Time is Ticking for the Flying Squirrel

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Time is Ticking for the Flying Squirrel ~ Carmen Schwartz   You would never imagine that the squirrel population needs protection when you look out your porch doors and see them running up and down the trees outside, scurrying away from the cats, or stopping dead in their tracks when the dog barks and basically […]

How the Poor Can Save Capitalism

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How the Poor Can Save Capitalism Rebuilding the Path to the Middle Class by John Hope Bryant Foreword by Ambassador Andrew Young Berrett-Koehler Publishers                                                               […]

Joy Luck Amy

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Amy Tan “The Boomer List” Interview with Kam Williams Joy Luck Amy   Born in Oakland, California on February 19, 1952 to immigrant parents from China, Amy Tan is an award-winning writer whose novel, The Joy Luck Club, was translated into 35 languages and adapted into a hit feature film. She resisted her mother’s pressure […]

New York: A City That Showed Sports Greatness

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New York: A City That Showed Sports Greatness ~ Amy Lignor As soon as you believe New York is down, the entire city stands up to prove you wrong. This is that city that houses history; this is that city that will provide you with ‘Patience’ and ‘Fortitude’ on the steps of the most incredible […]

Yamaha Introduces New Props and Smoother Shifting to Midrange Outboards

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  Yamaha Introduces New Props and Smoother Shifting to Midrange Outboards Capt. Ted Lund   Known for manufacturing some of the smoothest running, shifting and quietest outboards on the market, Yamaha’s midrange motors just got a little smoother and quieter thanks to a new series of hi-tech, hi-performance aluminum propellers. Specifically designed for outboards ranging […]

Land to Table: California Grass-Fed & Grass-Finished Beef

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  Land to Table: California Grass-Fed & Grass-Finished Beef   The Piedra Blanca Rancho lords over the Pacific roughly halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles. Grassland, native oaks, and chaparral cover its gentle slopes. Coastal prairie extends from the foothills to the cliffs above San Simeon Bay. Rainfall runs up to 20 inches at […]

The Answer is…No

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The Answer is…No ~ Amy Lignor   Of course it matters if fans watch football games. However, no matter how you look at it, the fans are never going to stop. Football is here to stay. It is the most beloved game in the United States, and bad headlines are not going to make it […]

The Slam Dunk of Tennis

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The Slam Dunk of Tennis ~ Amy Lignor Okay, the most fun we ever had was with John McEnroe. Why? Because the screaming and the stomping of his feet, and the throwing of the balls and racquets, actually made tennis interesting for the first time ever. His rivalry with Jimmy Conners brought about match-ups that […]