Bootcamp part two.
Imagine you’re having a heart attack. Your co-workers call 911, and the medics arrive
The people who pay attention to weekend box office reports usually have some financial stake in what comes out on top.
Before the baby came, her bedroom was a dimly lighted chapel dedicated to the idols of rock ‘n’ roll. Now the posters of Duran Duran and Ozzy Osbourne have been swept away and the walls painted white
Floyd Mayweather Jr will have to pay Juan Manuel Marquez a reported $600,000 after weighing in two pounds too heavy ahead of Saturday night’s welterweight showdown in Las Vegas.
Floyd Mayweather Jr has predicted his comeback contest with Juan Manuel Marquez will contain “blood, sweat and tears” before ending in victory for the Michigan-born fighter. The 32-year-old American, who has won world titles at five different weights and is recognized as one of the best pound-for-pound fighters ever, has not fought since he overcame Ricky Hatton in December 2007.
Sunday was a day of commemoration in Cuba — the 56th anniversary of the start of the Cuban Revolution — but the message from President Raul Castro was not all celebratory. The island nation will face a second round of belt-tightening as a result of the global financial crunch, Castro said in a speech marking Revolution Day. He said that on Tuesday he would hold a meeting of the Council of Ministries “dedicated to the analysis of the second cost adjustment in this year’s plan, due to the effects of the global economic crisis, especially on the reduction of revenues from exports and the additional restrictions on accessing external financing.” The global economic downturn has hit Cuba hard.