One of the pitfalls of relocating to an unfamiliar area is not really knowing what its like there. Will your new neighbors be the type of people you get along well with? Will the new community offer the type of atmosphere you are... read full post →
Tampa may well be on its way to taking over the moniker Green Bay. A blog called Creative Loafing has been listing the 100 greenest people and organizations in the Tampa Bay area and some of the list-makers are quite intriguing.
Project... read full post →
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New Mexico is the Land of Enchantment: Home to arid deserts, Rocky Mountain peaks, and all the majesty that lies in between. Many outsiders think of New Mexico as arid desert, sort of a continuation of... read full post →
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Residents of Minnesota, North Dakota, and parts of Canada have been scrambling over the last few weeks to stem the tide of the icy and unforgiving Red River. Ice jams have been backing up the river, compounding... read full post →
Many cities all over the U.S. encourage community participation in beautifying their environments with special awards programs.
San Francisco Beautifuls awards program is a great example. Since the early 1970s, the Beautification... read full post →