How can you talk about what you do and why it matters in a way that grabs the attention of your audience? An elevator pitch is a brief, persuasive speech tha...
How to Make Rick Bayless' Rice Cooker Risotto
Chef Rick Bayless amps up this classic dish with a risotto technique, Mexican flavors and—bonus—makes it in a rice cooker for a super quick, super tasty weeknight meal.
Q&A with the Electric Power Research Institute's Ron Schoff about energy trends reshaping America
TURNER: Why Was NAHF Gala Kicked Out of Air Force Museum?
Congressman Turner sent a letter to Bill Harris, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the NAHF, addressing an additional letter brought to Congressman Turner’s attention detailing the NAHF’s breach of contract. Congressman Turner’s letter states:
Hampstead home goes up in flames 2 weeks before family planned to move in
Shawn Raposa and his wife had planned to move into their dream home in two weeks, but a raging fire struck Thursday night at 4 Orcutt Drive.
Machinery Pete's Top 10 Classic Tractors
Machinery Pete sees plenty of classic iron on the auction trail, but these 10 collectibles from the past year stood out--and for good reason.
What Women Bring to Corrections
Contrary to what some people think, their presence enhances security and operations.
How to Recycle Unwanted or Expired Medications
Trying to recycle expired medication? Use the recycling search tool found at the end of this article to find a recycling location in your area.
What Does Zero Waste Really Mean?
Have you ever stopped and asked yourself, "What does zero waste really mean?" I have. So I set out to find the best answer out there. Here it is.
50 Sandwiches You Should Eat Before You Die
Many animals were harmed in the making of this list.
Fifth Wheel Travel Trailer Tire Tips and Advice
Some of the most often ask questions I get from readers of Love Your RV! are regarding trailer tires. Things like “What brand do you use?” “How old is too old?” “How much PSI do you inflate to?“, etc. I’ve always been leery of writing a tire advice post since they are such a critical part of safety and I’m frankly no expert on the subject. The issue always stirs up passionate debates on web forums. You’ll find many varying staunch opinions. However, there seems to be considerable interest in the subject, particularly from new trailer owners. So, I’ve decided to