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A “Sneak-Peek” Mini-film Festival
Posted 52 days ago

The public is invited to a free mini-film festival where they will be able to watch several short films, and then vote for their favorites. The films with the most…

A “Sneak-Peek” Mini-film Festival
The Starter Mom: Fighting the “Fake” Flu
The Starter Mom: Fighting the “Fake” Flu
Posted 74 days ago

by Nicole Loughan

Despite up to date flu shots, my children and I found ourselves holding our hair back praying to the porcelain goddess last week. I wondered why this terrible…

The Starter Mom: Fighting the “Fake” Flu
Single in the Suburbs: Coffee Date vs. Dinner Date
Single in the Suburbs: Coffee Date vs. Dinner…
Posted 88 days ago

By Anonymous

After a straight year of continuous cereal dating, I have come to the realization that maybe I’m trying too hard and should just let things flow naturally. Between online…

Single in the Suburbs: Coffee Date vs. Dinner…
3 Steps to a Financial Savvy 2014
3 Steps to a Financial Savvy 2014
Posted 88 days ago

By Alyson Komyanek

Each January millions of us will make a resolution to start the New Year off right. Exercise more, watch less TV, get better grades, whatever it might be.…

3 Steps to a Financial Savvy 2014
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"Sneak-peek" film critics

A “Sneak-Peek” Mini-film Festival

The public is invited to a free mini-film festival where they will be able to watch several short films, and then vote for their favorites. The films with the most votes will be included in the “15-Minutes of Fame” film festival, which will take place Labor Day weekend. The mini-film festival, called “sneak-peek”, will be [...]

The Starter Mom: Fighting the “Fake” Flu

The Starter Mom: Fighting the “Fake” Flu

by Nicole Loughan Despite up to date flu shots, my children and I found ourselves holding our hair back praying to the porcelain goddess last week. I wondered why this terrible flu had happened to us? This rhetorical question usually just lingers, but this time, I had a chance to get answers and took it. [...]

Single in the Suburbs: Coffee Date vs. Dinner Date

Single in the Suburbs: Coffee Date vs. Dinner Date

By Anonymous After a straight year of continuous cereal dating, I have come to the realization that maybe I’m trying too hard and should just let things flow naturally. Between online dating on two different websites, numerous blind dates, meeting people through friends and occasionally bumping into a guy from high school with the, “Hey! [...]

3 Steps to a Financial Savvy 2014

3 Steps to a Financial Savvy 2014

By Alyson Komyanek Each January millions of us will make a resolution to start the New Year off right. Exercise more, watch less TV, get better grades, whatever it might be. Then, by the time February rolls around, we find ourselves feeling guilty for having broken that “new habit” 3 weeks ago. So this year, [...]

Harbortown Marina Raises over $2,500 to Support Country Acres Children’s Home

Harbortown Marina Raises over $2,500 to Support Country Acres Children’s Home

During the holiday season last month, the friends and residents of Harbortown Marina were able to raise a total of $2,570 in gifts and donations through their Angel Tree to support a brighter Christmas for the children at Country Acres Children’s Home in Titusville, FL. In the interest of strengthening the network of support for [...]

Single in the Suburbs: The “No Make Up” Date Challenge

by Anonymous Have you ever dared to go on a date without make up? Yeah, me neither. Until recently. Don’t think I’m crazy just yet. Hear me out. While preparing for a night out with a blind date through a friend, I found myself with only 15 minutes to prepare after a long day of [...]