Walmart, Target Black Friday Ads Leaked

Early Black Friday Deals at Target, WalmartMany retailers in the United States have already posted their 2010 Black Friday ads online. Retailers such as Walmart and Target are offering some great deals this year. Along with Walmart’s separate Toy Book deals they will also be offering a savings of up to 30% on their latest toys, housewares, and electronics. On Sunday […]

Applebee’s Veterans Day 2010

Serving Those Who ServeApplebee’s is showing its patriotism in support of our nations troops, past and present, by offering free meals to veterans this veterans day. Applebee’s anticipates serving over 1 million meals to veterans at their 1900 locations nation wide. Their website,, even has a running counter of the number of veterans served today, […]

Kansas Senior Charles Wolock Gets Perfect ACT Scores

Kansas Senior Gets Perfect ACT ScoresCharles Wolock, a senior from Kansas, recently recorded a perfect score on his ACT test. To add to his profile, Wolock also aced the SAT as well. After netting a 2400 on his SAT, Wolock scored a perfect 36 on the ACT. The ACT and SAT are tests used to […]

2010 Daylight Savings Time

The ending of Daylight Savings Time comes on November 7, 2010 this year. We will be back to standard time after Daylight Savings Time passes. On November 7, clocks should be adjusted and turned back exactly one hour. This adjustment will mark the end of Daylight Savings Time for the year 2010. Many people believe that Daylight […]

Today Is National Bosses Day 2010

Oct. 16 is an Important day…for your boss Every October 16, National Boss Day is celebrated. It is not a laughing matter. With the economy in a precarious condition it might pay to be a little more considerate of Bosses. Giving a card and taking out your manager to lunch are some of the things […]

Autumn de Forest Art World Child Prodigy

Art World Child Prodigy Autumn de Forest Seven-year-old Abstract Expressionist painter Autumn de Forest is taking the art world by storm. The diminutive Los Angeles artist routinely wins art competitions, even when pitted against adult painters. Autumn normally creates large works, usually in the 4′ x 6′ range. De Forest bypasses the difficulty of painting a canvas […]

National Coming Out Day Is Today

October 11 is noted as National Coming Out Day. National Coming Out Day is an internationally recognized observance that promotes the civil discussion and awareness of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered people across the world. National Coming Out Day is observed every year on October 11th and on October 12th in the United Kingdom. The event […]

Columbus Day 2010, Still Observed

For nearly 500 year Americans have celebrated Columbus Day on the closest Monday to October 12th. As children we were taught the now famous saying, “Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492.” Our first official celebration was back in 1792 in New York City. In recent years the story of Columbus discovering American has been challenged. Authors […]

Mastercard Launches Direct Express Credit Card

Mastercard has announced the release of its latest debit card system. Direct Express is taking aim specifically at veterans and will allow for veterans to access their pension and compensation funds directly from the card. The Direct Express cards were made available after nearly half a million reports made by vets that their checks had either been lost […]

Connetiut’s Durham Fair Starts Today

Connecticut’s largest agricultural fair started September 23 and is slated to run through Sunday, September 26. The Durham Fair will feature live entertainment. Bands, truck and tractor pulls. Animal shows and demonstrations will occur throughout the four-day event. Additional events include a demolition derby and a rodeo for kids. The fair will have the usual […]