January 2012

New Haruki Murakami Novel Announced

Well-known contemporary Japanese author and likely Nobel Prize candidate Haruki Murakami, will release a new book this April, according to his publisher. It will be his first book in three years since his mammoth 1Q84, which was originally released as a trilogy… Continue Reading →

Create & Share Funny Photos With Friskies “Catify Yourself” App

St. Louis, U.S.A. — If you’ve ever wondered what you or your friends and family would look like as cats, download the new Friskies “Catify Yourself“ app and start creating, posting and sharing your funny Cat-ified photos with friends and… Continue Reading →

State Of Department: The Democratic Party Leaves Us To Party

€œWhat I want to say is, €˜I love him; I have forgiven him; I believe in him;′ and as I have said from the beginning, €˜We are moving forward.′€ Huma Abedin, a Hillary Clinton top aide and, €˜Second daughter,′ of… Continue Reading →

Summer Islands, Ready for a Vacation?

Las Vegas: Perfect Getaway for Everyone

If you are in need of a getaway anytime of the year, Las Vegas is the place to go. Las Vegas shows their tourist the lifestyle everyone expects in the United Sates; “you want it, we have it” opportunities. The… Continue Reading →

All-Star Game Ballot Caps Record-Setting Program

New York, U.S.A. — Fan balloting for the 17 elected starting position players in the 83rd All-Star Game, to be played Tuesday, July 10 at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, ended during June 29th night with the record-setting conclusion of… Continue Reading →

‘Die Hard 5′ Worries Fans of the Franchise

Twentieth Century Fox announced on February 22, 2012 that the fifth Die Hard film, €˜A Good Day to Die Hard′, will be heading to theaters on February 14, 2013 with Bruce Willis returning as the punchline cop John McClane and Jai Courtney… Continue Reading →

Malaria Alert: Insecticide-Resistant Mosquitoes Cause Concerns

A new study from Senegal has experts worried about the spread of malaria through mosquitoes. The study has shown that mosquitoes can form a resistance to the insecticide used in mosquito nets. Researchers studied the Senegalese village of Dielmo, over… Continue Reading →

Egypt: The Silence of Social Media after the Coup

Social media played an important role in Arab spring demonstrations, which started December 17, 2010, in Tunisia and was followed by similar uprising in Egypt, Yemen, Libya and Syria. The Facebook pages and Twitter accounts of people attending or supporting… Continue Reading →

Holiday Survival Guide: The Skinny on Avoiding Weight Gain

€˜Tis the season for the €œinevitable€ weight gain for some partygoers. But for others, their focus can shift from the season′s greeting of weight gain that many holiday shindigs provide, to being mindful of their intake wherever they are throughout… Continue Reading →

HBO Oscar-winning Documentary ‘Saving Face’ Debuts March 8

The HBO Documentary Films presentation €˜Saving Face′ received an Academy Award in the category of Best Documentary Short at the 84th annual Academy Awards, presented at the 2012 ceremony of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Feb…. Continue Reading →

Syrian Conflict Escalating and President Assad Missing

President Bashar al-Assad has not made a public appearance since the July 18 bombing which killed four of his most important security officials- including Assef Shawka, his brother-in-law. The bombing took place during an attack through rebel forces in the country’s capital city of… Continue Reading →

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