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  • Rio 2016 Co-ordinating Committee Press Conference February 25, 2015
    Rio 2016 tackles tough challenges with team approach
    The show must go on. There have been plenty of challenges to the building and service plans for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. These will be the largest ever in both number of spectators and number of sporting events. Today, the...
  • RTMD home
    Denver real estate agent multiplies benefits of hot market
    You might call him a real-anthropist or a phil-estate agent, either way you'd be right to call him inspiring and generous. Denver based broker Drew Schneider has found a way to combine his giving nature with a successful career buying and...
  • Giuliani should take the ASU humanity pledge
    Giuliani should take the ASU humanity pledge
    Since the Democratic and Republican National Conventions in 2012, Arizona State University has been exploring the issue “Are We Losing Our Humanity?” The perceived loss of civility and humanistic values has impacts on political,...
  • Capturing the canyon
    Anticipated Browns Canyon designation draws praise, reproach
    The Obama Administration announced Wednesday that it will designate Colorado’s Browns Canyon as a national monument, nonprofits announced. The move to designate the 21,000 acres in Central Colorado was cheered by environmentalists, veterans...
  • New Phoenix law program seeks to change the image of lawyers
    New Phoenix law program seeks to change the image of lawyers
    One of the few groups of Americans, that people can still publicly make fun of, is lawyers. Whether it is chasing ambulances or filing frivolous lawsuits or being in the center of political scandals, the stereotypes are predominantly negative....
  • OIC of America
    Helping others with your ‘Purse-N-ality’
    OIC of Americaisa non profit organization whose mission is “Helping People Help Themselves” by creating possibilities for under-skilled individuals. OIC of America will be continuing their mission through funding brought in by this...
  • Bradshaw roast was full of laughs and surprises
    Bradshaw roast was full of laughs and surprises
    The Frank Lloyd Wright Ballroom at the Biltmore Resort in Phoenix was full on January 30, 2015, as what host Joel McHale called, a “cavalcade of easy bookings” roasted Terry Bradshaw, the four-time Super Bowl winner, at the Friar's...
  • Philanthropy in fashion
    Fashion icon Tim Gunn, Project Runway's Mondo Guerra host Goodwill benefit
    Fashion meets philanthropy Feb. 26 in Denver. National fashion icon Tim Gunn and Mondo Guerra of Project Runway will host Goodwill En Vogue, a charitable benefit 5-9 p.m. at Union Station, itself recently renovated.All proceeds benefit Goodwill...
  • Fashion show kicks  off Phoenix's January sports frenzy
    Fashion show kicks off Phoenix’s January sports frenzy
    Downtown Phoenix is going to be the hub of the frenzy of events surrounding the Pro Bowl, Super Bowl and Waste Management Open. The fun started on January 22, 2015, with The Kick Off the Super Bowl in Style event organized by Ketonya Bankston...
  • ASU’s President Crow makes a case for higher education
    ASU’s President Crow makes a case for higher education
    Recently, doubts about whether the American dream of a college degree is still relevant have been raised by various sectors. Accomplished Americans, like PayPal founder Peter Thiel, promote the idea that a business environment is more conducive to...
  • Healthy check
    College health programs awarded million-dollar Community First Foundation grant
    Community First Foundation on Wednesday January 21 announced a $1 million grant to Red Rocks Community College that will help triple the size of the college’s Arvada, Colo., campus. The funds will help construct the Arvada Health Professions...
  • MLK Day 2015 Peace Quilt Group Shot
    Sports & Arts in Schools Foundation celebrates MLK Day of Service
    On Monday, January 19, 2015, many New Yorkers took time out of their day to volunteer for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service. Sports & Arts in Schools Foundation (SASF) celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service by hosting volunteer...
  • There is more to Phoenix than football this January
    There is more to Phoenix than football this January
    Most of the sports talk in Arizona this week is about the first college football playoff or fear that Seattle might get to play in the Super Bowl in “our house.” But some former athletes had other priorities on Monday, January 12, 2015...
  • National Readathon Day
    Pledge to read more books
    It's a new year, which is a time for big changes. Many plan to make changes to their health, their financial situations, as well as career changes, going back to school, etc.This year, many people have added literature to their resolutions....
  • Young boy in Kenya poses with new baseball mitt.
    New little league fuels big dreams for Kenyan children.
    Sometimes hope is all a child needs to fuel their dreams and for youth charity Gear for Goals, bringing hope to kids in need through the joy of sports is their mission.Proving that sport truly does equal hope and opportunity, Gear for Goals has...