Saturday, July 13, 2024

Iranian President Dies in Helicopter Crash

A devastating helicopter crash in Iran on May 19 has shocked the country and left its leadership in chaos. Among the victims were President Ebrahim Raisi and Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian, along with several other important officials. The crash happened in the mountains of the East Azerbaijan province during heavy fog, killing all eight people on board. The helicopter crash has significant effects on Iran and the wider Middle East.

Cute Video Game Kickstarters

The rise of independent work and self-employment after the pandemic has led to a fun rise in independent video game producers and Kickstarters. Not to say Kickstarters weren’t popular and successful before the pandemic, but recently, I’ve seen a bunch of ads for up and coming projects. Here are a few lovely projects to follow and support!

For Greek Mythology Enjoyers and Gamers Alike: Hades II Early Access Out Now

The first ever sequel developed by Supergiant Games since the studio’s creation in 2009, Hades II has taken the gaming world by storm.

Sage Crowned Winner at the Westminster Dog Show

An elegant miniature poodle, Sage, emerged victorious Tuesday night at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Sage, the great-granddaughter of a former champion, succeeded over six additional group winners to claim the best in the show.

Bruegger’s Bagels in Williamsville

Bagel Jay’s was up and running for 47 years of business and officially closed all locations several months ago. In its place, we have Bruegger’s Bagels. You may be wondering who they are, or if you can trust them to provide you with a tasty bagel on a Sunday Morning. Let's take a deeper look at who Bruegger’s Bagels is, and if we should trust them to make our bagels.

Spiders on Mars: Here’s the Real Story!

Have you ever wondered if there are spiders on Mars? Well, the answer is a bit more complicated than a simple yes or no. The European Space Agency (ESA) recently shared some incredible images of dark formations, known as “spiders” or “ice spiders”.  Let's uncover the truth behind these mysterious formations. 

Elon Musk Lays Off an Additional 6000 People in California and Texas

There were signs of disturbance at Tesla when the electric car company told employees it would lay off more than 6,000 employees to cut costs.

Record Number of Writers Jailed Globally

The number of jailed writers is immensely growing, with more than 100 imprisoned in China and countries like Israel and Russia entering the list of 10 countries with the most incarcerated writers.

Sudan’s Severe Hunger Crisis: A Call for Global Attention

Sudan, a country in Africa, is facing a severe hunger crisis. This crisis is not only a result of natural causes but also due to ongoing conflicts between different military groups. 

The Pink Fairy Armadillo May Not Fly, But Its Burrowing Abilities Sure Are Magical

What comes to mind when you think about fairies? The more contemporary definition involves fancy wings and a stereotypically feminine appearance, but classical folklore invites all sorts of magical creatures to be classified as fairies, provided that they are humanoid. An armadillo, on the other hand, shares a rather limited pool of qualities with these creatures of folklore.

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