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  • Karate For Autism: First Benefit For 'Kid Strong'

    Karate For Autism: First Benefit For 'Kid Strong'
    This recent Mommy Minute segment about the K21 Kid Strong Foundation in Avon generated a lot of positive feedback and, now, this new group dedicated to helping kids with autism spectrum disorder through martial arts is holding it's first benefit on Tuesday, July 30th.
  • 'The Karate Kid' celebrating 30 years

    'The Karate Kid' celebrating 30 years
    It has been 30 years since Daniel LaRusso became the ultimate underdog and his crane kick was cemented into pop culture history.  Ralph Macchio played Larusso in "The Karate Kid" back in 1984. The film's relevance has lived on to this day, including...

    American International Karate Institute helps students learn self-defense

    American International Karate Institute helps students learn self-defense
    The American International Karate Institute in the city of Plantation continues to be one of the top martial arts platforms in South Florida. In the Karate Institute's 34th year, four new black belts were awarded to students by Chief Instructor, Shihan...

    Rising Star Sai Bennett to Appear in Michael Winterbottom's 'The Face of an Angel'

    LONDON -- Rising star Sai Bennett, who appears in ITV's period drama "Mr Selfridge," will feature in Michael Winterbottom's hotly anticipated film "The Face of an Angel," which uses an Amanda Knox-like murder trial as a springboard for an investigation of...

    The Fiction Shelf: 'Karate Chop' by Dorthe Nors and 'Praying Drunk' by Kyle Minor

    In the story collection "Karate Chop," Dorthe Nors illuminates an ominous world of disconnected people trying to make sense of their dislocation. Among these micro-transmissions of self-preservation is the standout, "The Wadden Sea," in which a young...