The boy starred at the man intently, as he beat his drum, intently. Could this mean an end to civilization as we know it? If you’re watching this shortly after I uploaded it, you’ll no doubt have heard of what might be called the Covington Incident – if it’s been… Continue Reading Overreaction: The Attention Game

– Most of us have way more unused electronics than we think we do. Seriously, go through your desk, your closets, your toolbox, and pull out anything with a power cord or a battery that you’re not using. Pile it all up and you might be shocked. The average family… Continue Reading Tesla is in trouble: annual shareholder meeting

TIME magazine called him “the unsung hero behind the Internet.” CNN called him “A Father of the Internet.” President Bill Clinton called him “one of the great minds of the Information Age.” He has been voted history’s greatest scientist of African descent. He is Philip Emeagwali. He is coming to… Continue Reading A Brief Note on the Struggles of Philip Emeagwali as a Black Scientist | African American Physicists

Fairfax County Public Library is celebrating black history in February and all year long. The library is focusing on the importance of using historical census records for tracing your family history including those of African Americans. Census records are really great for determining where your family ancestor might have lived,… Continue Reading Tracing Family Roots through Census Records

Sporty sedans. You see I’ve always been more of a coupe type of guy and no I’m not talking about these 4 door coupe sedans we have in the modern era but more so 2 door cars. That said I can see why sporty sedans are very popular. They can… Continue Reading 5 Cheap Sporty Sedans For Students (And Broke Adults) For Under 5K!!

RAOUL PAL: Jeff, it’s great to be here in Palm Beach and to get you onto Real Vision. Just chatting off camera, we’ve got a lot of friends in common we didn’t. You’ve got a fascinating story and I think people would love to hear the story of how you… Continue Reading The Big Short Billionaire Michael Lewis Missed (w/ Raoul Pal and Jeff Greene)

>>>EACH YEAR THE REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER DEVOTES AN ENTIRE SECTION TO REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOR ITS OUTLOOK. IT INCLUDES REPORTING ON EDUCATION, JOBS, THE ARTS AND MORE. TO DISCUSS THIS YEAR’S SECTION AND ONE OF ITS FEATURED STORIES WHICH HONED IN ON SPRINGFIELD, I SPOKE WITH THE CITY’S CHIEF DEVELOPMENT OFFICER,… Continue Reading The Republican Releases Regional Outlook 2020 | Connecting Point | Feb. 20, 2020

Imagine… Suddenly… A piece of your face frozen… You are unable to control the movements of your face, to smile or blink your eyes. Facial paralysis. Something that affects thousands of brazilians, and also surprised one of our reporters. The human face is a communication mechanism. It is with our… Continue Reading Synkinesis is reversible: TV reporter is back in front of the cameras after 3 years of Bell’s palsy