The First POKÉMON Detective Pikachu Trailer Drops

Monday, November 12 brought us two massive trailer drops. One was the teaser trailer for Toy Story 4, and the other was the first official trailer for 2019’s POKÉMON Detective Pikachu movie, based on the world-famous anime and long line of games. This particular movie is influenced by the Nintendo 3DS game Detective Pikachu from 2016. When it was announced back in 2016 that we were getting this movie, it continued the trend of taking childhood favorites and bringing them to the big screen in live-action form. And there was skepticism surrounding the decision…

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New York City Welcomes The Rescue Project’s Vision 2020 Benefit Ball Back for a Second Annual Event

The Rescue Project is once again staging a gala to benefit the Vision 2020 Campaign, which was a marketed success last year. This year’s edition is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, December 12th in New York City and looks to be an even bigger success than last year’s edition. The Vision 2020 Campaign has an objective to raise $20 million dollars by the year 2020 to aid 200 million people around the world, and launched at last year’s gala with thunderous results. Through Vision 2020, The Rescue Project is…

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Artistic Spotlight: Decorated Cinematographer Tatjana Krstevski

For those of you that know the site and are regulars know that we (quite obviously) love the arts and everything about them, and to that end, we are kickstarting a new feature here on the site where we shine a spotlight on an artist that we feel you should absolutely know about! These features will feature artists of all mediums; painting, dance, music, film and everything in between, so each installment will vary greatly from the last. Art is the greatest form of expression and like fingerprints, no two…

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Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooter Likely to Get Death Penalty

Robert Bowers, the suspect gunman of the devastating Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, was on trial today for the murder of 11 congregants. Handcuffed and surrounded by marshals, Bowers entered the federal court in downtown Pittsburgh in a wheelchair. Magistrate Judge Robert read a list of 29 criminal charges against him including the obstruction of the free exercise of religious beliefs, or hate crime, which itself could justify a death penalty. When asked if he understood the charges, Bowers replied “yes.” Prosecutors successfully argued that “no condition or combination of conditions will…

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Condo Owners Can’t Wait to Strip the “Trump” Name from Their Buildings

After more than 20 years under the Trump brand, Manhattan condominium “Trump Place” is dropping the president’s last name. Instead, it will simply be known as “200 Riverside Boulevard.” Located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, the 46-story building stands proudly between 69th and 70th Streets. Along with a number of residential units, hotels, casinos and golf courses, the building used to enjoy the Trump brand and the glamorous lifestyle it implies. Since Trump’s campaign and presidency, however, the building has attracted public scrutiny for its overt affiliation with the…

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