Entries by Andrew Rhoades

Could Greener Lifestyles Lead To Greater Happiness? Studies Suggest So

If you’ve been wanting a way to positively change your mindset, there may be a solution – and it’ll benefit the Earth, as well. According to studies, positive correlations between environmentally friendly acts and a person’s wellbeing have been found.

Jimbo Fisher Fires Back At Nick Saban: ‘Some People Think They’re God’

Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher has fired back at comments made by Alabama head coach Nick Saban saying that Texas A&M “bought every player” in their 2022 recruiting class, which is being hailed as the best class in the era of recruiting rankings.

Thanks To Increased Travel And Tourists, Small Restaurants Are Seeing Their Pandemic Perseverance Rewarded | Uraiwan Srisuksai

With Covid-19 pandemic numbers on the downturn, travel has taken its spot on the top of many to-do lists. Those tourist booms can only be rewarding to eateries like Lemongrass Restaurant and Sake Bar, which — despite numerous challenges — has remained strong and prosperous.

Marvel Studios Signs 20-Year Deal With Genius Brand To License “Stan Lee” For Future Media Use

POW! Entertainment has entered a 20-year agreement with Marvel Studios and Genius Brand that will let Marvel Studios use comic book writer Stan Lee’s name and likeness in future enterprises. Lee, who passed away in 2018, is the creator of fan-favorite super heroes like Spider-Man, Iron Man, and Captain America.

Buffalo Shooter’s Plans Went Online 30 Minutes Before Attack

According to the instant-messaging platform Discord, the 18-year-old Buffalo shooter invited others to read chat logs relating to the massacre 30 minutes before he began the attack. The messages, which make up over 600 pages, were written over the course of months. 10 people were killed in the shooting, while three were injured.

Carvana Lays Off 2,500 Employees As It Looks To “Align Staffing With Sales Volumes”

Online automotive retailer Carvana Co. has announced it’s letting go of 2,500 employees — nearly 12% of its workforce — as they look to “better align staffing and expense levels with sales volumes.” Additionally, executives will forgo their pay for the remainder of the year in order to help pay the severances for departing employees.

SpaceX To Begin Training Astronauts For First Private Spacewalk

This month, the four-person crew for SpaceX’s next mission — Polaris Dawn — will begin training for the first ever commercial extravehicular activity (EVA), set to take place 500 kilometers above Earth. The flight will also see the debut of SpaceX’s new spacesuits, which are upgraded to help better protect the wearers during their spacewalk.

Tom Brady To Join Fox Sports As Lead NFL Analyst Following Career

Following his playing career, quarterback Tom Brady will be joining Fox Sports as their lead NFL analyst. While the terms of Brady’s contract were not disclosed, the New York Post reported it to be a 10-year, $375 million deal, making him the top annually paid sports broadcaster.

White House Working “24/7” To Address Baby Formula Shortage

With baby formula seeing a crippling shortage due to supply chain issues and a facility shutdown — sending families across the nation into panic — both the White House and FDA have ensured they’re doing everything possible in order to alleviate the situation.

A New Skin Protectant Could Be A Gamechanger In The Fight To Prevent Skin Cancer | Janis Isabel Carreras

While the summer months bring plenty of fun outdoor experiences, the Sun can spoil a day — and a lifetime — thanks to skin damage that could lead to diseases like Melanoma. Dedicated to ensuring people are protected against those kinds of possibilities, Janis Isabel Carreras has created a new skin protectant that touts versatility and accessibility.