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Foundations, Charities, And Nonprofits, Oh My!

What do you do when you want to make a difference, but there’s no established charitable organization that can help you achieve your objectives? Whether you want to raise awareness of a rare disease that claimed a loved one, or help people break their “addiction” to their smartphones, there are …

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The Resilience of the American Vacation in Mexico

Twenty years of escalating violence and recent political tension between the U.S. and Mexico are changing how Americans plan, book, and take vacations south of the border. Despite the turmoil, few Americans are deterred. They are still going — Mexico’s beaches in particular have been a staple for the better …

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From The Archives: Housewife By Day, Trial Rider By Night

There’s something magical about rediscovering old footage, ads, and documentaries from half a century ago. It feels incredibly outdated, sometimes sexist, yet absolutely fascinating. If in 2019, the concept of a mom and wife who likes motorcycles and races them isn’t so alien, in 1965, it was special-enough to make …

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Tall Tower Gets Big Loan: $425 Million Refinancing Issued for Panorama Project | Daily Business Review

Rosenthal Rosenthal Rasco founding partner Kerry Rosenthal. Courtesy photo In Miami, developers are building higher, and the related real estate transactions are getting bigger. On the lending side, a $425 million refinancing was issued by Wells Fargo Co. for Brickell’s Panorama Project, which includes the 85-story Panorama Tower — the tallest residential building …

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Parents Discover 12-Year-Old Daughter’s Letter to Herself

A teenage girl’s letter to herself before she died is a heartbreaking reminder that life, sometimes, is all too short. Tim and Mary Ellen Smith’s 12-year-old daughter, Taylor, passed away due to complications from pneumonia. They had to go through her stuff in the family’s Johnson City, Tennessee, home, and …

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