Archives: December 2017

Giving Back to the Community – Highland Capital Management

One of the greatest secret in understanding communities, is investing in human assets; predominately, investing in people who live in those communities. Highland Capital Management is not only an investment advisor organization, but the organizations’ vision and philosophy is the believe that human spirit can make a difference within the community. Learn more about Highland

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Great Dental Can Start With MB2 Dental

Seeing a traditional dentist should never cause you the anxiety of painful dental work or a huge bill. There is now many great reasons to protect your smile at a cost you can afford. Many celebrities today, have decided to brighten their teeth because they want to look good in front of the camera with

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Early Cassio Audi

Cassio Audi is the Brazilian from Sao Paulo who started the band called Viper back in 1985. He was an instrumentalist and continued with the band until 1989. There were five members of Viper, including Audi. Viper performed a variety of rock including power metal, heavy metal, thrash metal and alternative rock. Their influence were

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Two Canadian Olympic Swimmers Call it Quits:

Neither Dominique Bouchard nor Chantal van Landeghem have reached 30 years of age, but the two Olympians announced they are retiring from competative swimming. Van Landeghem is the older of the two at 26, while Bouchard is 23. Bouchard, however, was diagnosed with deep vein thrombosis in her right leg earlier in 2017, which may

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Swimmer Gets A Second Chance At Glory

Miguel Duran is a Spanish swimmer who always dreamed of swimming at the Olympics. This dream has come true in 2017, but Miguel’s dream was almost cut short after he accidentally engaged in a false start. After being thrown out of the race for the false start, Miguel Duran left the water with tears running

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New Documentary Highlights Autistic Swimmers

There’s a new documentary about swimmers with autism, and how the sports helps them to navigate through life. “Swim Team” aired recently on PBS and focuses on the Jersey Hammerheads, a swim team based in New Jersey. The team is made up of young adults and teenagers who are all on the autism spectrum. This

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Ending Citizens United? A Possibility, After All!

End Citizens United is a PAC that is funded by grassroots donors. ECU was established on the 1st of March, 2015 and it is a non-profit committee that is based in Washington, DC with more than 3 million members. The PAC’s mission involves actively fighting against Citizens United. The organization plans on making changes in

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Security and Cloud Migration

Onelogin is an identity and access management platform created by the developers of Zendesk. Through their website they also seek to arm prospective interests in information about IT security and identity management risks. In the article “Keep calm and cloud on: migrating complete environments to the cloud in stormy skies” Onelogin presents information about the

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USA Swimming – Junior Pan Pacific Championships 2018 Selection Criteria

Junior Pan Pacific Swimming Championships will be taking place come 2018. The USA Swimming has publicized the eligibility requirements and procedures for the upcoming 2018 Junior Pan Pacific Championships, planned and scheduled for August 23 to August 27 in Fiji. Top junior-level swimmers from Canada, United States, Japan, and Australia will showcase their swimming and

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Using Swimming Lessons to Close the Racial Gap In New York

About 58 percent of Latino Children and 69 percent of black children have little to swimming ability, that’s relative to the 42 percent of their white counterparts. According to a survey conducted by the US Swimming Foundation, the gap between the number of Latino and African-American children with limited or no ability to swim compared

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