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The Black Rhino’s Story Advances

   by Troutski For anyone who watches Stephen Colbert in the evenings to have a laugh or two about, unfortunately, real life news and events – you already know the latest news regarding the black rhino.   This news happens to have the environmental lovers, endangered species fighters, hunters and a great many others, up […]

Unpainted Fish Mounts for Do-It-Yourselfers

Fishermen with artistic ability can purchase high quality fish blanks from King Sailfish Mounts, the leader in fiberglass replica mounts for more than 20 years. “Painting a mount does take skill but why not make it a wintertime project?” said Raymond Douglas, founder and president of King Sailfish Mounts. The fiberglass mounts come in two […]

CHILDREN EAT LAST AMIDST FAMINE

      “Tlala e lala tlas’a sesiu”— “Famine sleeps under the basket used for grain.” The people of Malawi, Africa know famine, poverty, and death, all too well. The years 2002, 2005, 2007, 2012 and 2013 have all brought life-ending food shortages to the region. Life expectancy is only 50 years and over half the […]

Enjoy a Gluten-Free Halloween

  by James Moore There are many companies out there supplying gluten-free foods. However, as we’ve noticed over the years, gluten-free ‘stamps of approval’ are not always what they seem to be. With each food group comes a new set of worries for someone who lives with celiac disease and can not afford to risk […]

Auto-Biopic Chronicles Director’s Decline since MS Diagnosis

  When I Walk Film Review by Kam Williams Jason DaSilva was vacationing on the Caribbean island of St. Maarten in 2006 when he fell down on the beach and couldn’t get up. The 25 year-old filmmaker was diagnosed with primary progressive Multiple Sclerosis, an incurable inflammatory disease eventually leading to blindness, as well as a loss […]

Krazy about Keke!

  Keke Palmer The “Crazy Sexy Cool: The TLC Story” Interview with Kam Williams                  Born in Harvey, Illinois on August 26, 1993, Lauren Keyana Palmer has been wowing audiences since the tender age of 9. Keke first received great acclaim when she starred as the title character in the sleeper hit Akeelah and the Bee, […]

For movies opening October 25, 2013

  OPENING THIS WEEK Kam’s Kapsules: Weekly Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun by Kam Williams For movies opening October 25, 2013     BIG BUDGET FILMS   Bad Grandpa (R for profanity, crude humor, graphic sexuality, frontal nudity and brief drug use) Stunt comedy featuring hidden cameras and starring Jackass’ Johnny Knoxville as a cantankerous octogenarian […]

Experience America’s Amazing BioPark

  by Carmen Schwartz The idea of a biopark is not an old concept. However, thankfully, it has become one that has caught on in the last decade, with more and more cities and states wanting nothing more than to combine their zoo protecting wildlife with areas that protect vegetation and habitats – huge areas […]

J-E-T-S – Jets, Jets…Jets??

  by Amy Lignor What goes around comes around? Karma is just as real as the long line at the DMV? Joe Namath visited a New Orleans ‘seer’ over the summer and did some sort of mystical spell that would resurrect his old team?   There are answers galore, yet everyone still has their eyebrow […]