The Cat Days of Summer

Cats don’t pant as much as dogs do, but this doesn’t mean that their cooling and hydration requirements are any less – especially during the summer month.

This is why Alley Cat Allies, the national cat advocacy organization, is offering these tips for protecting felines from the summer heat…

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Don’t Miss National Grandparents Day

National Grandparents Day will fall on September 11 this year.

It might be easy to miss, coming as it does on the anniversary of the worst terrorist attack on the U.S. And that would be a shame.

In 1970, Marian McQuade initiated a campaign to establish a day to…

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FICO: 32% of Millennials Owe $20,000 or More in Student Loans

A new survey from FICO found that 32 percent of Millennials owe $20,000 or more in student loans, while 45 percent owe $7,000 or more on auto loans. Two in five are concerned about their level of debt.

Nearly every Millennial surveyed said that car ownership is a…

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The Industry of Figuring Out Millennials

As the Millennial Generation grows larger than the Baby Boomers, marketers are scrambling to learn all they can about what these young adults want and how they think. Now everyone has a custom database to assist with this effort.

Called Whatsgoodly, this project bills itself as, “the largest database of…

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Cannabis Gets a Trade Show

When did the cannabis industry become so respectable? Suddenly this once seedy (pun intended) business has entrepreneurs with business degrees, a credit union — and even a big industry-sponsored trade fair that’s open to the public.

One such happening event is taking place this weekend, in Portland, Oregon. It…

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