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A LOOK BACK AT THE LIFE OF “GREASE” STAR AND 80S ICON OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN

Olivia Newton-John, the iconic singer and actress most notable for her role as Sandy in Grease, has passed away at the age of 73. According to a statement from her husband, John Easterling, Newton-John died peacefully at home after a decades-long battle against breast cancer. Newton-John's radiance, coupled with a penchant for performing, shone through…

ROUND-UP ON THE SHOCKING RECENT SUPREME COURT DECISIONS IMPACTING EVERYTHING FROM REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS TO THE ENVIRONMENT AND MORE

Since the jarring overturn of Roe v. Wade this past June, the Supreme Court has not slowed on heavy impactful decisions as the political tension heats up in America. From halting the E.P.A’s ability to aid climate change to accept a largely controversial case on how federal elections are conducted, here are some of the decisions…

HOW CREATIVES ARE RAISING MONEY FOR THE CRISIS IN UKRAINE FROM ACTRESS MILA KUNIS, TO PUSSY RIOT, NFTS AUCTIONS, ART EXHIBITIONS AND MORE

On February 24th, Russia aggressively invaded Ukraine's capital Kyiv in a surprise invasion to take over the country by force. The capital was attacked by missile strikes and rockets crashing into residential buildings forcing civilians to flee. More than 2.5 million people have so far fled Ukraine because of Russia's invasion, in what the UN…

FACEBOOK CONTROVERSY: HAUGEN VS. ZUCKERBERG

It seems Facebook and controversy are inconceivably linked at this point.  Frances Haugen, a prior data scientist for Facebook, recently revealed herself as the "whistleblower" behind the recent scandal. In a recent episode of 60 minutes, Haugen reveals that it was, in fact, her who was responsible for copying and leaking thousands of pages worth of…

THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE’S “INNOVATE” ISSUE COLLECTOR PRINT EDITION

We are thrilled to present The Untitled Magazine‘s latest collector's print edition, The INNOVATE Issue, releasing this September 2021 to a global audience. "What does “innovate” mean to you?" That is the question we put forth to all of our incredibly talented artists and creatives featured in the INNOVATE Issue. In the midst of a…

JUNETEENTH 2021: THE NATIONAL HOLIDAY ON JUNE 19TH COMMEMORATES THE END OF SLAVERY

“I introduced this to make Juneteenth a federal holiday to commemorate the end of chattel slavery, America’s original sin, and to bring about celebration, crushing racial divide down to a point of unity,” said Representative Sheila Jackson Lee, Democrat of Texas, a lead sponsor of the legislation to designate Juneteenth as a national holiday, commemorating…

NYC PRIDE 2021 CELEBRATIONS

June is here, and with it comes the festivities of Pride Month. Organizers across NYC worked through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to not allow it to hamper this important time for the LGBTQIA+ community. They coordinated a number of events, both virtual and in-person, to celebrate, reflect on, and encourage activism across the city and…

THE U.S. WON’T REACH HERD IMMUNITY FOR A WHILE BUT THERE IS STILL A SOLUTION

Throwback to early 2020: The COVID-19 pandemic is gradually making its way throughout the world, shutting down countries one by one as it dangerously comes closer to the United States. Then, a seemingly new concept starts to pop up everywhere from statements by scientists and world leaders to catchy headlines: herd immunity. The premise for…

FROM BROTHEL TO MUSEUM STATUS: GERMAN NIGHTCLUBS BECOME CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS

On May 7, the German Bundestag, which is the national parliament of the Federal Republic of Germany, passed a unique resolution. The federal government now has to recognize nightclubs and live venues in Germany under building law as facilities for cultural purposes. According to a Club Commission statement, the resolution's main goal is to protect…

IS AMERICA BACK ON THE CLIMATE CHANGE BATTLEFIELD?

President Joe Biden hosted a virtual climate summit on April 22, Earth Day, and April 23, gathering countries responsible for approximately 80 percent of global emissions and global GDP. The goal of the Leaders Summit on Climate? Underscore the urgency and the economic benefits of stronger climate action and re-establish the United States in a…

WHAT HAPPENED WITH THE JOHNSON & JOHNSON VACCINE?

On April 13, both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the United States Food and Drug Administration recommended a pause in the use of the Johnson & Johnson's Janssen COVID-19 vaccine "out of an abundance of caution."  The CDC and FDA are reviewing data after six people out of the nearly 7 million…

WHAT ARE VACCINE PASSPORTS – AND WILL YOU NEED ONE?

As more Americans are getting vaccinated – more than 20% of the U.S. population is fully inoculated against COVID-19 – a growing concern is arising about how people will prove that they are immune to the virus. Since the first cases of COVID-19 reached the United States last year, every aspect of the pandemic has…

DEREK CHAUVIN’S TRIAL: WHAT WE KNOW SO FAR

Nearly one year after George Floyd died in Minneapolis, Minnesota, during an arrest, restrained under former police officer Derek Chauvin's knee for nearly nine minutes, the case is finally being prosecuted in criminal court. The death of Floyd last May spurred protests over police brutality and racial injustice beginning in Minneapolis and quickly spreading across…

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