Archive for May, 2013

Fourth Nuthouse in September Speaks One Man’s Truth

Fourth Nuthouse in September Speaks One Man’s Truth

  Performing is Radomir Vojtech Luza’s life, allowing him to confront issues, understand life situations, and grow. He is also a renaissance man – activist, actor, singer, standup comedian, poet – an agent for change hoping to inspire and educate others. Luza’s fight to preserve freedoms and truth comes from his immigrant parents, fleeing repressed […]

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Erased Runtime 104 minutes. OK for children. Liam Neeson, meet Aaron Eckhart. Neeson has become known for his thrilling “Taken” films, which involve him looking for/being chased by bad guys. In this film Eckhart plays ex-CIA agent Ben Logan whose company and employees disappear overnight who suddenly finds himself in Neeson’s shoes. What follows is […]

The Lincoln MKX Late to its Own Party

The Lincoln MKX Late to its Own Party

At last November’s L.A. Auto Show, Lincoln had its stand filled with new MKZ sedans, set up after the first press day when the newly-renamed Lincoln Motor Company showed off a bunch of classic Lincolns to the media. The message was that Lincoln had been a great American luxury brand in the past, and would […]

Miguel Cabrera is backing up baseball’s first Triple Crown season in 45 years with another great season

The Detroit Tigers third baseman, who won the American League Triple Crown Award in 2012 with a .330 average, 44 home runs and 139 RBIs, is baseball’s most dangerous hitter. Cabrera has been on a hot streak recently, jumping to the top or near the top of every offensive leader board. And he’s on track […]

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A major-league catcher is the most under-appreciated, over-worked, but wholly vital player on the baseball diamond. While a pitcher is asked to deliver the ball to the plate and retire the batter, a catcher is supposed to call the pitch and receive it cleanly. This seems simple enough, but there’s a lot more going on […]

Blue’s Rugged Week

The Dodgers’ rocky season continued this past weekend at the Stadium as St. Louis snatched two of three games. In Sunday’s 5-3 loss, Clayton Kershaw (5-3) lasted seven innings, giving up four runs (earned) with seven hits, five strikeouts and three walks for the Blue Crew (20-28). Adrian Gonzalez drilled a first-inning, two-run homer, then […]

05-29-13

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The Future of Stroke Care Is Here

The Future of Stroke Care Is Here

By Jennifer Speer Have you heard of robots working in hospitals? Telestroke robots have been dispatched to four San Fernando Valley hospitals to provide a new level of stroke expertise from the neurosciences team at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center. Under a new partnership, Providence Saint Joseph will work with community hospitals – as well […]

Book Reviewers Needed

Do you love to read? Do people value your judgment when it comes to literature and the arts? We’re looking for a book reviewer here at The Tolucan Times. Must love books. Email info@tolucantimes.com or call (818) 762-2171 for more information. Theater Reviewers Needed The Tolucan Times is looking for experienced theater reviewers. Must be […]

Unbelievable but True Stories

Story number one: Here’s a story about an idiot. Hussain Al Khawahir, a Saudi man was arrested at Detroit Metropolitan Airport by federal agents on allegations of lying to them about using a passport with a missing page and traveling with a pressure cooker. As we know too well, the terrorists at the Boston Marathon […]