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Book Review: Unimagined: A Muslim Boy Meets the West by Imran Ahmed

Follow a young Muslim boy finding his way in a world that is often confusing but always interesting. Read More »

Book Review: Never Knowing by Chevy Stevens

Imagine finding our your real father is a serial killer! Read More »

Book Review: Summer in the South by Cathy Holton

A quirky Southern mystery with perhaps a bit too much detail. Read More »

Book Review: Mental Shrillness by Todd Russell

Some are creepy, some gory, and some leave you wondering what was going through the author's head when he wrote these six short horror stories... Read More »

Dr. Arpad Vass

Dr. Arpad Vass is a forensic anthropologist and research scientist at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee. Dr. Vass has developed a procedure called Decomposition Odor Analysis or DOA which he says will will help identify over 400 vapors that come from a decomposing or decayed body. Dr. Vass testified in the trial of Casey Anthony, a mother accused ... Read More »

caylee anthony

Caylee Marie Anthony was born August 9, 2005 and was murdered June 16, 2008. Caylee was a three year old girl who lived with her mother in her grandparents’ home until June of 2008 when her mother took her and left. Caylee was not seen again by her grandparents. Caylee’s grandmother reported her missing to the Orange County Sheriff’s office ... Read More »

Book Review: Shattered Wings by Bryan Healey

How would you handle a life changing crisis? Read More »

Book Review: A Conflict of Interest by Adam Mitzner

Much more than a legal thriller. Read More »

Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican holiday celebrated on the fifth of May. This holiday commemorates the victory of the Mexican militia over the French army at The Battle of Pueblo in 1862 during the French-Mexican War. Cinco de Mayo is often confused with Mexico’s Independence Day, which is September 16. In the United States, areas with large Mexican-American populations celebrate ... Read More »


Jazzercise was founded in 1969 by a jazz dancer and teacher, Judi Sheppard Missett.  Classes are high energy, dance-based and include elements of jazz dancing, Pilates, kick-boxing, yoga and strength training.  Classes are typically 60 minutes long with 30 minutes of cardio and the remaining time spent on strength training and stretching.   There are many formats offered including, Lite, ... Read More »