Burgers and Sandwiches, Oh My!

Nichole Little, Food & Wine Columnist
September 1, 2013

I live in an apartment and my source of grilling is a Cuisinart Griddler, so I can easily make a burger year-round, but starting in May and going right through until September, a little voice in the back of my head starts chanting “burgers, burgers, burgers!” The first burger I want to share with... Read more »

Etiquette & Beyond – Bon Voyage: Travel Tips and Techniques

Ettiquette Travel Tips August 2013

Rochelle Soetan, Etiquette & Beyond Columnist
August 2, 2013

Some people travel for business, others for pleasure. No matter the agenda, you are a representative of yourself and your travel manners are visible. Your forthcoming excursion may cost a little or a lot. Nevertheless, whether you are flying the friendly skies, cruising on the blue seas or traveling... Read more »

Etiquette & Beyond: Party with Panache: Hospitality at Home

By Rochelle Soetan
June 8, 2013

Party with Panache: Hospitality at Home   As a warmer climate approaches, the vibrancy of June generates a season for many anticipated occasions: welcoming weddings, graduations, baby showers, family reunions, and the familiarity of outdoor social gatherings. From backyard barbeques to formal dinner... Read more »

Angela Showalter, A Champion of KidsPeace

By Bevin Theodore, KidsPeace
May 17, 2013

Angela Showalter knows how important it is to having a safe, loving home. The wife of Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter considers herself fortunate to have grown up with a nurturing family and to have been able to provide the same for her own two children. But she is acutely aware that many children... Read more »

May 9, 2013

WomanScope NewsMagazine May 2013 Cover

May 9, 2013


Etiquette & Beyond: Social Faux Pas: Who Did What?!

By Rochelle Soetan, Staff Writer
May 1, 2013

For hundreds of years, the basis of etiquette has been a code of behavior and one that will never change.  Manners, however, must change to keep up with the ever-changing world in which we live.  Mannerisms are distinctive behavioral traits of how we choose to approach things, such as speech or... Read more »

NAPAW’s 21st National Training Conference

April 18, 2013

Theme:  Keys to Successful Leadership Thursday, May 16, 2013 HHS, 200 Independence Ave, SW, Washington DC 20201 PROGRAM AGENDA   8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.             Registration   9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.           Opening Remarks – Kaye Nitta, Conference Chair,... Read more »


By Pamela Reaves, Staff Writer
April 13, 2013

Q:  My 20 year old daughter still lives at home with me and my husband.  Whenever we have certain conversations with her, she reminds us that she is an adult, and doesn’t have to answer to anyone.   She loves to shop and on more than one occasion has used money that was supposed to be put aside... Read more »

TECH GIRL – Google’s Project Glass

By Ashley Autumn
April 13, 2013

In a world that almost demands constant connectivity from us, it’s simultaneously become more and less challenging to keep up with the digital rat race. If you’re not a complete tech junky, you’re often left with a feeling that you’ve missed or are missing something as news and... Read more »

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