Category: Culture

Valentine’s Day – A Tale of Two Camps

There are very few days of the year that are as divisive as Valentine’s Day, with most people falling in one of two camps. There are those that look forward to it, and celebrate it fully. They embrace the idea of celebrating love and believe in Cupid and all that he has to offer. On Read More…

USPS Letters to Santa Program

If you celebrate Christmas, chances are good that you have written at least one letter to Santa in your life. And if you have a child, chances are good that you sat down with your child to write at least one letter to Santa. The only difference is that as an adult, you know full Read More…

Do an Address Search Before Sending Holiday Cards

The tradition of sending annual holiday cards to friends and family is a great way to send greetings to people you see all the time but it can also be a great opportunity to reconnect with those friends and family members you may not see very often or with whom you may have lost touch. Read More…

Movies About Searching for People

When watching some of our favorite movies, it’s common to shout, “If Only!” If only they knew their love was at the next café, or if only they knew the suspect was living on the next block, or if only they could remember their past. Movies take us on an emotional roller coaster; but then Read More…

International Day of the Disappeared

It seems as if with all of the available technology, finding someone would be easy. Doing a quick people search can help you find relatives, old classmates or friends. There are cases, however, when it seems as if loved ones fall off the face of the Earth and there is no hope of finding them. Read More…

Happy Fourth of July, America!

Tomorrow is the 4th of July. People across the country will celebrate at barbecues, outings and parades. We’ll decorate our homes, thrill to exciting fireworks displays and fly our flags proudly. It will be an amazing day.

Reconciliation Day

Ever had a falling out with a good friend, significant other or family member? One that was so bad you both agreed to go your separate ways? You probably thought about that person a lot, even after many years apart. You may have often wished that things could be different. And you might have decided Read More…

Remembering Pearl Harbor Day: 70 Years Later

December 7, 1941. The date was forever burned into the memories of an entire generation. It was the day Japanese forces attacked Pearl Harbor. They arrived without warning, and without a formal declaration of war. What happened next changed the world forever. Today – December 7, 2011 – we look back and we remember. 70 Read More…

Happy Thanksgiving from PeopleFinders

There are so many ways to spend your Thanksgiving. You may be cooking, cleaning, eating, watching TV, playing games, helping the needy or participating in countless other activities. But whatever you’re doing, chances are you’re spending the day with others. Family, friends, maybe even a group of people you’ve never met before.

The Retirement Jam: What’s Your Retirement Plan?

When do you plan to retire? The average age of retirement used to be 65. Americans would plan for decades to make sure they were financially secure, and rely on social security benefits to help them enjoy their golden years. These days, however, things are different. 65 is no longer seen as the standard age Read More…