers and artists are putting in efforts to bring diversity to their content. The newest Superman, Jonathan Kent, will soon begin a romantic relationship with a male friend, DC Comics, Inc announced on Oct. 11.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to end the gifted and talented program is a lazy attempt at solving the education system’s diversity issue. What the program needs is not to disappear, but to be reformed.
In a 2014 Civil Rights Project at UCLA report, New York was the most segregated state in the nation for Black students. Fast forward to 2018; Updated data found that New York has not changed in segregation status.
A heartbreaking scene many people residing in major cities come across is a homeless person lying on the sidewalk or sleeping on a park bench in a usually populated area. New York City is no exception to this scenario, but hope may have arrived in the form of New York City mayoral candidate and Borough President Eric Adams.
The Pokémon franchise has always had the ability to capture fans’ hearts with its heartwarming and sometimes melancholic moments, and its latest release achieves exactly that.
Netflix Inc. released the franchise’s 23rd movie,“Pokémon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle,” worldwide on Oct. 8. The film was originally released in Japan in December of 2020.
The story centers around a young boy named Koko, who was raised in the jungle by a new mythical Pokémon named Zarude.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the 24-hour news cycle has lacked positive news in the world. In New York City, people turn their televisions on to local news stations and the first thing they hear is a breaking news report about someone being shot.Recently, a 16–year–old girl was shot in the head in Brooklyn days after another 16-year-old in Brooklyn was killed in Bedstudy, Brooklyn.
This year’s Brooklyn Book festival hosted multiple events that brought book lovers and reading fanatics together for a week-long celebration from Sept. 26 to Oct. 4. The festival had events that were held in a hybrid format and all outdoor speaking events and booths were held at the Brooklyn Borough Hall Plaza.