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US Anthropology Researches Thanksgiving Fare

Traditional food served on Thanksgiving has a really long history. Today, throughout America and in other countries (expats), the holiday has kept up very much with these traditions. Let’s take a look at how they came about and what people ate on November 27, 2014. Interestingly, a lot of the typical food found at the […]

Helping Women Get into and Stay in Business

There are many organizations which work hard to get women into the workforce, especially helping them to achieve a certain level of independence through the establishment of their own businesses. Among these innovative and vital programs are the Office of Women’s Business Ownership- a branch of the United States Small Business Administration; Mujeres d Éxito- […]

Ayudando a las Mujeres a Crear y Mantener sus Negocios

Hay muchas organizaciones que trabajan arduamente para meter a las mujeres en el mercado laboral, sobre todo ayudándoles a alcanzar un cierto nivel de independencia a través de la creación de sus propios negocios. Entre estos programas innovadores y vitales está la Oficina de la Mujer Propietaria de Negocios (OWBO, por sus siglas en inglés) […]

San Diego Charles Brandes on Middle East Investments

When one invests, there are a lot of issues to take into consideration.  Along with the fiscal issues plaguing potential investments, the “geopolitical developments of the Middle East” have to be taken into consideration. This is an issue Brandes Investment Partners, LP, has been aware of in recent times.  According to the firm’s investment director, […]

North Carolina: New Dinosaur Discovery

It seems like the T.Rex might be getting a run for its money.  Now that the Siats meekerorum has been discovered by paleontologists at North Carolina State University, this could mean the T. Rex will have to share some of the attention it has been getting for the last gazillion years.  It seems that this […]

US Natural Gas Companies: The Lowdown

When it comes to gas suppliers throughout the nation, America has a variety of choices, depending on what is a priority for the consumer.  This article spotlights two companies that focus their gas supply on the more natural element – American Natural and ConocoPhillips. American Natural seeks to “provide freedom and flexibility to today’s modern […]

Remembering JFK This Week

News organizations and companies around the country are getting ready to mark the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination. The anniversary, which will be on November 22, certainly opens up old wounds for many. NBC News is marking the anniversary with a week-long series of special reports. These will culminate in a two-hour primetime documentary. This […]

Time Capsules Nationwide

One hundred years from Thursday 17th October 2013, Harvard anthropologists will be able to open a 100-year-old time capsule.  In the time capsule is: a used Post-it pad, a first-generation iPhone, Wednesday 16th October’s edition of ‘The Crimson,’ and a can of Coke Zero.  The installment of this time capsule took place at the Tozzer […]

World’s Largest Dinosaurs Visit America

Kids love dinosaurs.  So it’s fun to take them to a museum displaying them.  The traveling exhibition entitled “The World’s Largest Dinosaurs” has so far been enjoyed by both children and adults alike.  It was first displayed at the Museum of Prairiefire, Kansas City, marking the beginning of 20 such exhibits to be shown by […]

Geography America – Giant Traveling Maps Program

The public programming section of the National Geographic Society, National Geographic Live, has a project to promote geography America in schools.  The plan – that began around six years ago – was set up to help students learn about geography America on a much larger scale than they have been to date.  Indeed, at the […]