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  • Beach Vacations
    Top travel destinations for women.
    Are you ready to get away and take the very needed break for reward for all your hard work? Well there is always a time to take a break and recharge your brilliant entrepreneurial spirit. Women are notorious for not remembering that it is OK for...
  • Chicago hosts Americans for the Arts convention
    Chicago hosts Americans for the Arts convention
    Local artists, governmental arts advocates and innovative thought leaders inside and outside the arts community will be in Chicago for the Americans for the Arts convention (June 12-14).“Americans for the Arts is our nation’s premier...
  • Athlete loses limb and gains bigger heart
    Athlete loses limb and gains bigger heart
    Andre Slay would have been the envy of most young men in Arkansas: a bright, handsome, young man who liked fast planes and fast motorcycles. Then, in 2006, a motorcycle accident cost him his right leg. Most would have been discouraged, spent the...
  • Loving Kindness returns to Phoenix
    Loving Kindness returns to Phoenix
    The morning of May 16, 2015, a roomful of people gathered at the Parson’s Center for Health and Wellness in downtown Phoenix. Most did not know what to expect, but were curious about this unique opportunity to see relics that were over 2000...
  • Korean Pavilion at Expo 2015
    Korea spices sports nutrition at 2015 World Exhibition
    The next Winter Olympics will not take place until 2018, but host country Korea is already showing how to warm up and power up for a cold climate with hot foods that boost nutrition. Korea features traditional “Hansik” cuisine as a...
  • Diamondbacks, gila monsters and Mohaves, oh my
    Diamondbacks, gila monsters and Mohaves, oh my
    Arizonans look forward to shaking their plastic rattles during DBacks games this summer. Arizonans should run the other way when they hear the rattling of real diamondbacks. Unfortunately, many people do not, resulting in more challenges forDr....
  • Help UWCM Rebuild Baltimore
    Help Rebuild Baltimore by supporting UWCM's Maryland Unites Fund
    Baltimore has been in the news for weeks. It started with the death of Freddie Gray and continued with protests, riots and a week long curfew. The Baltimore Orioles played their home game with no fans in attendance. To outsiders, the news of...
  • Two Biltmore events focused on the future of Arizona’s children
    Two Biltmore events focused on the future of Arizona’s children
    For years, Arizona has ranked near the bottom of national rankings for poverty, education or other family/community issues regarding welfare of children. In 2013, Arizona was 49th in pre-school education, and 49% of Arizona children lived in...
  • Vietnam Comfort Women protest
    Why the Vietnam Comfort Women Issue Won't Go Away
    During the Vietnam War, there were a lot of casualties. In the war itself, there were 282,000 Allied military deaths and 444,000 Communist military deaths. The one thing that time seems to forget, though, are the civilians. The civilian deaths far...
  • Cooper foregoes the glitz in DC to talk race with Arizonans
    Cooper foregoes the glitz in DC to talk race with Arizonans
    Anderson Cooper could have strolled down the red carpet with the journalists, officials and celebrities at The White House Correspondence Dinner. Instead, he chose to spend hours conversing with 3000 Arizonans about race. On April 25, 2015, the...
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    IOC Anniversary spotlights long-term vision for global promotion of sports
    This month, the International Olympic Committee has been commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the establishment of its headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland. The occasion provided a base for a major announcement, that is that the IOC will extend...
  • Motown the Musical has baby boomers dancing in their seats
    Motown the Musical has baby boomers dancing in their seats
    The audience exploded into applause and cheers as soon as the curtain rose on the battle of the bands between the Four Tops and the Temptations. The slick outfits, the smooth dance moves, the sweet harmonies swept the babyboomers in the audience...
  • Food festival
    Food festival Culinaria is coming to San Antonio in May
    San Antonio has a big food festival coming to town in May.The Culinaria Festival week will be held May 13-17 this year and the week is full of delicious events.Culinaria is a non-profit culinary and wine organization that promotes local chefs and...
  • Write-in for Denver mayor
    Denver development issues draw write-in candidates for mayor
    The president of a Denver nonprofit representing 100 Registered Neighborhood Organizations is a write-in candidate for Denver mayor. The Denver Post reported Monday, April 20, that Larry Ambrose is one of three write-in candidates to meet the...
  • Fun for fans of all ages available at AZ Sports Fan Expo
    Fun for fans of all ages available at AZ Sports Fan Expo
    The Arizona Sports Fan Expo (AZSFE) is celebrating its second year, this time on April 18, 2015, at WestWorld in Scottsdale, Arizona. Linking Sports & Communities LLC (LSC), the non-profit, which encourages student athletes to stay in school,...
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