Spring is almost on its way! Ok, while that statement may seem a bit grandiose and optimistic, it is technically true. However, if you’re so riddled with frostbite and snow-laden driveways that you’re somewhat sceptical and pessimistic that the winter will end soon, there’s always the groundhog that can give you hope. [Read more…]
Video games sure have come a long way. Since the early 70’s when simplistic graphics and minimalistic sound dominated games such as Pong and a basic Atari controller was the leading gaming console, current video games are infused with ultra-realistic graphics and sounds that transport players into a virtual, interactive and current world. [Read more…]
Every November, we’re suddenly infiltrated and overcome by a swathe of garish-looking moustaches. But not just moustaches, we’re also attached by goatees, muttonchops and even full-on bards. We’ve all heard of (and tragically witnessed with our own eyes the hair-tastrophe) Movember, but do we actually know what it’s all about?
The Romans were great innovators and an all-conquering empire. Tales of their conquests are still recounted to this day.The same can be said of an American pioneer, Jay Sarno. Sarno was the brainchild behind Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. A 4-diamond luxury hotel so grand and so opulent, it set the benchmark for what the world has come to know as a VIP experience. Opening on August 5 in 1966 at a cost of $24 million, Caesar’s blew the competition away and wasn’t like anything Las Vegas had ever seen. [Read more…]