June 2012

London Fashion Week is over after 5 days of intense activity

All good things come to an end – so does this year′s London Fashion Week. After five days of busy schedules packed with catwalk shows, film screenings, presentations, talks and receptions hosted either for the British Fashion Council (BFC) or… Continue Reading →

Lessons from Mayan Doomsday Failure

To say that the vast majority of people in the world did not expect the world to end last Friday would be a gross understatement. The 21st came and went with a whimper, not an explosion of super volcanoes, hidden rogue… Continue Reading →

Obamacare Law Upheld Thanks to Conservative Justice

There is the no two ways about it, President Obama received a huge victory today, and got it from an unexpected source. Chief Justice John Roberts was the deciding vote that upheld the individual mandate for the Affordable Care Act…. Continue Reading →

Father Visits Iraq to Experience the Footsteps of His Lost Soldier Son

As the U.S. military withdraws its forces from Iraq, the families of more than 4,000 fallen American soldiers cope with another holiday season without their loved ones. Robert Stokely, the father of a fallen soldier, wanted to bring a sense… Continue Reading →

Enhancing Early Childhood STEM Learning Through the Arts

Vienna, U.S.A — On September 27, Following a successful first year, Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts and Northrop Grumman Foundation announced their partnership renewal in continuance of a national Early Childhood STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Learning Through the Arts initiative… Continue Reading →

Meet the Media Companies Lobbying Against Transparency

News organizations cultivate a reputation for demanding transparency, whether by suing for access to government documents, dispatching camera crews to the doorsteps of recalcitrant politicians, or editorializing in favor of open government. But now many of the country’s biggest media… Continue Reading →

Hawaiian Flavors at Eddie Aikau Restaurant & Surf Museum

Just steps away from the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, located in the Kings′ Shops, is Hawaii Island favorite, Eddie Aikau Restaurant & Surf Museum. Created for the legacy of popular big wave surfer Eddie Aikau, this Waikoloa restaurant… Continue Reading →

London 2012 Opening Ceremony, Most Watched

London, U.K. — Live coverage of the London 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony Friday night by Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium has broken records as the most-watched Summer Olympic Games broadcast on record in Canada. On average, 6.4 million Canadians… Continue Reading →

Most Important Home Utility Is Internet Service, According to Survey

Basking Ridge, U.S.A. — More than half (52 percent) of all U.S. Consumers surveyed say Internet service is their home’s most important utility, according to the first in a series of tech consumer research surveys, called the Verizon FiOS Innovation Index:… Continue Reading →

UAE Issues a New Law for Internet Users

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) President, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, issued a new law for electronic crimes that will punish anyone who tries to overthrow the government, hold illegal demonstrations, or affect the dignity of the state by… Continue Reading →

Aspiring Chefs Compete for Scholarships

If you are creative and love to cook, here is your chance to turn that combination into an opportunity to create your own tomorrow with a culinary education. It could start with a tuition scholarship to one of The International… Continue Reading →

GingerNewYork TV Show Will Host Popa Chubby On Dec. 21

Ted Horowitz aka Popa Chubby is a survivor. His father died when he was seven. He was abandoned and raised himself. He moved to New York City when he was 18 and started playing music. He developed a huge drug… Continue Reading →

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