Entries by Eric Mastrota

Romeo + Juliet Is Coming To Broadway With Kit Connor And Rachel Zegler To Star 

Romeo + Juliet is officially coming back to Broadway. Acclaimed director Sam Gold is set to adapt the famous Shakespeare play with the help of Grammy winner Jack Antonoff, who will be doing the music for the production. 

Vietnam Real Estate Billionaire Sentenced To Death In $12 Billion Fraud Case 

Real estate billionaire Truong My Lan was sentenced to death in a court in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam for organizing the nation’s largest financial fraud case. The punishment is being regarded as a pivotal moment in a decadelong anti-corruption campaign from the Vietnamese business community.

Track And Field Olympic Athletes Call Out Nike Over ‘Sexist’ Uniforms 

US Track & Field female athletes are calling out Nike over their uniform kits for the Olympics, stating that the uniforms leave them very exposed, especially compared to the men’s uniforms, ahead of the summer Games.

The Beatles Next Generation: John Lennon And Paul McCartney’s Sons Collaborate On New Song

The sons of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Sean Ono and James, have teamed up to bring back the Lennon-McCartney songwriting credit in a new song called “Primrose Hill.”

Nestlé Adds Sugar To Infant Milk Sold In Poorer Nations, According To New Report

A new report has found that Nestlé, the largest consumer goods company in the world, adds sugar and honey to infant milk and cereal products that are sold in poorer nations. This directly contradicts international guidelines that are implemented to prevent childhood obesity and chronic diseases.

Young Adult’s Work Schedules Could Harm Their Health In The Future, According To New Study

According to a newly released study, an erratic work schedule can cause dire long-term health consequences such as lower physical and mental functions and depressive symptoms by the age of 50.

Cancer Cases Projected To Rise Greatly In The Future 

According to a new report from the American Cancer Society, cancer cases are expected to rise exponentially in the future. In fact, they’ve estimated that by 2050, the number of people with cancer could rise by 77%.

Bogotà, Colombia Starts Rationing Water For 9 Million People

Bogotà, Columbia is currently experiencing a severe drought due to El Niño, as reservoirs have been pushed to record lows, according to reports. The city’s authority announced this week that residents would have to start rationing water as a result.