Don’t look back sincerely: how Oasis conquered the world

While the technique of having the opening scene of a movie come back at the end (with the story told in the middle) is not new, it works perfectly for Oasis’ compelling documentary ‘Supersonic’. Beginning with the group boarding a helicopter that takes them to Knebworth, where they would perform for 250,000 people for two nights in August 1996, it […]

Why you should buy Lakers tickets

The Los Angeles Lakers are one of the popular NBA teams that is most talked about today. Almost all basketball fans know that their rivals are the Boston Celtics. During last year’s NBA Finals, they experienced an embarrassing loss to the Celtics. Still, it was an exceptionally well-played game! The Lakers; however, since then they have struggled to win. Even […]

Five fun facts about the Cincinnati Bengals

The Cincinnati Bengals were founded in 1968 and played their first two seasons as part of the American Football League before being included in the merger with the National Football League, where they have been an NFL team ever since. The Bengals have had a checkered existence in the NFL, but over the years they have been a part of […]

Obama helps moms go back to school

Barack Obama has vowed to help moms go back to school while the government pays for it. The goal is to make a college education available to everyone and moms are often the ones who get lost. $ 5,500 Federal Scholarships for Moms It has increased the Federal Pell Grant to $ 5,500, which will help many moms transition to […]

Film Review – The Night of the Iguana (1964)

A timeless classic directed and co-written by John Houston based on another great Tennessee Williams play. Anthony Veiller was the Houston co-writer. A not rated 10 out of 10 despite winning no Oscars except for “Best Costume Design, Black and White” for Dorothy Jeakins. Good for Jeakins. But the absence of Oscars for this film in the categories of “Best […]

Five cool facts about Doug Flutie’s touchdown passes

Doug Flutie seemed to be a fan favorite wherever he played. He captured the attention of a nation for his play at Boston College University, was one of the most popular and successful quarterbacks to ever play in the Canadian Football League, and was even popular on the charts of the four different teams they played with. he played in […]

San Diego Padres end sad ‘first half’ of 2008 season

My miserable hometown, the San Diego Padres, has limped into the seasonal All-Star break with a terrible ‘first half’ now complete punctuated by the Sunday afternoon July 13 thrashing by the Atlanta Braves that ended with a 12 – 3 marker. In fact, with a record 37 wins and 58 losses, a measly .389 winning percentage, nearly 60% of the […]

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