Daniel Robertson Jr. lived in Savannah until he shut down his venue, Live Wire Music Hall, in January 2013. The venue faced off against financial struggles resulting from decreased tourism and city law banning anyone under 21 from entering the.
“Bitcoin is the most intellectually interesting development in the last two years,” said Julian Assange via a WeChat Livestream at Net Prophet — the annual technology and trends conference. According to the Wikileaks founder, the next great.
CHEYENNE — The state of Wyoming is moving to take over management of grizzly bears as environmental groups increasingly scrutinize whether the bear population in the Greater Yellowstone region could sustain hunting. The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission.
House of BODS is a dance studio in Central Florida. Since opening in 2007, it’s said to have gained thousands of clients who attend classes that incorporate “flirty, fun, and sexy moves that keep them wanting more.” Its mantra is “anything is.
Maluku branch manager of the Indonesian Tour and Travel Agencies Association (Asita) Tonny Tomasoa said in Ambon, capital of Maluku province, that at least 3,000 of the 50,000 Molucans in the Netherlands visited Maluku every year. And in conjunction with.
President Barack Obama emphasized the need to modernize the U.S. election system in his Inaugural Address. One bill to do just that is set to be introduced Wednesday by the civil rights hero Representative John Lewis (D-Ga.) — who knows a thing or two.
Indonesia was the second stop on Obama’s Asia tour, after India, and he will travel on to South Korea for the G20 summit on Wednesday and end his trip in Yokohama, Japan for the APEC summit. Obama will visit Jakarta’s Istiqlal Mosque, Southeast Asia.
Check out these new outtakes from Ke$ha‘s latest photo shoot for Paper magazine! Here’s what the 23-year-old “Take It Off” singer had to share: On transvestites: “Freaks are what make everything mildly more interesting in life but with trannies.
Obama's Asia-Pacific tour has now brought him home twice — first to Hawaii, where he was born, and now to the Indonesia, a nation of thousands of islands where he spent years as a boy. His stop in Bali is driven by his promise to be the first American.
By Farhad Pouladi (AFP) – With Iran’s conservative camp divided, reformists were confident of a good showing by the moderate cleric they back in Friday’s presidential vote as they seek to avenge the disputed re-election of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad four.