For movies opening Christmas Day 2013


OPENING THIS WEEK Kam’s Kapsules: Weekly Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun by Kam Williams BIG BUDGET FILMS 47 Ronin (PG-13 for intense violence, disturbing images and mature themes) Martial arts saga, set in 18th C. Japan, about a biracial outcast (Keanu Reeves) who joins a group of grieving samurai seeking vengeance for the […]



by Peter Brav   Oh no, here they come, the apologies to my 24 year-old son, just what you’ve been waiting for.   I know what you’re expecting. Sorry I wasn’t much better than my own father, probably worse. Sorry I didn’t warn you that my generation’s sending so many jobs and bombs overseas would […]

Feed ‘Buck Nut’ year-round for quality deer herds


Farmers spend 11 months of the year tending to field crops. It’s a year-round job that can pay off on the last month with a high-yield bumper crop. That payoff harvest happens if the farmer applies minerals to the soil and plants that make them grow strong over time. The same year-round farming theory applies […]

Merry Christmas


  Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Thank you for all of your support in 2013. May 2014 be  prosperous and blessed

DR Power’s leaf and lawn vacuum does three jobs in one


Leaf vacuums slurp up fallen leaves with ease, leaving a path of green in their trail. But what about those twigs and limbs? They too, need to be collected from the ground. The problem is that most leaf vacuums can’t handle both jobs. One solution is to walk the yard and collect fallen branches one […]

Top Ten DVD List for December 24, 2013


  This Week’s DVD Releases by Kam Williams   More than Honey   Caesar Must Die   Una Noche   Killing Oswald   Craft in America: Holiday   Frontline: Hunting the Nightmare Bacteria   Riddick   The Berlin File   Insidious: Chapter 2   The Family   […]

This Week in St Augustine December 23 – 29 2013


  December 23, 2013 Monday - Sunday : December 23- 29 Nights of Lights - Selected by National Geographic Traveler in 2011 and 2012 as one of the ten best holiday lighting displays in the world, St. Augustine’s Nights of Lights feature millions of tiny white lights that create a magical atmosphere in the Nation’s oldest city. Tracing its origins […]

Holidays Are Just Beginning as OEM Truck Sales Continue to Rise


Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have a great deal to smile about these days with OEM truck sales rising – and the 4×4 ‘gifts’ wrapped in red bows still have yet to be purchased. Everyone has seen the headlines over the past few months: “Medium/Heavy Truck Sales up 10% in July”; “Truck Sales Rise 4% in […]

Manning & Brady: Side-by-Side Once Again


     by Amy Lignor Yes, we all know the Broncos and the Patriots are two of the best in the NFL. We also all understand the fact (or should) that Manning and Brady are the two QB’s who have a great deal of skill, elegance, and fire on the football field. They can lose […]

Helen Douglas Offers YA Magic in After Eden


  It’s 2012 in the small British town of Perran. Eden and her best friend Connor, who she’s known since preschool, live mundane lives that include studying for Year Eleven exams, hanging out with their friends, and being regular teenagers. Eden has had a bit of a rough road, considering her parents died in an […]