Eyes and Voice Weekly: Super Bowl, Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics and Philip Hoffman
Eyes and Voice Weekly; is a weekly updates on the major talked about stories, people or event that happened from Monday to Friday in a particular week.
Philip Seymour Hoffman: His Death
Philip Seymour Hoffman‘s death is the most talked about (sad) story of the week.
The announced of his death came on Monday – when we here at EyesandVoice.com broke the news to you of his death. He died on Sunday, 2nd February 2014 of heroin overdose, in his flat in Manhattan, New York.
He died at Age 46.
His death came as a sad news to he world, fans and his fellow Hollywood colleagues. Condolence messages has flowed in from everywhere to pay respect to the Oscar winner actor.
Also in related news, four people have been arrested in relation to Hoffman’s death – Its reported that these people allegedly supplied the actor with the drugs (heroin) that eventually killed him.
Earlier the identities of the four people arrested was unknown. But now, it is reported to be three (3) white males and a rock singer friend of Hoffman, Eyes and Voice learned.
We will keep you updated with more stories and details of this story…
We here at EyesandVoice.com continue to send our thoughts and condolences to Philip Hoffman’s family and loved ones.
The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics
For the last few days and weeks, the buzz for the 2014 Olympics have been off the hook, But that did not come without criticisms.
They have been news of how Russian government gay hate policies will affect the games and what will president Putin do…
The latest news on the games, is the security issues – there have been endless reports of security threats and terrorism. The Russian government have been questioned on how actually secure is the games going to be…
Personally, I think these is just the press trying to be the press (if that make any sense). I am sure no terrorist in their right sense will go in that much cold and freezing weather to attempt any of their acts 🙂
For the first time in history, USA will compete on a Russian soil on the Winter Olympics.
The 2014 Winter Olympics, officially the XXII Olympic Winter Games, or the 22nd Winter Olympics, is a major international multi-sport event being held in Sochi, Russia. (see full story here)
It Kind of started yesterday with some Figure Skating, Freestyle Skiing, Snowboard events but the official opening ceremony is today February 7th 2014 at 16:00 GMT. (see full story here)
Even though things started yesterday February 6th, with some few events, the main competitions will fully kick off tomorrow February 8th but one of the main event everyone is looking forward to is today February 7th opening ceremony in Sochi. (see full story here)
Facts: Even as Sochi is the host city, no games will actually be held in the city, Eyes and Voice can confirm.
Super Bowl XLVIII (2014)
OK, you know how I felt about last Sunday’s Super Bowl games – It wasn’t too impressive...
The Seattle Seahawks had everything better than the Broncos at their 43-8 win in the Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium on Sunday 2nd February.
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning’s did try to impress but one man only can’t do it all.
Latest news on the game started that, Richard Sherman stated that Seahawks knew Peyton Manning’s hand signals, so was easy for them.
Before the games, everyone was expecting Manning to be MVP but as Peyton Manning and his Broncos team was dismantled, Malcolm Smith was awarded MVP – he was very impressive to be honest though.
Congrats to the Seahwaks and Malcolm Smith on his MVP.
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