Did you know that suicide is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States and claims more than 38,000 lives annually?
On Sun. Oct. 13, the Out of the Darkness Community, and American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, (AFSP) held their annual walk in East China Park. The Out of the Darkness Community holds events year around, all over the country. Continue reading Walking “Out of the Darkness”→
As of midnight, Oct. 12, the newest installment in the Pokémon franchise was released out into the wild. I was there, with an oddly diverse group of people to snatch it up as soon as it became available.
Down and out radio jockey Grant Mazzy is not too thrilled to be working in a small town basement radio station on Valentine’s Day. He’s used to big city life, and spilling hard hitting discussion. Pontypool, Ontario was not cutting it.
Queue in the zombies – er, somewhat zombies. This film lends a very unique take on a zombie apocalypse. It’s based off of a novel of similar title, and plays much like Orson Welles’ “War of the Worlds.” Continue reading Double Feature: Pontypool→
Rebecca and Zack have known each other since middle school. They both love horror movies from different parts of the genre. In honor of Halloween they have given each a horror film to watch that the other would have probably skipped over.
Latest production an excellent performance by the SC4 Players
Walking into the SC4 Fine Arts Theater I had only known of Shel Silverstein from his children’s books, I walked out of the theater with a smile and a whole new appreciation for a multi-dimensional man of great talent.
Without any memory exercise, the ability to recall different sorts of information by only focusing on her memory comes innate to Katie Weatherly.
During her young age, Weatherly, would shock her mother mentioning finest details of past happenings. About third grade, Weatherly was taken to the doctor and submitted to some exams, which pointed to the so – called photographic memory. Continue reading Capturing memories→
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