April 2012

The War Stories Sci-fi Anthology Kickstarter Interview Part 1

War Stories is a science fiction military anthology. It’s a Kickstarter project run by editors Andrew Liptak and Jaym Gates with publishing from Apex Publications. The collection of short fiction includes writers from all walks of life; readers will find… Continue Reading →

Baby Boomers Retire with More Adventurous Lifestyle

Michigan, U.S.A. — A new generation is redefining retirement by diving into high-energy activities and seeking new experiences €“ from motorcycle riding and hiking to kayaking and white-water river rafting. One of the nation’s active adult community builder reports that… Continue Reading →

Breaking Down the American Major Baseball League

AL East Rays: Although this team won the highly competitive AL East last season, it will be a tough feat to repeat. They lost some major components from last year′s pennant team including Matt Garza, Carlos Pena, and Carl Crawford…. Continue Reading →

Vintage Las Vegas: A Must-See Now

Fremont Street, located downtown off of Las Vegas Boulevard, was the first paved road of Las Vegas and still holds some of the best attractions off the Las Vegas Strip. Fremont Street consists of the same basics as the strip,… Continue Reading →

Are Violent Crimes a Result of Ice Cream Sales?

Patrick Rothfuss in Interview

For fantasy fans, Patrick Rothfuss is a man who needs no introduction. The Name of the Wind and The Wise Man’s Fear have earned the Wisconsin author praise from critics and fans alike for his sophisticated storytelling and unique worldbuilding…. Continue Reading →

Roger Waters The Wall: Over 750,000 Fans in South America

New York, U.S.A. – Roger Waters’ extraordinary production of The Wall has smashed attendance records in South America playing to over 750,000 fans across a record-breaking 15 open-air stadiums shows in Chile, Brazil and Argentina. This is the largest number of stadium shows ever played… Continue Reading →

Philanthropist Donates $1.1 Million to Anti-Drug Program

Springfield, U.S.A. – In February, the proposed elimination of Illinois ’s entire $2.6 million youth drug prevention budget by Governor Pat Quinn caught the attention of Highland Park resident Larry Goodman, who unsuccessfully advocated against the cut, but eventually reached for his own… Continue Reading →

NASA Mars Curiosity Rover Begins Moving From Landing Site

Pasadena, U.S.A. — NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity has begun driving from its landing site, which scientists announced today they have named for the late author Ray Bradbury. Making its first movement on the Martian surface, Curiosity’s drive combined forward, turn… Continue Reading →

American Idol Live! Returns for 2012 Tour

Los Angeles, U.S.A. – American Idol LIVE! returns this summer for another hit tour to showcase this season’s talented top 10 finalists. Launching the careers of many, the American Idol LIVE! Tour is the first chance to see your favorites in concert!… Continue Reading →

€œLuck Be a Lady€ Ad Campaign Features Sean “Diddy” Combs AKA PDiddy

Ultra Premium Vodka and Sean “Diddy” Combs AKA PDiddy roll big and hit the jackpot with a fresh new ad campaign that takes audiences on a first-person journey into a special night out in Sin City to the tune of Frank Sinatra’s… Continue Reading →

US Gas Prices on a Record High

Aurora, Ill., U.S.A. — AAA Chicago’s most recent Fuel Gauge Report estimates that in Illinois, the average regular unleaded gasoline prices decreased $.08 in July with an average cost of $3.60 for the month. This price is $.27 lower than last… Continue Reading →

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