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Mark Addison, author of Cocktail Chameleon, believes that life is a series of special occasions meant to be celebrated in high style. As an award-winning designer and producer, he has created extraordinary environments, from celebrity events and major product launches to destination weddings and international galas. His uniquely creative vision has earned him an impressive client list of celebrities, top consumer brands, and Fortune 500 companies. Splitting his time between New York City, Palm Beach, and Vermont, he is always energized by his shifting environment and inspired by the natural beauty of his surroundings. This brings a fresh perspective and contagious optimism to all his work, both behind the scenes and in front of the camera. Continue reading “Anti Gravity Martini and Cocktail Chameleon Author Interview”
From the living room to the board room and many points in between, today’s world is often complicated, requiring layers of thought in order to unravel the solution.
Or like a light bulb, the right idea for business success might just suddenly flicker on in one’s fertile mind, without much deliberation or trial and error.
Parents can avoid transforming into monsters during Halloween by embracing the holiday and establishing clear expectations for their children, says Jill Walls, a Ball State University professor who specializes in child development.
“Halloween can be a fun event for the entire family,” Walls says. “The fun of Halloween is not all about the candy, or at least, it doesn’t have to be. Children get to dress up in costumes, and there are other ‘treats’ parents can incorporate into the evening. Color a spooky picture, carve pumpkins, bob for apples in a pot of water, tell spooky stories or read a book together. In today’s hectic and on-the-go lifestyle, time together can be even sweeter than candy.” Continue reading “Parents Should Set Expectations for Halloween”
Governor Hutchinson proclaims November Arkansas Soybean Month, recognizing the impact of the state’s top row crop, soybeans.
After three years driving the ultimate driving machine — my fun, but impractical BMW X1 — I traded her in for the ultimate mommy vehicle. Introducing my Honda Odyssey van. I love her, and the kids love that they have so much room.
From September 12 – October 15, 2007, I was on the USNS Comfort on a humanitarian mission to Central and South America called Partnership for the Americas. It was one of the hardest and most rewarding times of my entire life. Seeing the Comfort in Puerto Rico this week brought back these precious memories. Continue reading “USNS Comfort — 10 years ago”
By Colleen Dorsey
Here they are, the very essentials of pumpkin carving! By following these steps that you probably had down pay when you were a kid, you can get carving with any traditional pumpkin carving pattern. You’ll need a little elbow grease and a tolerance for mess to use this technique, but it’s totally worth it. Continue reading “Traditional Pumpkin Carving Techniques”
Dr. Christopher Calapai, D.O., a New York City Osteopathic Physician board certified in family and anti-aging medicine shares his top 10 ways to keep you strong for the transitioning season. Continue reading “10 Tips to Prepare Your Immune System for the Fall”