We're in a bit of a slow period of movies before the summer blockbusters start coming out, and this week is no exception. One of this week's movies is the first in a series of "misfit law-enforcement-types out for redemption' movies coming out this summer and the other is a chick flick staring J-Lo.
How many times has someone you know claimed that they make the best chili around? All of the bragging and boasting will finally be put to the test at the Buckeye Regional Chili Cook-off at Mon Ami Restaurant and Winery in Port Clinton this Saturday and Sunday.
The Battlefield series was among the first to take the cramped environments of early first person shooters and expand them out to large, dynamic war zones. Battlefield: Bad Company 2 continues the "bigger and better" ideology, polishing core mechanics that fans of the series love while layering on new ideas that bring the series up to date.
Our Facebook friend of the day is Mike Boyd from Lima. He enjoys watching his kids play sports and is a fan of country and rock music. Mike also enjoys the shows House, Burn Notice, Law & Order, CSI and NCIS.
It's time to step up and take action. It's time to stop living as a disposable society and learn to reuse. It's time to make sure our children and our children's children can have a clean place to live. So this Earth Day I'm giving you four - yes, just four - easy things to incorporate into your active lifestyle that will make a difference.
Ok, this how to isn't as useful as some that we've done, but it is a lot of fun. Learn how to make several different kinds (and sizes) of catapults. Who knows, it may help you out some day (no promises).
This week I've found a couple hidden treasures amongst some anticipated releases. We've got an Oscar-winning movie, a game that lets you play "House', one of my favorite bands and Sarah Silverman's new book release.
Today, we learn about cookies, trashcans and the truth about kilts. These whimsical words of advice come from ThisTakesTooLongToType.com, a website which, not surprisingly, specializes in "short' horoscopes.
While English rock band The Cure may be well-known for their somber, depressing and downright angsty tunes, this one's a little more upbeat. The video is interesting, too - there's lots of dancing, glitter and horribly sketchy outfits (and makeup).
If you enjoy any of the following things, you'll love today's link: American Idol, Chat Roulette, Glee, people who think they can sing but really can't, bad versions of good songs and ponies (ok, the last one doesn't apply, but oh well).