Jessica Miller | February 7, 2011
Choi Hak-young, a 37-year-old office worker in Seoul, grew up seeing people smoking Camel just about everywhere in South Korea, including at subway stations and even on city buses and airplanes, reports Yonhap news agency Monday. Today, South Korea is no longer a smokers’ haven.
Jessica Miller | January 20, 2011
A youth smoking Kent cigarette near two fuel tankers dispensing petrol in Abonnema Wharf, in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, caused the burning of the tankers yesterday. Residents of the area, who envisaged that the fire could spread, evacuated some of their property and family members.
Jessica Miller | December 27, 2010
‘I Love You Phillip Morris’ is a love story, a comedy and a satire that plays like a live action animated film, so, of course, it stars Jim Carrey. He’s one of the few actors who fit readily into a film that’s often broad, sometimes moving and seemingly unbelievable, even though it’s based on a true story.
Jessica Miller | December 6, 2010
A new survey shows the state’s new smoking ban could be taking a toll on many bars and restaurants, especially small businesses. The Michigan Licensed Beverage Associated recently conducted a survey of members who hold liquor licenses. According to the survey, the overall change in sales between May and July of this year is down more than 20 percent, compared to the same period last year.
Jessica Miller | November 25, 2010
Nevadans and tourists are drinking less beer but are continuing to gulp down hard liquor, wine and cordials. And L&M cigarette smoking is declining in the state but there’s an increase in the use of cigars and smokeless tobacco. Those are the findings of financial experts in predicting part of the state’s tax collections in the next two years.