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22 Sep 2015

Facts, Pictures and Ways to Help Elephants In Honor of National Elephant Appreciation Day

Did you know that September 22 is National Elephant Appreciation Day? Elephants may never forget, but I did and you likely didn’t know. Humans are elephants most dangerous predator (actually, the only predator for large elephants). We illegally and inhumanly poach them for ivory and exploit them for ‘entertainment.’ The best thing we can do for elephants…

21 Sep 2015

The Craft Beer That Honors American Fallen Soldiers

If you’re gonna drink beer, you might as well drink for a cause. Dog Tag Brewing, a combat-veteran owned brewery, is making it easy to get a buzz while doing some good. The craft beer company has one mission: brew quality beer that delivers a message that remembers and honors those who have lost their life…

20 Sep 2015

Video of a Little Girl Asking Her Divorced Parents to Be Friends Is Adorable & Heart-Wrenching

Breakups are hard. Throw a child into the mix and things can get really messy. A 6-year-old girl named Tiana is melting the heart of millions in her video asking for her divorced mom and dad to be friends. Her mom, Cherish Sherry, uploaded the video to Facebook. Apparently Tiana’s mom had been arguing with her…

26 Dec 2015

MiFlight: Avoid Airport Aggravation!

How long is the airport security line? Every flyer wants to know. The answer is here. And we're all part of the solution.




18 Sep 2015

Doggy Devotion: Dog Stands Guard for a Week Until Trapped Friend Is Found

Having your dogs go missing is every pet parent’s worst nightmare. But thanks to a dog’s BFF, a Facebook post and group of volunteers, two pups are now home safe. When pups Tillie, a setter, and Phoebe, a basset hound, went missing in Washington state, a group of volunteers took to the streets and woods to find…

17 Sep 2015

New Program Lets Seattle Neighborhoods Customize Their Crosswalks

Those in San Francisco are familiar with The Castro’s beloved rainbow crosswalk. Seattle took it one step further when the city’s Department of Transportation announced that it will now permit community members to customize their neighborhood crosswalks. The eye-catching trend began in June when Seattle DOT repainted crosswalks in the city’s Capitol Hill neighborhood in honor of…

15 Sep 2015

Solar-Powered Backpacks That Help Keep South African Children Safe

Children in low income communities in South Africa don’t have the luxury of complaining about the same things as American schoolchildren, many also don’t have the luxury of reliable sources of light. According to the Parliament of South Africa, 11.4 million students walk to school daily, and those living in rough neighborhoods have to walk…

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