Within society and the world individuals claim to have truth as their No. 1 value, the thing they live by and hold most dear to their arguments and decisions in everyday life.
The more I observe and look around, the more disappointed I become with the youth of our nation.
Fall has arrived and finally we have reached the right temperature for October. Nothing is better than sitting outside in the crisp air sipping on a warm cup of coffee as the wind blows the leaves around. It is during this time of year that I long to live on the East Coast so I could see the leaves change colors, but then I remember their harsh winters and decide pictures on the internet will do.
Located in the oldest winery in California, the Coffee Klatch provides a relaxing and comfortable environment to locals and visitors. The friendly staff is never hesitant to offer helpful suggestions, sample chocolate espressos or provide you with a warm cup of award-winning coffee.
America is so reliant on fast food that we insist that there be outlets throughout the country dishing out this “poison” to the masses.
Matt Damon goes from irresistible hunk to pudgy office man to play a far from glamorous corporate whistle-blower in one of the most well written comedies of 2009, “The Informant!”
Unlike most musical groups who began in a garage and prayed on the hopes of musical genius, a few misfits who stumbled into each other in film school founded Saint Motel.
In life there is always something that catches our attention, a task or instance which consumes our existence. It is as if we are trying to grow up quickly, forgetting everything that is around us, focusing on the future with tunnel vision set ahead. But why do we do this?