It’s All in the Eyes When it Comes to Looking & Feeling Younger

   by Samantha Lewis As many know, the main body part that all people look at most frequently are the eyes. The eyes are the window to the soul, which means they are one part of your anatomy that should and must be taken care of each and every day.   Enter…FaceLuXe. This is a […]

The Bungee Jumper is Seeing a Whole New World Down Below

   by James Moore Bungee jumping caught on in America decades ago, which is why some don’t even see it as all that ‘extreme’ anymore. But, let’s be honest, jumping from walls, bridges, or tall buildings with just an elastic cord around your ankle in order to ‘get a rush’ is still up there in […]

If You Like Ann Coulter, You Can Keep Ann Coulter, Period!

  Ann Coulter The “Never Trust a Liberal over 3” Interview by Kam Williams   Ann Coulter is the author of nine New York Times bestsellers — Demonic: How the Liberal Mob is Endangering America (June 2011); Guilty: Liberal “Victims” and Their Assault on America (January 2009); If Democrats Had Any Brains, They’d Be Republicans […]

2014 Winter Pine Marten Monitoring

    Note:  Each year we receive more applications than we have open positions. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis beginning November 11th and continue until the project is filled. The project: ASC is looking for a crew of adventurous volunteers to help us on our annual winter Pacific marten monitoring project in […]

"How Locally Made RUTFs Are Saving an Entire Country"

    If you found out that every day this year, 11,551 children died as a result of Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM), would you be shocked to tears?  If you found out that this horrific problem had a solution would you do everything within your power to bring that solution to reality? That’s exactly what […]

Are There Other Cars on the Racetrack?

  by Amy Lignor  Not when Jimmie Johnson is around, apparently. Let’s face it – 6 Sprint Cup wins in 8 years; you have to come to the conclusion that for two years during this time period he simply was either nursing a cold, or taking the day off when the race was run.   […]

Holiday Football: Keep the Flags in Your Pocket

   by Amy Lignor Yes, the holiday season is upon us and the Thanksgiving bird comes second when speaking about football. Yesterday we saw a bouquet of…garbage. Let’s face it; when the referees are going to be investigated for swearing at the players (even though if the players swore at them they would be granted […]

Live to Ride – Ride to Live

   by Amy Lignor Getting on that motorcycle, whether it be with your band of brothers or your wife, is a fun thing to do. You are talking about getting out into ‘Nature’ and seeing all that the dear ‘Mother’ has to provide, without having to strap on hiking gear and stare up at a […]

The Best Chestnut!

  Morris Chestnut “The Best Man Holiday” Interview with Kam Williams   Morris Chestnut was born on New Year’s Day 1969 in Cerritos, California where he was a student-athlete in high school, en route to majoring in finance and drama at California State University. He made his big screen debut opposite Ice Cube in John Singleton’s Boyz n […]

The Silent But Deadly QB

   by Amy Lignor Whenever someone speaks about the glorious QB – whether old or new – the list of names used most often are the same. It seems that if your last name isn’t Manning, Brady, or even Montana (or; young, odd and fun 49ers successor, Kap) – than you are simply overlooked in […]

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