Category: Culture

Talk Your Way To Happiness?

A recent study conducted by the University of Arizona and Washington University in St. Louis showed that people who spend more time talking tend to be happier. The study concluded that happy people have more substantial conversations, not just small talk. Researchers listened in on volunteers over a four-day period and recorded snippets of conversations. Read More…

Relive Memories Of Elvis With Old Friends

Elvis Aaron Presley was born on January 8, 1935. His meteoric rise to fame is a legendary tale that sparked rock ‘n’ roll dreams for millions of young people throughout the world. By the early 1950’s, Elvis had become a sensation. He had the total package: the look, the moves and the voice. People everywhere Read More…

Pearl Harbor Day

December 7, 1941. This date was permanently burned into the memory of an entire generation, and more than 65 years later it still holds as one of the most notorious dates in American history. It was the day of the attack on Pearl Harbor, and a day that changed the world forever. Just before 8a.m. Read More…

Happy Labor Day!

On the first Monday in September people all across the United States enjoy a little extra time away from their jobs as we celebrate Labor Day. It’s a great holiday to share with friends and family as we start to say farewell to the summer. The origin of Labor Day goes back to the time Read More…

Get Ready For Kindergarten Month

Although it may be hard to believe, it’s already time to start getting the kids ready to go back to school. For younger children, this could be their first time venturing out into the academic world, so we are happy to recognize August as Get Ready for Kindergarten Month. Kindergarten plays an important part in Read More…

Get The Car Facts With CARFAX!

Looking for a used car? In today’s economy buying a used automobile can help you stay within your budget, but it’s important to research any pre-owned vehicle before you make a purchase. You don’t want to be stuck with a lemon because you didn’t do your homework. We’ve all heard horror stories from people who Read More…

Celebrating Our Independence

We’re hearing the sounds of firecrackers exploding, enjoying the warmth of the sun on our skin and we can almost smell the sweet aromas of afternoon barbecues. Everything is set for one of our favorite holidays; July 4th is just around the corner! The 4th of July is observed in many different ways by people Read More…

The Social Networking Conundrum

It’s an epic battle that rages on daily. Social networking has become one of the most popular ways for people to spend their personal time, and several websites are vying to become the uncontested hot spot for networkers everywhere. MySpace Vs. Facebook In the struggle to grab and keep the attention of the American public, Read More…