Jun
24
  • Marc Sparks, Rise to Sucesss

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    Marc Sparks is not your successful everyday businessman. His extraordinary rise in the business world came from humble beginnings that inspire everyone with whom he comes in contact. As a young man, Marc Sparks worked his way through school as an average student with little hope of moving on into higher education. Expected to join his father in his wholesale furniture business he more than exceeded his father’s expectations by immersing himself in the company learning every aspect to improve […]

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Jun
23
  • Hannibal Creator Has Ideas In Mind For Hannibal Season 4

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    Wait a second. Wasn’t Hannibal cancelled by NBC? Yes, the series was cancelled. So, why is the creator of the program, Bryan Fuller, talking about a fourth season? Is the producer outright refusing to give up? Fuller flat out is not going away. He has even gone public with some of his plans for a fourth season. Per the creator, season four would provide viewers with a new dimension to the relationship between Hannibal Lector and his adversary. Did Fuller […]

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Jun
19
  • Los Angeles Students Given a Fresh Chance by Jonathan Veitch

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    Occidental College has a history that places it at the very center of the Hollywood film industry, but for many reasons the college has rarely been seen as an important part of the Los Angeles area. The appointment of Jonathan Veitch as President of Occidental in 2009 has seen the attention of the school located in Eagle Rock, just outside Los Angeles turn again to giving students from local schools a chance to study at one of the leading liberal […]

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Jun
17
  • Sir John Hurt Keeps On Working With Optimism About Cancer Diagnosis

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    Sir John Hurt, knighted for his work in drama, has pancreatic cancer. Hurt, 75 years of age, who has received Oscar nominations and the BAFTA award, stated that he will keep working. He feels optimistic as his medical professionals see a positive outcome. As reported on BBC, Hurt will soon be recording “Jeffrey Bernard Is Unwell.” This is for play on BBC Radio 4. Hurt decided to announce about his medical concerns because he has “always been open” about his […]

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Jun
15
  • Guy Ritchie Takes on King Arthur (with David Beckham?)

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    Guy Ritchie’s upcoming film, Knights of the Roundtable: King Arthur, is currently in production. Purists of literature and folklore should maybe rein in their interest in this project, though: Ritchie has a habit of making less than faithful adaptations. An example: according to rumors from Gravity4, soccer player and underwear model David Beckham will appear as one of the men trying to pull Excalbur from the stone. Will there be anachronistic soccer jokes to accommodate him? Yes. Of course there […]

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Jun
9
  • Texas Ranch Turns Into Animal Sancutary

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    A rancher and his wife who come from a long line of cattle raisers who bring up cows to be sold to the slaughter factories have had a change of heart when it comes to their animals. They have decided to go vegan and no longer sell their cattle to the factories to be butchered. Instead, they now are turning their ranch into a sanctuary where farm animals can come live in peace until they pass away of old age. […]

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Jun
7
  • How To Love Exercise

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    We all know how good it is to work out. Not only can you properly manage your weight this way but it will help you feel better and help you fight off disease. It is important to come up with ways to help you feel passionately about exercise. When you love what you do, you will want to do more of it and here are some simple ways you can begin to love exercising: Get Active Outside The Gym During […]

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Jun
7
  • No Olsen Twins On The New “Fuller House” Show

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    Unfortunately, those who were hoping to see the Olsen twins on “Fuller House,” they won’t be coming around on the new series. Fuller House has been planned for future dates, and it will be a new version of the show “Full House.” Bob Saget starred in the original Full House show, and he was the father of the young girls in the show. The “Fuller House” Show. There has been a lot of talk about an upcoming show that will have […]

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Jun
4
  • Kyrie Irving Won’t Shy from Spotlight.

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    Blink 182 told us that “nobody likes you when you’re 23″ but Kyrie Irving is clearly not a “nobody”. In his first career dip through the postseason, Irving has been borderline fantastic when he has been healthy enough to finish a game. Right now Irving has averaged 19 points and 4 assists through 12 playoff games that have been mostly plagued by chronic knee pain. Now with the NBA Finals beginning, Irving will have to decide how hard to push […]

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Jun
2
  • Waco Bikers Can Get Bail if they Sign Away Rights

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    Attorneys from the Looney and Conrad Law Firm revealed today that several of their detained clients, arrested at the Twin Peaks bikers shootout, were offered bond reductions, in exchange for signing away their rights. There are currently 170 detainees, arrested at the Twin Peaks restaurant, and being held at the Jack Harwell Detention Center in Waco, all confined on a $1 million dollar bond. Houston attorney, Paul Looney who represents one of the detained, says his client was offered an […]

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