On demand, efficient and sustainable: Vision URBANETIC answers the questions of future urban mobility by offering a van that can transport cargos and persons. The post Mercedez Benz Vision URBANETIC Drives the City of the Future with Driverless Van to Transport Cargo and Bodies appeared first on The Scope Weekly™ magazine.
Income and poverty numbers for 2017 The post 2017 Median Annual Earnings for Men is $52,146 while for Women It’s $41,977 appeared first on The Scope Weekly™ magazine.
Economy adds more jobs than expected in August, unemployment remains below 3.9%. The post US Employment Numbers Continue to Surprise appeared first on The Scope Weekly™ magazine.
The teacher pay penalty has hit a new high. Trends in the teacher wage and compensation gaps through 2017. The post Infographic: EPI New Report: Teacher Pay Gap Widening appeared first on The Scope Weekly™ magazine.
In “Peppermint” Jennifer Garner helms a predictable and problematic action film, proving that formulaic rip-offs of 1980’s vigilante films won’t work in 2018. The post Film Review: Peppermint is a Classic Action Film – That’s the Problem appeared first on The Scope Weekly™ magazine.
Everyone except Google appears before Congress tech Committee even though the tech giant has recently encountered the ire of the President who accused the company to be biased against him. The post Facebook and Twitter Testify before Congress but Google Remains Absent appeared first on The Scope Weekly™ magazine.
In protest of Colin Kaepernick’s appointment to the Nike campaign, critics have responded by burning Nike trainers and clothing leading to wonder how the brand’s new advertising campaign will fare. The post Among Controversy, Colin Kaepernick Signed by Nike appeared first on The Scope Weekly magazine.
The Aspen JAS music festival ends with all-time record attendance and a top-notch musical line-up. Gary Clark Jr., The Record Company, and the Zac Brown Band wrapped it up to an enthusiastic audience. The post Jazz Aspen Snowmass Festival Closes Out on a Blistering High Note appeared first on The Scope Weekly magazine.
A heartfelt performance from Jack Johnson and his band left the public happy at JAS. The post Photoshoot: Jack Johnson Shared His Passion at Jazz Aspen Snowmass appeared first on The Scope Weekly magazine.
In his directorial debut, Searching director Aneesh Chaganty takes on the challenge of translating the digital screen onto the cinema screen. The post Film Review: Searching for Truth Beneath the Digital Facade appeared first on The Scope Weekly magazine.