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Writ in Water: Cultivating Passion with a Thread

WRIT IN WATERCultivating Passion with a ThreadBy Lisa McTigue Tourists flank Fontana della Barcaccia, a commemorative fountain at the base of the Spanish Steps, Scalinata, in Rome Italy. Over four centuries ago, the Tiber River flooded the city depositing a river barque nearly half a mile away in the Piazza di Spagna. The Fontana della […]

New Orleans: The Rhythm of a Community

Music is the core of New Orlean’s culture. The sounds of jazz sweep the streets of the Big Easy at everyday events. The hurricane washed away several of the drums, trumpets, and saxophones, but not the music in the hearts of the people.

New Era of Fringe Benefits

Millennials, those born between 1981 and 1996, are positively influencing companies to change their policies and employee benefits.

Green Prosperity

Green prosperity is about sustainability in our environment, economy, and community. We must innovate with the environment in mind.

Culture Matters

Art councils directly contribute to making a community richer and a more vibrant place to live, work, learn, and play.

Have You Tried The Juice?

Flipping the channels through all the infomercials, one man caused a stir of curiosity. He looked incredible and was full of energy, but he proclaimed to be 90-years-old. Jack LaLanne. He shared his secret to a long, healthy, fit, energized life – juice.