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Review of Speed-the-Plow, starring Lindsay Lohan

The new theatrical season has just begun in London and the city’s venues are boiling in excitement. On top of some of the already-classics such as Les Misérables, The Lion King or Billy Elliot, autumn 2014 comes packed with new… Continue Reading →

Disney’s ‘Brave’ Inspires New Cargill Turkey Brands

Wichita, U.S.A — In a first-of-its-type marketing program for Cargill’s Honeysuckle White and Shady Brook Farms turkey brands, the company created a nationwide holiday season promotional tie-in campaign with Walt Disney Studios to celebrate the November 13 release of the Blu-ray, hi-definition version… Continue Reading →

Top Five Fall Fashion Things to Winterize Your Life

The change from Fall to Winter will soon be upon us and as the weather changes, so do clothing and accessories. Scarves and hats start coming out and later on, gloves as well. Boots replace regular shoes and long coats… Continue Reading →

Marilyn Monroe Dress Auctioned for $5.6 Million

Marilyn Monroe′s timeless white halter dress went on auction on Saturday June 18, 2011. The white dress was made famous in the 1955 film “The Seven Year Itch”.  It was made famously by that one scene, where Monroe stands over a… Continue Reading →

Pulitzer Prize: The Speculations #3

Who will win this year′s Pulitzer Prize for Fiction? One website has created an algorithm designed to predict who will win and successfully predicted Jennifer Egan′s win in 2011 for her book, A Visit From the Goon Squad. In the weeks… Continue Reading →

Over 38 Million Americans Shop On the Toilet, According to Survey

Portland, US.A. — The holiday shopping season is nearly in full swing and survey results announced by CashStar, the digital gifting and incentives company, show that online Americans are shopping from their mobile devices in mass numbers, sometimes from unexpected places…. Continue Reading →

Culture + Equinox = Kulquinox Festival in Norway

Equinox is for some people a natural phenomenon; for some it remains a usual day. However, when the day and night become the same length, people in a small city of Sandvika, not far from Oslo, the capital of Norway, will… Continue Reading →

Charity to Raise Funds for Farmers Stricken by Drought

Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A. — Farm Aid has activated its Family Farm Disaster Fund to raise funds to provide relief for farm families whose crops and farmland are being devastated by the country’s worst drought in more than 50 years. “Our… Continue Reading →

Discover Awesome Photo Spots With “Pashadelic”

Santa Clara, U.S.A. — Ferrotec USA is excited to announce the launch of Pashadelic onto the App Store. Compatible with the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, this unique crowd sourced photo spot scouting & photography sharing portal gives users the… Continue Reading →

Forced Child Labor is an Ingredient of Cadbury Easter Chocolates

The following is being released by Green America, Washington, D.C.: The “Raise the Bar, Hershey!” Coalition which has called on The Hershey Company to remove forced child labor from its products has an additional target this Easter: Cadbury/Kraft. While Cadbury has… Continue Reading →

The Food ‘Bucket List’ in Series "United States of Food"

Silver Spring, U.S.A. — Everyone has a bucket list of things to accomplish in their lifetime. They usually look a bit like this: hike the Appalachian Trail, visit Graceland, go on a New Orleans ghost tour, get pulled onto stage… Continue Reading →

ANDY X, Warhol Tribute Film to Be Released the Exact Moment of His Death

Rocky Horror Picture Show director, Jim Sharman, will launch his new visual art musical film ANDY X, a cinematic seance with legendary artist Andy Warhol, exclusively online twenty five years after the exact moment of Warhol’s death on the 22nd of February. Sunday Pictures in… Continue Reading →

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