College football fans used an American flag to save a cat hanging from the top deck of the stadium

Images by Matt Diaz, used with permission. Here’s Matt at 16 and 497 pounds compared to just after surgery, at 22 and 220 pounds. During his weight loss journey, Matt became passionate about promoting body positivity for people of all shapes and sizes. To stay motivated, she began sharing her journey on social media, posting … Read more

TWAW: Common shooting errors

This summer I spent time writing about filming basics and basic distance exercises. This article will summarize these topics by reviewing common shooting errors. I will classify the errors into four categories: Flu / Posture, Trigger Control, Target, and Psychological. Grip / Stance Errors Neglect that your firing hand is too high on the weapon … Read more

Man sentenced to more than 20 years in prison for murdering trans teenagers

Nikki Kuhnhausen – Photo: Facebook. A 27-year-old Washington state man has been sentenced to more than 20 years in prison after being found guilty of killing transgender teenager Nikki Kuhnhausen in 2019. Last month, a jury found David Bogdanov of Vancouver, guilty of second-degree murder and malicious harassment – A hate crime charge – for … Read more

Can Oceanside Surfer Caity Simmers repeat SuperGirl Surf Pro Win?

OCEANSIDE, CA – The Nissan Super Girl Surf Pro returns to Oceanside Sept. 17-19 for its 15th year at Oceanside Pier. The nationally televised event is the world’s largest women’s surfing competition, with more than 80 of the world’s top surfing professionals scheduled to compete. Oceanside City surfing champion Caitlin Simmers won the Super Girl … Read more

California women show up at Newsom

Now, women seem to be returning the favor, consolidating their status as a key voting bloc for Newsom and the Democrats starting the 2022 election cycle. “This vote is not a surprise. This is a huge thank you and a vote of confidence in Gavin Newsom for all the ways he has advocated for women, … Read more

Miss Naturalista embraces natural hair with the new St. Thomas

What started out as frustrating hair problems has become a thriving business for Denise Benjamin, who opened her second Miss Naturalist store Saturday at Yacht Haven Grande in St. Louis. Thomas. “Miss Naturalist started with my struggles and my lack of finding products for my hair and having access to products for my hair,” Benjamin … Read more

Livelihood struggle in northern Ghana fuels land use conflict risk – CIFOR Forests News

Go to the market with charcoal, Chiana, Kassena district Nankana – Ghana. CIFOR / Axel Fassio In northern Ghana, many people struggle to earn a decent living amid high levels of poverty and few job opportunities, a situation that fuels an increased risk of conflict between communities that share a common landscape and their resources. … Read more