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Actor Mike Manning teases 'Back to Nature' abstract video project

Actor Mike Manning has teased a new abstract video project on his social media pages, which is entitled "Back to Nature."

Shaquita Smith talks 'Baby Blue' mini-series on BET, digital age Special

Actress Shaquita Smith chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about the upcoming BET series "Baby Blue," as well as life in quarantine, and she shared her advice for young and aspiring actors.

Skillet's John Cooper talks Fight The Fury, 'Still Breathing' EP Special

Skillet front-man and bass player John Cooper chatted with Digital Journal about their new metal side project Fight The Fury.

Dan Tyminski inks new record deal, to release solo project

Dan Tyminski, long-time member of the Grammy-winning group Alison Krauss + Union Station has inked a new record deal with Mercury Nashville.

Facebook kills Creative Labs, pulls apps from stores

Facebook has quietly closed down its Creative Labs group designed to give potential ideas for standalone apps a breathing space within the company. Apps released by Creative Labs have failed to become popular, forcing Facebook to reconsider.

Google Project Jacquard: Control devices by touching your clothes

Google showed off a unique and innovative new product at its I/O developers conference in San Francisco recently. Called Project Jacquard, this new tech lets people control their devices by touching and swiping pieces of interactive fabric in clothes.

Google close to sending solar-powered drones into the sky

Google has announced at Mobile World Congress that it is close to an official launch of its Project Titan solar-powered drone program. The first drones could be flying before the end of the year.

Sugarland's Kristian Bush talks about new solo project and tour Special

Kristian Bush is one of country music's best-kept secrets. He is a Grammy-winning singer-songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist best-known as one half of the country duo Sugarland (along with Jennifer Nettles).

Op-Ed: A fresh look at an old industry Special

When it came time for my high school senior project the first thought that came to my mind was, “How can I get this over as soon as possible?” My first thought was job shadowing. A quick, one time trip, and a couple essays and I’ll be done.

Singer Peter Himmelman starts Kickstarter campaign for new CD

Grammy-nominated rock and folk singer-songwriter Peter Himmelman launched his first Kickstarter campaign to support his upcoming album "The Boat That Carries Us."

Archos entering portable gaming industry with the GamePad

Archos, historically being a smaller player in the mobile communications industry, is taking another leap towards making a mark with their latest release.

Video: Mariel Hemingway on #StopMonsanto film project

Los Angeles - In the video, Mariel Hemingway explains about the #StopMonsanto Feature Film Project, being created to educate and inform people on the dangers of genetically modified food and crops.

China's Three Gorges Dam has 'urgent' environmental problems

Shanghai - Environmental deterioration in the Three Gorges Dam region of China is forcing the government to acknowledge “urgent problems” which include landslides, seismic activity, relocations of citizens, and biodiversity loss.

Australia’s largest brothel may be coming to Sydney

Sydney - Plans are underway for Sydney to soon have Australia’s largest brothel, with a $12 million expansion project filed with the city council allowing a third floor devoted to suites, each with a lounge, pool table, spa and two king-sized beds.

Psychologist speaks on New Westminster multicultural project Special

New Westminster - The city of New Westminster in British Columbia is one of the most multicultural places in the province. Under the leadership of Wayne Wright, its dynamic and progressive mayor, many programs have been put in place to welcome new immigrants.

A rural medical project in Sierra Leone Special

Wes Strickland is an American businessman and philanthropist living and working in Canada. In this interview he tells me about his humanaitarian work in Sierra Leone (West Africa) and the people working with him.

Shirley Sherrod accused of exploiting 'poor black workers' in 70s

Atlanta - Former United States Department of Agriculture employee Shirley Sherrod has been accused of having improper labor practices of "poor black farm workers" on her plantation by paying low wages and working long hours with little breaks during the 1970s.

Al Gore to Launch The Climate Project in China

Washington - The Climate Project supports more than 3,000 diverse and dedicated volunteers worldwide who have been personally trained by former U.S. Vice President and Nobel Laureate Al Gore to educate the public and to raise awareness about climate change.

Student's film racism history in KKK hoods, Teacher put on leave

Dahlonega - A teacher who allowed students taking part in a class project on racism to dress in KKK hoods to film a segment on the history of the Klan in the South. Some say it was racism, others ask how you can study racism in the US without looking at the KKK.

Teen suicide rising, 4 times higher for gay youth

West Hollywood - Many teenagers have thoughts of death. These can stem from a variety of causes, and can result in actual attempts on their own lives. The National Institute of Mental Health warn that 25 teen suicides are attempted for each one that is successful.

Op-Ed: Glenn Beck Crying with a Little Help from His Vick's Vapor Rub

Fox News host Glenn Beck is captured on video during a photo shoot having Vick's vapor rub smeared under his eyes to induce tears as he joked his eyes are getting used to it.

Fundy Tidal Power Announcement Could Come Next Week

100 billion tonnes of water flows in and out of the Bay of Fundy four times per day. It has the distinction of the world's highest tides and is considered a natural wonder. Now, more than ever it is looked upon as a huge power plant.

Microsoft announces hands-free gaming and Milo

Microsoft has announced overnight groundbreaking new technology which allows X-box 360 gamers to use their full body to control and play games.

Bullet Trains Could Soon be a Reality in India

In what is deemed to be another ambitious project to unfold by Indian Railways, bullet trains, the likes of those in Japan, will soon be a reality in India.

Google Invests in World's Largest DNA Sequencing Project

Google is financing a Harvard scientist who wants to unlock the secrets of common diseases by decoding the DNA of 100,000 people. This will be the world’s biggest gene sequencing project.

Project Censored's Top 25 Censored News Stories for 2008

Project Censored has been covering the stories that the mainstream media refuses to cover. Here is the roundup of the stories that they feel are the most important as we head into 2008.

Google's Online Translator

Google's new innovative translator will use machine logic, not linguistic grammar to instantly translate documents into the world's main languages.

Electricians will cable from a research station on shore below the sea's surface

Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute is going to lay 52km of electrical cable, 3000ft below the sea's surface.

Gently Used Prom Dresses Wanted

Woman Starts Project Whereby People Donate Used Prom Dresses.

Still no real Project Gotham Racing 4

Do we even want a project gotham 4?
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WARRIORS: Cpl. Miguel Escobedo (left)  a Marines radio operator and member of the Familia Social Clu...
WARRIORS: Cpl. Miguel Escobedo (left), a Marines radio operator and member of the Familia Social Club, talks with fellow participants before taking off on the Battleship Benefit Ride for Fallen Soldiers sponsored by the Wounded Warriors Project in San Pedro, Calif., in 2012.
Cpl. Lisa Tourtelot/Wikimedia Commons
The eastern terminus of Imja Lake where it meets Imja Glacier. This photo was taken September 13  20...
The eastern terminus of Imja Lake where it meets Imja Glacier. This photo was taken September 13, 2011 and shows the lake at a level that was close to overflowing its banks.
Daniel Alton Byers
The lake had its water levels lowered by over 3 meters.
The lake had its water levels lowered by over 3 meters.
Nepal Department of Hydrology and Meteorology
 Free the Xingu River  protest at Belo Monte Dam site
"Free the Xingu River" protest at Belo Monte Dam site
Atossa Soltani/ Amazon Watch / Spectral Q
Google s Project Jacquard interactive fabric
Google's Project Jacquard interactive fabric
The Next Web
Free the Xingu River
Free the Xingu River
Atossa Soltani/ Amazon Watch / Spectral Q
 Free the Xingu River  protest
"Free the Xingu River" protest
Mitchell Anderson
Imja Tsho is just one of over 3 000 lakes in the Himalayas.
Imja Tsho is just one of over 3,000 lakes in the Himalayas.
Nepal Department of Hydrology and Meteorology
Microsoft s Project Spartan web browser for Windows 10
Microsoft's Project Spartan web browser for Windows 10

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