Something Different – November 2020

Pilgrim Politics Approximately one year prior to the pilgrims’ landmark feast in 1621, the Mayflower landed off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, a waterside settlement later deemed Plymouth Colony. In an attempt to establish a united body between the colonists, the pilgrims enacted a unique set of laws under the Mayflower Compact, a document … Continue reading Something Different – November 2020

#TrendingNow – November 2020

2020 Masters Tournament For the first-time in its 84-year history, the Masters Tournament will arrive to Augusta for a fall debut. In lieu of warm spring breezes and greens flanked by patrons, golfers will be greeted with the autumnal bite of November weather and only the presence of their fellow competitors. Pre-tournament rounds begin on … Continue reading #TrendingNow – November 2020

Tip of the Month – November 2020

Preparing for the Polls Election Day is November 3 – are you casting your ballot? If so, you want to prepare for lines at the polls and make yourself aware of any additional safety measures that may impact your voting experience. You also want to ensure you are registered, identify your assigned polling place, and … Continue reading Tip of the Month – November 2020

Featured Story – November 2020

National Adoption Month This November marks the 25th anniversary of National Adoption Month. The 30-day campaign raises nationwide awareness about the need for adoptive families for children and youth in the foster care system. Spearheading the initiative are the Children’s Bureau and its partners, AdoptUSKids and Child Welfare Information Gateway. Children’s Bureau’s newest theme, “Engage … Continue reading Featured Story – November 2020

Tip of the Month – October 2020

Street and Treat Safety for Halloween Halloween without trick-or-treating is just another October day, which is why many millennial parents are advocating for a revised celebration of candy and costumes. Neighborhood associations and parent groups across the nation are encouraging a socially-distanced evening with masked-up families, travel-size hand sanitizer, and “treat yourself” buckets on doorsteps. … Continue reading Tip of the Month – October 2020

#TrendingNow – October 2020

The Next Generation of Apple Watches, iPad Air, and iOS Software Recently announced was iOS 14, Apple’s reimagined operating system boasting mini apps, interactive group chats, digital car keys, a translation app, mask-laden Memojis, and more. The iPad Air 4 is sleeker than ever and complements its space gray, silver, and rose gold options with … Continue reading #TrendingNow – October 2020

Something Different – October 2020

The Scoop on Superstitions Black cats, abandoned pennies, and broken mirrors aren’t just folklore of misfortune. Most superstitions are rooted in the beliefs and “real-life” happenings of our ancestors. Here’s an inside look into these most common fears: “Bless You” These two words are more than just a curtesy. Ancient Greeks and Romans believed that … Continue reading Something Different – October 2020

Featured Story – October 2020

National Cyber Security Awareness Month This year commemorates October’s 17th year as National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. The annual, 31-day campaign encourages Americans to secure all resources necessary to practice online safety. Spearheading the efforts are the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA). The theme for this year’s movement is … Continue reading Featured Story – October 2020