Archives for April 2015

Trail of Highways; Christ Church St Simons Island Georgia

  Trail of Highways™ Christ Church St. Simons Island, Georgia Christ Church was built in 1820 but was partially destroyed by Union troops during the Civil War. In 1884, the Reverend Anson Phelps Dodge, Jr., built the present structure in memory of his wife, Ellen. Christ Church is constructed of wood in the cruciform design […]

NEW Apex Gear ATTITUDE Archery Sight with Choice Pin Selector™

  NEW Apex Gear ATTITUDE Archery Sight with Choice Pin Selector™ Change Your ATTITUDE with Apex Gear by Capt. Ted Lund   If you’re looking to change your outlook about multi-pin archery sights, you might not have to look any further than the new ATTITUDE with Opti-Choice Pin Selector  from Apex Gear – a company […]

Tarpon Time for Tidewater Owners

  Tarpon Time for Tidewater Owners by Ted Lund   As coastal waters warm up, tarpon begin their annual migration northward along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts and anglers from Texas all the way to the Carolinas can get in on the high-flying action. It’s a perfect fishery for Tidewater’s 2000 Carolina Bay, offering a […]

Lovely Loni!

  Loni Love The “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2” Interview with Kam Williams Lovely Loni!     Throughout her career, comedian and actress Loni Love has brought audiences into hysterics with her witty satire and hilarious stand-up. Through her tireless pursuit of excellence, Loni has now found herself at the top ranks of the comedy hierarchy. […]

Trails of Highways; Cannon Being Fired at Fort Castillo de San Marcos

  Trails of Highways™ Cannon Being Fired at Fort Castillo de San Marcos St. Augustine, Florida The cannons are fired every Saturday from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm. The fort also host several other historic demonstrations.. Fort Castillo de San Marcos is the oldest masonry fort in the continental United States (Castillo San Felipe del […]

Computer Nerd Falls for Fembot with Free Will in Intriguing Sci-Fi Thriller

  Ex Machina Film Review by Kam Williams Computer Nerd Falls for Fembot with Free Will in Intriguing Sci-Fi Thriller     Caleb Smith (Domnhall Gleeson) works as a computer programmer for Blue Book, the most popular internet search engine in the world. As the winner of a staff lottery, he is summoned to the […]

More Than a Score

  More Than a Score The New Uprising against High-Stakes Testing Foreword by Diane Ravitch Edited by Jesse Hagopian Introduction by Alfie Kohn Afterword by Wayne Au Haymarket Books Paperback, $16.00 336 pages, Illustrated ISBN: 978-1-60846-392-3 Book Review by Kam Williams “As the essays in this book make clear, public education is under attack. So […]

Mexican Drug War Saga Features Kidnapping, Corruption and Violence

  Days of Grace Film Review by Kam Williams Mexican Drug War Saga Features Kidnapping, Corruption and Violence   Days of Grace is the title of Arthur Ashe’s moving memoir about his remarkable tennis career as well as his stoic battle with AIDS after receiving a contaminated blood transfusion. By contrast, Days of Grace, the […]

DVD Recounts Real-Life Ordeal of Black Family Held Hostage by White Supremacists

  Supremacy DVD Review by Kam Williams DVD Recounts Real-Life Ordeal of Black Family Held Hostage by White Supremacists     Garrett Tully (Joe Anderson) is about to be paroled after spending the last 15 years behind bars. Although he might have paid his debt to society, he has little hope of making a smooth […]

Gambler and Golfer Conspire to Fleece a Sucker in Cat-and-Mouse Caper

  The Squeeze Film Review by Kam Williams Gambler and Golfer Conspire to Fleece a Sucker in Cat-and-Mouse Caper     Augie Baccas (Jeremy Sumpter) is a God-fearing golfing sensation who credits his phenomenal success on the links to a combination of hard work, talent and a belief in the Almighty. And the promising prodigy […]

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