No More Poverty Leads Blanket Drive to Help People Experiencing Homelessness in Los Angeles

The Omidi brothers, through their charity No More Poverty, are donating 1000 pounds of linens and organizing a multi-charity effort to distribute warm blankets to help people experiencing homelessness.

There are nearly 100,000 people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles County.

Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) May 05, 2013

No More Poverty and its co-founders, Michael Omidi, M.D. and Julian Omidi, are organizing a blanket drive to benefit the people experiencing homeless in Los Angeles.

Detroit Chiropractic Doctors At HealthQuest Offer Safe Solutions For Headaches

May 05, 2013

Farmington, MI, 6-MAY-2013 – The knowledgeable and skilled team at HealthQuest offer safe and natural solutions to individuals suffering from headache pain. The Farmington MI chiropractor creates individualized programs that address the pain holistically and enhances the body’s natural ability to heal and regenerate. Care and training are provided to patients that empowers them to become more active participants in their health and wellness.

Drug Companies Really Make Dollars from Patents in U.S.

A company call PDL might reap you big rewards, so says Michael Robinson, a contributor to popular financial website, Money Morning.

Robinson makes the case for the success of PDL through its leverage of patents, which big pharma companies like Johnson and Johnson and Pfizer have paid licensing fees to use to make consumer drugs, such as those that target certain types of cancer.

Landing Gear Found at 9/11 Site

Police in New York have been investigating a landing gear from Boeing that someone found wedged in material between two structures near Ground Zero.

A person in New York allegedly found the device and called 911, Associated Press reported.

EFF Makes Stand on Open Access and Appeals to Students

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, an activist group that monitors governments and corporations on behalf of digital media consumers and producers and the general public, is making an appeal to students to promote open access in order to better deliver useful information openly. The EFF recently published its newsletter:

North Pole Inner Earth Project News

The North Pole Inner Earth Expedition is an expedition that was set to take place this July. It is difficult to locate information on this topic, but as of January, NPIEE said that a film production company that was to fund the project suddenly disappeared, according to, the official NPIEE website. The site is currently crowd funding as a way to gain support but the website has only generated about $2,000 worth of investment from private individuals.

Anonymous Group Supports Legal Pot

Team Vendetta, a group associated with Hacktivist group, Anonymous, is lending a hand, trying to garner support for the legalization of cannabis.

This is part of a movement now known as Occupy Cannabis. The website below details all of the associated groups by state and city:

Two Arrested In UK in Hacking Against PayPal, VISA, Master Card

Two young men allegedly part of the online collective known as Anonymous were arrested on charges of interrupting and interfering with computers used by PayPal, VISA, Master Card and some U.K. government sites, the BBC and Anon News reported:

More Unrest and Violence in Egypt After Soccer Game and 21 Death Sentences

Egyptian Courts recently ruled for the death sentences of 21 individuals allegedly tied to riots that left around 74 dead after a soccer match in Port Said, according to BBC News. Clashes left around 22 more dead and there were attempted prison breaks and a police officer may have been shot dead, the BBC reported Saturday morning.

My Music Local Website That Sells Indie Music

My Music Local has launched a service to sell digital downloads, samples/production packages and merchandise (including CDs, DVDs, stickers, t-shirts, hats, books, etc.) on their website, The site is geared toward the independent local music scene and bills itself as a cross between a service like iTunes or Amazon and sites like Craigslist, that are locally focused. State by state, city by city, the site administrators, Lawson Media and Publishing, hope to gain enough support to compete online as a digital music store.


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