November 2012

Nevada has the Fastest Growing Immigrants Population in the US

Washington, U.S.A. — A new report from the Center for Immigration Studies provides a detailed picture of immigrants (legal and illegal) in the United States and in Nevada. Using the Census Bureau data from 2010 and 2011, the study reveals Nevada’s immigrant population… Continue Reading →

The Waldorf Astoria Hosts Annual Great Sports Legends Dinner

New York, U.S.A. – The Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis, the fundraising arm of The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, will host its 27 Annual Great Sports Legends Dinner at the Waldorf Astoria on Monday, September 24, 2012. NBC Sports Icon Bob Costas will once… Continue Reading →

What is Fanfiction and How Harry Potter Became its Champion

Fanfiction, just as the name describes, is fiction that is written by a fan to satisfy imaginative curiosity and devotion. Anything that has a fan base has Fanfiction being written for it. The current strongest example of Fanfiction at this… Continue Reading →

Thousands of Cars Damaged by Sandy to be Crushed

Illinois, U.S.A. — The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) says progress is being made in identifying and removing thousands of vehicles damaged beyond repair by Sandy. The estimate of 230,000 insurance claims for vehicle damage in the areas affected by… Continue Reading →

‘The Legend of Korra’ Episode 4 Review

Nickelodeon′s smash hit €˜The Legend of Korra′ (2012), the sequel series to €˜Avatar: The Last Airbender′ (2005) continued April 28, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. EST with its fourth episode, €œThe Voice in the Night.€ Spoiler alert! Seventy years after Aang… Continue Reading →

Cowboys & Aliens: Wild Card of the Summer a True Genre-Clash

TSA Continues to Violate Passengers

A new TSA screening procedure, introduced late last year, has continued to outrage Americans over what some suggest is a violation of civil liberties.  Disgruntled passengers have been sharing their stories of humiliation and lawmakers are starting to hear the… Continue Reading →

‘Despicable Me 2′ Minions for the Win at Weekend Box Office

Minions ran away with the box office once again with a total gross of $229.2 million in merely 12 days. The movie ‘Despicable Mw 2′ outdid expectations with a weekend gross of $44.8 million, which was enough to beat the… Continue Reading →

National Press Club Condemns President Correa

The National Press Club president expressed outrage recently about the president of Ecuador’s systematic and relentless attacks on the press. Angry over a piece that was critical of him, the Ecuadorian president, Rafael Correa, has won court rulings– under questionable circumstances– that could… Continue Reading →

Rafael Stuhrenberg, Discover New Cultures

“I am 21 years old, I take advantage of being young in order to experience new things, and hope that I won’t change as time passes by.€ Rafael comes from Paris, and loves to travel and discover new cultures. In… Continue Reading →

Hockey’s New York Islanders, Long Island Will Vote on Possible Big Changes

August 1st will be a decisive day for Long Islanders. A vote will be held regarding the possible rebuilding of the Nassau Coliseum, home of hockey’s New York Islanders, and the general redevelopment of the area. On May 31st the… Continue Reading →

Cost of Higher Education Not Matched by Job Market

Despite the economic recession, it is not all that difficult to get a loan when times are tough. The hard part is being able to pay back those loans, in full, and in a certain time frame. And among those… Continue Reading →

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