- Written by UC Berkeley UC Berkeley
- Published: 14 August 2016 14 August 2016
Berkeley, California - “What’s cool about tiny homes is that the entire space is sort of a broadcast of some sort of value that you hold in relation to homes, sustainability, and how you’re living your life,” says Lindsay Graham, a research specialist at the Center for the Built Environment at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design.
- Written by YNN YNN
- Published: 12 August 2016 12 August 2016
Roll, Arizona - On Wednesday, August 24th and 31st, the Roll Library will host storytime for children of all ages at 10:30 a.m. Enjoy stories and songs, and discover a new favorite book! There is no charge to attend.
- Written by Amy Patterson Neuber Amy Patterson Neuber
- Published: 02 August 2016 02 August 2016
West Lafayette, Indiana - Communication skills hampered by smart phones, engaging in mob mentality, anonymity of communicating online and a lack of willingness to hear the other side during the presidential election are fueling incivility among virtual friends and in online communities, according to a Purdue University communication expert.
- Written by WalletHub Study WalletHub Study
- Published: 08 August 2016 08 August 2016
Washington, DC - With August being one of the most popular months for newborn arrival in the U.S. and Americans paying the most expensive birthing costs in the world, the personal-finance website WalletHub took an in-depth look at 2016’s Best & Worst States to Have a Baby.
- Written by Marissa Cox Marissa Cox
- Published: 30 July 2016 30 July 2016
New York - More Americans are hitting the road this summer, and as they prepare for their family vacations and outdoor adventures, sales of outdoor and camping-related products within the $19 billion industry are on the rise, according to global information company The NPD Group.