FOR THE CHILDREN

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It's extremely crucial to address the horrific situation in Sudan, where innocent children are being victimized by violence and conflict.

Regardless of race, religion, or ethnicity, the loss of innocent lives is a tragedy that demands attention and action from the global community.

My frustration is with the lack of awareness and action, especially from religious leaders who have a platform to speak out against such atrocities. Their silence can indeed be perplexing and disheartening.

EASTERN SHORE SITES

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According to Travel and Leisure, East Coast beach towns come in all shapes and sizes, and Palm Beach, Florida is certainly one of the most glittery — and photogenic.  “Filled with endless style and abundant sunshine, Palm Beach is an oasis that feels a bit like stepping into a postcard,” says Broome.

CROCS

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Growing up in a fabulous Latino family I'm very aware of the chancletas.

Meditate & Mediate

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Mediate with meditation is the new mantra adopted by Donovan, the 60s singer, says meditation can help rid rough areas of crime

REAL APPEAL

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DIY projects can be a double-edged sword. While they can save money and potentially increase a home's value when done well, there are significant risks involved if the workmanship is subpar. Sabrina Soto might make it look effortless on TV, but in reality, it takes skill and expertise to execute renovations effectively.

WILD WORDS

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Edgar Allan Poe, poet, author, and editor - “Words have no power to impress the mind without the exquisite horror of their reality.”

The Raven shows that experience is the best teacher. When Poe mentioned the exquisite horror of their reality, it suddenly takes us back to a big realization in life, failures, and rejections, can be the worst kind of experiences. If you ever heard folks say “You cannot change people” believe them. No advice is enough to change and shift people’s perspectives, but it is fine to call them out.

TOURIST TRAP

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Times Square is the biggest tourist trap on the globe, the major commercial intersection, tourist destination, entertainment hub, and neighborhood in Midtown Manhattan,

New York City, New York, U.S. It is formed by the junction of Broadway, Seventh Avenue, and 42nd Street. 

"Its legendary status attracts approximately 330,000 people daily – which some say makes it a stressful and overcrowded experience," Preply states.

SWEET HOME

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If you want to be happy and safe in the later years of life, make some adjustments now and forget about it later.


With a majority of Americans preferring to live in their own homes as long as possible, experts stress the importance of modifications to keep dwellings safe and accessible. 

Here’s a summary of tips from the National Institute on Aging and AARP, which offers a free room-by-room guide with practical suggestions for older adults living independently.

LIGHT SHOW

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On this Mothers Day weekend, Mother Nature provided us with a natural light show with our any electricity or pyrotechnics.

The #northernlights provided a rare sight for residents across the U.S. and around the world Friday night, with a powerful solar storm fueling a spectacle seen as far south as the Florida Keys.

Above is a look at a breathtaking image.

WE WONT BE SILENCED

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It's concerning when leaders undermine the free press, as it's a cornerstone of democracy and essential for holding power to account.

My younger self reminds me that the responsibility of civic-minded folks, new media, and all citizen journalists is to continue challenging lies, disinformation, and exaggeration to hold leaders accountable now as it is crucial, particularly when trust in institutions is at an all-time low.