Zoe Zorka

Zoe has been a staff writer at The Source since January of 2017. She specializes in pop culture, music, tech, politics, women's issues, and more. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @zoeshrugged.

NFL Announces Draft Changes in Response to Coronavirus

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The NFL today announced that they will be joining the hundreds of thousands of American businesses that are making drastic operational changes in light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Following the guidance of medical experts such as the CDC and other health departments as well as recommendations from Nevada and the City of Las Vegas public […]

Amy Klobuchar Ends Presidential Run following Salt Lake City Event

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Early Monday morning, Democratic candidate Amy Klobuchar put on a brave face as she stepped on the stage in Salt Lake City in front of a small crowd of loyal followers- followers who knew that the Minnesota senator’s run was likely coming to an end. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Klobuchar officially suspended her campaign […]

Pete Buttigieg Suspends Presidential Bid

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After a less-than-stellar finish in the South Carolina primary, Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor from South Bend, Indiana, officially announced on Sunday that he would be suspending his campaign. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information “The truth is the path has narrowed to a close for our candidacy if not for our cause,” Buttigieg, 38, told […]

[WATCH] Snoop Dogg Joins Jada Pinkett Smith on ‘Red Table Talk’

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Jada Pinkett Smith kicked off the 2020 season of her Facebook Watch show, Red Table Talk, with a guest appearance by Snoop Dogg, who took the opportunity to apologize for his comments towards Gayle King regarding her comments about Kobe Bryant’s past controversies. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information The controversy began almost a month ago […]

EXCLUSIVE: Presidential Candidate Tulsi Gabbard Says Lauryn Hill is the Best Hip-Hop Artist Ever and She Knows How to Beat Trump in 2020

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With just over a week until Super Tuesday, Democratic presidential hopefuls are doing whatever it takes to court undecided voters in an attempt to secure the party nomination (and hopefully a seat in the Oval Office). On Friday, Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard held a town hall event in Utah where she stressed non-partisanship, unity, and […]

Exclusive: Pete Buttigieg Talks Bringing U.S. Citizens Together, Rising Cost of Living During Utah Campaign Stop

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As the Democratic race for presidential nominee heats up, over 4,500 people braced below-freezing temperatures on Monday night as Democratic hopeful Pete Buttigieg took the stage in Salt Lake City for a town hall event. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information The Source had the chance to interview the former South Bend mayor before the event and […]

Several Major Hip-Hop Artists Endorse Democratic Frontrunner Bernie Sanders

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The second Democratic primary of the 2020 election has concluded in New Hampshire and unlike Iowa, where results were murky, the New Hampshire primary has confidently concluded that Bernie Sanders is the victor. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information The Vermont senator, who enjoyed a meteoric rise to the national stage in the 2016 election before […]

Technology and Hip-Hop Culture Converge at Sundance Film Festival

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This year’s Sundance Film Festival was a hotbed of great new films from around the world as well as a chance for new and experienced filmmakers to showcase their art. This year, technology played a major role in the festival from an underwater VR experience to several explosive documentaries that focused on the challenges of […]

Xbox Announces Bounties of up to $20,000 for Gamers to Identify Bugs

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As Microsoft continues to roll out more and more games for its Xbox Live platform, the company is taking an unprecedented approach to identify and correct bugs. Rather than relying exclusively on programmers and professional testers, they’re turning to their audience and offering bounties for players who identify bugs and other security vulnerabilities and report them […]

Exclusive: Ron Howard Talks His ‘Rebuilding Paradise’ Documentary

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In the fall of 2018, the Camp fire wreaked havoc on the Northern California town of Paradise, destroying more than 14,000 homes, ending 85 lives, displacing tens of thousands of residents, and earning its place in history as the most destructive wildfire in California history. The fire served as a political flashpoint, drawing attention to […]

Blackhouse Announces Star-Studded Sundance Events

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As Sundance Film Festival prepares to kick off this weekend, stars, celebrities, artists, and filmmakers are descending upon snowy Park City to showcase some of this year’s most highly-anticipated films, works of art, and special events. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information At the heart of the festival is the iconic Blackhouse, put on by The […]

Eminem Drops Surprise Album, ‘Music To Be Murdered By’

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Despite the fact that the holidays are long over, Eminem gave his fans a belated present late Thursday night/early Friday morning when he dropped his latest album, titled Music To Be Murdered By, completely by surprise. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Eminem made the unexpected announcement on Friday morning at about 12:05 am EST via […]

Loving The Doux: How a Hip-Hop Inspired Brand is Making Haircare Fun Again

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Ever since Biblical times, women (and men) have taken pride in their hair with hairstyles often seen as a reflection of status, personality, and culture. Even during the worst years of the recession, research shows that the two categories that are immune to economic loss are alcohol sales and beauty expenditures (hair, makeup, and nails). […]

Sundance 2020’s Diverse Lineup Promises Something for Everyone

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With less than three weeks to go until the first day of the 2020 Sundance Film festival, organizers are revealing details about this year’s film, music, and panel lineup as well as special events that promise to showcase what’s next in movies, television, and cultural influence. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information The iconic festival, which […]

California Rings in 2020 with Controversial Data Privacy Overhaul

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Consumer data has been a hot-button issue in recent years with celebrities, artists, consumer advocacy organizations, and politicians on both sides of the aisle advocating for stronger digital privacy measures. The California Consumer Privacy Act, which went into effect on January 1, 2020, has been widely lauded as the “most sweeping data privacy law in […]

Omarosa Publicly Suggests Trump is Out for Revenge

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As the debate continues to surround the highly contentious impeachment hearings, former White House official Omarosa Manigault Newman is sharing her thoughts on what her former reality star-turned president boss, Donald Trump, may be thinking heading into the holiday season: revenge. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Newman joined MSNBC’s Kendis Gibson in a segment yesterday […]

Murdered Rappers Who Died Too Soon

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As the hip-hop world continues to mourn the death of Juice WRLD, his passing sheds a light not just on the drug culture’s influence within the hip-hop community, but also a larger trend of rappers dying untimely deaths- many before their 30th birthdays. If the drug culture plays a pervasive part of rap music, so […]

Rappers Who Died of Health, Accidents, or Natural Causes

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There has been a great deal of news around the rappers who have met their untimely deaths due to drug use or violence. After all, such topics generally make sensationalized news stories. However, many rappers have also met tragic endings due to the types of causes that can take us all- illness, accidents, or other […]

Hip-Hop and Drugs: How Prominent Rappers Lose Their Lives For The High

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Since its inception, hip-hop music has been littered with reference to the drug culture. From Dr. Dre’s ode to marijuana on The Chronic to southern rappers introducing purple drank into the vocabulary of most Americans, drugs have always been a part of the medium. Yet while many rappers have openly stated that their reference to […]

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