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Nashville Introduces Faust N’ The Family Bargain [Video]

Nashville Introduces Faust N’ The Family Bargain  [Video]

Nestled in the heart of Tennessee, not far from the Great Smoky Mountains, Nashville has remained the hub for musical talent for over 200 years. Giving rise to country stars of yore such as Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette and George Jones, Nashville is the songwriting capital of the world. Welcoming new talent on […]

The Last Supper Interpreted by da Vinci and Other Artists

The Last Supper Interpreted by da Vinci and Other Artists

Maundy Thursday, also called Holy Thursday, is the commemoration of Jesus Christ’s Last Supper with his Disciples before his arrest in the Garden of Gethsemane. It is the day before the crucifixion of Jesus, known as Good Friday, and three days before Easter. Over the centuries, numerous works of art have been inspired by Holy […]

Holy Week: Meaning and Traditions

Holy Week: Meaning and Traditions

After the 40-day Lent, most Christians around the world will greet their biggest holiday on Sunday – Easter. Holy week has a great meaning for Christians and is accompanied by many traditions. Preparations for Easter have started with past Palm Sunday and the culmination of preparations are Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Sunday before […]

The Nebula: a Violent, Spectacular Stellar Spectacle

The Nebula: a Violent, Spectacular Stellar Spectacle

As astronomers can observe, young stars can emanate a violent, yet beautiful spectacle of hydrogen explosions and blustery stellar winds among the vast blackness of space. As pictured in the photo above, released by the European South Observatory (ESO), gusts of radiation pour energy into the hydrogen clouds causing charged ions to glow the magnificent, […]

Corbin Bernsen Stands Back as Son Oliver Starts to Shine

Corbin Bernsen Stands Back as Son Oliver Starts to Shine

Corbin Bernsen, actor, writer and director has played numerous parts over the years. He has had many roles in life, but his greatest have been the role of son, brother, husband and father. The almost 60 year old veteran of stage and screen has portrayed his characters with grace and style and his personal life has […]

Global Warming: Backpack Captures Cow Farts

Global Warming: Backpack Captures Cow Farts

A bovine backpack has been created at Argentina’s National Institute of Agricultural Technology (NIAT) that can trap the methane gas, a gas reported to contribute to global warming, in cow farts and belches so that it can be converted to energy. The experiment, which is only in the proof-of-concept stage, captures and stores flatulence from […]

Women’s Cancer Collective in Guatemala Demands Allocation of $3M

Women’s Cancer Collective in Guatemala Demands Allocation of $3M

The private cancer institute, El Instituto Nacional de Cancerología (National Cancer Institute/INCAN) in Guatemala City received nearly Q21 million (the equivalent of $3 million) two years ago to provide no-cost cancer care for low-income and indigent patients who receive primary care from two public hospitals: Hospital General San Juan de Dios and Hospital Roosevelt and […]

Tyrannosaurus Rex and His Mysterious Life

Tyrannosaurus Rex and His Mysterious Life

Tyrannosaurus Rex (T. Rex) and his life habits are mostly remaining mysterious, even though many of his fossil remains were found. For many years, paleontologists have been trying to determine how T. Rex looked like. But until a preserved specimen appears, the final answer remains unknown. In the past decade, dozens of studies revealed that several dinosaur […]

Cherry Blossoms and Life Beautiful and Transient

Cherry Blossoms and Life Beautiful and Transient

A haiku poem: Life a butterfly/More like a cherry blossom/Beautiful, transient. The origin of both haiku and cherry blossoms, or sakura (桜), is Japanese. The former is 800 years old. The cherry blossom tree is over 1,200 years old. It blooms but once a year, in the early springtime, and for only one week. It […]

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  • Pharmaceutical Drug Samples May Have a Health Cost April 18, 2014
      According to an editorial in the journal JAMA Dermatology, ″Drug Samples in Dermatology,″ pharmaceutical drug companies have been using a clever way to sell more product. They give it away. These free drug samples may have a health cost hidden among the perceived benefits, however. Patients and doctors alike have been tempted to think […]
    Hobie Anthony
  • Matt Flynn Signs With Green Bay Packers April 18, 2014
    After a rollercoaster ride for Matt Flynn, he ends up back where he began, with the Green Bay Packers. Flynn and the Packers came to an agreement on Monday to finalize his fate, at least for the next season. The Green Bay Packers signed Matt Flynn on as their back-up quarterback for the season and […]
    Jabar Morarend
  • Heartburn Linked to Esophageal Cancer April 18, 2014
    April is Esophageal Cancer Awareness Month, and public concern for the disease should be at an all time high. One possible culprit responsible for the increase according to recent medical studies indicates that heartburn is linked to esophageal cancer. In 2006 over 16,000 people were diagnosed with esophageal cancer in the United States according to The Soci […]
    Cholia Johnson
  • Private Lives of Nashville Wives Episode 8: Confrontation & Resolution April 18, 2014
    After last week’s episode left a huge divide between Jenny and the rest of the wives, sans Sarah, episode 8 of Private Lives of Nashville Wives consisted of a confrontation and resolution between the ladies and the start of a new beginning. Having said that, it is doubtful whether or not the type A Jennifer […]
    Michael Smith
  • South Korea Ferry Sinking: Nearly 290 Missing April 18, 2014
    Nearly 290 people are still missing many hours after a ferry sank off South Korea’s southwest coast on Wednesday. At least 14 people are confirmed dead and 55 injured. Officials said there were 475 people on board the ferry, most of them high school pupils, which was heading for the Jeju island when it sent […]
    Rahad Abir

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