LeBron James – A Leading Light

Born in 1984 and raised in Ohio, LeBron James received early acclaim for his skills on the basketball court and was generally regarded as the best high school basketballer of his generation. His athleticism, vision and size ensured that he became one of the NBA’s leading players with the Cleveland Cavaliers. He also led the

The Mystery of the Burning Man Festival

The Burning Man festival is an occurrence so off the beaten path that many have never heard of it, or have a vague idea as to what it entails usually formed in their own imaginations. Those who are a little more familiar approach this, now global, phenomenon with caution, the event itself shrouded in mystery

Green Revolution or Evolution

For years we have all heard the pleads to go “green” and to start protecting the planet by using renewable and eco-friendly energy sources and products. According to the latest reports it seems like we’re finally turning to the green revolution. The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has reported in its Renewable Energy and Jobs

Madonna – When Only The Queen Remains

Madonna When only the Queen Remains   The past decade has seen many tragic losses in the music industry. The death of Michael Jackson, the “King of Pop”, caused an outpouring of tears and a show of love where many of the young stars of today were affected. The news of Whitney Houston’s death was

Weird Laws in Idaho

Idaho is one of those quiet states we really don’t hear about much. In addition to being known for potatoes, Idaho also boasts upscale ski resorts, anti-government militias, and Yellowstone National Park. Idaho has the second largest Mormon population, eclipsed only by Utah. It also has one of the largest Basque populations outside of Europe.

To Kindle, or Not To Kindle?

When Kindles first stormed the markets I was horrified. As an English Literature graduate, I had dedicated years of my life to studying novels, poems and plays that had survived centuries from their first transcription. I scanned, or read, on average fifteen books a day, sifting through library shelves, getting down on my knees in

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