Sage Advice From Terri Clime on Fall Cancer-Fighting Foods – During Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and with it comes a focus on The “Big C,” the word no one ever wants to hear.

Terri Clime of Clime Wellness is incredibly grateful that she hit the cancer lottery “so to speak” when she was diagnosed with papillary thyroid cancer with its near 100 percent cure rate when it is localized. She is grateful and realizes her treatment and experience were much less extreme than what …

October 25 in Pop Culture History

October 25 in Pop Culture History
1938 – Archbishop of Dubuque, Francis J. L. Beckman, denounced swing music as “a degenerated musical system, turned loose to gnaw away at the moral fiber of young people.”

1940 – Benjamin O. Davis, Sr. was named the first African American general in the United States Army.

1962 – Nelson Mandela was sentenced to five years in prison.

1964 – The Rolling Stones appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show

October 24 in Pop Culture History

October 24 in Pop Culture History
1901 – Annie Edson Taylor, at age 63, became the first person to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel.

1902 (Volcano Eruption) Santa María.

1926 – Harry Houdini’s last performance took place at the Garrick Theatre in Detroit.

1929 – Stock market crash on the New York Stock Exchange “Black Thursday”

1931 – Over the Hudson River, and connecting the Washington Heights, Manhattan in New York City to …

How to Find the Perfect Holiday Gift For Yourself, Friends, and Family at Better Than Before Consignments!

You never know how your life is going to change, so you have to be open to each and every opportunity. This is sage advice from Sonya Nix, the owner of Better Than Before Consignments. a premiere resale shop in Alabama with a strong online presence and many loyal customers from around the nation

Some 25 years ago, Sonya walked into a consignment store while she vacationed in Tennessee with her husband, Glenn. She …

October 23 in Pop Culture History

October 23 in Pop Culture History
Avagadro’s number (6.02×10^23) is used as a basic unit of measure in chemistry, more commonly referred to as a Mole. It’s observed on October 23rd from 6:02 am to 6:02 pm

4004 BC is the date when the creation of the world began, according to the calculations of Archbishop James Ussher.

1850 – The first National Women’s Rights Convention opened in Worcester, Massachusetts.

1861 – President Abraham Lincoln suspended …

Slash Reveals New Single “The River Is Rising”

Watch the official music video with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators

Slash with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators

Guitar icon Slash has revealed a new single “The River Is Rising” featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators. The track is the group’s first new piece of music since the 2018 LP Living The Dream. The album hit No. 1 on the Billboard Top Hard Rock Albums chart.

Stream the official music video for “The River …

October 22 in Pop Culture History

October 22 in Pop Culture History
362 – The temple of Apollo at Daphne, outside Antioch, (in modern day Turkey) was destroyed in a fire.

1746 – The College of New Jersey (renamed Princeton University in 1896) received its charter.

1836 – Sam Houston was inaugurated as the first President of the Republic of Texas.

1879 – Thomas Edison tested the first practical electric incandescent light bulb – it lasted 13 1/2 hours.

1883 – …

Let M. Night Shyamalan Serve You Up Some Spookiness With Servant Season 1 And 2 Now Streaming On AppleTv+

Hope everyone is having a Spooktacular Halloween season. M. Night Shyamalan’s knows a thing or two about scary his fans. The famed director known for The Sixth Sense and Signs hit show Servant is now streaming on AppleTV+. Be sure to check it. It really is a great show especially for this time of year.

Servant follows a Philadelphia couple in mourning after an unspeakable tragedy creates a rift in their marriage and opens the …

October 21 in Pop Culture History

October 21 in Pop Culture History
1520 – Ferdinand Magellan discovers a strait now known as Strait of Magellan in South America.

1797 – In Boston Harbor, the 44-gun United States Navy frigate USS Constitution was launched. It was the third such vessel completed for the US Navy.

1854 – Florence Nightingale and a staff of 38 nurses are sent to the Crimean War.

1921 – The Sheik, starring Rudolph Valentino, premiered in Los Angeles…

Angels and Airwaves Bring Raw Emotion To Philly Show

The band is touring behind it’s first new LP in seven years

Angels and Airwaves [Matt Bishop Photo]

When Angels and Airwaves are in town, Everything’s Magic.

The alt-rock keystones have returned to the road to promote their new studio outing Lifeforms. It is their first full-length LP in seven years. Last night, the band stopped at Franklin Music Hall in Philadelphia to perform for a capacity crowd.

Angels and Airwaves [Matt Bishop Photo]

How International Best-Selling Author Cathleen Elle Helps Us Deal With Grief and Loss

With more than 744,000 COVID-19 related deaths in the nation in less than two years, it is difficult for most of us to grapple with the aftermath that occurs when so many families have been shattered.

 As we watch these heartbreaking stories on the evening news, along with other recent traumatic events, it can be helpful to have experts guide us as we begin to heal.

 Among those experts who can help us heal as …

October 20 in Pop Culture History

October 20 in Pop Culture History
1720 – Caribbean pirate Calico Jack Rackham, one of the first pirates to use the “Jolly Roger”, was captured by the Royal Navy.

1803 – The United States Senate ratified the Louisiana Purchase.

1818 – The Convention of 1818 was signed between the US and the UK which settled the Canada/United States border on the 49th parallel for most of its length.

1873 – Yale, Princeton, Columbia, and Rutgers …