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WORLD PRIDE 2019 NYC (vlog)

This year I had the amazing opportunity to attend World Pride which took place in NYC this year. I go to New York about twice a year to visit family and I have done all of the tourist/bucket list things three times over. However, this time I got to something new: attend a pride parade. Of course it happened to…

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I DIDN’T GO TO SENIOR PROM (VIDEO)

Last prom season I published an article titled “A Big Promblem”. To sum it up I outline all of the issues I had with prom. This year, those problems magnified and I felt the need to share how insane prom gets and how unconventional it is. However, instead of writing another article, I made a video. So (after watching the…

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Kennedy’s Essential Apps

Phones would be nothing without apps. Sure we can call and text but apps allow us to do that and more with a simple push of the download button in the app store. Below are 8 apps I can’t live without. AccuWeather – The weather app that comes predownloaded with apple is nice but isn’t as detailed as I would…

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Trying a Magnetic Mask?? (VIDEO)

Target is full of surprises and is a literal Alice in Wonderland-style rabbit hole and I (once again) fell down it. This time I was in the makeup section and I came across a Magnetic Face Mask by E.L.F. Now, I’m not a skin care expert but at first glance anything that involves a magnet doesn’t seem safe for your…

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The Elder Working Crisis

While at the Peace Sullivan/James Ansin High School Workshop in Journalism and New Media my video group produced a news package on the Elder Work Crisis. Below is the article by Allessandra Inzinna on the Elder Work Crisis: http://miamimontage.org/2018/07/14/older-workers/ And below is the video produced by myself, Nyah Hardmon, and Allessandra Inzinna scroll down. Be sure to like comment and share!

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BENZO DEPENDENCIES THREATEN SOUTH FLORIDA’S HUGE ELDERLY POPULATION

Ten years ago, Cheryl, 55, walked into her doctor’s office hoping to cure her anxiety and depression. Instead, she left with what would soon become an unexpected physical dependency. Cheryl was prescribed her first Benzodiazepine. Today, though no longer dependent, she still suffers from protracted injury resulting from having taken a drug considered to be more addictive than heroin. “I didn’t…

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The Truth About Brothers and Sisters

Siblings are truly a blessing that not everyone can have (I would know I have a little brother). At school, I constantly see sisters and brothers treat each other so bad that you’d never guess they were related. After years of seeing this I decided to stop talking about the bad siblings and celebrate the good ones. Below you can…

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