Justin Heintz

Hi there! Justin is currently 23 years old and was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and is the Digital Media Director for 88.7 The Pulse.

BREAKFAST NETS $76,000-PLUS FOR EVIT SCHOLARSHIPS

This year’s annual EVIT Foundation Gourmet Breakfast raised over $76,000 to provide scholarships to deserving students at the East Valley Institute of Technology. While EVIT is tuition-free for high school students and financial aid is available for adults, many students often still need assistance in paying their program fees for uniforms, equipment and other supplies. Led by donations from event …

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Apple keeping Mesa, Arizona plant despite GT Advanced bankruptcy

Apple plans to keep the sapphire production factory it built with GT Advanced in Mesa, Arizona, according to a report from Bloomberg. The outlet says the company has told officials that it’s committed to bringing jobs and manufacturing to the area, despite GT’s bankruptcy. “They’ve indicated their commitment to us: They want to repurpose that building and use it again,” …

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Winter Lights 2 Performer Hollywood Ending – Chris Bourne talks new EP, his famous brother & more

For those who haven’t heard the music Hollywood Ending put out – how best would you describe the group? To be honest we just mess around and do what we want all day, you’ll probably find us writing/jamming songs or partying in hotel rooms going mental! What aims do you have for your career going forward? We aim for world …

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‘Say Thanks’ with Facebook’s personalized video cards

  Facebook on Wednesday introduced ‘Say Thanks’, a new service allowing its members to create and send personalized video cards to their friends and family on the service. To make a video for a friend, just visit facebook.com/thanks. Upon choosing a friend, the service will generate a preview of your personalized video card. Limited customization features are available, allowing you to …

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YouTube unveils ad-free subscription service

Google-owned YouTube on Wednesday announced a long-rumored service which lets you stream ad-free music, play tracks in the background through mobile apps for iOS/Android and on YouTube.com, mark individual music videos and other clips for offline playback and much more, in exchange for a flat monthly fee of ten bucks per month. Dubbed YouTube Music Key, it’s releasing in beta …

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Jovian, who played ‘Zoboomafoo’ on TV, has died at age 20

DURHAM Jovian, a Coquerel’s sifaka lemur who starred as “Zoboomafoo” in the PBS children’s television show by the same name, died Monday at the Duke Lemur Center. He was 20. Jovian was the center’s most famous resident, known to children around the world as the leaping, bounding dark brown-and-white primate who appeared in 65 episodes of “Zoboomafoo” from 1999 to …

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Law Enforcement student organizes EVIT fitness 5K

Two-time cancer survivor CJ Goode wasn’t expected to live long enough to attend kindergarten, and he’s been told that he likely will be diagnosed with cancer again. But this Gilbert 18-year-old is unfazed by such odds. “I’ll kick its butt when it comes,” says Goode, a Law Enforcement student at the East Valley Institute of Technology in Mesa and a …

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Obama asks FCC for stronger net neutrality rules

U.S. President Barack Obama took a strong stance on Monday on new ‘net neutrality’ regulations being drafted by the Federal Communications Commission, saying the agency should reclassify broadband to regulate it more like a public utility. The FCC has received nearly 4 million comments after Chairman Tom Wheeler proposed new rules that prohibited Internet service providers from blocking any content, …

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Man in ‘snake-proof’ suit to be ‘eaten’ by anaconda during Discovery Channel special

Paul Rosolie, a filmmaker and naturalist, built a custom snake-proof suit so he could be devoured by an anaconda for a Discovery Channel television special. A YouTube promo for the Dec. 7 special — titled, predictably, “Eaten Alive” — shows Rosolie stalking an anaconda, otherwise minding its own business, before it presumably attacks and eats him, which is not shown in …

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