Can the Public School System Be Saved?

By Henry Dibrell - Can the public school system be saved? This is a question many of us have struggled with. Another question to consider: Is there a place, a state or a school district where the public school system is working? The answer is yes. The public school system is working great in a city just...

Cooking a Turkey Is Quite Simple…

By Stephenie Cox - Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. Just imagine a picturesque table with fall floral and gourds set for dining in fellowship with family and friends. What could be better than to set the scene for a fabulous feast? It is a time to come together with thankful hearts and celebrate what we...

Dinner Party Do’s and Don’ts

Hosting a dinner party is no small task. First-time hosts tasked with hosting a dinner party for family and friends may not realize just how big a commitment such an undertaking can be. As a result, hosts often find their first dinner party to be somewhat overwhelming. But, dinner parties need not be an...

Are You Having a Charlie Brown Holiday Season?

By Kerstin Brown As the old holiday favorite goes, ‘tis the season to be jolly, but that’s not the case for everyone. When Charles Schultz’s classic A Charlie Brown Christmas comes on television every year, millions of us sit down in front of the television to watch it for the umpteenth time. Charlie...

Brew Up a Frightfully Fun Halloween Party For Ghoulish Guest of All Ages

Spread popcorn and peanuts on parchment paper-lined cookie sheet. In disposable decorating bag, melt candy in microwave at 50 percent power for 1 minute; remove bag and knead. Continue melting candy for 30-second intervals at 50 percent power until completely melted. Snip off end of bag and drizzle melted...

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