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Celebrities

World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov on How to Build Confidence

By James Clear

The two men would play 24 games to decide the champion with the highest scoring player being declared the World Chess Champion. In total, the match would stretch for three months with the first 12 games taking place in New York and the final 12 games being played in Lyon, France.

Feature Articles

Go Green Go Veg

By Susan Hargreaves

The other animals have lost a friend, a stalwart, consistent, long time, vegan, true friend, a supporter, a helper. I have lost a friend, a sincere, genuine friend – Sandy Burns – who I first met many years ago when I helped her organize a circus protest on the west coast of Florida.

On the Bright Side

The Future’s So Bright, We’ll Have to Wear Shades

By Jonna Shutowick. M.S. Ed.

What a time to be teaching a U.S. Government course to high school seniors! It’s a rare moment when students are chomping at the bit, interrupting each other in competition for the teacher’s attention to their questions. And they are asking questions!

Family Feature

Expert Tips for Welcoming a Kitten

By Family Feature

Fostering kittens and cats has risen in popularity during these unprecedented times, and many pet lovers are becoming fosters to help overcrowded animal shelters. Fostering a kitten can be a fun and exciting time, but it may also come with a learning curve.

Dog World with Tina

Anthropomorphism

By Tina Valant-Siebelts

The depth of the bonds we form with our dogs is astonishing – in spite of our species being vastly different. Scentual information is innately instinctive for dogs, from the moment they take their first breath. Through out their lives, dogs continue to rely on their main sense: smell.

Clutter to Clarity

Spring Cleaning Time!

By David Hall

Now is the best time to start your spring cleaning. It’s March, it’s pandemic overload, it’s time to open the windows, let in some fresh air and take control of your environment.

Healthy Living

Facing Our Shadow

By Karen Ellis-Ritter

What personality traits do you find irritating… or even infuriating in other people? As hard as it may be to accept this, if you didn’t personally possess these traits somewhere deep down within your unconscious being, you would not be triggered by them. We identify all the things that are “wrong” with others, society, and the world.

Life 101

Thank God, It’s Monday

By Cary Bayer

In 1965, an entrepreneur named Alan Stillman founded a restaurant on the east side of Manhattan called TGI Friday’s, or more specifically, Thank God It’s Friday, for the simple reason that he realized most working people could not wait until the weekend so they didn’t have to toil at a job they really didn’t like.

Sports Feature

Hottest Team In Town? Head For The Ice

By Mark Tudino

There’s a tendency when writing or covering sports to engage in what I call the HSA Syndrome – or Hottest Story Around – and potentially overlook other intriguing events. So it is with our professional hockey team, aka the Florida Panthers, but who this year could be called the SST - Sunrise’s Surprise Team

Family Feature

Three Pandemic Travel Trends That May Stick Around

By Family Feature

COVID-19 has challenged families in different ways, and many had to cancel or reschedule trips during the pandemic due to travel restrictions, which meant missing out on quality time with loved ones, and the mental health and self-care benefits of going on vacation.

Earth Talk Q & A

DEAR EARTH TALK:

EarthTalk® From the Editors of E - The Environmental MagazineMy New Year’s resolution is to eat healthier. Which fruits and vegetables are worth spending extra money on for organic varieties? Likewise, is it worth it from the standpoint of health to

By Earth Talk

It is indeed difficult to figure out which foods are worth spending more money on for organic varieties. Sure, you can just buy only organic in every category, but you’d end up spending upwards of 20 percent more every time you shopped.

Recipe of the Month

Vegan Rarebit with Mushrooms

By Forks over Knives

The classic, cheesy open-faced sandwich from Wales gets a hearty plant-based makeover using beans and mushrooms for a base. The vegan rarebit topping can be prepared up to three days ahead so it’s ready to top toasted muffins. Serve it for a light dinner or a cozy brunch, or slice for a tasty holiday or game-day appetizer.

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