March 2013

Rising Tensions in Venezuela’s Elections

Venezuela is facing presidential elections on October. The race between Hugo Chavez and Henrique Capriles is close in the polls; who will win is still uncertain. These days, the biggest concern for the people of Venezuela is that if Capriles… Continue Reading →

Is Disney Still Making Movies For Kids?

Yes, that is the question you will be tempted to ask once you have visited the theaters for the latest Johnny Depp flick, ‘The Lone Ranger.’ It was a bright sunny Friday and a (dead) bird-hat looked as delicious as… Continue Reading →

Egypt: From bad to worse?

The situation is rapidly escalating in Egypt. Last Sunday, the Egyptians showed the world the biggest political demonstration mankind has ever seen, demanding current President Mohamed Morsi to step down. One day later, the military gave the President 48 hours… Continue Reading →

Student Opposition Changes South Jersey Merger

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced a decision to merge three south jersey schools, Rowan University, Rutgers University, and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ), earlier this year. Despite this, Rutgers University’s strong opposition to the… Continue Reading →

Beirut Brings Magic to The Full Hit Of Summer

On June 22, the second day of the Full Hit Of Summer Festival took place in Vienna, Austria. The festival was organized by PSI2 music; it took place in the cozy venue of Arena, located in the city center. The… Continue Reading →

South Florida in 48 Hours? A Mission Possible

To visit any city for less than two days isn′t always an easy task, since it requires great time management and of course, logical planning. And in this case, it′s not just one city, but two: Miami and Fort Lauderdale,… Continue Reading →

Asian Investors Prefer Investments Close to Home

New York, U.S.A. — Asian institutional investors planning to increase investments in non-Asian companies express a preference for the equities of companies that draw revenue from Asia or have a secondary equity listing on a local exchange, according to a… Continue Reading →

Obama Announces Troop Withdrawal in Afghanistan

LGBT Groups Fights Big Tobacco

Washington, U.S.A. — In 1995, R.J. Reynolds targeted gays in a marketing campaign titled Project SCUM. Today, an edgy Delicious Lesbian Kisses (DLK) campaign draws attention to smoking among lesbians; The Network for LGBT Health Equity helps bridge the gap between… Continue Reading →

Concept Stores €“ New Value of Shopping Experience.

Coco Chanel once said, “Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street; fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.” This phrase could actually be the… Continue Reading →

“The Beatles: The Lost Concert” New Documentary by Screenvision

New York, U.S.A. – Screenvision, in partnership with Ace Arts , and multiple-award winning music documentary producer Iambic Media, brings one of the music world’s true “lost treasures” to the big screen with the feature presentation of ”The Beatles: The Lost Concert.” The new 92-minute… Continue Reading →

Natural Disasters: They Also Affect the Animals

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