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On July 21, 2018, a benefit will take place midday at Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall, in an effort to raise funds for two of the MTA's finest officers.

'Peace Day' held in Maryland, Mattie J.T. Stepanek remembered

On Saturday, July 14, 2018, a "Peace Day" celebration was held in Rockville, Maryland, in memory of Mattie J.T. Stepanek.

New York State considering legalizing recreational marijuana

The state of New York is considering whether it should legalize recreational marijuana as a new report comes out in favor of such a move.

2018 EDGY Conference to assist LGBTQ youth in Los Angeles

On November 9, 2018, the EDGY Conference and its Garden Party fundraiser will be held in Los Angeles. This event benefits the LGBTQ youth.

Review: Olympic gold medalist will warm your heart with children's book Special

Two-time Olympic gold medalist skier David Wise released his children's book, "Very Bear and The Butterfly." It was beautifully illustrated by Harry Lau.

Gaultier joins bra wars with 'Free the nipple' fashion slogan

French fashion icon Jean-Paul Gaultier opened up a new front in the battle over bras Wednesday with "Free the nipple" slogans in his Paris haute couture show.

Scratchcard lottery craze grips Bulgaria

Armed with a coin, 96-year-old Stoyan Stoimenov from the small village of Tsurkva outside Sofia hunches over and tries his luck on yet another scratchcard. "I tell myself: 'I will win again.' It's not very likely but who knows," he says, winking.

Five sexism issues at the World Cup

Complaints spreading on social media from fans, reporters and officials at the football World Cup have cast a spotlight on sexist behaviour during the competition in Russia this month.

Romance author discusses novels and feature film Special

Romance author Faleena Hopkins chatted with Digital Journal about her upcoming feature film, her books, and inspiration to write romance novels.

Quite a mud-dle! Filipino devotees slather themselves in soil

They say there's nothing quite like it for cooling the blood, but for more than a thousand Filipinos at a Catholic festival on Sunday, slathering their bodies in mud was a way to show devotion and humility.

Author C.S. Farrelly discusses new book, impact of technology Special

Distinguished author C.S. Farrelly chatted with Digital Journal about her book, "The Shepherd's Calculus: A Political Suspense Thriller."

New Zealand prime minister gives birth to baby girl

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gave birth to a baby girl in an Auckland hospital Thursday, becoming only the second world leader to do so while in office.

Russians, foreigners seek love at World Cup

During an afternoon at a Moscow park, Argentina fan Augustin Otelo is counting not the number of goals his team has scored in the World Cup but the number of phone numbers he has collected from Russian girls."Four!

Britain to press ahead with 'upskirting' ban

The British government said Monday it will push through a ban on "upskirting" -- secretly taking pictures up women's skirts -- after a draft law was blocked last week by an MP since targeted by an underwear protest.

Trump, America's oldest first-time president, turns 72

President Donald Trump turned 72 on Thursday, having returned to the fray of Washington politics after his grueling trip to Singapore for the summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Bend it like Modi: Indian PM trots and treads in fitness video

Narendra Modi, whose supporters boast of his physical prowess and indifference to sleep, has shared the secrets to his morning fitness regimen in a video where the Indian premier thrusts a staff, walks backwards and flexes over a boulder.

Manhattan author discusses 'Mistress Suffragette' book, sequel Special

Manhattan author Diana Forbes chatted with Digital Journal about her latest book "Mistress Suffragette." She also opened up about the effects of technology and industrialization during the era of her book.

Britain's Prince Philip turns 97 in characteristic no-fuss style

Britain's royal patriarch Prince Philip, turns 97 on Sunday, his first birthday since retiring after a lifetime of public service.

Review: 2018 SASI GALA is a success, raises autism awareness in New York Special

On June 8, the 2018 Blue Party GALA for SASI (Specialized Autism Support & Information) took place at Villa Lombardi's in Holbrook, New York.

Saint Francis Prep math teacher retires, grandson graduates

Saint Francis Preparatory High School math teacher, Robert Guthenberg, has retired after 42 years of service to the school.

Review: Cristina Jiménez Moreta honored by alma mater Queens College Special

Cristina Jiménez Moreta is the executive director and co-founder of United We Dream. She was an alumnus of Queens College, Class of 2007, and she returned as the commencement speaker.

Author Preben Ormen opens up about 'White Jaguar' book Special

Author Preben Ormen chatted with Digital Journal about his new book "White Jaguar: An Inspector Marco Nayal Crime Detective Thriller."

Sister Judy Bisignano discusses 'Sister Jaguar's Journey' book Special

Sister Judy Bisignano chatted with Digital Journal about her new book, "Sister Jaguar's Journey." She also spoke about the benefits of digital technology.