(BPT) - It used to be that the man's room – or man cave – was relegated to the basement or the garage. Now homes are being designed with the man cave already in mind to give men a place to call their own.
(BPT) - Are you beginning a remodeling project? Well, take a deep breath because your air is about to be affected in a major way.
(BPT) - A beautiful backyard has become a suburban status symbol much like a brand-new car in the driveway. Upgrading your outdoor space is not only uplifting, it’s practical, too. A great backyard expands your living space, enhances your enjoyment of your home and can boost resale value.
(NAPSI)—Anyone touched and intrigued by the book or movie about American Sniper Chris Kyle may be glad to know the story isn’t over.
(NAPSI)—As farmers hustle to the fields for 2015 planting, high oleic soybeans are marking the fifth season in the eastern part of the U.S. soybean-growing region.
(NAPSI)—Can you remember what you thought, felt and hoped for 16 years ago?
(NAPSI)—As a parent, you may wonder whether your preschooler has a vision problem or when a first eye exam should be scheduled.
(BPT) - Management expert Gary Hamel once said that innovation is “the only insurance against irrelevance … the only guarantee of long-term customer loyalty.” Achieving relevance and building strong customer relationships is key for any business, and that’s especially true for small businesses. Knowing how to achieve innovation, however, can be a challenge, even for small business owners who know their product, service and industry inside and out.
(BPT) - What jobs come to mind when you think of public service professions? Police officers, firefighters and community service advocates are likely responses. And you are correct; those are all admirable public service careers, but there’s so much more than that. There are many facets within the public service field that help keep our communities and cities thriving.