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‘Mirror Mirror’ Fairytale Sword Fighting Bootcamp
Against the backdrop of this meticulously imagined world, a gleefully physical adventure unfolds as a sheltered princess...
‘Mirror Mirror’ – A Magnificent Visual Feast
It will come as no surprise to anyone who has seen director Tarsem Singh’s earlier work that ‘Mirror Mirror’ is an extraordinary...
Nathan Lane, ‘Mirror Mirror’ a ‘Chance to Look Like Shirley Booth’
Departing from the original tale, the filmmakers of the new interpretation of the Grimm Brothers’ Snow White, ‘Mirror...
Martin Bashir, Kennedy Join Real Time With Bill Maher
Real Time With Bill Maher continues its tenth season Friday, January 27, exclusively...
Ja A. Jahannes: Piracy Off Somalia - An Analysis with Dr. Mohamed Mukhtar
Dr. Mohamed Mukhtar is a distinguished academician, author and scholar. He is Professor...
Ja A. Jahannes: Tribute Poem For Gil Scott-Heron
Gil Scott-Heron was a poet in touch with the madness of the world and the sanity...
Artist Spotlight: J-Century Interview
J-Century is a male 3D artist from Malaysia that has traveled to various countries...
Ja A. Jahannes: Happy 50th Birthday, Peace Corps!
The Peace Corps is one of the boldest social and cultural transformation efforts...
Britons Struggling Amid the High Cost of Living
Chester, England - Brits running out of cash before pay day could be stacking up high...
Automakers Conference To Combat Congestion
London, U.K - Increasing road congestion, the difficulty of finding parking spaces...
Unmarried and President: Will Hollande Take a Knee?
On May 7, the new French President was elected. Socialist François Hollande won 52 percent...
Military Families Harmed by "Defense of Marriage Act"
Washington, U.S.A. - A week after President Obama announced his support for ending...
Feeding America Migrates to Microsoft for More Effective...
Chicago, U.S.A. - Feeding America, the nation's leading domestic hunger-relief charity,...
Taps, A Musical Piece Sounded at Dusk Turns 150 Years...
America’s most famous bugle call “lights out” commonly known as Taps turns...
NZ Government Plans Changes to Student Loan Scheme
The New Zealand Government has proposed changes to the Student Loan Scheme in order...
Gigantic Fleas Fed on Dinosaurs
Millions of years ago, during the mid-Mesozoic Era, the dinosaurs were, too, plagued...
New Constitutional Commission for Fiji
SUVA, Fiji - All five members of the Republic of Fiji's Constitutional Commission...
49 Mutilated Bodies Found in Mexico
There have been several episodes of drug war violence in Mexico in recent months,...
6-year-old Inspire Campaign for Clean Drinking Water...
Phoenix, U.S.A. - Everything big starts out small. Thousands of people in Haiti...
Slim's Predatory Practices Costs Mexican People
Washington, U.S.A. - Latino leaders from across the United States gathered to announce...
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