Alexandra Balevre

Alexandra Balevre is a creative writing student at Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts. An admirer of coffee, music, and poetry, her middle name is not Starbucks. However, you could probably find her inside one writing one these articles.

Apple Possibly Developing Wireless Charging In 2017

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Apple is said to be developing a new long-range wireless charging system for future iPhones, according to a new report. The Cupertino company is said to be working with partners in the U.S. and Asia on the technology, but it own’t be until at least 2017 to get access to it. “Apple …

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22 of Hillary Clinton’s Emails on Home Server Reported “Top Secret”

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22 emails from Hillary Clinton’s private email server have been marked “top secret” and won’t be released, the State Department said Friday. These emails were not marked as classified when they were sent. “We can confirm that later today, as part of our monthly FOIA productions of former Secretary Clinton’s emails, …

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Donald Trump’s Father was Woody Guthrie’s Racist Landlord

The right-wing media likes to imagine billionaire real-estate mogul Donald Trump as some kind of folk hero, even if there’s nothing particularly heroic about standing in front of a camera and producing the intellectual equivalent of fart noises. In any case, Gawker reported  that Trump shares an interesting connection with a folk hero:Woody …

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Eagles Founder Glenn Frey Dead at 67

Glenn Frey, a founding member of the rock band the Eagles, has died at 67, a publicist for the band has confirmed. “Glenn fought a courageous battle for the past several weeks but, sadly, succumbed to complications from rheumatoid arthritis, acute ulcerative colitis and pneumonia,” reads a post on the …

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David Bowie Recieves Own Constellation

David Bowie will forever be remembered within the stars. Belgian radio station Studio Brussel and American observatory MIRA partnered to register an entire constellation in memory of the late musician. Bowie fans can write Bowie memories and lyrics onto Google Sky digitization of the constellation, which is in the shape …

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Jimmy Fallon Hurts Hand at Harvard University

Jimmy Fallon was back in the hospital last night, just a few months after his most recent hand injury over the summer. where he almost severed his finger. The late night host was accepting an award at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts  on Saturday when he tripped and fell and …

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San Diego Chargers File For Relocation to L.A.

Mark Fabiani, point person for the San Diego Chargers, stated that the team plans to file for relocation to Los Angeles when the league opens the application window in January, and it will be decided by a vote. The primary reason is stadium issues and many of proceedings towards the …

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VIDEO: ‘Price is Right’ Model Smashes Light on Set

After a contestant named Leah successfully guessed the price of a pink ATV on the gameshow The Price is Right on Friday, prompting a freakout, Model Amber Lancaster accidentally stole the spotlight when she lost her footing in her high heels. Fortunately, Lancaster didn’t fall on her butt, but she …

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Actress Maureen O’Hara Dies at Age 95

Maureen O’Hara, the Irish movie star who appeared in classics ranging from “How Green Was My Valley” to the legendary Christmas film, “Miracle on 34th Street” and partnered unforgettably with John Wayne in several films passed away Saturday. She was 95. Her family released a statement saying “She passed peacefully surrounded by …

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Study: Disorders from Marijuana Use Doubled Since 2001

As U.S. policies have become more tolerant of marijuana, and have received more media attention, the proportion of adults using and abusing the substance at least doubled between 2001 and 2013, according to a new study released by Reuters. Although marijuana dependence and abuse was found to be increasing, it …

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