Tag: "COVID-19"


News Flashes 10.15.21: You Season 3, New Adele Single, and US To Lift Travel Ban

October 15, 2021 | By Maddison Kate

Today we talk about You season 3, Adele’s new single, and the travel ban being lifted on November 8th. You Gets Messy The highly anticipated season 3 of You hit Netflix at midnight. Spoiler warning for the first two seasons: We left the serial killer, Joe, moving in with his fellow murderer-wife who was pregnant […]


News Flashes 10.13.21: Shatner’s Space Trip, Gabby Petito Update, Coachella’s New Mandate, and Netflix Book Club

October 13, 2021 | By Maddison Kate

Today we talk William Shatner’s space travels, an update on the Gabby Petito case, and Coachella’s vaccine requirement reversal for 2022. William Shatner Goes to Space Cue your Star Trek jokes because Captain Kirk himself has gone to space. Today, William Shatner launched into orbit on the Blue Origin flight along with three others. At […]


News Flashes 8.25.21: A Tribute to Charlie Watts, Olivia Rodrigo Credits Hayley Williams, Nirvana Gets Sued, OnlyFans Takes Back Their Ban, and Delta Airlines Sets New Mandates

August 25, 2021 | By Maddison Kate

Today we are paying tribute to Charlie Watts, Olivia Rodrigo is giving credit to Paramore for “Good 4 U”, Nirvana is getting sued by the “Nevermind” baby, OnlyFans is taking back their new policies, and Delta Airlines is pushing for the employees to get vaccinated.


Basslines and Protest Signs Part 81: Vaccine Passports are Not Segregation

August 18, 2021 | By Brett Callwood

Basslines and Protest Signs is Brett Callwood’s column looking at the intersection of music and politics. This week talks about the latest moves by some venues to require proof of vaccination.

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Basslines and Protest Signs Part 80: Delta Screws Us

August 4, 2021 | By Brett Callwood

Basslines and Protest Signs is Brett Callwood’s column looking at the intersection of music and politics. This week talks about the rise of the Delta variant threatening to shut down live music again.

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AAPI Heritage Month: Locally Owned Asian Businesses Giving Back

May 11, 2021 | By Maddison Kate

idobi is standing up and shouting about these Asian American businesses, who do the work to make our lives better in local communities. We see you. We hear you. We fight by your side. And you have our support.


News Flashes 04.08.21: Biden Executive Orders, COVID Vaccine Updates, Will Yip’s AAPI Fundraiser, Netflix Inks Sony Deal

April 8, 2021 | By audreylew

Today we have Biden’s executive orders on gun control, updates on COVID vaccinations in the U.S, the conclusion of Will Yip’s AAPI Fundraiser, and Netflix’s new deal with Sony Pictures Entertainment.


Women’s History Month Week 5: Tegan and Sara and Marci Proietto

March 31, 2021 | By Maddison Kate

We continue to be inspired by women who are out there changing how things are being done. Tegan and Sara are using their platform and resources to educate others on healthcare in the LGBTQ+ community. And Marci Proietto is heading some of the biggest animated series in history. As we close out Women’s History Month, […]


Celebrating Women’s History Month Week 4: Essential Workers

March 24, 2021 | By Maddison Kate

It is absolutely not a question that this year has been a challenge for everyone. Some people have had to take on the extra high pressure of being an essential worker while the world has shut down. These women have shown strength, endurance, and compassion that kept us running during the pandemic. As we passed […]


News Flashes 03.17.21: More Attacks on Asian-Americans, Alexi McCammond Steps Down, The First Gay Captain America, and Outside Lands

March 18, 2021 | By Maddison Kate

Asian-American Attacks Continue Following the hate crime committed in the Atlanta area yesterday, an elderly Asian man and an elderly Asian woman were attacked in San Francisco today. A 39 year old man first targeted the 83 year old man. It was when he was running from a security guard after this attack, that he […]