With the ReLIFE program, Arata gets to experience life as a high school student once again! After taking a mysterious pill, Arata reverts to his 17 year old self. And so now, he is tasked with living as a high school student subject under observation. What awaits him? What new involvements will he experience? Will the ReLIFE program truly be his redemption in life? One thing’s for sure, living as a high school student again comes with all the nuances of it, so Arata better be prepared!.
April 14, 2018 This week on “State of Wonder,” Soul’d Out sues Cochella, three native playwrights soar at Oregon’s biggest theaters, poet Shayla Lawson’s love letter to Frank Ocean, and the quiet heartache of Black Belt Eagle Scout. Soul’d Out Festival Sues Coachella A David and Goliath showdown might soon come to a federal courtroom near you. This week, Portland’s homegrown Soul’d Out Music Festival filed a suit against one of the west coast’s giants: the Coachella Festival in Indio California and its affiliates.
The league seems to feel the same way as Stephen A. Smith, who said in 2012 when Chad Johnson got caught head butting his wife, “There are plenty of instances where provocation comes into consideration, instigation comes into consideration, and I will be on the record right here on national television and say that I am sick and tired of men constantly being vilified.” Or as he tweeted when Floyd Mayweather was charged with domestic violence, “Let’s not discount the women out there who want someone like Mayweather strictly for the cash. Men ain’t wrong always.”.
Our MPA Watch offshore trial using the Trident ROV inside the South East Farallon Island Marine Reserve was a great test of the ROV in this marine wilderness. Entering Fisherman’s Bay at the southwest end of the island, we were greeted by scores of curious California Sea Lions, even before we launched the ROV. The Akula, the Great White Adventures cage diving operation, anchored near Sugarloaf relayed a report that 4 sea lion kills had been observed that morning, one near their vessel.
The ACA has been the subject of an intense political fight since Obama’s first year in office. According to data shared with The Huffington Post by Kantar/CMAG, Americans have seen more than $600 million worth of anti ACA political and policy advertising since 2009. That advertising was heaviest during the initial legislative battle and during the campaigns of 2012 and 2014, when many Republican candidates aired attack ads involving the health care law..