August 2012

Is “Black Friday” Gradually Becoming “Fat Friday”

Fort Washington, U.S.A. — There are a wide range of estimates pinpointing the amount of weight Americans gain over the holidays, but one thing is for sure €“ you know it when you feel it. On the heels of the… Continue Reading →

Pettine Names Hoyer Starter; Good Call?

Although it had been suspected by the media for some time now, Mike Pettine finally announced on Wednesday that Brian Hoyer would be the starting quarterback for the Cleveland Browns going into the opening week of the regular season. Hoyer… Continue Reading →

The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia Makes Seller List #1

In an amazing show of demand for Dark Horse′s newest hallmark in video game art book history, The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia soared to the top of the Nielsen BookScan charts last week, making it the #1 book in… Continue Reading →

Remarks by Tim Pawlenty, Former Governor, Minnesota

Tampa, U.S.A. — Thank you. Thank you very much. Good evening everyone, and welcome to Barack Obama’s retirement party! Four years ago, we came together for this convention back in my home state of Minnesota, and a lot’s happened since then. We’ve… Continue Reading →

$30M Federal Grant Awarded to Pennsylvania Research Team

Harrisburg, U.S.A. — Governor Tom Corbett announced that a public€“private team from Pennsylvania, in partnership with Northeast Ohio and West Virginia, was awarded a $30 million federal grant from the Department of Defense to develop an Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute… Continue Reading →

Interest Rates in Britain on €œHold€

The Bank of England recently announced its monetary policy, keeping the interest rates unchanged again at 0.5% and thereby continuing the trend of record low interest in the country for the last five years. Interest rates in the UK remained static… Continue Reading →

Oliver Stone Adapts Don Winslow’s Savages

Three-time Oscar-winning filmmaker Oliver Stone returns to the screen with the ferocious thriller €˜Savages′, featuring the all-star ensemble cast of Taylor Kitsch (€˜Battleship′), Blake Lively (€˜The Town′), Aaron Johnson (€˜Kick-Ass′), John Travolta (€˜Pulp Fiction′), Benicio Del Toro (€˜Traffic′), Salma Hayek… Continue Reading →

Scientists Developing Gel to Combat HIV and STIs

California, U.S.A. – A new grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) will support the development of a topical microbicide gel for drug delivery. The innovative gel formulation will be a combination therapy against human immunodeficiency virus… Continue Reading →

Atlanta Falcons Triumph Over Carolina Panthers; 31-17

In a game of ups and downs and highs and lows, the Atlanta Falcons (3-3) came out victorious over their division rival, the Carolina Panthers (1-5), in Sunday’s NFC South showdown. Michael Turner led the way for the Falcons, rushing… Continue Reading →

Rainy Summer: Time to Break Out the Poker Tables

London, United Kingdom — For those looking for a great summer of exciting poker competition, be sure to check out the latest promotions at Sky Poker. Although the lack of sun means that we may not be able to visit… Continue Reading →

Vimeo Festival + Awards Opens for Submissions

Vimeo has opened submissions for the second Vimeo Festival + Awards, which celebrates the most creative and original videos online, as well as the individuals who make them. Vimeo will award grants of $5,000 to all of the category winners as well as… Continue Reading →

Mets and Yankees Managers to Campaign For Dunkin Donuts

New York, U.S.A. – Two things immediately come to mind this time of year €“ baseball and iced coffee. Dunkin’ Donuts, America’s all-day, everyday stop for coffee and baked goods, has all your bases covered this summer season. New York Mets… Continue Reading →

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