Sunday 21 April, 2019
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The Social Magazine
Posted By: Howard Johnson
Howard Johnson

Howard Johnson is a diversified author. He joined TheSocialMagazine in 2015. He is a graduated from MIT, Howard is a lover of Tech but his diversified nature presented him as writer of Tech, health and other categories of TheSocialMagazine.

Liturgy Of Good Friday

Other highlights of the Easter holidays in the Vatican on Sunday morning are the Easter Mass of the Pope in St. Peter’s Square and around noon the solemn blessing “Urbi et orbi”. With service in St. Peter’s Basilica...

Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones set a massive ratings record for its final season premiere. The HBO hit delivered 17.4 million viewers on Sunday evening across multiple airings and including some streaming. That makes theGoT season 8 premiere the biggest telecast...

Boeing 737 MAX

American Airlines does not expect to be able to restart the Boeing 737 MAX before mid-August. Following the crash of a Boeing 737 MAX8 with 157 deaths in Ethiopia in March, and a similar crash of a plane of the same type off the Indonesian...

By Howard Johnson on Apr 15th, 2019
Australia PM

Australians will vote in a general election on 18 May, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced. The poll will decide whether the conservative government wins a third term or is replaced by a Labor administration led by Bill Shorten. All...

By Howard Johnson on Apr 11th, 2019
Israel Elections

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel is ahead after a head-to-head race with challenger Benny Gantz, and is already talking about a “colossal victory.” He has his fifth term in office. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu...

By Howard Johnson on Apr 10th, 2019
Panasonic G95

Panasonic makes some great cameras, but they all tend to skew one way or the other: the Lumix G and GX series towards photo enthusiasts and the GH series towards prosumer videographers. Its new Lumix G95 brings some of the more important video...

By Howard Johnson on Apr 6th, 2019

The ban was triggered by a detainee who wanted a Buddhist monk at his side during the execution. In response to a decision of the Supreme Court of United States, the state banned Texas pastor of execution cells. The State Department of Justice...

By Howard Johnson on Apr 4th, 2019
Yvette Cooper

MPs have voted by a majority of one to force the prime minister to ask for an extension to the Brexit process, in a bid to avoid any no-deal scenario. Labour’s Yvette Cooper led the move, which the Commons passed in one day. The bill...

By Howard Johnson on Apr 4th, 2019
Bus Fire

Authorities say at least 20 people were killed when a fire broke out in a bus at an informal stop on the northern outskirts of Peru’s capital.’ Fire department spokesman Lewis Mejia said Sunday the blaze took place while the bus...

By Howard Johnson on Apr 1st, 2019
2020 Kia Telluride

Remember the Kia Borrego, the homely, body-on-frame, three-row SUV that launched for 2009 and into a recession, soaring fuel prices, and a market shift to car-based crossovers? That ill-fated SUV met its demise after only 22,663 were sold....

By Howard Johnson on Mar 30th, 2019