Golden Icons Award- Coverage Approved

We just got approved to cover the first annual Golden Icons Academy Movie Awards (GIAMA) in Houston Texas Oct. 20th 2012. We will feature all of Africa’s most talented actors.. Please see below to get your tickets!!!

Rewarding Excellence & Creativity

Golden Icons Academy Movie Awards (GIAMA) is an annual award Jamboree designed to celebrate the very best of Africa’s rich culture of entertainment through filmography, which will serve as a vehicle of continent rejuvenation in a proudly African expression.

GIAMA is a concept designed to resonate with African movie lovers in the Diaspora, especially in the United States and Canada as well as lovers of African movies throughout the world. It will serve as a forum for creating a platform that will ensure continuous rewarding of individuals that have exemplified competence, diligence and innovation in the African film making profession.

GIAMA aims is to be solely focused on rewarding excellent movies produced in Africa, or by Africans in the Diaspora. In addition, highly creative musical performances, exhibitions, display of top African brands will be side attractions during the event

•Provision of a forum for all African’s to celebrate African movies and their creative delivery.
•Create a show that would be a mark of excellence and celebrate the unique values that hold us together as one continent.
•Promote love, unity and harmony amongst actors, directors, producers, script writers, and executive producers of different background and cultures.
•Ultimately, expose the best of African acts to Hollywood.

GIAMA Awards: Golden Icons Academy Movie Awards
October 20, 2012
HBU -Morris Cultural Arts Center:
Dunham Theater
7502 Fondren Road
Houston, Texas 77074-3298

Growing Genitals—Good or bad

This is great, i just hope that it does not get abused!!

A few years ago, Dr. Anthony Atala’s lab at Wake Forest University got good at making ears. They were growing new ears on a scaffold using patient’s cells, because so many soldiers were losing their ears in explosions. Now the Department of Defense has a project that’s closer to Atala’s heart: making new genitals for soldiers who have stepped on bombs.

Other labs are still moving forward with the ear project for the military. But Atala has special expertise dating back to his days as a pediatric urologist. He’s already grown bladders using a patient’s own cells, and he’s made penises that rabbits were able to put to their proper use, fathering litters of new little bunnies. He hopes to use this expertise to help rebuild the bodies of veterans wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as men and boys injured in car accidents.