Add Your News

EarthTalk: Green School Buses

Dear EarthTalk: I’ve heard that school buses cause a lot of pollution, especially for the kids riding inside. Is anyone making greener school buses yet? -- JM   Now that school is back in ses…
Read More »

NFESH's CEO Honored for Lifetime Achievement

We at NFESH are pleased and proud to announce that 'Enid A. Borden', our Founder and CEO, is the recipient of the 2019 Arthur S. Flemming Award, an honor bestowed annually by ADvancing States (former…
Read More »

National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - Let the Numbers Do the Talking

We have used this space numerous times in the past to talk about our What A Waste initiative and the benefit that it has been to congregate nutrition programs across the country. Four years after we …
Read More »

Meals on Wheels America News - Hockey, Drums and Broadway? Redefining Senior Citizenship

Happy Senior Citizens Day!You are a champion for seniors every day — and we know Senior Citizens Day is no different! We wanted to share a story with you about one of our favorite seniors to celebrat…
Read More »

America's Best: 10 Amazing Family-Friendly Hotels and Resorts

Are you dreaming about your next vacation? It's time to get inspired. From stunning mountain resorts to waterfront treasures, check out our picks for America's best hotels and resorts for families.  …
Read More »

Sweet Treats: 10 of America's Must-Visit Ice Cream Parlors

Chocolate? Vanilla? Black cherry swirl? Salted butter caramel? We can almost hear your stomach rumbling! Cool off with a delicious with a delicious scoop from America's best ice cream parlors. Read m…
Read More »

Calling All Bookworms: The Top 10 Bookstores in America

From political shops in the heart of Washington, D.C., to literary havens nestled away in New Orleans, get lost for a few hours in America's most amazing bookstores. 
Read More »

Exhibition - Silver Splendor: The Art of Anna Silver

Silver Splendor: The Art of Anna Silver examines over forty-five years of studio work and tracks the creative evolution of Silver from her origins to her current role as a beacon of painterly aesthet…
Read More »

Exhibition - Julie Green: Flown Blue

Bringing together over 830 plates, platters, and dishware, the exhibition explores the artist’s longstanding engagement with secondhand porcelain and stoneware dishes, drawing from both the large-sca…
Read More »

Meals on Wheels America News - Could You Live on $228 Per Week?

Poverty has an overwhelming grip on seniors across America.6.9 million seniors are struggling to make ends meet. The cost of living continues to rise. Retirement savings dwindle over time. Bills pile…
Read More »

Meals on Wheels America News - No American Should Be Left Behind

Lupe is the rock of her family.A deep tradition of service for our country ripples throughout their history, dating back to her stepfather's ultimate sacrifice while fighting in World War II.Decades …
Read More »

A Different Kind of 'Sign Language'

Banners. Signs with a word or two. Banners and signs beckoning us to look, and then directing or demanding something of us.  They seem to have become part of the urban and suburban landscape.  Do you…
Read More »

EarthTalk: Turning Carbon Dioxide Into Fuel

Dear EarthTalk: If we already know how to capture carbon dioxide (CO2) and turn it into fuel, why aren’t we doing more of it? -- M.N. With recent measurements detecting the highest levels of atmos…
Read More »

Meals on Wheels America's News - Even The Strongest Dads Need Help Sometimes

What would you do if you lost a leg and couldn't stand – much less stand over a stove to cook your meals?That's the reality Richard, 86 years old, lives with every single day. To make things more cha…
Read More »

Exhibition - En Iwamura: Legacy in the Vault at American Museum Of Ceramic Art

En Iwamura was born in Kyoto, Japan in 1988 with two painters as parents. When applying to art school in Japan, he thought he would follow their path but instead chose ceramics as a medium. This thre…
Read More »
Type in your Search Keyword(s) and Press Enter...