American singer, guitarist, and songwriter David Crosby dies today on January 19, 2023. According to his wife in a statement made to Variety, Crosby had died of a long illness. “He was lovingly surrounded by his wife and soulmate Jan and son Django,” she told the outlet. “Although he is no longer here with us, his humanity and kind soul will continue to guide and … Continue reading Classic Rock Legend David Crosby Dies at 81
The name Barbara Walters is followed by many titles that have impacted the entire broadcasting facet of modern-day entertainment including becoming the first female co-host of an American network evening news program, creating ABC’s sociopolitical and entertainment talk show ‘The View’ to empower women in journalism, and earning 11 Emmy nominations, 1 Emmy Award, and an induction into the Television Hall of Fame in 1989. … Continue reading Barbara Walters: A Trailblazer in Journalism
As the semester comes to an end, we all get our 2 weeks off for winter break. Let’s see what the staff here at The City Voice will be doing during that time! Continue reading The City Voice’s Favorite Winter Activities
Along with Covid-19, another virus is also starting to go around- influenza, or the flu. Since it is flu season, here is some helpful information about the virus and how to prevent it! Influenza and its Causes: Influenza, more commonly known as the flu, is a contagious viral infection that targets the respiratory system. It can be mild through severe, and can lead to death … Continue reading Preparing for Flu Season
No matter where you saw it – aimlessly scrolling on TikTok, watching your feed of YouTube Shorts, or seeing the large headlines on the New York Times – the protests in Iran have reached the phones and front doors of wide audiences as the most recent fight against an authoritarian regime has risen. Following leaked cases of government violations of human and women rights, many … Continue reading Iran’s Global Fight for Women’s Rights: How A Historically Unjust Country Triggered Worldwide Solidarity
Chloe Diehm My favorite thanksgiving food is mashed potatoes. Nick Hankins Mashed Potatoes Keira Mei Harrel The dinner rolls 🙂 Lia Lin Hawaiian salad! Also- slightly stale stuffing (only Ms. Alexander’s 5th hour English will understand the last one) Niyla Long My favorite thanksgiving food is sweet potato pie Krishna Mano You can never go wrong with stuffing! Turkey and ham are great, but for … Continue reading What Is The City Voice’s Favorite Thanksgiving Food?
Holiday Music is quite an interesting genre containing hit songs such as Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You,” or Danny Elfman’s “This Is Halloween,” however most of the Holiday Music genre is either Christmas or Halloween songs, you never hear songs about the one Holiday sandwiched right between the two: Thanksgiving. Now seeing as Thanksgiving is literally next Thursday from the time … Continue reading Thanksgiving Music: An Honest Review From A Metalhead
DISCLAIMER: These are not official results but were called by The Associated Press (https://www.ap.org/en/) Last Tuesday, hundreds of millions of Americans went to pre-designated places to cast their votes for Senate, House of Representatives, Governor, and Ballot measures. Here’s the rundown: There have been predictions about the Republican party claiming a majority in the House and Senate however it still remains undecided. As of Thursday, … Continue reading Amidst the Midterms
The ways we learn of this annual tradition varies, some from experiencing first-hand, others watching a video in their Spanish class, or maybe through movies. My favorites for the holiday’s expression on the screen have to be Spectre, Coco, and The Book of Life. There is so much to celebrate when it comes to your deceased relatives, even if the day never came to meet … Continue reading Día De Los Muertos
I’m sure many are familiar with the holiday Halloween. Every year on October 31st, you can see people dressed up in costumes, going trick-or-treating, carving jack-o-lanterns, having festive gatherings, etc., but did you ever wonder where this fun fall tradition came from? Surprisingly, the origins of Halloween go all the way back to 2,000 years ago, to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. The Celts … Continue reading History of Halloween
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