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Ninth Annual EarthX Covers a Lot of Ground

EarthX, the world’s largest Earth Day Celebration, held from April 26 to 28 at Fair Park, in Dallas.

No Better Time Than Now to Go Solar

Generating electrical power from the sun, our nearest star, is no longer a futuristic dream, but instead a nuts-and-bolts proposition to fit into our household budget.

Workshop Teaches Skills to Build Desirable Life Experiences

At Shaw’s upcoming workshop, Want to Stop Taking Things Personally? she provides take-home tools she learned through the Option Institute to help people get started on feeling comfortable, regardless of the actions of others.

Going Native In the Landscape

In large areas of Texas, our soil makeup consists of heavy clay with alkaline stone and thin topsoil.

Greening our Preschoolers at Pebble Pond Preschool

Pebble Pond Preschool’s curriculum combines some aspects of the Reggio Emilia, Waldorf and Montessori education models.

OsteoStrong Expands in North Texas

OsteoStrong members are reversing the aging process. Bone and muscle loss does not have to be an inevitable part of aging.

New CEO and New Themes at this Years’ EarthX

EarthX, the world’s largest environmental expo, conference and film festival , held April 26 through 28, has appointed Tony Keane as chief executive officer.

Sani-Hani Helps Gets a Handle on Germs

Richard Harris knows that nobody likes touching a toilet seat. As a three-time cancer survivor, he became extremely conscious of germs and bacteria during his hospital stays.

Creating a Relationship that Rocks

We all come into relationships with unconscious expectations that began forming when we were just toddlers.

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