By Spencer Mason Lincoln Park With one of the city’s longest stretches of traffic-free biking and designated bike lanes along many of the main streets, it’s no wonder Lincoln Park is a favorite Chicago neighborhood among avid cyclists and recreational bike riders alike. Paved paths crisscross the expansive namesake park, providing easy access to the […]
SAN DIEGO–Intuit Inc. will continue offering TurboTax® to qualified taxpayers through its continued participation in the Internal Revenue Service’s Free File program. More than 95 million American taxpayers are eligible for free online tax preparation and e-filing through Free File, a philanthropic, public-private partnership between the IRS and the tax software industry. The IRS and […]
SAN DIEGO–Heroes and Artisans, opening Sunday, February 28 at Mingei International Museum in Balboa Park, celebrates the 200th anniversary of Mexican independence (1810), the 100th of the Mexican revolution (1910) and the folk art that colorfully and vitally expresses the nation’s spirit. Just as the heroes of independence and the revolution were great artisans in crafting […]
Beautiful Glacier National Park is located in Montana, on the Canadian border. But you can visit it “virtually” with this video from Thompson’s Water Seal.
Some common-sense precautions can help keep you safe from this potentially deadly infection.
Haitian orphans who survived the harrowing earthquake are arriving in the U.S. — entering their new homes and lives with adoptive families.
WASHINGTON–Massachusetts State Attorney General Martha Coakley’s defeat in the race for the late Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat against Republican Scott Brown reminds young Democratic activists of the importance of engaging and getting out the youth vote in the upcoming election cycle. In addition to Massachusetts, Young Democratic Organizations in states including California Connecticut, New York, […]
SAN DIEGO–Tony Award winner Judy Kaye will sing the songs of Harold Arlen and other giants of the American songbook in a special cabaret performance in the Globe’s new Hattox Hall on Monday, February 8 at 8 p.m. David Green directs and Dennis Buck music directs the internationally renowned concert and opera star. Hattox Hall […]
WASHINGTON–The Army released suicide data for the month of December. Among active-duty soldiers, there were ten potential suicides: one has been confirmed as suicide, and nine remain under investigation. For November, the Army reported 11 potential suicides among active-duty soldiers. Since the release of that report, three have been confirmed as suicides, and eight remain […]
(Newswise)–Gently rocking embryos while they grow during in vitro fertilization (IVF) improves pregnancy rates in mice by 22 percent, new University of Michigan research shows. The procedure could one day lead to significantly higher IVF success rates in humans. Researchers built a device that imitates the motion that embryos experience in the body as they […]