Don’t be Artichoked by Gross Vegetables: Eat the Roman Fried Artichoke!

By Caroline Carr The Artichoke originating in the Mediterranean region, is commonly used in Italian dishes such as salad, pizza, and pasta. Common preparations of the artichoke include roasted, grilled, pickled, and cooked Jewish-style. Otherwise known as carciofi alla giudia, the Jewish-style artichoke is a staple in Jewish-Roman cuisine. This dish referred to as Jewish-style Read More …

Billy in the Fyre: Hulu & Netflix Release Documentaries On Infamous Fyre Festival

By Caroline Carr The Fyre Festival, was advertised as a music festival hosted by Billy McFarland, meant to take place on a Bahamian island in 2017. Both Hulu and Netflix released documentaries emphasizing the gravity of this event and documenting the experience of those victimized by it.   Before the festival took place in 2017, Read More …

Federal Government Shutdown Causes Furloughs, Certain Operations to Cease

By: Alexander Santana While the U.S. Senate is taking up two bills on Thursday dealing with the longest partial federal government shutdown in American history and President Donald Trump’s $5.7 billion request for a physical barrier at the southern border with Mexico, over 800,000 federal workers are either working without pay or on leave without Read More …