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Dedicated Employee with Down Syndrome Who Made Headlines Has Passed

Chris Campbell made headlines when he was honored for working at an Atlanta McDonald’s for more than 27 years back in March. As the restaurant’s “gold star” employee, Campbell earned a star-shaped trophy with his name engraved on the front, a cake, and a party to celebrate his almost three decades of valuable service. The […]

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Superyacht Celebrations: How To Throw A Party Your Guests Will Never Forget

Did you know that the recreational boating industry is worth more than $121.5 billion? It’s not surprising why; whether you own a sailboat or a superyacht, there’s a lot of fun to be had out on the water. In this post, we’re going to focus on the supreme benefits of being a superyacht owner; if […]

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Despite Cancer Concerns, FDA Refuses To Ban Textured Breast Implants

America loves plastic surgery, with breast augmentation being the top requested cosmetic surgery in the nation; in 2016, an estimated 290,465 breast augmentation procedures were performed. While there are always risks involved with going under the knife for any reason, many women have been protesting a certain kind of textured breast implant on the grounds that it causes anaplastic […]

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Don’t Wait: Consider These 5 Gift Ideas for Father’s Day

Believe it or not, Father’s Day is less than a week away. And while it’s true that 71% of people love celebrating their birthday, regardless of their age, Father’s Day is an important celebration of the dads, grandpas, uncles, and other father-figures in your life. Unfortunately, it isn’t always easy to find the perfect gift […]

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‘Hands Off My Paws!’ Cats Rejoice As New York Poised To Pass Law Banning Declawing

June is National Adopt a Shelter Cat Month. With adoption comes the expectation of proper pet care and our fuzzy feline friends only deserve the best. Cats just won a major victory in New York State. A law just passed a statewide ban on the declawing of cats and it’s about to be the first […]

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Elizabeth Warren’s Latest Big Policy Proposal Focuses On $2 Trillion Clean Energy Plan

Senator Elizabeth Warren, an outspoken Democrat from Massachusetts, has so far defined her 2020 presidential bid with a series of big plans that have the potential to change the American economy. From proposals for enacting a wealth tax to forgiving billions in student loan debt, Warren has positioned herself as an advocate for those facing […]

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Big Apple Branding: New York Jets To Tackle Rebranding Process

America loves football. Between 2016 and 2017, over 1.09 million kids participated in the high school sport, and Superbowl viewership consistently holds the highest numbers in television. No matter what team you support, everyone can agree that the level of passion is the same; from east coast to west, football is a sport that unites […]

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NYC Transit Systems Set to Kill Cash by 2020

Banks are scrambling to update their credit and debit cards now that New York City’s subway and bus systems are set to go contactless by 2020. The commuting systems, which serve thousands of metropolitans every day, will ditch cash purchases and MetroCards, as they start relying on contactless cards next year. This comes more than […]

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Luxury Cars Are Going Vegan With Soybean And Eucalyptus Interiors

Veganism may have started as a subculture for those who wanted to fight for animal rights and environmental awareness, but in recent years it has grown to become a consumer trend. When you look around you can see restaurants, grocery stores, clothing shops, cosmetic brands, and more touting vegan products and principles. The next sector […]

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More Home Buyers Are Willing Renovate Their Future Homes, Survey Shows

Rising housing prices are making it harder to afford turn-key listings, recent data shows. According to a report by Move.com, approximately 60% of people looking to buy a house are willing to consider properties that need renovating. Additionally, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, 30% of remodeling activity was major additions and alterations, 40% minor […]