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All That Jazz
Category: Entertainment Published: March 2016
"Jazz singers interpret a wide rane of material, including torch songs, novelty and dance tunes, and standards borrowed from film, Broadway shows, Tin Pan Alley, the blues, and other genres."
Alleviating Poverty Through Profit Betsy Teutsch
Category: Dollars & Sense Published: March 2016
"Social entrepreneurs, merging social good with commercial distribution, are growing in number and influence. Social businesses launched by idealistic entrepreneurs strive to do well by doing good."
An Agnostic Encounters God Jerry L. Martin
Category: Religion Published: March 2016
"I had been raised ina Christain home, but those beliefs did not survive Philosophy 101, where arguments for the existence of God were shot down like skeets."
Analyze This Lang Smith
Category: Business & Finance Published: March 2016
"…The predictive analytics platform automatically will track all of your customers' actions from start to finish."
Are We at the Tipping Point? Steve Riczo
Category: Medicine & Health Published: March 2016
"The entrenched challenges of the U.S. health care system demand a transformed approach. Left unchanged, health care will continue to underperform, cause unnecessary harm, and strain national, state, and family budgets."
Baby Boomers and Millenials in the Hunt…for Apartments Lance Edwards
Category: Real Estate Published: March 2016
"Real estate investors and analysts alike are expecting a veritable tidal wave of new renters to enter the market in the next decade."
Baseball Diamonds Are a Girl's (and Boy's) Best (and Most Devout) Friend Wes D. Gehring
Category: Sportscene Published: March 2016
"I've tried 'em all--I really have--and the church that feeds the soul, day in, day out, is the church of baseball."
Charitable Giving Provides the Fabric of America Karl Zinmeister
Category: American Thought Published: March 2016
"Early on, citizens discovered that voluntary action to lift others up not only is possible, it is superior to the kind of state paternalism that diminishes freedom."
Cracking the Code Eileen Wacker
Category: Life in America Published: March 2016
"We need a mom's code in our worl [to] celebrate honest friendships and decry the soul-crushing nonsense that leaves a mother isolated, disillusioned, or sad."
Divine Intervention: Church Construction Trends Impacting the Commercial Building Sector Ryan Regina , Michael Regina
Category: Construction Industry Published: March 2016
"Church architecture has changed dramatically over the past 15 years, from the sterile brick, white window, and a steeple look to what have become hip facilities, often with multiple structures, which have become 'cool' communal hangouts."
Family--and God--Comes First Ed Martin
Category: Law & Justice Published: March 2016
"…I thanked God for making [Father Paul Scalia] a good son, a great friend, and a priest of God. I worry about how he will miss his dad more than how we will miss the [Supreme Court] Justice."
Foregoing Fat for a Profit Merilee Kern
Category: Mind & Body Published: March 2016
"…Dieting for dollars has come of age to the extent that large-scale corporate wellness programs and entire school districts and municipalities have embraced this approach."
Getting a Makeover without Appearing "Made Over" Kristy Murrow
Category: Mind & Body Published: March 2016
"Nothing beats the power of natural-looking beauty. This is why nonsurgical tereatments with natural-looking results are a viable option."
Learning Is Forever Robert R. Neuman
Category: Education Published: March 2016
"Even if your child intends to seek employment before going to college, remind him or her that any job is just like school. The characteristics of a good student also make a good employee."
Lying About Benghazi Jonathan W. Emord
Category: Political Landscape Published: March 2016
Why would then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lie to the public and even to the families of slain Americans on the very day they and the nation received the coffins of those families' deceased loved ones?
Not a Fine "Whine" Ivana Cortes
Category: Life in America Published: March 2016
"…While you will not be able to eradicate whining overnight--or once and for all--you can help your children learn to use more productive, less annoyign means of communication."
Picturing Prestige
Category: USA Yesterday Published: March 2016
Paintigns of high society figures, titans of industry, and Founding Fathers illustrate early New York's growth as a city and arts capital.
Religious Liberty Derives from Property Rights Larry P. Arn
Category: Religion Published: March 2016
"The most formidable enemies of property rights are formidable precisely because they know better than to separate the issue of property rights from the issue of other freedoms, including freedom of conscience and religious liberty."
Testing Republican Resolve Henry Olsen , Dante Scala
Category: Political Landscape Published: March 2016
"…The GOP contains four factions based primarily on ideology, with elements of class and religious background tempering that focus."
The Clintons Keep Cashing In Raymond L. Fischer
Category: National Affairs Published: March 2016
"The Clinton Foundation has failed to disclose millions of dollars in donations from foreign entities who 'needed Secretary of State Clinton to approve transactions with serious national security implications and without Obama Administration approval.' "
The Power of Referral Annie Tsai
Category: Business & Finance Published: March 2016
"…If you are doing your job well, customers will want to tell their friends and family about the great new store, restaurant, service, etc. that they have found."
The Secret Is Out
Category: Science & Technology Published: March 2016
Exhibition explores the trillions of microscopic organisms that live on--and in--us.
You Can Make Book on It Joseph N. Gagliano
Category: Athletic Arena Published: March 2016
The author coordinated the Arizona State University men;s basketball point-shaving scandal, and later was sent to Federal Prison. Now labaled a two-time felon, he is telling his story…"