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Feature Articles

Are You Eating Enough Vegetables a Day?

By NewsUSA

Only nine percent of Americans are meeting their daily recommended consumption of vegetables, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This May, National Salad Month, make an extra effort to get your greens and meet the 2016 USDA Dietary Guidelines, which recommend that you consume between two and three cups of vegetables per day.


Mother's Day

Motherhood is Made by Many Moments

By Liz Sterling

It’s May, the month of Mother’s Day, and we at the Happy Herald celebrate moms everywhere, including the mom mentors who showed up along the way as wonderful guides, friends and teachers.

From the Editor

Live Simply, And Save The Drama For Your Mother

By Brigitte Lang

The word drama has taken on an interesting meaning in recent years, beyond the performance form of fiction it’s traditionally signified: “making a big deal over something unnecessarily”. It’s about making a big production of something, when you could simply get on with things.

Sports Feature

Comebacks? It's What Love About Sports

By Mark Tudino

A nationally famous sportswriter is famous for saying the thing we love about competitive sports is that it’s an unscripted play – reality TV before there was reality TV.

Feature Articles

The Two Time Grammy Winning

By Staff Writer

I have been to a lot of concerts over the years & my son was begging me to go to see a group he loves to watch on YouTube. He is a preteen with an old soul that appreciates a good performance. He has been to many Operas with his dad, but this time I thought it would be good to see a younger group with him.

On the Bright Side

Ain't No Mountain High Enough

By Jonna Shutowick. M.S. Ed.

History is like a mountain of knowledge that stands quietly behind us with an abundance of information waiting to be mined by those curious enough to dig. I crave the perspective that the past shines on the present. The more I learn, the more I realize how much I don’t know, creating more space for my endless quest to understand the world I live in. It’s a never ending game of connecting the dots for me.

Family Feature

Felines and Fleas: A Dose of Prevention is Key

By Family Feature

It’s a common belief that indoor cats don’t need protection from parasites, such as fleas. While cats that stay indoors are at lower risk than those who spend the majority of time outside, the potential still exists for infestation.

Earth Talk Q & A

Dear EarthTalk:

Why are there stretches of thousands of miles of interstate systems in this country with barren medians? What are the obstacles to planting trees or other vegetation in those areas?

By Earth Talk

The idea of beautifying highway medians with plantings goes back five decades when Lady Bird Johnson pushed the Highway Beautification Act through Congress in 1965. Today, Americans are starting to think about undeveloped land alongside and between roadways as a low cost and widely dispersed strategy for carbon sequestration.

From The Heart

The Pharaoh Chewed Juicy Fruit

While visiting Egypt, a member of our tour group named Gloria found an unusual stone at the base of a sacred pyramid. The pink, round stone glowed with a mystical light, and as she held it in her hand she could feel a special energy about it.

Restaurant Reviews

Chocolates by Mr. Roberts

By Arnold Leir

Celebrities (Henry Fonda, Donald Trump), universities, businesses and chocoholics know about Mr. Roberts located at the end of a collection of shops on the North West corner of Federal Highway and Twentieth Street in Boca Ration (across from Fifth Avenue Shops).

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.

Happy Motoring

Girls And Garages

By Teresa Aquila

How do girls go from just being a girl, to a Car Chick, then to creating the GirlsNGarages website? This article is about a young woman who never originally was a car gal, but did know the basics about cars. When I say basics, I mean more like how to check the oil, change a tire, the wiper blades, and a few other basic items, but that was about it.


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