(WIVB) Two volunteers for India Waltons mayoral campaign have some skin in the game- literally. Taylor Fulton and Jane Branicky pledged on Twitter over the weekend that if they could raise $750 for Waltons campaign, they would get a tattoo of an anthropomorphic Chiavettas bottle (wearing shorts). The idea and the design were a
'Persevering and resilient spirit' Chickasha Saya I am Chickasaw, and I feel proud to be Native in 2021. Throughout history, Native American people have always had a persevering and resilient spirit it is in our blood. Our tribes have shown tremendous care and support to our people, the communities we live in, and to
Janice Matthews* always knew she would be a gun owner someday. She was raised in Alabama where her family members rarely left their home unarmed. Still, after more than three decades in California she wasnt in a rush to start shopping around at gun stores.
An award-winning English teacher with a national reputation in Holocaust education and a penchant for making those lessons relatable to students at an alternative high schoolhas landed a new title: Palm Beach County Teacher of the Year. This year, school administrators once again scrapped the traditional surprise classroom visit from Superintendent Donald Fennoy, this
As a public school educator, its troubling for me to witness the rather myopic view many Californians continue to hold regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. This pandemic did not just affect Californians, it also affected billions of humans across the globe
Throughout American history, tattoos have often been seen as marks on black sheep of society. Once viewed as being the marks of social outcasts and criminals, 3/10 Americans now have at least one tattoo, according to a 2016 poll by the Detroit Free Press, with numbers growing compared to a similar poll in 2012