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U.S. Employment Rate Reaches Five-Year Low in September

WASHINGTON, D.C. – October 31, 2013 – According to the Labor Department, the United States unemployment rate fell to a five-year low last month. However, employers continued to hedge their bets by adding a modest 148,000 jobs during the month. The current unemployment rate is 7.2 percent, which is the lowest mark since November 2008 […]

Phillip Elden – Government Shutdown Affects National Parks

The work stoppage led to increased wildlife risk and prevented crews from tending to forest, says Phillip Elden. EUGENE, Oregon – October 25, 2013 – According to Phillip Elden, the government shutdown has caused much distress in national parks and public spaces, as many families saw their October vacations ruined by park closings, says Phillip […]

Feed the Children – Opening of Food Distribution Center

The new location for Feed the Children will feature a Teacher Store for local educators and school officials. NASHVILLE, TENN. – October 22, 2013 – Feed The Children proudly announces the opening of a brand-new distribution center located in La Vergne, Tennessee. A spokesperson from Feed the Children says the distribution center will house a […]

Scott Sohr – Bruce Munro Light Exhibition at Cheekwood

The landmark will serve as the exhibition’s second appearance in the U.S., says Scott Sohr of Nashville. NASHVILLE, Tennessee – October 18, 2013 – Scott Sohr, Nashville land developer, today announced that the Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art will host only the second North American exhibition of LIGHT. LIGHT is a thrilling outdoor […]

Chuck Brennan – Successful Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

Brennan Rock & Roll Academy sponsored the annual event. LAS VEGAS, Nevada – August 28, 2013 – Chuck Brennan, founder of Brennan Rock & Roll Academy, was proud to be a co-sponsor of this year’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony. The academy was one of only two sponsors of the event, which […]

Charles C. Brennan Releases Statement on Emergency Plane Landing

Dollar Loan Center founder Charles C. Brennan chartered a flight for ’80s rock bands Dokken and Ratt in August. Though the plane was forced to make an emergency landing, no one was hurt. LAS VEGAS, Nevada – August 19th, 2013 – Charles C. Brennan reports that a private airplane transporting ’80s rock bands Dokken and Ratt […]

Marla Ahlgrimm Pledges Support to Pharmacy School

Marla Ahlgrimm Pledges Support to Pharmacy School

Pharmacist Marla Ahlgrimm establishes The Marla Ahlgrimm Fund at UW–Madison School of Pharmacy. MADISON, Wisconsin – August 6, 2013 – Marla Ahlgrimm recently announced a multimillion-dollar pledge to the University of Wisconsin’s School of Pharmacy. The successful businesswoman has promised two separate multimillion-dollar commitments to the school. According to Marla Ahlgrimm, the funds are to be […]

Proper Prevention Is Key to Reduce Burglaries

Warm weather, outdoor activities, and summer travel mean many homes sit vacant, which can invite theft and other criminal activity. ARLINGTON, Va. – August 2, 2013 – Thousands of homes are broken into each year with a cumulative loss of nearly $5 billion. Thefts become more prevalent during summer months when many families choose to […]

Rabbi Binyomin Lisbon – 1900s Kosher History

Kosher certification agency founder Rabbi Lisbon details rich heritage of kosher lifestyle. LOS ANGELES – August 2, 2013 – Rabbi Binyomin Lisbon is a respected member of the Jewish community, both as a rabbi and as founder of KSA Kosher. Through his kosher certification agency, Rabbi Binyomin Lisbon helps ensure only the highest quality kosher […]

NSA Metadata Collection Concerns American Citizens

Consumer phone records and Internet usage are being collected daily by the National Security Agency, according to recent reports, and consumers are growing increasingly concerned about privacy. The uproar began when Edward Snowden, a former CIA technical contractor, shared top-secret materials with The Guardian and The Washington Post. Those materials indicated the U.S. government had […]