September 2012

Ancient Tulip-Shaped Creatures Like No Other

In 1983, researchers discovered a new and strange-looking species. The creature is so strange in appearance €“ it does not resemble any other species, alive or extinct €“ that it took scientists nearly thirty years to figure out how to… Continue Reading →

Twenty Years After Kurt Cobain′s Passing: An Old Memoria

On the 5th of April 1994, Kurt Cobain, frontman of Nirvana, passed away. Twenty years after his passing, his legacy lives on and his work is still extremely relevant. The sensitiveness articulated in Cobain′s work still expresses the feelings of several… Continue Reading →

How Citibank Dumped Lousy Mortgages on the Government

Citigroup agreed on Wednesday to pay $158 million to settle a lawsuit over bad loans that the bank passed on to the Federal Housing Administration to insure. The whistle-blower who originally brought the case, Sherry Hunt, an employee of Citi’s… Continue Reading →

New Novel on Casino Gambling by Robert H. Steele

New London, U.S.A — At a time when more and more states are rushing to legalize or expand gambling, former Connecticut Congressman Robert H. Steele has written a novel set against the explosion of casino gambling in Connecticut during the 1990s, when two Indian tribes built… Continue Reading →

Speakers for Chicago Ideas Week Announced

Chicago, U.S.A. – Chicago Ideas Week (CIW), the annual seven-day celebration of ideas, innovation, and community geared towards turning provocative ideas into action, announced its speakers for this year’s program, taking place October 8-14, 2012. Tickets are currently on sale and details can… Continue Reading →

Levine Brings Us to New Heights: "BioShock Infinite" Reviewed Part 1

“BioShock Infinite” has delivered. After five years of speculation and doubt surrounding the project, the game has surpassed the expectations set for it. Irrational Games, 2k games and creative director Ken Levine have given gamers an ambitious labor of love… Continue Reading →

How €˜Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter′ Attracted Tim Burton

The upcoming movie €˜Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter′ explores the secret life of America′s 16th president, and the untold story that shaped the nation. Visionary filmmakers Tim Burton and Timur Bekmambetov (director of €˜Wanted′) bring a fresh voice to the bloodthirsty… Continue Reading →

Fidel Castro Has Over 100.000 Twitter Followers

The Nation’s Top Educators Recognized by Microsoft

Redmond, U.S.A. — Microsoft Corp. announced 16 educators from California, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, Michigan, Texas and Washington have been selected as winners of the Partners in Learning U.S. Forum. The annual event recognizes innovative teachers and school leaders who creatively… Continue Reading →

Beirut and Khobar Bombing Victims Praise Iran Sanctions Bill

Washington D.C., U.S.A. — Survivors of Iran-backed bombings in Beirut in 1983, at the Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia in 1996, and families who lost loved ones in these attacks praised the House and Senate for coming to agreement on… Continue Reading →

New York Island Comes Alive with Ravers

The illusive and secluded Randall′s Island, located on Manhattan′s east river, came alive last weekend. Thousands of New Yorkers and out-of-towners made their way across the many bridges that connect Randall′s Island to Manhattan for one of the biggest New… Continue Reading →

Increase in Online Bingo Players As Christmas Draws Closer

London, England – It’s fantastic to be able to come into a little money just before Christmas when life seems to be getting that little bit more expensive and there are so many different places for people to direct their disposable… Continue Reading →

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