The innate pull that some possess to positively impact the lives of others is a pull that cannot be ignored. Sure, for a time you may pursue other ventures but at some point in your journey you will be brought back to your need to help those in need.
Almost a year ago, I wrote a post via the blog on essentials for urban moms. As I was becoming a new mom myself, I found that while living in an urban space like NYC, there were many factors involved.
Cultural places in the Berkshires like Tanglewood, Mass MoCA, Jacob's Pillow and the Williamstown Theater Festival have traditionally stolen the headlines as the stars of this picturesque region, but the locavore food and drink movement is shifting the spotlight.
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Activist Lauren Bush Lauren joins to discuss FEED Projects, an organization she founded while a student at Princeton to put an end to world hunger. The model turned activist is one of the world's leading social entrepreneurs.
It was in the "Napa Valley of Northern Italy" that Chef Bruno Serato's parents bought a humble little mom and pop Italian restaurant, and it was then that the then 14-year-old discovered his love of cooking.
Go beyond the lobster roll and discover what Portland, Maine has to offer with these tips from two local chefs.
Coming home from Honduras, our commitment to our million-meal goal is even stronger. On May 30 we will be putting on the Clarins Million Meals Concert for FEED at Lincoln Center, with the goal of raising at least 1 million school meals in one night.
You've done your spring cleaning, thrown away the tattered rags and given away the clothes that may not suit you anymore
On August 28th, hundreds of farms in upstate New York were destroyed by massive floods caused by Hurricane Irene. No one