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How to Make Banana Ice Cream

Celeste Fondeur | Jul 7, 2017

We all buy bananas with the intention of eating them right away.

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5 Ways to Spend Fourth of July in Pennsylvania

Shelly White | Jun 23, 2017

If you're at a loss for something to do this Independence Day and want to spend your day partaking in more than the traditional sparklers and cookout combo, consider one of these options to commemorate the stars and stripes. Read More

June Company Spotlight: West Coast Shaving

Celeste Fondeur | Jun 16, 2017

The shaving and hair-removal industry is worth $4 billion in the U.S., even though many of its products wind up in the landfill. Read More

The Paris Agreement: What Does It Mean for Us?

Celeste Fondeur | Jun 5, 2017

After days of speculation, President Donald Trump formally announced June 1 that the United States would back out of the Paris Agreement. Read More

May Company Spotlight: Fox Run Vineyards

Margaret Smith | May 26, 2017

There's no better place to celebrate National Wine Day this weekend than at a winery. Read More

Women in Business Spotlight: Jill Robbins

Margaret Smith | May 19, 2017

Close to 6 million U.S. Read More

Enjoy the Lake for Memorial Day Weekend

Heather Bailey | May 15, 2017

Where better to spend the unofficial start of summer than upstate New York – the official birthplace of Memorial Day. Read More

SaveOnEnergy Rhymes with Reason on National Limerick Day

Barry Bridges | May 12, 2017

Today we shall honor the limerick A work of syllabic arithmetic Adhering to the structure With all the wit we can muster While avoiding any off-color rhetoric. Read More

Women in Business Spotlight: Marcy Miller

Margaret Smith | Apr 21, 2017

Have you ever wondered where your food comes from and how it's produced? Read More

April Company Spotlight: 100% Pure

Celeste Fondeur | Apr 14, 2017

When you consider that 60 percent of your skincare routine is absorbed by your skin, it might be worthwhile to incorporate natural ingredients into your regimen. Read More

Women in Business Spotlight: Adair Mueller

Margaret Smith | Mar 31, 2017

You may have visited food halls in famous markets of Paris, Florence and London, but now they're sweeping across the U.S. Read More

How Will Sustainability Fare Under Ride-Sharing Trends?

Barry Bridges | Mar 24, 2017

Decades ago, companies such as Yellow Cab and Checker Taxi formed manufacturing subsidiaries so they could build their own customized taxicabs. Read More

March Company Spotlight: Yellow Leaf Hammocks

Jordan Craven | Mar 10, 2017

"Do Good. Relax." That's the motto for Yellow Leaf Hammocks, a mission-driven brand that offers beautiful hand-woven, customizable hammocks while cultivating long-term economic health, environmental stewardship and social equity for marginalized ethnic groups. Read More

February Company Spotlight: Farm Dog Naturals

Margaret Smith | Feb 24, 2017

"Dogs are people, too" seems to be a core belief at Farm Dog Naturals, a company dedicated to creating ethically sourced, herbal remedies for dogs. Read More

Women in Business Spotlight: Maria Uspenski

Margaret Smith | Feb 17, 2017

Highlighting green businesses around the nation Second to water, tea is the most commonly consumed beverage across the globe. Read More

Make Healthy Choices for American Heart Month

Margaret Smith | Feb 3, 2017

February is a month known for celebrating love, but it's also for raising awareness about heart health and heart disease. Read More

Women in Business Spotlight: Tara Onufrak

Margaret Smith | Jan 20, 2017

The Charlotte Area NC Air Awareness program works with an eight-county region to encourage lifestyle changes that help improve air quality and reduce harmful emissions. Read More

January Company Spotlight: Alaska Glacial Mud Co.

Shelly White | Jan 13, 2017

Located deep in the wilderness of Southcentral Alaska, on the bank of the Copper River, lies an ancient – and until recently, underappreciated – beauty secret. Read More

Women in Business Spotlight: Rebeca Krones

Margaret Smith | Dec 23, 2016

Highlighting green businesses around the nation Tropical Traders Specialty Foods is a family-based business that produces raw, certified-organic honey under two brands: Royal Hawaiian Honey and Bee Well Honey. Read More

December Company Spotlight: Vital Farms

Jordan Craven | Dec 2, 2016

Learn more about this network of independent, family-owned farms that offers pasture-raised products. Read More

Is It Cheaper to Make Your Own Bread?

Heather Bailey | Nov 18, 2016

It's considerably cheaper to make your own bread than to buy it, if you're comparing similar types of loaves. Read More