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October 2014

Happy Thanksgiving: Colonialism and the Redskins Debate

Celebrated the last Thursday of the cold, raining month of November, Thanksgiving is a holiday unique to the United States and recalls the miracle of Colonialism: the generosity of the Indians. Some four hundred years since settlers began making their… Continue Reading →

US Olympic Swimming Team Lights Up

Los Angeles, U.S.A. — Luminys Systems Corp. proudly supported the 2012 U.S. Olympic Swimming Team Trials at CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Nebraska with the company’s proprietary SoftSun lights. Luminys provides the world’s most powerful and controllable single source lights for sporting… Continue Reading →

War of the Roses Update €œWinter Has Arrived€ Available Dec. 19

New York, U.S.A. — The battles between the houses of York and Lancaster show no signs of slowing down, with heroic knights remaining locked in combat as the cold winter months begin. Paradox Interactive has announced that the newest free… Continue Reading →

Investing in Renewable Energy: Look to Solar Panels

Huddersfield, England — Over the last few years many different companies have sprung up around the UK, all offering the same thing: solar panels. Apollo Energy Technologies (formally Apollo Solar) are part of this industry, but also realise that carbon… Continue Reading →

Survey Says Shoppers Seek Savings

A recent survey conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of Whirlpool Corporation reveals consumers want to make a habit out of saving time, money and energy with their home appliances. And as 2011 wraps up, they’re looking for more tools to… Continue Reading →

Stella McCartney’s at 40

Fashion Designer Stella McCartney celebrated her 40th birthday surrounded by her famous friends at a party in London last week. McCarney showed up in a sparkling blue-sequined dress of her own design, her hair pulled back into a simple bun… Continue Reading →

Liam Neeson, ‘The Grey’: All-male Cast Bonded in Smithers

The film crew of the upcoming movie The Grey, starring Liam Neeson and Dermot Mulroney, gathered on a remote mountain set in Smithers, a small town of 5,500 in British Columbia, Canada about a 12-hour drive north of Vancouver. “There’s… Continue Reading →

Venir dîner avec moi €œCome dine with me€ at Maxine′s on Shine restaurant

Sometimes you happen upon a rare gem, so brilliant you wonder why it took so long to find this precious bauble.  This is one of those happenstances.  Maxine′s on Shine is located a few blocks west of downtown, nestled in… Continue Reading →

Belgium Searches for Motive of Deadly Attack

A 75-year-old woman is the 6th victim in the wake of Nordine Amrani’s December 13 rampage in the Belgium city of Liege as the death toll continues to rise, but many questions still remain unclear. According to Reuthers, the dead include… Continue Reading →

Ben & Jerry′s supports #OccupyWallStreet movement

After the local unions and celebrities such as Susan Sarandon and Kanye West have shown their support for the Occupy Wall Street Movement, Ben & Jerry′s, the world famous ice cream company, has become the first big company to join… Continue Reading →

Mamet in Prague: Discussing the Modernized €œSpeed-the-Plow€

€œI believe in the yellow pages, but I don’t wanna film it.€ So why do we need yet another Mamet revival? Only a month after seeing €œNovember,€ the Prague audience has a chance to catch €œSpeed-the-Plow,€ one of the most… Continue Reading →

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