December 2011

No Time for Complacency About the Legacy of London 2012

London, England — The Commission for a Sustainable London 2012, cautions against complacency when it comes to securing the lasting legacy of the London Games. Following a hugely successful Games for Team GB, it is important that the determination required… Continue Reading →

X-Men Regenesis Sees the Return of Blink

The fan-demanded return of Blink is taking Dani Moonstar and her team of New Mutants right into the heart of X-Men Regenesis. Beginning in New Mutants #34, from the critically acclaimed writing team of Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning and artist… Continue Reading →

“Move Your Body 2013,” 3 Years of Let’s Move!

New York, U.S.A. — WAT-AAH!, a line of functional water for kids and teens, announces “Move Your Body 2013″ in celebration of the 3rd year anniversary of Let’s Move!. This year with the support of professional athletes and celebrities, thousands of children… Continue Reading →

Student Loan Borrowers Dazed and Confused by Servicer Shuffle

The Department of Education has been transferring large batches of federal student loans to new loan-servicing companies €” leaving in the lurch some borrowers who are suddenly encountering problems with their loans, such as payments that are mysteriously adjusted up or down. The switch, which… Continue Reading →

The Voynich Manuscript, Alien Book: One Mystery Solved

The Voynich Manuscript, a book that was found nearly a century ago, has mystified scientists and experts for years.  Written in what seems to be an €œalien€ language, with some characters resembling Latin letters, and others unlike anything used in… Continue Reading →

The Rise of Russian Dominance over Arabia

Not since the Crimean War of 1853 has Russian power so explicitly dictated Arabian policy. From 1815 for close to forty years, the Persian Empire of the Ottomans recognized Russia has the de facto protector of Christians in the Holy… Continue Reading →

The Myth About Homosexuality, Bisexuals and Transgenders

Around the world, LGBT persons have committed suicide, got depressed, developed psychological and physiological problems because of rejection and stigmatization in the society. As a result they are open to limited health care and employment opportunities. Although not so many… Continue Reading →

‘Being Flynn’, Creating Character from Real Life

Director Paul Weitz encouraged a wholly collaborative approach with his actors so they could all learn more in concert in preparation for the drama €˜Being Flynn′, in cinemas around the US on March 2. Paul Dano, who plays Nick Flynn… Continue Reading →

Zoë Saldaña to Play Nina Simone in Upcoming Biopic

Zoë Saldaña has reportedly signed on to play legendary songstress Nina Simone in an upcoming biopic. The film, which will also star David Oyelowo (‘The Help’), has been in the making for many years now. Originally, Mary J. Blige signed… Continue Reading →

Hellboy Sell-out Reprinted Prior to Hellboy in Hell #3

Following the same pattern as the series′ debut, Diamond Comics and retailers around the country are now sold out of the critically acclaimed second issue of Hellboy in Hell. In response, Dark Horse is reprinting the second issue. The reprint… Continue Reading →

Lost Publication Found, Describes Penguins’ “Depraved” Sex Acts

New notes from Captain Scott’s 1910 polar expedition have been rediscovered that reveal strange sexual tendencies in Adelie Penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae). The notes were rediscovered at the Natural History Museum in Tring, England by Douglas Russell. Russell said, €œas it… Continue Reading →

Florida Film Festival 2012: April 14th & 15th

The Florida Film Festival kicked off on Friday, April 13, with a one-film opening night event. That was just the cutting of the ribbon, so to speak, as the festival shifted into high-gear on Saturday. Saturday was the first of… Continue Reading →

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