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ClimateMaster Provides Money-Saving Comfort to the Homeowner

Saving money is at the top of the homeowner’s list. But finding a way to not only save money but receive extra comfort and relaxation at the same time, is almost impossible. However, there is one item out there that will do just that: ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems improve the daily life of […]

A small slice of the educational and entertaining summer camp for future thespians!

In July, 2013, at UC Irvine, this fantastic opportunity allows actors to embrace the art of theater. The U.S. Performing Arts Theatre Summer Camp offers various activities and intensive training in the craft of acting. Theater games, opening the door to understanding the work of dramatic icons, such as Shakespeare, as well as learning improvisational […]

From Innovative Products to a Potential Career – Bona Clara Delivers!

The passing of time has its benefits – new family, new friends, travel, and winning the battles life throws at you. There are also battles that require help, and one is the battle that time, itself, presents to a woman’s skin. In order to win this battle help, fortunately, can be found from a company […]

Mythica: 30 Day Bodypainting Challenge

An international art page on Facebook approached me about posting my artwork for 30 days. I looked at the other bodypainting works on their page and it is all stunning, top notch. The hair, makeup, and photography are pretty professional. Several of the artists are personal heroes and mentors of mine. It meant that I […]

The Sapphires Film Review

The Sapphires Film Review by Kam Williams Headline: Aussie Quartet Entertains the Troops in Vietnam War Dramedy As young children, the McCrae sisters, Gail (Deborah Mailman), Julie (Jessica Mauboy) and Cynthia (Miranda Tapsell), formed a promising singing group with their cousin (Shari Sebbens). But the ensemble barely got off the ground before Kay was seized […]

This Week in St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra & The Beaches

This Weekend is now This Week which means more great events for you to know about! Monday through Sunday: March 18 – 24 Picasso: Art & Arena Exhibit – An exhibition featuring dozens of Picasso originals, including many that have never been seen previously in the United States. Both famous and rare, these pieces were […]

Saying Farewell to My Boys as They Start a New Life

Denise Carey-Costa narartes the story of her pet dogs leaving home for the Rainbow Bridge. For those of us who are avid pet lovers and pet owners, we understand the extreme grief that follows the death of our beloved companion animals. We often ask why our loyal friends can’t live as long as we do. […]

A New Way Forward In Gardening

  We are seeing significant changes in small-scale gardening and farming communities emerging in cities . We are also likely to see many people increasingly move to back yard or even front yard gardening and more toward supporting co-operatives and wholesale farmer’s markets. Much of this is driven by economic issues, which also threaten to […]

Empowering Women to Light Up Guatemala with Solar Power

Empowering women through education and technical training has been a major focus of humanitarian work across the globe. The Appropriate Technology Collaborative (ATC) is raising funds for an important project of this type in Guatemala. As reported by the Journal of Humanitarian Affairs, this project called “Circuits and Solar”, will teach the essentials of solar technology […]

Cheap power under our feet

UK borrows Iceland’s geothermal techniques to tap the heat at the centre of the Earth to solve our energy woes Hot rocks technology, which uses the heat of the Earth’s core to generate power, will soon become a reality in Britain. Plans have been unveiled to tap into geothermal resources at five sites, including one […]