Archive for February, 2014

Grapes of Wrath Review

Grapes of Wrath Review

The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck has been called “the most American of American classics” and is rightfully so. The story follows the families moving to California as the Great Depression unfolds, in search of work and restoration of a normal life. The novel centers on the Joads, an Oklahoman family driven out by […]

Jaylen D. Bledsoe – High School CEO

Jaylen D. Bledsoe – High School CEO

A very small select entrepreneurs can start multi million dollar companies. An even smaller select can start these in their pre-adult lives. Mr. Jaylen D. Bledsoe is one of those special select few that not only started a business at the age of eleven, but have successful transformed it in to a multi million dollar […]

De Blasio So Far

De Blasio So Far

It’s been over a month and a half since Bill De Blasio was inaugurated into office as Mayor of New York. Back in November, he won a landslide victory over his opponent, Joseph Lohata, former chairman of the MTA. De Blasio was the Public Advocate, which is a position that serves as a watchdog for […]