June 2011

“Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams” Now Available

Offenburg, Germany — Independent game developer Black Forest Games announces that their twisted platformer, “Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams” has been released worldwide through Steam, GOG.COM, GamersGate, and on PC (Windows). After 12 months of development, a hugely successful campaign on Kickstarter and a tremendous fan… Continue Reading →

2011 FIFA Women′s Soccer World Cup: Who is Hope Solo?

What if all the pressure was on? What if everything rested on your shoulders? Would you falter?  What if you were in an epic battle for World supremacy? If your country, your home was counting on you to succeed; could… Continue Reading →

Kaepernick Demolishes Packers

Candlestick Park was silenced after second year quarterback Collin Kaepernick dropped back on the fourth play of the game and threw an interception to Packers cornerback Sam Shields, who returned it for a touchdown. Kaepernick quickly brushed off his lone… Continue Reading →

Timberland Officially Sponsors Eco-Conscious Summer Festivals

Stratham, U.S.A. – In keeping with its longstanding commitment to environmental stewardship and the celebration of eco-conscious living, Timberland today announced its sponsorship of two sustainable festivals this summer €“ Mountainfilm in Telluride, CO and Wanderlust in Stratton, VT, Copper… Continue Reading →

2012 Olympics: Usain Bolt Wins History’s Best Race

London Olympics will be remembered for the great 100-meter race that paralyzed the entire world for less than ten seconds. Seven athletes achieved the finish line within less that ten second, on a wonderful night of athletics at the Stratford… Continue Reading →

Sarah Dayan, €˜Greater Than the Still′ and the Self-Publish Experience

The debut novel of Toonari Post travel correspondent Sarah Dayan is a collection of unique voices telling the interconnected story of a diverse set of characters in New York. Dayan is a New Yorker herself and Greater Than the Still… Continue Reading →

Oscar Contender The Iron Lady: Review

When I first heard that they were making a movie about Margaret Thatcher, I was worried. Even though it has been more than 20 years since she stepped down as Prime Minister, she remains a hugely controversial figure. To the… Continue Reading →

Costa Concordia, the Latest Titanic

Friday′s cruise ship tragedy resulted in the death of 11 passengers and left 23 missing. The luxurious Italian cruiser with more than 4,200 people on board, partially sank off the Italian coast due to human errors by Captain Francesco Schettino,… Continue Reading →

Penn Brewery’s Winter Seasonal Beers For 2012

Pittsburgh, U.S.A. — Penn Brewery has announced the release of its winter seasonal beers, Penn Nut Roll Ale and Penn St. Nikolaus Bock. Penn’s new Nut Roll Ale was inspired by the popular eastern European-style pastry made by so many Pittsburgh ”nanas” at… Continue Reading →

Robinson Cano Wins The 2011 Home Run Derby

Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano, with help from his dad, hit a record twelve home runs in the final round of the 2011 MLB Home Run Derby to take home the trophy in his first ever derby appearance. The MLB… Continue Reading →

Study Reveals How to Reduce inappropriate CCTA Use

Royal Oak, Michigan, U.S.A. — Appropriate use of testing is a hot topic in medicine as physicians and hospitals look for ways to improve quality while containing cost to achieve high-value care. This is especially true in the field of… Continue Reading →

Law Enforcement Deaths At 52-Year Low

Washington, U.S.A. — In a reversal of recent trends and positive news for the law enforcement community, law enforcement fatalities declined significantly nationwide during the first half of 2012, reaching a 52-year low. Fifty-three law enforcement officers died in the… Continue Reading →

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