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  1. The Complete 2017 Total Solar Eclipse Song Playlist

    by angelawalker

    Eclipse Safety glasses? Check. Moon pies? Check. Music to compliment one of the coolest astronomical events to happen this century? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. 2017 Total Solar Eclipse Song Playlist: Moondance—Van Morrison New Moon on Monday—Duran Duran King of Pain—The Police Black Hole Sun—Soundgarden Total Eclipse of the Heart—Bonnie Tyler Ain’t No Sunshine—Bill […]

  2. Red Light Traffic Cameras to be Removed from Major Florida City

    by angelawalker

    There has been quite a bit of controversy surrounding the use of red light cameras to catch Florida drivers running traffic lights. You know, “yellow means go really fast.” One Florida city that has been at the center of this hot bed of an issue is Jacksonville. We can’t speak for other Florida cities but […]

  3. Back-to-School Survival Tips for Parents

    by angelawalker

    It’s the most wonderful time of year for parents as they once again ferry their children back to classrooms and away from the dreaded phrase, “I’m bored.” Here are some tips to help you survive back-to-school time including shopping on a budget, getting organized and preparing to pull your kids out of bed. Shopping on […]

  4. Top Safest Small Cars According to IIHS 2017 Top Safety Picks

    by angelawalker

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    Each year, the IIHS (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety) compiles a list of the safest automobiles on the road. The rules to qualify are thorough and include lesser-known benchmarks such as: roof strength, mirrors and even technology. We’ve compiled a list of the smallest or compact cars. Turns out, safety doesn’t have to break the […]

  5. Florida Most Vulnerable to Rising Sea Levels According to 2017 NOAA Report

    by angelawalker

    Rising sea levels could drastically impact Florida homeowners, according to a 2017 report by the National and Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The biggest danger will be the increased risk of flooding especially in South Florida where NOAA foresees a rise in the sea level up to 12 feet by the year 2100. In fact, experts […]

  6. Summer Safe Driving Campaign Starts this Week in Florida and Four Other States

    by angelawalker

    Heads up Florida drivers. In an effort to curb traffic accidents and fatalities, Florida police have joined four other states to launch, “Operation Southern Shield.” The weeklong program started this week and includes: Alabama, Florida, South Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia. As part of the campaign, police will be cracking down on drivers that are not […]

  7. Get Grilling and Chill Out With These Sizzling Summer Recipes

    by angelawalker

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    The smell of grilled meats mingle in the air with the sounds of crickets, soft porch conversations and ice cubes clinking in glasses of cool lemonade. That’s right, we are in the thick of the lazy days of summer. This is a favorite time of year for slowing down, keeping the kitchen cool and heating […]

  8. Fun Facts About Summer That You May Not Know

    by angelawalker

    -It’s not your imagination that it’s harder to get into the movie theater during the summer for that blockbuster film. It’s the most lucrative time for movie studios to release their films. Jaws still tops the all-time summer blockbuster followed by Star Wars and Jurassic Park. -If you’ve ever wondered where the term, “dog days […]

  9. July is National Cell Phone Courtesy Month: 4 Etiquette Tips

    by angelawalker

    by Angela Cavallari Walker We’ve all been guilty of wandering the aisles of the grocery store wrapping up a conversation with a friend, a doctor’s office (you know who you are and that rash is getting worse) or even a work call. Luckily, July is Cell Phone Courtesy month and a good time to remind […]

  10. 7 Ways to Lower your Power Bill this Summer

    by angelawalker

    The dog days of summer are upon us and if you happen to call Florida home, your air conditioning typically stays on non-stop. You know what else is non-stop, your electric bill. You can’t entirely shut down the A/C because you would end up with several months of misery ahead of you. Here is a […]

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