The Cumberbatch Kid Comes of Age and is All the Rage

  Benedict Cumberbatch “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” Interview with Kam Williams   Benedict Timothy Carlton Cumberbatch was born in London on July 19, 1976 to a couple of accomplished actors in their own right, Wanda Ventham and Timothy Carlton. A chip off the old block, Benedict followed in his parents’ footsteps after studying theater at […]

Have a Lava-ly Time Experiencing the Newest Extreme Sport

     by Carmen Schwartz The big subject that’s taking on a whole lot of notice as of late in the sporting world is the vast list of ‘extreme sports’ that every daredevil seems to be ‘attempting’ to do at least once. If done correctly, twice; if not, they are putting more money into the […]

Keeping ‘Green’ in a Bright, White World

   by Carmen Schwartz The wind blows. The ice falls and the snowflakes descend from the sky, as people pull out their shovels and wool jackets and await those fun moments that include cleaning out the driveway and heading out on sand-covered streets. All of this work that a person must go through when facing […]

Why Are 3.5 Million Children Dying Every Year from Severe Acute Malnutrition?

    Global hunger affects 1 billion people each year. Severe Acute Malnutrition, known as the “immediate killer”, will very likely take the lives of 19 million children this year. In 2013, at least 3.5 million children died from malnourishment. That is an average of over 9,500 deaths a day—400 an hour. It’s the equivalent […]

For movies opening December 13, 2013

  OPENING THIS WEEK Kam’s Kapsules: Weekly Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun by Kam Williams   BIG BUDGET FILMS   American Hustle (R for sexuality, pervasive profanity and brief violence) David O. Russell wrote and directed this crime drama about a couple of con artists (Christian Bale and Amy Adams) forced by an overzealous FBI […]

The Entrepreneur & The Social Media Team

    by James Moore  The entrepreneur has been around since before all of us were born. Think about it. There were most likely salesmen back in the Ice Age who went to work opening a small business that sold picks and saber-toothed tiger weaponry to the rest of the humans.   The entrepreneur is […]

Why Pay So Much To Mount That Once In A Lifetime Great Catch

  by Troutski Try Unpainted Fish Blanks! There’s no thrill in the world like catching a sailfish, or any monster fish for that matter. The joy of finding a big fish and then fighting and landing your catch is unforgettable. It’s a feeling you should share with all those you love forever, that’s why so […]

Husky Liners Says: “Do What You Do!”

Do what you do! It’s that time of year again, where last fall breezes and the burst of mountain colors from turning leaves has come and gone, and now it’s winter. Winter means rain, sleet, ice, snow slush, mud and more nastiness drivers have to contend with. No matter if driving your truck in the […]

NY Film Critics Online Awards 2013

  by Kam Williams New York Film Critics Online (NYFCO) held its fourteenth annual awards meeting on December 8, 2013 in Lincoln Center’s Furman Gallery.  Founded in 2000, NYFCO is our country’s most prestigious group of internet critics.  Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave won three awards, including an extremely close Best Picture race: Best Actor went to Chiwetel Ejiofor and […]

COST CUTS

by Peter Brav             The executive’s name was Tim Riley and he had been at Fox Sports from the beginning, rising through the ranks, crushing subordinates and superiors alike, until he was making a lot more dough than the idiots hitting baseballs 500 feet and knocking down 25-footers with regularity. And that was the problem, […]

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