Gates Unlocked!

  Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. The “The African Americans” Interview with Kam Williams   Born in Keyser, West Virginia on September 16, 1950, Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. is the Alphonse Fletcher University Professor and Director of the Hutchins Center for African and African-American Research at Harvard University. He is the author of 16 […]

Malawi – “The Land Far Away”

  By Stan Smith, CEO of PB+J Foods, Inc.   Many of my granddaughters’ favorite bedtime stories start with “Once upon a time in a land far way”… well, I can tell you about a “land far away” that has become my reality—Malawi, Africa.  Malawi is half way around the world. A person cannot go […]

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Xist to Exist!

     by Samantha Lewis It’s an unfortunate fact that, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 200,000 women in America will be diagnosed with breast cancer every year. Even worse, more than 40,000 will die from the disease.   There are so many hideous facts and statistics that it makes […]

Hot Air Ballooning is an Outdoor Enthusiast’s Dream

   by Amy Lignor New Mexico is the state that always enjoys the largest conglomeration of pilots, crews, spectators and hobbyists on an annual basis, that truly worship the art of hot air ballooning.   It is Albuquerque, New Mexico that hosts the International Balloon Fiesta each and every year, with people from all over […]

The Gluten-Free Choice: Make Sure the Proof is in the Pudding

  by Carmen Schwartz Gluten-free is a term that becomes quite confused out there in the universe nowadays. There are articles upon articles regarding the fact that gluten-free is a ‘fad’; but for millions of others, it’s the only way to better health.   Groceries, health food stores and farmer’s markets are stocking shelves with […]

The Gluten-Free Market Rejoices for the ‘Pouch 2 Plate’ Brand

   by Samantha Lewis Celiac disease is a disorder that seems to be expanding each and every month. A digestive and autoimmune disorder, celiac disease can actually damage the lining of the small intestine. And the only solution medical professionals can discover, is to eat foods that are gluten-free.   For those who are still […]

If I Were a Bettin Man the NFL Would Definitely Make Me Poor

   by Amy Lignor Well…even the Seahawks and the Patriots must finally join with everyone else in the NFL who feels as if this season was time-stamped and branded ‘Belonging to the Broncos’ before any player ever stepped on the gridiron.   I would assume this is the same feeling all Hollywood actresses deal with […]

FIVE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HUMANITARIANS SAVE 1,200 LIVES

    Non-Profit Organization Fights Severe Acute Malnutrition in Malawi, Africa     A five-person, non-profit organization based in Laguna Niguel, Calif., saved the lives of 1,200 children suffering from Severe Acute Malnutrition in Malawi, Africa … in just 17 months. After five years of working alongside a number of global humanitarian organizations in Malawi, […]

Don’t Mess with Bill!

Bill Hader The “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2” Interview with Kam Williams   Actor, writer, comedian, producer and repertory player Bill Hader recently finished his eighth and final season on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live.” Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma on June 7, 1978, he was heralded by New York magazine as “SNL’s new secret weapon” when he […]

And the Oracle Sayeth: America Wins!

  It happened days ago; Wednesday, to be exact. It happened in San Francisco, where even though they are still a little iffy about their NFL team coming back to life, they were cheering when it came to the United States of America.   The Oracle and her crew took the Cup named after this […]

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