Free Webinar: “Failure to Launch” Revisited: Why Young Adults Can’t Break Free


A decade ago we had the “failure to launch 20-somethings” or the “boomerang” kids who came back to live with mom and dad. A kind of “blaming the victim” approach was adopted to say, what’s wrong with these kids, instead of, what’s wrong with the world they live in. We have said it was because there were no jobs or ...

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Judge overturns block on Scottish wind farms


Plans to build four large wind farms off the coast of Scotland to provide power for 1.4m homes took a significant step forward on Tuesday, after a judge overturned a decision to block the developments. Wildlife charity RSPB Scotland had succeeded in challenging planning permission for the projects, which it says could be among the “most deadly wind farms for ...

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Family Celebrates 3 Generations of Women Graduating This Year


This isn’t just any school year for the Flennoy family – this is the year that five different women from three familial generations graduate from their respective schools. LaWanda Flennoy was excited enough to be celebrating her own college graduation with an Associate’s degree in psychology from South Suburban College in Chicago, Illinois. But in addition to her own achievement, her ...

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A Chef's Touch From S.Pellegrino Sapori Ticino 2017


The 11th edition of S.Pellegrino Sapori Ticino returned to the familiar backdrop of Canton Ticino where it has chosen to count on the support of the Italian association Le Soste. Why change a winning formula? The 2017 format remained unvaried: a series of prestigious dinners, each signed by two or three chefs, whom we coaxed into revealing their cooking secrets. At ...

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Trump to voluntarily file personal financial disclosure for 2016


President Trump at the White House on Monday. (European Pressphoto Agency/Chris Kleponis/Pool) President Trump plans to file a disclosure shortly that will detail his assets and liabilities over the past year, a voluntary move that follows the practice of his most recent predecessors. A White House official said Monday night that Trump will submit a personal financial disclosure covering the ...

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Maker Spotlight: Michiella Padua


Name: Michiella PaduaHome: San Francisco, CaliforniaDay Job:  I am a Global Account Manager at a company called Iron Mountain. I have worked there for twenty years. Website  How did you get started making? I started sewing when I was ten and given an old metal Singer from my grandmother. What type of maker would you classify yourself as? A designer and fabricator ...

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K.C. Chiefs Rookie QB Patrick Mahomes Robbed By Tiny Man, Cops Make Arrests (MUG SHOTS)


Chiefs Rookie Patrick Mahomes Robbed By Tiny Man … Cops Make Arrests 5/15/2017 9:52 AM PDT Exclusive Details K.C. Chiefs rookie Patrick Mahomes II was robbed at gunpoint in Texas on Friday by a tiny bad guy who stole the QB’s wallet … but don’t worry, cops believe they have the suspect. The 10th pick in the ’17 NFL Draft told ...

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Women Recovering From Eating Disorders Can Receive Free Fitted Clothes, Thanks to Former Patient


Recovering from an eating disorder is no easy journey – that’s why this nonprofit wants to take some of the burden off of women’s shoulders. The Garment Project is the only organization that helps empower women healing from eating disorders by rebuilding their wardrobe for free. Many people who suffer from eating disorders have fluctuating weight and body measurements, making it frustrating for ...

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Valencia, Spain: a City Tasting Tour


There are two iconic images associated with Valencia, which immediately spring to mind when we think of Spain’s third most populated city and capital of the autonomous Valencia region on the east coast of the country. One is the Calatrava City of Arts and Sciences erected for the Expo event and captured in hundreds of tourists’ selfies. The other is paella. ...

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Microsoft warns ransomware cyber-attack is a wake-up call


Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionHow to protect yourself online A cyber-attack that has hit 150 countries since Friday should be treated by governments around the world as a “wake-up call”, Microsoft says. It blamed governments for storing data on software vulnerabilities which could then be accessed by hackers. It says the latest virus exploits a flaw ...

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