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The Week of 2022 September 05 – 11

September 05 Zelensky says Ukraine has retaken 2 towns in counteroffensive Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Sunday that Ukraine’s military had recaptured two villages in its counteroffensive against Russia that began last week in the south and east. “Ukrainian flags are returning where they belong by right,” Zelensky said during a meeting of security leaders.Continue reading “The Week of 2022 September 05 – 11”

Views from the Observer for August 2022

TikTok Has Changed Everything, Especially Book Publishing TikTok’s algorithms take us deeper into ourselves, yet the viral app has profoundly shifted how books get publicity and find new audiences. By Ann Kjellberg READ MORE Author Salman Rushdie Was Attacked on a Lecture Stage at Western New York’s Chautauqua Institution   Author Salman Rushdie was attackedContinue reading “Views from the Observer for August 2022”

The Week from 2022 July 25 – July 31

Things you need to know what happened July 25 House Jan. 6 committee to interview more Trump Cabinet members The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack said Sunday it would interview more members of former President Donald Trump’s Cabinet, as well as other prominent supporters. The committee also is prepared toContinue reading “The Week from 2022 July 25 – July 31”

The Observer end of July 2022 overview

Hi all, Truly can’t imagine a hotter summer. With heat waves in Europe, an ever changing political sphere, and wars still ongoing abroad, it’s a surreal time to be alive. No one can deny that yet we still find ourselves time and time again drawn back to art of all kinds. We make sense ofContinue reading “The Observer end of July 2022 overview”

Bloomberg looking on what is going to happen by ending the constitutional right to abortio

The Supreme Court decision means millions of Americans will have to travel hundreds or thousands of miles to access the medical procedure.

Big retail coffee chain has to face its Starbucks Workers United

Employees of a Starbucks store in upstate New York who voted to unionize last month walked off the job Wednesday, saying they lacked the staff and resources to work safely amid surging COVID-19 cases.