Today's blog: Memorial Day is a wonderful time to thank those who have served or are serving in the United States Armed Forces. Wearing poppies on this day holds a significant place in history and Jenn shares on the blog about when she learned what this meant.
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Today's blog: Memorial Day Weekend is upon us and if you don't have a great recipe for the family barbeque yet, Jodi is here to save the day -she shares her favorite recipe on the blog today.
Today's blog: Memorial Day generally involves food, family and friends - Krystal shares her favorite memories on the blog today, what are your favorite childhood memories of this special weekend?
Today's blog: What’s more fun: binge watching shows on demand or live watching where you have to wait every week for a new episode? Before Game of Thrones, Donneshia liked to binge - but after eight seasons of heartbreak and victory, GoT came to an end on Sunday. What did you think of the finale?
Today's blog: Have you ever seen a tractor trailer parked on the side of a busy roadway? It may seem juvenile, but it can cause catastrophic injuries to passenger vehicles if they come into contact with it - Chris sheds some light on this today on the blog.
Today's blog: Spring has sprung and April’s showers have graced us with some beautiful May flowers. Along with the warming temperatures and longer days that we’re enjoying comes the return of another seasonal rite – baseball & softball season. Read the blog today for four common baseball myths explained in more detail!
Today's blog: With golf season in full swing (pun partially intended), we're here to remind you that a rule instated last year says you can in fact putt with the flag in! Did you know that? Well, now you do!
Today's blog: In the biggest blow yet to Bayer/Monsanto, this week a California jury rendered a $2 billion (with a “B”) verdict to a husband and wife who both contracted non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma as a result of their use of and exposure to Monsanto’s Roundup glyphosate-containing herbicide. Read Zak's take on this lengthy case on the blog today.
Today's blog: Have you ever thought about your "word"? The thing that describes you in just ONE word. Jenn was recently challenged with this on Mother's Day at church - it's a lot harder than you would think!
Today's case breakdown: Recently, in McIlwain v. Saber Health Care Group (“Saber”), the Pennsylvania Superior Court voided an arbitration provision contained in a nursing home admission finding no lawful relationship between the signor of the agreement and the resident.