May 2015

Marvel NOW! Marks New Direction This Fall

The most popular characters. The most acclaimed creators. The most ambitious stories. This is Marvel NOW!. This Fall, the Marvel Universe heads in an exciting all-new direction, as the industry′s top creators join the top Super Heroes — Iron Man,… Continue Reading →

Grand Palladium, Jamaica: Vacation Dream or Opulent Illusion?

The Grand Palladium & lady Hamilton Resort Lucea/Montego Bay Jamaica sits on an expansive 200 acre of land, 30 minutes west of Montego Bay and just outside of the historical seaside city of Lucea. The brilliant white domes of the… Continue Reading →

Americans Car Addiction Puts Brake on Sustainable and Healthier Transport

Despite rocketing fuel prices and rampant obesity, active travel in the U.S. rose only slightly from 2001 to 2009, with an increase in the share of trips by walking and cycling just 1.9 percent and 0.1 percent respectively, according to… Continue Reading →

Dangers of Alcohol: Prevent Reckless Adolescent Drinkers

Heavy drinking is a big issue among adolescents around the world. There are many factors that affect alcohol consumption: cultural, economic, familiar, education and social environment are those most frequently analyzed by experts. Countries usually have a minimum age limit for selling,… Continue Reading →

Michael Jackson′s Ill-fated “This is It” Tour may Lose Insurance Coverage

Michael Jackson has been dead for nearly two years. However, there are still so many bits of controversy muddling about in the aftermath of his passing. Most notably of late is a dispute among Lloyds of London, Jackson′s company and… Continue Reading →

"Gossip Girl" Season 7: ‘Gone Maybe Gone’ But Not Soon Forgotten

There is nothing that the CW’s “Gossip Girl” does better than a finale, and nothing worse than an opener. As the first episode for the shows 7th and last season, ‘Gone Maybe Gone’ was, in a way, the opener to the… Continue Reading →

The Obama Reality of Banks Discriminatory Practices

During this year’s State of the Union speech in January, President Obama announced the creation of a special unit of prosecutors and state attorney generals which would investigate abusive lending and packaging of risky mortgages. President Obama stated: ”This new unit will hold… Continue Reading →

College Students Reminded to Check Insurance Needs

Pennsylvania, U.S.A. — As college students return to campus to begin the new academic year, Insurance Commissioner Mike Consedine reminds families to create a “dorm room inventory” for insurance purposes. “Many college students head to campus hauling a costly array of personal… Continue Reading →

Nigel Lythgoe and Katie Holmes Host Dance Gala

Los Angeles, U.S.A – On July 28, 2012, The Music Center and Ovation present The Dizzy Feet Foundation’s second “Celebration of Dance” Gala hosted by its board members €” including International Emmy Award-winning producer Nigel Lythgoe (€˜American Idol′, €˜So You Think You Can Dance′) €˜Rock of Ages′… Continue Reading →

The Pregnant Woman’s Bible Goes Hollywood

Since its first publication in 1985, €˜What to Expect When You′re Expecting′ has become a modern standard and the definitive bible for expectant parents. The perennial New York Times bestseller, authored by Heidi Murkoff, was named one of USA Today′s… Continue Reading →

Allrecipes Celebrates 15 Years in Operation

Seattle, U.S.A. –, the world’s #1 digital food brand, celebrates its 15th Anniversary with more than 15 billion recipes viewed, 14 million app downloads, 1,000 original videos created, and nearly 200 million pieces of content uploaded, saved or shared by more… Continue Reading →

Linda Loudermilk: Visionary Couture and Eco-Designer

When you think about haute couture you think of fashion without limits, clothing with no boundaries and a limitless supply of whatever type of material is preferred: leather, silk, cashmere.  Linda Loudermilk, unlike other fashion designers, thinks of the environment. … Continue Reading →

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