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This morning Amazon announced a new program called “Alexa for Hospitality" as well as a partnership with Marriott to install Echo devices in hotel rooms to act as a kind of "virtual concierge." The initial rollout will be at "select" Marriott properties (e.g., Courtyard and

In celebration of the announcement of her next novel, the near-future crime thriller The Subjugate (more on that here), Aurealis Award-nominated author Amanda Bridgeman joins us today to talk about books that walk the line between science fiction and police procedural.
Genre-blending is becoming

A close look at four strategic initiatives hospital and health system senior leaders are using to keep their organizations relevant, necessary, and innovative.

Microsoft’s Bing launched a mobile version of its Visual Search tool that pulls up relevant pictures, product listings, and text snippets through photos your phone captures. In our testing, t…

The provider of industry-specific ERP systems last week launched versions of its Prophet 21 and Eclipse software with features designed to improve distributors’ e-commerce operations.

The fatty liver disease known as non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) is the second most common cause of liver transplant.

Epicor recognises organisations in Europe using Epicor solutions and services to transform business at annual UK customer summit

Louis Vuitton has designed a luxury leather goods collection in conjunction with this year's World Cup in Russia.

The stories and images of children separated from their families at the border are shocking. If you are not upset by what our government is doing, you have no heart. There are times in history that…

You may know that distracted driving is dangerous, but did you know that distracted walking leads to a significant number of injuries each year?

The sights and sounds are wrenching: A boy's cries of "Papa! Papa!" for the father he had been separated from. Youngsters placed in chain-link cages in an old Texas warehouse. Parents begging to know what will happen to their children
Child welfare has always been a challenging profession; state and local agencies across America make difficult decisions every day to separate children from their parents. But…

This article originally appeared at SoccerParenting.com A year ago today the most winning coach in U.S. Soccer history, a soccer legend who positively

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Sunscreen is powerful stuff, but you need to know more than just remembering to wear it. It’s not all created equal and you need to be a bit of a label reader to make sure your...

Indoor cycling workouts like Soul Cycle and FlyWheel are typically deemed celebrity workouts, but they do have some major benefits. 

Are you getting enough disease-fighting micronutrients from the calories you consume? Dr. Joel Fuhrman says these six foods are your ticket.

This Father's Day, take Dad out for something that you both can enjoy. Check out these easy and fun activities.

We are counting down the days until one of our favorite times of year.
Picnic time!
There will be a bbq, raffle prizes, face painting, games, live music, and more!
You won't want to miss out on the fun!
For more information or to volunteer, please contact Mary, [email protected]
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In Torrance, California, last month, a Federal Way man was charged with DUI after driving the wrong way down a city street and then striking two vehicles, a fire hydrant, and a light pole before slamming into a restaurant. Luckily, no one besides the driver suffered injuries, and he was arrested after being treated at the hospital
But although the man was charged with a DUI, he was not drinking alcohol at the time of the crash–he was allegedly using PCP, a drug…

Just because you’re following a healthy eating plan doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some summer classics.

By John Caldbick
On June 13, 1957, the town council of Duvall formally approves a contract that transfers operation of the Duvall Library to the King County Library System. The Duvall Library was built on public land on Main Street in 1935, largely through the efforts of the Duvall Women's Civic Club. Upon completion the building was donated to the town but was operated by the club, which retained ownership of the books and furnishings. This meant that under state law the library…