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October 2011

Ten Movies You Never Watched But Should (Part 2)

Here are the Top Movies You Never Watched But Should, continued. 5. €˜Meet Joe Black′ (1998) €˜Meet Joe Black′ is a fantasy drama inspired by €˜Death Takes a Holiday′ (1934) about Death (Brad Pitt) inhabiting the body of a handsome man… Continue Reading →

Earth Day: Modern Farming and The Enviroment

Modern farming practices such as conservation tillage and no-till farming are responsible for significant environmental benefits often overlooked by Earth Day observers. With no-till, farmers plant crops and control weeds without turning the soil. This method decreases erosion, reduces fuel use and… Continue Reading →

Ghana: Cargill Sustainable Cocoa Program Expanding with Farmer Training

Cargill’s cocoa & chocolate business – in close cooperation with the Ghana Cocoa Board – is expanding its Cargill Sustainable Cocoa Program with the launch of an extensive four year commitment to farmer training in Ghana. The training will be… Continue Reading →

Band Imagine Dragons MTV PUSH Artist of the Week

KIDinaKORNER/Interscope Records artists Imagine Dragons have been tapped by MTV as its PUSH artist of the week for April 16th. Throughout the week, MTV will feature exclusive content including premiering the Las Vegas band’s new video for their current single, “It’s Time,” on Tuesday, April 17th,… Continue Reading →

Tips on Saving Money for Your Kids’ School Start

Orlando, U.S.A.  – InCharge Debt Solutions (“InCharge”), a nonprofit credit counseling agency, has developed seven important tips for parents to follow so that preparing their kids for school can be a manageable and less stressful process  For many Americans struggling with debt problems, the… Continue Reading →

A Weekend of Celebrations for Hunger Games Fans

London, UK. — Film fans took part in exciting events around the Capital this weekend to celebrate the DVD and Blu-ray release of top film ‘The Hunger Games’. A futuristic black chariot travelled the route of the District Line in… Continue Reading →

Eagles of Death Metal Rock The Full Hit of Summer: Review

Eagles of Death Metal, the American rock band founded by Jesse Hughes and Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age, Them Crooked Vultures), is touring Europe, South Africa and North America. Toonari Post had the chance to attend the concert… Continue Reading →

Clean Diesel Technology and Its Effects in the Health

A new study released by the Health Effects Institute (HEI) provides important new insights on the advancements in clean diesel technology and ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel, according to Allen Schaeffer, Executive Director of the Diesel Technology Forum. The peer-reviewed study entitled “HEI… Continue Reading →

Romney Asks Perry Tough Questions on Social Security

The rift between Republican candidates Mitt Romney and Rick Perry seems to widen. The Romney campaign stated on Wednesday that they have considered Perry′s idea about allowing states to run social security. “We reject turning the program over to the… Continue Reading →

NFL Week 6: Panthers 31 – Falcons 17

Despite enduring a disappointing start to the regular season, the Carolina Panthers (1-4) travelled to The Georgia Dome with hopes of upsetting the inconsistent Atlanta Falcons (2-3). The Falcons, current NFC South champions, have recorded close fought victories over both… Continue Reading →

Taman Safari Indonesia: Striving to Protect Animals

You would never think you′d get the opportunity to hold a baby tiger, ride an elephant through jungle trails, or see inside a hippopotamus′s giant mouth from only a few feet away—and certainly not all in the same day. But… Continue Reading →

Pilots N Paws: Flying for a Better Life for Pets

Debi Boies, co-founder of Pilots N Paws, tells about the genesis of the aviation transport non-profit here. But before that, she and the organization which specialises in connecting animal rescuers with pilots made experience with ground travel and volunteers still… Continue Reading →

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