March 2015

"Wreck-It Ralph" is a Treat

€œWreck-It Ralph€ is a heartwarming movie for all ages. With the vocal talents of John C. Reilly as Ralph, Sarah Silverman as Vanellope, Jack McBrayer as Felix, Jane Lynch as Calhoun, and Alan Tudyk as King Candy, this movie proves… Continue Reading →

U.S. Department of Defense Strengthens Haiti’s Disaster Response

Haiti’s Civil Protection network received a substantial boost with the presentation of SUVs, trucks, boats, canoes, 11,000 solar radios, tents and other disaster-response equipment presented as gifts to the Government of Haiti by the U.S. Department of Defense. In a… Continue Reading →

World’s Most Efficient Solar Lamp Now Available for Public

Discovery Bay, U.S.A. €“ Starting August, 1 the world’s most efficient solar lamp becomes available to the American public through several online resources. Largely unknown to many in this country until recently, the WakaWaka Solar Lamp makes its debut after… Continue Reading →

Celebrities Joins the END7 Campaign on Twitter

Washington, U.S.A.  – Celebrities from around the world called on their fans and followers to join the END7 campaign, a global effort to eliminate seven neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) by 2020. END7 is a campaign of the Sabin Vaccine Institute…. Continue Reading →

Novak Djokovic Wins First Wimbledon Title

Novak Djokovic secured the No. 1 ranking in the world Sunday by defeating Rafael Nadal 6-4, 6-1 ,1-6, 6-3 in the finals at Wimbledon. Djokovic controlled the first two sets, seemingly having the match under control the whole way until… Continue Reading →

Wrong Flag: First Big Failure of the Olympics

The Olympic Games started on Wednesday 25 with women soccer games despite the inauguration will not take place until Friday 27. And it did not start off on the right foot. The organization confused the Korean national flag with the… Continue Reading →

Spain Fail To Beat Spirited Italians In Group C

Tournament favorite and reigning World Champions, Spain, opened their Euro 2012 campaign against Italy in a highly anticipated match at the PGE arena in Gdansk, Poland. Some eyebrows were raised over Spain′s decision to not select a traditional striker in… Continue Reading →

Martin Bashir, Kennedy Join Real Time With Bill Maher

Real Time With Bill Maher continues its tenth season Friday, January 27, exclusively on HBO, with an instant replay at 11:00 p.m. following the live presentation.  Allowing Maher to offer his unique perspective on contemporary issues, the show includes an… Continue Reading →

Eiko Ishioka’s Final Work, ‘Mirror Mirror’ and Its Costumes

The sublime costumes of the new fairytale adventure €˜Mirror Mirror′, ranging from the Queen′s outrageous golden and blood red gowns to Snow White′s pastel court gowns and her spare and sculptural battle gear, were created by the late Eiko Ishioka… Continue Reading →

Northern Ireland Faces Demonic Threats in Bridge of Blood

Bromham, England – Greyhart Press, a publisher of science fiction, fantasy, and thriller books, announces its latest book release is Bridge of Blood by Philip McCormac, a supernatural thriller set in Northern Ireland. Author Philip McCormac explained his inspiration for his novel: The… Continue Reading →

Huguette Clark, 104 Year Old Heiress Dies

The old saying goes, €it takes all kinds to make a world.€ That is truly the case for 104-year-old Huguette Clark. She was born in 1906 to Montana copper tycoon William Clark. He won notoriety by purchasing a temporary seat… Continue Reading →

Affordable Healthcare: State-run Media and the Cover-up of Failure

As of December 1, the Affordable Healthcare Act is at 15% of its goal of 800,000 signed, sealed and delivered enrollees into waiting physicians arms. After the White House missed its December 1 deadline for a fully functional Healthcare Website,… Continue Reading →

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