Life's Journey Articles
The structure and balance of a family gets a deathblow as the deficiencies of one partner’s substance abuse are compensated by the other.
Progress Continuing on Museum Honoring Dr. Seuss in Springfield, MA
First Museum to Honor Theodor Geisel is Slated to Open in 2017
Find the perfect gift for family fun and the little ones with this Family Gift Guide
After our thoroughly enjoyable trip to Altamonte Springs, Florida, I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending GoTicket and Altamonte Springs to any travel enthusiast.
Mrs. Gail Parrish is a Chicago-born playwright whose current production of LEAVINGS, is now running at the Greenhouse Theater Center, 2257 N. Lincoln Avenue now until November 20, 2016
Gone are those days of the monopoly of the marketers in the business. Traditional marketing channels and methods are getting obsolete as we are getting closer to 2020
The battle to stop bullying got a huge boost with the introduction of the Smithfield School App. The app fills a need for schools, teachers, parents and students to communicate about everything school related. The special features can send alerts to warn about school closings and serious incidents
A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to speak with composer Parisa Sabet, the winner of the Sharing Notes Ear Taxi Composition Competition. Read on to learn more about Parisa, what drew her to the competition and the...
Chances are, unless you've just finished a huge prison stretch or have spent the last five years living in a brainwashing cult, you’ve heard of bitcoin
The Wilmette Park District received funding from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to improve habitat for migrating birds at Gillson Park and with the help of 350 volunteers, the habitat was instantly improved
“Women Hold Up Half the Sky” at the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center is an important exhibition that is inspirational, while dealing with a topic that is frightening and terrible. It should be seen by as many people as possible
We have all heard the phrase “sleep like a baby”, but the reality is a new born baby has a hard time telling the difference between day and night.
James Reiss—it rhymes with “peace”— will have his first novel, "When Yellow Leaves" published in September 2016
Moving on you own for the first time? This is a short guide on important information to know
On Thursday, July 14, a tribute to Elie Wiesel drew huge crowds at the Illinois Holocaust Museum
The Angelo David Salon in New York City will change you, both inside and out
For me, reading Ronna Wineberg’s latest book of short stories, ”Nine Facts That Can Change Your Life”, was like going through an art gallery
Photo-Diary of a Backpacking trip around Thailand continues in Khao Sok National Park
Can we expect our children to use technology in moderation, if we encourage them to adopt it from the cradle?