April 2012

Masterworks Broadway Releases Classic Cast Recordings

New York, U.S.A — Masterworks Broadway continues to make good on its promise to open its vaults with more classic cast recordings previously unavailable in the CD era. €˜Working′ (1978 Original Broadway Cast), €˜Call Me Madam′ (Dinah Shore and the Original Broadway Company, 1950) and €˜Desert… Continue Reading →

Blogs that are Changing the World

With micro-blogging becoming more popular than ever, people are going above and beyond simply reading about non-profit organizations on the internet and how they can get more involved in life-changing programs. Instead, people all over the world are taking matters… Continue Reading →

NASA Releases Statements on Neil Armstrong’s Death

Washington, U.S.A. — The following is a statement from NASA Administrator Charles Bolden regarding the death of former test pilot and NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong, who died on August 25 at age 82. “On behalf of the entire NASA family, I would… Continue Reading →

Big Bang: ‘ALIVE TOUR 2012′

This year, the high profile South Korean boy band, Big Bang, will make their very first world tour titled ‘ALIVE TOUR 2012′ through Live Nation, performing in 25 cities throughout 16 countries including Asia, North America, South America, and Europe. Big Bang was formed… Continue Reading →

Bloomberg to Strengthen Fight Against Global Tobacco Use

Bloomberg philanthropies will commit an additional $220 million to fight tobacco use around the world and stem this growing global public health crisis bringing Bloomberg′s total commitment to more than $600 million. The announcement was made at the 15th World… Continue Reading →

Newt Gingrich′s Stance on Gay Marriage Unchanged

The Republican presidential candidates still have not learned. So eager to please the older Republican voters and the dwindling members of the Tea Party movement, the Republicans are neglecting younger voters on some issues, mainly the issue of gay marriage…. Continue Reading →

States Petition to Withdraw From the U.S.

The historical election night is long over and the cloud hangs of numerous petitions, signed by 39 states, to secede from the United States. In the wake of the re-election of U.S. President Barack Obama there have been quite a… Continue Reading →

Olympics 2012 Collides with Ramadan

Amidst political furor in Middle East North Africa, civil wars in South Asia and impending recession crisis, the 2012 Olympic is finally here. Tonight Billions across the world will be watching much anticipated opening ceremony of London′s 2012 Olympics games…. Continue Reading →

Bronze For GB Men’s Gymnasts To Spark Much Needed Gold Rush?

Britain′s men won a surprising bronze medal in the team gymnastics competition, and were unlucky to not claim the silver medal after an appeal from the Japanese team meant the home nation were downgraded from second spot. The result was… Continue Reading →

The North American Review: Components to Success

There are plenty of magazines out in the realm of society, all over the world. Magazines come and go over the years, but not The North American Review. The North American Review is the oldest literary magazine in the United… Continue Reading →

Pilates Instructor Mari Winsor’s Beginner Pilates on DVD

New York, U.S.A. — On September 4, 2012, Gaiam, the leading distributor of lifestyle media, announced the release of famed Pilates instructor Mari Winsor’s Beginner Pilates DVD. This new title is designed to teach the correct form, alignment, and positioning of… Continue Reading →

Young Activists Stormed their Embassy in Manila, Philippines

On the September 8, two young and determined Libyan activists stormed their embassy in the Philippine capital demanding the resignation of Gadhafi diplomats. The Associated Press (AP) reported that two men scaled the embassy’s steel gate, barging into the building… Continue Reading →

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