Monthly Archives: March 2011

Elizabeth Taylor making a dream a reality

Elizabeth Taylor, a star legend, whose glaring beauty and tumultuous life dazzled the world for decades, has sadly died at the age of 79.  She was hailed as “a Hollywood giant” stunning the world with performances such as Maggie in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” and Martha in “Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf”. Her […]

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Send prayers to Japan

Friday’s offshore quake triggered a tsunami that hit Japan’s eastern coast causing devastating damage.   Many of us are still in shock at the enormous 8.9! magnitude earthquake that hit the eastern coast of Japan. Images and live coverage continue to reveal the horror, plus a real concern that nuclear power plants in the region […]

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Toying with sex education

Professor John Bailey invited a class of students in his human sexuality course at Northwestern University to attend an extracurricular event. Guest speaker Ken Melvin-Berg, co-owner of Weird Chicago Tours, led the “Network for Kinky People” panel during which he invited students to voluntarily witness explicit content involving a disrobed woman onstage. They then witnessed a live demonstration in […]

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Charlie Sheen, Out of Work Warlock

Just two days ago, actor Charlie Sheen led us all to believe that he was closer to working out a reconciliation with the producers of his hit show Two and a Half Men. This was misleading, for today CBS has fired him. Perhaps he was misled by others to think a settlement was pending, but […]

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