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Herbal Medicine to Help Heal the Tidal Wave of Grief

Herbal Medicine to Help Heal the Tidal Wave of Grief

The tidal wave of grief is the most profound and overwhelming emotion, other than love each human being will ever experience in their lifetime. Grief changes our world view…Everyone we know, our entire family, our beloved friends and cherished pets will one day die. Grief is the

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Wild Life Conservation

Wild Life Conservation

In response to proposed revisions to regulations listed on the Endangered Species Act announced today by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, World Wildlife Fund issued the following statement from Ginette Hemley, senior vice president, wildlife conservation: “Any effort to weaken the Endangered Species Act is of grave

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Redesigned food pantry helps to feed more people in Pinellas County

Redesigned food pantry helps to feed more people in Pinellas County

By Shaina Bent The St. Petersburg Free Clinic has transformed its Food Pantry into a Client Choice Pantry, which now provides a shopping experience much like major grocery stores. Clients are now able to choose foods that are consistent with their dietary needs, culture and families’ preferences.

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The SHINE St. Petersburg Mural Festival Returns October 6-14, 2018

The SHINE St. Petersburg Mural Festival Returns October 6-14, 2018

St. Petersburg, FL — Bringing more than a dozen new murals and artful Bright Spots to our City of the Arts, the SHINE St. Petersburg Mural Festival, returns for its fourth year October 6-14, 2018 showcasing colorful and inspiring public murals by a diverse group of mural

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What can I do to help bees back from massive die-offs in recent years?

What can I do to help bees back from massive die-offs in recent years?

EarthTalk® From the Editors of E – The Environmental Magazine  Dear EarthTalk: What can I do to help bees back from massive die-offs in recent years? — Bill Gorman, Albuquerque, NM    Major declines in populations of bees in North America and beyond is a big problem

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Preparing for the Storm with Dementia

Preparing for the Storm with Dementia

The state of Florida has truly had its eyes opened on the proper need of dementia training for their special needs shelters after last year’s Hurricane Irma. I have been extremely grateful to take on the task of educating and training Florida’s Heath Department employees on dementia

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The Global Search for Education: Wanted – Students Smarter Than Their Smartphones

The Global Search for Education: Wanted – Students Smarter Than Their Smartphones

“While the gap between what our societies need and what education systems provide continues to grow wider, the world provides so many good examples of educational success. Human beings need not be passive or inert. We have agency, the ability to anticipate and the power to frame

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St. Pete Glitter Queens 7th Annual Royal Ball

St. Pete Glitter Queens 7th Annual Royal Ball

7th Annual Royal Ball September 28th 7-11pm “Copa Calienta” A Night in Old Havana Tickets: $75 Includes: Silent Auction, Dinner, Dancing, Cash Bar, Live Latin Music & Dance Party DJ All proceeds benefit Starting Right, Now which is an organization to breaking the cycle of homeless teenagers

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Downsizing: Environmentalism’s Next Frontier

Downsizing: Environmentalism’s Next Frontier

Green Living and Minimalism Go Hand in Hand By: Avery Phillips Striving to live more minimally has a lot of great benefits: it can help with organization, improve finances, and — probably the most important of all — it can be eco-friendly. As explained by experts at Life

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Commissioner Morroni’s legacy: He put Pinellas County citizens first

Commissioner Morroni’s legacy: He put Pinellas County citizens first

Pinellas County lost a dedicated public servant and remarkable man on May 20 when longtime County Commissioner John Morroni lost his courageous battle with cancer. I first met John back in the ‘90s after he was elected to the Florida House of Representatives out of a newly

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