September 17, 2019

Archives for April 4, 2019

10 maps show how different LGBTQ rights are around the world

By Shayanne Gal and Ashley Collman from Business Insider On Wednesday, Brunei instituted Sharia Law, making sodomy a capital offense. INSIDER created a series of maps to visualize how gay rights vary around the world. Despite same-sex marriage being legal in the US, homosexuality is still illegal in 35% of countries in the United Nations. […]

Boston Globe’s Big Pictures

Globe staff photos of the month, March 2019 From Boston Globe Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month: a fire in the Fens, the beginning of spring, Ice Castles in New Hampshire, the annual citywide youth Spelling Bee, high school state hockey and basketball championships, and the […]

JTC reports strong figures in annual results

JTC has reported positive growth in 2018 and a particularly strong improvement in its profit margin in its first set of full year results as a public company. Published today (3 April), the results show that JTC, which is headquartered in Jersey and listed on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange (LSE), grew […]

CARICOM body warns sale of Scotiabank could have anti-competitive effect

CMC From Nation News PARAMARIBO –The Suriname-based Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Competition Commission (CCC) says the intended sale of Scotiabank’s assets in nine Caribbean countries could have anti-competitive effects in at least three CARICOM member states. “The Commission remains cognisant of the provisions of Article 175 of the RTC (Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas), and at this […]

Family Talk: Enduring hardship

By Dr. James Dobson Dear Friends, As we celebrate the Easter season and Jesus’ resurrection from the grave on April 21st, I want to devote my letter to the experience of hardship and persecution that often accompanies the Christian life. We are taught in Scripture to adopt a certain mental toughness that is designed to […]

9 reasons your face looks older than you are

By Mary Daly From Care2 Have you ever looked in the mirror and wondered when all those spots and wrinkles showed up? Aging is something to be celebrated. But if your face is starting to look much older than your actual age, there might be some lifestyle factors at play that are speeding up time. Here are nine […]

Pets help ease the aging process

From Newsmax Richard McIntosh hadn’t had any pets since his childhood farm dogs, but then he started a relationship with a competitive dog trainer and found his life filled with Golden Retrievers. Now McIntosh, 59, of Cornelius, Oregon, can’t imagine growing old without a dog or two by his side. “There was a little something […]

Healing herbs from the Bible conquer modern diseases

By Lynn Allison From Newsmax Experts agree that natural remedies can often trump pharmaceutical drugs in the treatment of many ailments. Heart disease, diabetes and arthritis may benefit from using the healing herbs of the Bible that have been around for thousands of years and have tried-and-true benefits without the nasty side effects on many […]

Doris Day, 97, misses working with Rock Hudson

By Solange Reyner From Newsmax Iconic actress and singer Doris Day, who turned 97 on Wednesday, says she misses working with Rock Hudson and lists “Calamity Jane” as her favorite film of all time. “I had such fun working with my pal, Rock,” she said during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. “We laughed our way through three […]

Pros and cons of popular wood materials for kitchen cabinet refacing

From KcR Kitchen Cabinet Refacing your kitchen cabinets is the best way to give your existing cabinetry storage with a fresh new look without burning your budget. It also allows you to follow your own style and preference as they are many beautiful wood choices for refacing. If you’re planning to have your kitchen […]