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Let me start by giving you a brief history lesson on Key Food. Key Food Stores Co-op, Inc. is a cooperative of independently owned... Read More
Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War” finds Steve Rogers leading the newly formed team of Avengers in their continued efforts to safeguard humanity. But after another incident involving the Avengers results in collateral damage, political... Read More
An infographic created by Google shows how business ebbs and flows from Thanksgiving Day to when shoppers finally drop off. It also shows how the three busiest days of the year compare with other weekends during the holiday season.
Here are a few key... Read More
Join Ted Hicks (Dad, Husband & Son) as he moderates the #LNPShow that discusses the latest trends and game changers in parenting, technology, education, sports & product reviews.
Leading Authority on Educational Policy Clete Bulach uses his... Read More
Yards provide a safe and enjoyable place for families, their children and pets to play. These living landscapes also provide a host of health and environmental benefits.
Did you know? — A 50’ X 50’ turf area produces enough oxygen to meet... Read More
With 63 percent of American consumers saying that Black Friday doesn’t offer the best deals of the year, the personal finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2015’s Best & Worst Items to Buy on Black Friday.
To find out... Read More
American Mothers, Inc.® Announces 2106 National Fifth Grade Essay Contest
“What My Mother Means to Me”
American Mothers (AMI) recently announced the launch of their 2016 National Fifth Grade Essay Contest. AMI, a non-profit organization that... Read More
5 Tips to Maintain Balanced Emotions While Caregiving
Have your feelings been bruised recently by someone for whom you’re providing care? You may be taking caregiving too personally. If you’re the caring type, you want to be helpful. But what... Read More
The arrival of autumn brings with it cooler days, colorful leaves and rich, hearty foods as the last of the harvest is brought in.
Thanksgiving is the cornerstone feast of the season, with a traditional approach of turkey with mashed potatoes and... Read More
This time of year, music often plays a bigger role in many people’s lives than it does during the rest of the year. School concerts, religious choir performances, seasonal community events, holiday hits playing on the radio — all offer abundant... Read More
As the school year rolls on, the strain of homework, tests and mid-term exams can take their toll on students of all ages. Stress and the typical time-crunch that students face can lead them to cut corners on their own personal wellness, which can lead... Read More
@TerranceMills discusses his NYCMarathon experience at 815pm.
John Hamilton provides insight on his multi-cultural organization @SOFOELLC 830pm
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Use your SmartPhone or camera to record your best “Yee-Haw”... Read More
We want Halloween to be scary for all the right reasons. That’s why it’s so important for all our little monsters to wear reflective clothing or carry a flashlight, glow stick, or reflective bag. But don’t take it from us, here’s a group of... Read More
Home fires can start and spread quickly, which is why we all need to be careful and educated when it comes to fire safety. Just a little bit of planning can make a big difference for your family.
The Hard Facts
In 2013, 334 children died in home... Read More