Welcome to our weekly roundup!
Highlighting the different posts we had this week and previewing what’s to come this weekend.
What’s next for the faltering cinema industry?
On Monday, Regal Cinema announced that they would be closing their cinemas.
Regal is the second-largest US cinema chain, and when their 536 cinemas and
7,000 screens go dark this Thursday, it will mark the latest milestone in what’s
been essentially a slow-moving car crash for the entire theatre industry during 2020.
Shoots this week for our newest series – coming soon
BTS of our shoot on Tuesday with our host Shashank Bengali, speaking with Andre Frois
from Singapore Pro Wrestling for our new upcoming series.
Coffee & Conversation with Dr. Yuki Hanyu
Our latest episode of Coffee & Conversation with Dr. Yuki Hanyu, Founder & CEO of
Integriculture. Cell-based meat has huge potential. It could help solve our climate crisis.
Feed future Mars missions. And the same tech could even create DIY donor organs.
The vision is there. The problem… is cost.
Watch the full episode here.
Today is World Post Day, during a US election year like no other. Giving the USPS’s
actions huge implications over the next 25 days – as the world counts on it to deliver
free and fair elections. Mired in partisan controversy, we take a closer look at the USPS.
Sneak peek of our weekend posts
Saturday, October 10th is World Mental Health Day. Two-thirds of people with a
known mental disorder never seek help from a health professional. The pandemic has
halted critical mental health services in over 93% of countries worldwide, at a time when
demand is skyrocketing.