March 2014

Company Pioneers Renewable Natural Gas in Hawaii

The Gas Company (TGC), Hawaii’s clean gas energy provider, is now producing renewable natural gas (RNG) for Hawaii. The Gas Company is transforming non-food-grade oils and fats into clean, reliable gas and biofuels at its renewable natural gas pilot plant… Continue Reading →

Dallas Cowboys Blowout Bills at Home 44-7

Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys offense looks like its back to full power and with a solid defense the Cowboys are looking strong. They dominated the Bills in more than convincing fashion with a 44-7 victory. With the Cowboys schedule… Continue Reading →

New HBO Film Puts a Human Face on Financial Crisis

HBO Documentary Films is releasing a new documentary about the financial crisis in the United States and how it has affected American families. The new film will debut on July 9 on HBO. Families featured in €œHard Time: Lost on… Continue Reading →

MLB Adding Two Wild Card Teams, Great for the Sport

Friday was a great day for Major League Baseball, as it finalized its postseason expansion agreement with the Players Association. Beginning this season, two additional Wild Card teams will join the postseason festivities; one in each league. Under the new… Continue Reading →

100,000 Tons of Toxic Chemicals Pollute Texas

Washington, U.S.A. — “Accidents” and other non-routine events at Texas oil and gas facilities, refineries and petrochemical plants released almost 100,000 tons of pollution from 2009-2011, according to a new report from the Environmental Integrity Project (EIP) based on data… Continue Reading →

James O’Barr Returns with New ‘The Crow’ Story

The spirit of vengeance goes on a time-traveling journey this December as IDW Publishing has announced that ‘The Crow′s original creator, James O′Barr will be launching a brand-new story featuring the vengeful avian guide, The Crow: Skinning the Wolves, a three-issue… Continue Reading →

Manny Returns to Baseball, Signs Minor League Deal with A’s

Looks like Manny Ramirez′s playing days aren′t over just yet. The 39-year-old veteran outfielder, who immediately retired at the beginning of last season following his second known positive test for performance enhancing drugs over his career, signed a minor league… Continue Reading →

African Americans Still Support President Obama

Los Angeles, U.S.A. — With many citing the economy as the most important issue for the 2012 presidential election,, a leading digital source of emergent Black culture, and a coalition of top black civic, entertainment and media organizations, conducted… Continue Reading →

Will the Change Longed for in Egypt Ever Happen?

More than two years after the January 25 revolution in Egypt people are still waiting for the change they thought would follow, after the ousting of former dictator Hosni Mubarak. Despite the changes brought about by the revolution, which first-and-foremost… Continue Reading →

Chasing Mavericks: Bring Home the Surf

€˜Chasing Mavericks′ is the inspirational true story of surfing phenom Jay Moriarity (played by newcomer Jonny Weston). When 15 year old Jay discovers that the mythic Mavericks surf break, one of the biggest waves on Earth, is near his Santa Cruz… Continue Reading →

Jorge Steven Acuña′s Deportation Halted, DREAM Campaign Continues

A potential deportation of a family of illegal immigrants has brought about an outburst of community support and proved a significant case for supporters of the Maryland DREAM Act (Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors) in the Montgomery County… Continue Reading →

Tom Morello’s Foray into Comics Succeeds with Orchid Vol. 1

When a female comic book fan navigates the seas that are heavily controlled by the Y-chromosome, she tends to be hesitant when picking up a new action-oriented series wherein the protagonist is female and the writer and artist are men…. Continue Reading →

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