- Created on Wednesday, 17 April 2013 20:00
CHEF TIMOTHY: Have you ever been jarred awake by a migraine that keeps pounding in your head like you've been scrapping with the young Mike Tyson?
If this has happened to you, your arms might've felt extremely sore and your body might've felt like it was badly bruised by the pounding. So what happened overnight? How can a person go to sleep comfortably and wake up miserable?
What causes the body to react to different demands and pressure situations? That bruising feeling could be stress, which is "the body's physical, mental or chemical reaction when we get excited or confused or when we otherwise feel unsafe or threatened."
- Created on Wednesday, 17 April 2013 19:51
For movies opening April 19, 2013
BIG BUDGET FILMS
"Oblivion" (PG-13 for violence, nudity, sexuality and brief profanity) Post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller about an ex-Marine (Tom Cruise) with the fate of humanity in his hands in the wake of a war with extraterrestrials which devastated the planet. Cast includes Morgan Freeman, Olga Kurylenko and Melissa Leo.
INDEPENDENT & FOREIGN FILMS
"Ain't in It for My Health" (Unrated) Reverential rockumentary about Levon Helm, the late drummer, lead singer and founding member of The Band. Featuring appearances by Billy Bob Thornton, Libby Titus and Larry Campbell.
- Created on Tuesday, 16 April 2013 18:31
WHAT'S HAPPENING MYRON!: Doesn't it seem that the most popular entertainers have been in some type of trouble with the law at some point in their careers? Whether it's tax trouble, driving while under the influence or just plain ole silly shenanigans, it seems that somebody famous is always getting caught by the long arm of the law.
Well, the latest celebrity is funnyman Kevin Hart, who just a few days ago was arrested for drunken driving/DUI and resisting arrest. The California Highway Patrol reportedly observed Hart speeding down the freeway doing about 90 miles an hour in his black Mercedes, weaving across lanes and nearly hitting a gas tanker truck. He was booked and held on a $5,000 bond.
After he was released, he posted a statement on Twitter saying that being busted early Sunday in Los Angeles was "a wake-up call" and that he needs "to be smarter." And that is very true in his case. He has a lot going for himself these days and it doesn't take much to make it all go away.
- Created on Tuesday, 16 April 2013 09:13
ON OUR WAY TO WEALTHY: Lonnie Robinson designs graphics for business cards, logos, stationary and posters. Although I initially viewed him as a graphic designer, I quickly learned that the graphics were only a byproduct of his full artistry.
Carlee McCullough: Tell us little bit about you.
Lonnie Robinson: I'm an artist. I say that first foremost because I have been creating art for most of my life. I've worked professionally over the years as an art director, graphic designer and an illustrator. But I've always made time to create art that stems solely from my internal thoughts and inspirations.