- Created on Thursday, 03 October 2013 03:57
For movies opening Oct. 4, 2013
BIG BUDGET FILMS
"Gravity" (PG-13 for intense peril, disturbing images and brief strong profanity) Sci-fi survival thriller about a veteran astronaut (George Clooney) and a medical engineer (Sandra Bullock) on her first mission who find themselves in a race against time when they're left suspended in space with limited oxygen after satellite debris destroys their rocket ship during a spacewalk. With Ed Harris, Amy Warren, Basher Savage and Paul Sharma.
"Runner, Runner" (R for profanity and sexuality) Crime drama about a Princeton grad student (Justin Timberlake) who travels to Costa Rica to confront the owner of an online poker website (Ben Affleck) after being cheated out of his tuition money, only to become the corrupt mobster's right hand man. Support cast includes Gemma Arterton, Anthony Mackie and Michael Asper.
- Created on Tuesday, 01 October 2013 17:28
WHAT'S HAPPENING MYRON The TaKeOver returns Saturday (Oct. 5th) at the Prohibition Lounge at 94 South Front Street in Downtown Memphis. It starts at 2 p.m. and continues through 7 p.m. If you haven't been to one of these, you're missing out on five hours of fun. There will be food and drink specials the whole time, with music provided by DJ Suave and Bother John.
After you leave the TaKeOver, you can unwind and enjoy Boney James and Raheem Devaughn at the Cannon Center for a night of sexy jazz and Neo Soul. Tickets are still available at the Cannon Center Box Office.
- Created on Tuesday, 01 October 2013 17:12
Well, you don't have to wait any longer! The time has finally arrived. Ladies and gentlemen, "Scandal" is about to return!
No longer do you have to relive the reruns of last season. No longer do you have to opt for catching "The Voice" on NBC just to have something new to watch.
Will the fans be treated fairly in the first episode of season 3? I mean, last season left us with a ton of cliffhangers. We learned who the mole was, but everyone wants to know the answer to the BIG question: Who leaked word of Olivia's affair with the President?" Who snitched?
- Created on Tuesday, 01 October 2013 16:40
In a recent survey of Generation Z (ages 13 to 22), 39 percent of teens and young adults said they expect to receive an inheritance and therefore don't need to worry about saving for retirement! However, only 16 percent of Gen Z parents expect to provide an inheritance – and there's no guarantee that an inheritance would be sufficient to replace retirement savings.
This disconnect between expectation and reality highlights the need for financial literacy among young people. Teaching children about finances not only may help them handle their own financial matters but could encourage academic engagement and pursuit of higher education.
Here are some steps to help develop your children's financial knowledge.