It's time to do more to curb global climate change.
While he was in college, Drew Mitchell heard from all of his professors that an internship was the key to a career. So, the Western Kentucky University public relations and political science major knew he couldn't settle for any summer job -- he needed the right summer job.
Take a vacation to the beach, and your kids will probably want T-shirts as souvenirs. Or, go to New York and you might do a little -- okay, a lot -- of shopping. But if you don't set a budget for souvenirs and extras in advance, you might go overboard.
Before you pull out the plastic, you might want to explore some alternative ways to fund your trip that don't include double-digit interest rates.
When it comes to otherworldly allure, few story ballets can rival Cinderella. Sergei Prokofiev's score haunts and enchants; the melodies mimic what one would expect from the imaginations of stars and fairies.
June - the gateway to summer - is wide open and we can now see through it to July and August. You can literally feel the seasonal vibe in the air. Kids getting on the bus to go to summer camp. Graduates on the cusp of adulthood. Summer books and summer movies. Outdoor activities.
In a few short days, on June 21, the first day of summer 2015 will be here. To get ready for the season, some shopping might be in order. But before you set out and pay full price for a new swimsuit, grill or vacation, you should look for ways to save money this summer.
The famously muddy festival, held yearly on Randall's Island in New York, will take place from June 5-7 and features a stacked lineup for fans of pretty much any genre. Headliners for this year's fest include well-known acts - but we think it's the emerging acts that everyone will be talking about.