Daily Archives: October 5, 2017

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New Music on BTN Soundcloud Player (10.05.17) >>> Bear Grizzly: “Zion”


New Music on BTN Soundcloud player comes from Chicago emcee Bear Grizzly.  His new single “Zion” is produced by DJ RO and comes from the album Legends Untold Presents: Hi-Life Productions (Volume 2). To listen to the single go to our home page and locate the Soundcloud Player on the right side of the page. Or click the artwork above.  

Not Again! Another Hurricane (Hurricane Nate) Could be Coming; This Time in Central America


According to the National Hurricane Center, Tropical Storm Nate is picking up strength as it pouring rain down in Central America. The NHC is forecasting that Nate could form as a Hurricane by Sunday and land somewhere near New Orleans. To read more about this story click here.  

Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/hurricane-nate-path-forecast-updates-2017-10

Would you trust Seafood Coming from North Korea?


(Photo: Ng Han Guan, AP)

With all the back and forth arguments coming from North Korea leader Kim Jung-Un and President Trump, would you trust anything coming from the country of North Korea? Especially if it is food being shipped over to America. According to USA Today, North Korean workers are employed in Chinese factories that send products to the United States. Those products include wood flooring, sewing garments and seafood. American companies aren’t allowed to import products made in North Korea. To read more about this story click here.

Source: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2017/10/05/north-koreans-prepping-seafood-us/734560001/

Patients are Dying in Puerto Rico Hospitals because of Primitive Conditions and Transportation Issues


According to a report in USA Today, Puerto Rico is still having major issues in their hospitals after Hurricane Maria.. A lack of transportation makes it hard for patients to be transferred to larger hospitals from small towns. Carlos Méndez, an associate administrator at the Auxilio Mutuo Hospital, in Hato Rey district of San Juan said “We have hospitals that are working, but eventually we are going to have to transfer patients.” A lack of communication has also contributed to the difficulties of the hospitals, who can’t provide information between each other. Mendez said the health system in Puerto Rico is now on “life support” To read more about this story click here.