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September 2011

Audatex Show Continuous Support of Vocational & Technical Schools

Audatex North America, Inc., the leading global provider of software and services to the automobile insurance claims processing and collision repair industry, have announced that its donation of Audatex Estimating software to vocational and technical schools has passed the $1 million mark. This… Continue Reading →

New Art Exhibition of Previously Blind Photographers

Denver, U.S.A. — Pictures taken by once-blind cornea transplant recipients make up a new art exhibit that’s scheduled to open November 16, 2012 in Denver. The Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Bank asked cornea transplant recipients to participate in its Circle of Light Photo… Continue Reading →

Affordable Care Act: A Milestone for U.S. Women

New York, U.S.A. — August 1 marks an important milestone for the Affordable Care Act and, more importantly, for women across the U.S. New insurance plans will be required to cover eight critical women’s preventive health services with no co-pay…. Continue Reading →

Is Psy’s Song ‘Right Now’ Really X-rated?

Korea′s Ministry of Gender Equality and Family has decided to make Psy′s song ‘Right Now‘ X-rated in Korea, and Korean people are expressing their displeasure. Since ‘Right Now’ has attracted attention worldwide along with ‘Gangnam Style’, it is expected that… Continue Reading →

Hannover 96, America’s Soccer Legend Steve Cherundolo Announced His Retirement

Soccer legend Steve Cherundolo, known by some as the best American right back ever, has announced his retirement on Wednesday, March 20, 2014. Also captain of Hannover 96 of the German professional association Bundesliga, Steve Cherundolo has been with Hannover… Continue Reading →

Delta Air Lines Accused of Passenger Profiling

The Council on American-Islamic Relations and United Firm of Carolina Law announced the filing of a lawsuit against Delta Air Lines and Atlantic Southeast Airlines for removing two Islamic religious leaders, or imams, from a flight to a conference on… Continue Reading →

Poverty Is a Global Injustice Worth Correcting

Poverty and injustice are hard to separate; poverty is an injustice in itself. India have examples of extreme slum. North America is no stranger to the homeless. Every country has its class systems€”the rich, the poor, and the in-between. Families… Continue Reading →

Anime Boston 2012: Day Three – Finishing Strong

The 10th year of the annual Anime Boston Convention has come to a close, and it was the con′s biggest year yet (despite the fact that PAX East was going on at exactly the same time.) For Toonari Post,  here′s what… Continue Reading →

Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation Features Female Assassin

On October 30, 2012, the long-awaited Assassin’s Creed III will be released. Ubisoft will also release another game for the PlayStation Vita on October 30 called Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation. The PlayStation Vita game will be offered in both regular… Continue Reading →

Boys & Girls Club to Hold Celebration Event for ‘Hop’

Hundreds of youths from the Boys & Girls Club of the West Valley in Canoga Park with support from Canoga Park High School will be the stars of a HOP Drum-A-Long on Friday, March 16 from 3:30 to 5 p.m…. Continue Reading →

True Blood Hardcover Series, First on IDW

IDW Publishing, in conjunction with HBO, is pleased to announce that the first collection of the €œTrue Blood€ ongoing series will debut in hardcover this December. True Blood: Where Were You? is written by comic luminary Ann Nocenti and series… Continue Reading →

Gone Girl and L’étranger: two sides of the same coin?

There′s something wrong with Nick Dunne. This is the beginning of Gillian Flynn’s bestseller “Gone Girl.” One single paragraph of reading and we′re already biased against the main character of the 2012 reader hit. It′s almost impossible not to. What… Continue Reading →

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