No Colors - Bobby Kipper
Bobby Kipper is the founder of the National Center for the Prevention of Community Violence. He and co-author Bud Ramey have warned communities cannot live in denial regarding gang problems. Kipper says there's been a 40% increase in gang membership across the US. Could it happen in your neighborhood? If so, what can be done? Kipper suggests getting in stopped before it's too late. "No Colors: 100 Ways to Stop Gangs from Taking Away Our Communities" is a vital resource for every community. Get more details at www.solveviolence.com.
Pediatrician Dr. Laura Jana
Dr. Laura Jana wants kids and their parents to get up off the couch and start dancing! There's a video contest to benefit a local Children's Hospital in America and you could help Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus and yourself. Dr. Jana says prize money will be awarded to a Children's Hospital and individual prizes will be awarded to the top three submitted videos. Get more details at www.familydanceoff.com.
Kevin Carr's Movie Reviews
A handful of movies are making their debuts in theaters across the country this weekend, but none are likely to have the impact of "Act of Valor" (at Danbarry Feb. 29). Kevin Carr of www.FatGuysAtTheMovies.com says the movie production has been attracting attention because of the use of real Navy SEALS as main characters. Also opening this week, "Tyler Perry's Good Deeds", "Gone" and "Wanderlust".