Tag: InRetro Magazine
A fan-favourite from Season 3 of The Voice, Tony Lucca returned for a live performance on NBC last week with his latest single, “Never Gonna Let You Go.” The new single will debut as part of a six-song EP set to release July 16th, 2013. This will be Lucca’s first time working with 222 Records, run by Maroon 5′s Adam Levine.
Alright, alright… I give up! Let’s talk about – cue ominous music – the ‘sequester.’ It’s just about the only thing they’re talking about in Washington right now. Reason being, come March 1st some $85 billion in across-the-board cuts will be triggered if the GOP and Dems can’t reach an agreement on budget cuts and […]
It’s now 3 months since the Republican Party lost its second consecutive presidential election and instead of grasping the opportunity to unite as one party the divisions continue to exist. In the past few weeks alone we’ve seen different approaches to re-defining the GOP of the future. A Novel Approach During last week’s speech to […]
Cheekily described as “like The View only better,” Houida and Friends, which airs each Friday at 7PM and Sunday 11PM Eastern on TVCogeco, is characterized as a lighthearted talk show – where no topic is safe!
“Dems” Fightin’ Words! – Highlights of the Debate that Should Have Happened at the Presidential Level…
Now that was a debate! Last night was the first and only vice presidential debate between the current Democratic Vice President Joe Biden and Republican VP hopeful Congressman Paul Ryan. It was certainly an entertaining and energetic debate between the number two candidates. Biden’s Performance: Joe was pretty dazzling. He came out swinging and knocked […]
Maybe John F. Kennedy Jr. would be proud today… but then maybe not. Years before his death, Kennedy Jr. was in love with the idea of bringing celebrity and politics together through the magazine he co-founded, George. It was meant to bring two worlds together… to get people talking about what mattered. It was […]
I’ve discovered that the most valuable part of this ongoing Soul Project is the time being spent in between – the actual journey that takes place while you’re losing the weight… literally. It’s the journey you go on mentally while you’re running… while you’re pressing those dumbbells toward the ceiling; while you’re struggling to bring up that torso for the 40th situp in a row – while the rain lightly kisses your forehead as you work your way through it during your last kilometre home.