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Improving Relationships with Emotional Intelligence

By Ashley Dixon

Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand, assess and control our emotions. It defines how balanced and mature we are in handling different situations and experiences. It is important to recognize how our emotions affect those around us. Emotional intelligence also involves how we perceive others.


Grace and Frankie

By Liz Sterling

It’s the buzz among baby boomers and it’s another slam dunk for Netflix. If you’re a subscriber, or piggyback off someone else’s account, you know that series such as Orange is the New Black, Bloodline, Breaking Bad, House of Cards and now, Grace and Frankie, is taking center stage.

Feature Articles

How Do You Handle Life's Detours?

By Staff Writer

The loss of a job; a bad breakup; a nasty accident; a new, obsessive habit; a big move to a new town; health problems experienced by you or a loved one – these are some of the many things that can turn your life upside down. These are life’s detours that you don’t expect.

Dog World with Tina

Deposit Dilemma

By Tina Valant-Siebelts

Remember Jerry Seinfeld’s bit about “When aliens look on Earth and see us picking up after dogs, they will know who is really in charge!” Sharing our lives, homes, and hearts with canine companions can be a lot like having a child.

Sports Feature

Friendships in sports – Just Like Us

By Mark Tudino

One of the advantages in writing this column is from time to time, personal experiences can offer an idea or two for the next issue. That was the case recently when a very good pal of mine, after a successful career in broadcasting, decided to move back to his native New York City.

Earth Talk Q & A

This Month's Topic:What's the latest with the U.S. Postal Service trying to reduce its environmental footprint?

By Earth Talk

As recent TV ads have been telling us, the United States Postal Service (USPS) has recently started delivering some mail on Sunday in what most chalk up to an effort to stay one step ahead of United Parcel Service (UPS) and Federal Express (Fedex).

From The Heart

The Alcoholic Saint

I heard about a fellow who set out on a spiritual quest to India. There he was recommended by word of mouth to find a particular saint who lived in a remote village. The seeker went to great lengths to travel to the village, where a shopkeeper told him he would find the saint under a certain tree, teaching disciples.

Pet World
Ask the Pet Expert


By Pet Expert

Aside from the horror stories circulating all over social media these days, of pets needing emergency surgery after consuming rawhide, the majority of pet parents today, especially the newbies, believe that this chew is some sort of dried up meat stick.

Recipe of the Month

Easy Mini Apple Pies

with Vanilla Whipped Cream

By Family Feature

As the holidays draw near, we all look forward to delicious food and creating memories with family and friends. It’s also a time to give back to those in need.

Recipe of the Month

Roasted Pumpkin Soup Recipe (Vegan)

By Staff Writer

For the pumpkin lovers out there, this soup is for you! It’s got simple flavors and the pumpkin really shines through. It’s healthy, totally vegan, and perfect for this fall weather. Of co

Recipe of the Month


with potatoes and eggs in garlic sauce

By Chef Maria Amado

This combination of broccoli with potatoes and eggs in garlic sauce is prepared in our family since the time of my grandmother. It is a delicious vegetarian recipe and is good too as a side to meat or chicken. You can prepare the garlic sauce in advance.

Second Thoughts

Second Chances

By Mort Crim

National radio broadcaster and author of seven books, including Second Thoughts, shares his essays, which are like the voice of an old friend - kind, encouraging and filled with gentle wisdom. To learn more about Mort Crim and hear a daily “Second Thought,” visit www.


SEO Seminar

Restaurant Reviews

Taste of India

By Arnold Leir

Over the past decade, Indian restaurants in South Florida have come and gone with only a handful surviving more than a few years. In London, as I gather from various sources, “Indian” restaurants are flourishing in almost every neighborhood and the British passion for Indian, Pakistani, Kashmir delicacies remains unabated.

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