Florida becomes 8th state to enact anti-trans sports ban this year


By Devan Cole, CNN Florida became the eighth state this year to ban transgender girls and women in public secondary schools and colleges from participating on girls’ and women’s sports teams after its Republican governor signed the restrictive measure into law on Tuesday.The action by Gov. Ron DeSantis comes during a record-breaking year for anti-trans bills in statehouses across theContinue reading “Florida becomes 8th state to enact anti-trans sports ban this year”

Elan Ooops “He can build Tesla’s in Texas-cant sell Tesla’s in Texas’


Texas is oil country, OIL! All over the state there are OIL refinerys. However for the worlds largest economies,OIL is so 2001. OIL is bad, the new world is electric. Texas and a few oil producing states didnt get the memo. One of the biggest news stories of 2020 was Tesla’s plans to build aContinue reading “Elan Ooops “He can build Tesla’s in Texas-cant sell Tesla’s in Texas’”

The Town That Kanye Built


By:Mallory Rice and Photographs by Lauren Modler In the year 2018 BC (Before Celebrities), Cody, Wyoming, was just Cody, Wyoming. But then Ye moved in, promising jobs, a creative scene, and…a urine garden? When people from Cody, Wyoming, say that winter “blows the assholes away,” it’s both a lighthearted joke and a prayer. The townContinue reading “The Town That Kanye Built”

Exclusive: Hyundai to slash combustion engine line-up, invest in EVs – sources


By Gilles Guillaume and Heekyong Yang PARIS/SEOUL (Reuters) – Hyundai Motor Group will slash the number of combustion engine models in its line-up to free up resources to invest in electric vehicles (EVs), two people close to the South Korean automaker told Reuters. The move will result in a 50% reduction in models powered byContinue reading “Exclusive: Hyundai to slash combustion engine line-up, invest in EVs – sources”

A late night Crepe on Columbus


Saturday night and the streets aren’t all right. This is NOT San Francisco a week before the Memorial Day Weekend. The streets are empty. South of Market was dead, the Wharf was filled with local tourist. These are people from the Bay and other parts of Northern Cali who walk around, however they don’t spendContinue reading “A late night Crepe on Columbus”

California Here I Stay


May 2020 I have grown to love Sacramento.  However from time to time, you need to go back home.   It had been nearly three months of self isolation in Sactown, work, home, Safeway, repeat.   I needed out, I needed the ocean. A former San Franciscan, the Mighty Pacific has always had a calming effect onContinue reading “California Here I Stay”

Racism shouldn’t make people uncomfortable in Oklahoma?


For two days , May 31 and June 1, 1921, mobs of White residents, many of them deputized and given weapons by city officials, attacked Black residents and businesses of the Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  As many as 300 African Americans lost their lives and more than 9,000 were left homeless when the smallContinue reading “Racism shouldn’t make people uncomfortable in Oklahoma?”

After 30 Years, We Still Owe Elaine From ‘Seinfeld’ So Much


For better or worse, Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s character was one of the first truly multifaceted TV heroines. By: Farah Joan Fard It was July 5, 1989—when a TV show about nothing introduced America to one of the greatest female characters in sitcom history. Initially written as The Seinfeld Chronicles with a group of all-male leads, theContinue reading “After 30 Years, We Still Owe Elaine From ‘Seinfeld’ So Much”