Anthony Carranza
Anthony Carranza

Anthony Carranza

Business

Digital and social media journalist reporting on the latest happenings on the web. Existing contributor to Social Media Today and Examiner... view profile

Liz Leafloor
Liz Leafloor

Liz Leafloor

Science

Liz Leafloor is an Editor, Writer and Designer. She explores mysterious subjects, strange science, and hidden histories... view profile

Jerry Nelson
Jerry Nelson

Jerry Nelson

World

Jerry Nelson is a freelance photojournalist. American by birth and now based in South America, Jerry covers social justice issues globally... view profile

Jake Crosby
Jake Crosby

Jake Crosby

Health

Epidemiologist and graduate student at University of Texas School of Public Health, Editor of Autism Investigated www.autisminvestigated.com.. view profile

John Christopher Fine
John Christopher Fine

John Christopher Fine

Life

is a marine biologist with two doctoral degrees, has authored 24 books, including award-winning books dealing with ocean pollution... view profile

Chris Grasso
Chris Grasso

Chris Grasso

Life

Chris is a freelance writer who lives to fish... view profile

Dennis Adonis
Dennis Adonis

Dennis Adonis

News

Dennis Adonis is a Contributing Writer at The Epoch Times, Yahoo.com, The Oslo Times, CNN, and several other media outfits He is also the Author of 19 books... view profile

Janet Walters Levite
Janet Walters Levite

Janet Walters Levite

Entertainment

is an Optioned Screenwriter and Film Crtiic / Entertainment Writer for The Guardian Liberty Voice. She resides in New York City... view profile

Marika Asikainen
Marika Asikainen

Marika Asikainen

Life

A writer and editor, Marika enjoys living in Toronto and tracking down the hottest fads and trends... view profile

Miles Young
Miles Young

Miles Young

Travel

Travel Duder covers vacations, destination, travel tips, hotels, gear and everything else an adventurer needs to know... view profile

Veronica Davis
Veronica Davis

Veronica Davis

Life

Veronica is a wife, freelance writer and work at home mom. Her and her husband live in Missouri with their three boys. .. view profile

Barry Bassis
Barry Bassis

Barry Bassis

Arts & Culture

Barry has been a music, theater and travel writer for over a decade for various publications. .. view profile

June Rousso
June Rousso

June Rousso

Health

June Rousso, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and holistic health consultant in N.Y.C. with a focus on dietary and lifestyle changes to support health. .. view profile

James Grundvig
James Grundvig

James Grundvig

Tech

CEO of Cloudnician LLC, a mobile-cloud startup with big data pull. He has 25+ years of engineering-construction experience on projects of scale. .. view profile

DJ Miller
DJ Miller

DJ Miller

Tech

DJ Miller is an accomplished tech writer and blogger. In his spare time he writes

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Linda Moore
Linda Moore

Linda Moore

Business

I am a freelance writer and enjoy reporting on a variety of topics... view profile

Carol A. Hoernlein P.E.
Carol A. Hoernlein P.E.

Carol A. Hoernlein P.E.

Opinion

Currently a Licensed Water Resources Civil Engineer in NJ, Carol has also been a political blogger in NJ since 2007, after being elected Councilwoman in 2006. .. view profile






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    A View To A Grill: My Grilled Veggies-For-Carnivores Recipe

    In early April, a short vacation found me in a place and predicament where a temporarily odd diet was in order. You see, my intolerance to seafood combined with the decadence of some of the best restaurant menus in Boca Raton had me tempted beyond resistance to consume meat for ten meals in a row….succulent, …

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    unconventional, perhaps hard to pronounce. Oo-Tray is a consternation of the
    French word ‘outré’ which in my old Larousse French dictionary from school means
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  • Oltremare Restaurant at Amara Cay Resort

    Oltremare Restaurant at Amara Cay Resort

    Oltremare is brand new and beautiful. Created off the lobby of the Amara Cay
    Resort oceanside at Mile Marker 80 in Islamorada in the Florida Keys, Oltremare
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    grouper mural in black is set against translucent glass behind the bar. It
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    The Florida Keys, The Way They Were

    Nothing is really remembered without nostalgia. The way things were during
    vacations taken long ago are memories of wonderful times, simpler times, when it
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    When choosing wall art, the style of your home, the space you have, and the mood that you are trying to convey should all factor into your decision.

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  • Throwback Thursday: It’s Time to Update Your Kitchen

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  • How to Build Natural Sitting Areas In Your Home

    Creating a comfortable sitting area isn’t difficult. In fact, you may be surprised to find that you probably already have quite a few spaces in your home that would transition nicely into sitting areas.

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    Find a Spot

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  • British companies increase value by £50bn after UK election

    The British general election has come and gone and whilst the Conservatives are celebrating a majority victory, other celebrations have been held by British companies throughout the United Kingdom. The FTSE 100 jumped up a massive 2.3% whilst the FTSE 250 climbed an even higher 2.8% to an all time high. Overall this added a …

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  • The Irony Of It All: When Enthusiasm Is A Sign Of Desperation

    The Irony Of It All: When Enthusiasm Is A Sign Of Desperation

    An interesting thing happened when I met with a prospective client last month. Based on a variety of factors, I had assumed that this company was a long shot. In my mind, the possibility of yielding business with them was as close to zero as it gets, and I had written them off before I …

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  • Healthy Living—6 Reasons to Explore A Local Ethnic Market

    Healthy Living—6 Reasons to Explore A Local Ethnic Market

    On a recent rainy weekend my husband and I were ready for an adventure. We were actually thinking about going to the local Farmer’s Market but with the rain we thought better of it. We then thought we should go do some errands we had been putting off. One of the errands was to look …

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  • Friday Favorites: Lake Getaway Inspiration

    A lake inspired getaway should provoke feelings of relaxation.

    It should bring back memories of nothing but peace, quiet, and tranquility; and of long summer days spend on the lake. A cabin by the lake is one of the most peaceful, relaxing places on earth, and bringing lakeside décor into your home is a great …

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    As we quickly head towards summer, now is the perfect time to update your home’s décor. The last of the snow is gone, and the cold days are behind us. Let’s see what dramatic changes are in store for summer-inspired home style.

    Throw Pillows

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  • May Flowers: Bring Beautiful Flowers Into Your Home

    Ever wonder why people send flowers when someone is sad? Studies have shown that flowers help people to feel less worry and anxiety. Fresh flowers can help lighten the mood, and are a wonderful way to bring a breath of fresh air into your home.

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    Seasonal Sipping: Your Spring Wine Selections For Barbecue Afternoons

    If faced with the question “Which do I look forward to more: the arrival of spring or opening a great bottle of wine?”, I would sense a touch of playful rhetoric from the questioner. Choosing between two of the most clearly desirable events known to womankind would exhibit about as much honesty as the question …

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  • Android Malware is on the Rise, 17% of apps are infected

    Anybody who owns a mobile phone is probably aware that malware and viruses are an unfortunate consequence of our desire to have the latest technology. It seems that every week dozens of new malicious apps are discovered, just waiting to seize our bank accounts and steal our identities. But how real is the risk?

    This …

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  • Key Dives in Islamorada, Adventure Underwater

    Key Dives in Islamorada, Adventure Underwater

    A weatherbeaten fisherman was getting ice from bait lockers at Bud ‘n Mary’s
    Marina. The place is legend in Florida’s Keys at Mile Marker 79.9, just north of
    the Tea Table Relief bridge, right on the Atlantic Ocean. There’s a large
    concrete deck that overlooks the marina. A perfect place to relax in early
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  • Friday Favorites: Home Style Inspired by the Beach

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  • Throwback Thursday: YouTube Launched 10 Years Ago

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  • Make the Most of Your Small Outdoor Space

    Regardless of the size of your great outdoors, with a few simple tricks –you can maximize your space to get the most out of it.

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  • A View To A Grill: My Grilled Veggies-For-Carnivores Recipe

    A View To A Grill: My Grilled Veggies-For-Carnivores Recipe

    In early April, a short vacation found me in a place and predicament where a temporarily odd diet was in order. You see, my intolerance to seafood combined with the decadence of some of the best restaurant menus in Boca Raton had me tempted beyond resistance to consume meat for ten meals in a row….succulent, …

    Read More

  • OO-Tray, A New Way to Think Cuisine

    OO-Tray, A New Way to Think Cuisine

    Their meals are delicious and substantial. These are not Californians playing
    with food. Everything is tasteful and savory, only the restaurant’s name is
    unconventional, perhaps hard to pronounce. Oo-Tray is a consternation of the
    French word ‘outré’ which in my old Larousse French dictionary from school means
    ‘exagere.’

    Yoel Sanchez and his partner Chef David …

    Read More

  • Oltremare Restaurant at Amara Cay Resort

    Oltremare Restaurant at Amara Cay Resort

    Oltremare is brand new and beautiful. Created off the lobby of the Amara Cay
    Resort oceanside at Mile Marker 80 in Islamorada in the Florida Keys, Oltremare
    boats ‘Cucina Italiana.’ The setting is open with an open modern bar. A huge
    grouper mural in black is set against translucent glass behind the bar. It
    immediately …

    Read More

  • The Florida Keys, The Way They Were

    The Florida Keys, The Way They Were

    Nothing is really remembered without nostalgia. The way things were during
    vacations taken long ago are memories of wonderful times, simpler times, when it
    was normal to take time, to spend time, to enjoy time. It was more than just
    getting some place, cell phone and computer in hand, then getting home; it was
    an …

    Read More

  • L.A. Law

     

    “The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of those depths.” Elizabeth Kubler-Ross.

          Some people think that lawyers have no soul because they appear emotionless, without empathy, as though a person’s loss or impending doom is irrelevant. The …

    Read More

  • Healthy Living—6 Reasons to Explore A Local Ethnic Market

    Healthy Living—6 Reasons to Explore A Local Ethnic Market

    On a recent rainy weekend my husband and I were ready for an adventure. We were actually thinking about going to the local Farmer’s Market but with the rain we thought better of it. We then thought we should go do some errands we had been putting off. One of the errands was to look …

    Read More

  • Seasonal Sipping: Your Spring Wine Selections For Barbecue Afternoons

    Seasonal Sipping: Your Spring Wine Selections For Barbecue Afternoons

    If faced with the question “Which do I look forward to more: the arrival of spring or opening a great bottle of wine?”, I would sense a touch of playful rhetoric from the questioner. Choosing between two of the most clearly desirable events known to womankind would exhibit about as much honesty as the question …

    Read More

  • Android Malware is on the Rise, 17% of apps are infected

    Anybody who owns a mobile phone is probably aware that malware and viruses are an unfortunate consequence of our desire to have the latest technology. It seems that every week dozens of new malicious apps are discovered, just waiting to seize our bank accounts and steal our identities. But how real is the risk?

    This …

    Read More

  • Key Dives in Islamorada, Adventure Underwater

    Key Dives in Islamorada, Adventure Underwater

    A weatherbeaten fisherman was getting ice from bait lockers at Bud ‘n Mary’s
    Marina. The place is legend in Florida’s Keys at Mile Marker 79.9, just north of
    the Tea Table Relief bridge, right on the Atlantic Ocean. There’s a large
    concrete deck that overlooks the marina. A perfect place to relax in early
    morning …

    Read More

  • Cinco de Mayo with a Healthy “Build Your Own” Taco Dinner

    Cinco de Mayo with a Healthy “Build Your Own” Taco Dinner

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  • Suicide and Chocolate on the Beach

    That night, the roar of the surf crashing against a wooden pier a few hundred yards down the beach was somehow reassuring; like knowing that the heartbeat of the place was alive and well. A blustery wind had come and gone hours earlier, but the ocean was still hurling foaming whitecaps onto the shore as …

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  • Top TEN Indicators You Have Become A Jock

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  • Forty Years of Black Death

    Forty Years of Black Death

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    people were murdered or starved to death by communist criminals inspired by
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  • Massacre at McCauley Memorial

    Massacre at McCauley Memorial

    Danny McCauley was just seventeen years old when the Jeep Wrangler he was
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  • My Mother is a Hypocrite!

    Dear Kathy,

         I am the mother of a 1 year old boy and 3 year old girl. My children are my life, I literally live for them. I have been home with them since my daughter was born and it’s been a blessing.

         Recently, I was offered a position at an agency I worked at …

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  • I’m Dating a Wildebeest!

    Dear Kathy,

         I am so cried out that I don’t have any tears left. Let me start at the beginning. I was diagnosed with sleep apnea two years ago and I have to sleep with a face mask that provides me with a steady flow of oxygen or I wake up exhausted and nauseous.

         My …

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  • Improve Your Career Prospects

    Dear Kathy,

         I am underemployed and depressed. A few years ago, my career was going well. I was on track to become a senior vice president at a prestigious corporation. I was laid off from one day to the next.

         I am now stuck working at a low paid job far beneath my education and …

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  • My Husband is an Alcoholic. Do I Stay or Do I Leave?

    Dear Kathy,

         My husband of 19 years is an alcoholic. Every night after work, he crashes on the sofa in front of the t.v. and drinks beer and wine until he passes out. He doesn’t even bother coming to bed anymore. I don’t remember the last time we had sex.

         My sister thinks I should …

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  • The Epoch Times Advice Column

    Dear Kathy,

         I majored in psychology in college and I want to write an advice column like yours. I love listening to people’s problems and offering them solutions. Can you tell me how you got started and give me some pointers, please? Are there any “do’s” and “don’ts” of which I should be aware? I …

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  • Social Security Nightmare

    Dear Kathy,

         I am in the midst of a Social Security overpayment nightmare. Three years ago, I received verbal authorization from a social security representative to begin drawing my social security benefits while simultaneously working part-time.

         I explained my situation in depth and the representative told me that I could draw my benefits without any …

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