When Collapsed Tourist Trade Leaves Elephants Hungry, Woman Devises Win-Win Solution With Local Farmers

When Collapsed Tourist Trade Leaves Elephants Hungry, Woman Devises Win-Win Solution With Local Farmers

In Asia, elephants working in the tourist trade have been idled by the COVID-19 worldwide shutdowns. It’s not cheap to feed elephants, especially when they’re not bringing in income for their owners to feed properly. Thankfully, Carol Buckley and her organization Elephant Aid International (EAI) have created a win-win-win solution … Read more

Know a Healthcare or Frontline Worker? These Companies Are Offering Wonderful Free Stuff to Say Thanks

Know a Healthcare or Frontline Worker? These Companies Are Offering Wonderful Free Stuff to Say Thanks

The private sector, though affected by worldwide closures of brick-and-mortar locations, is still coming out strong to reward healthcare and frontline workers across America and across the world. Many corporations recognize that nurses, doctors, and other hospital staff like custodians, are heroes—and that the risks they are taking and sacrifices … Read more

Good News On This Day in History

Good News On This Day in History

On this day 20 years ago, the sport of geocaching began. The worldwide hide-and-seek game involves containers hidden, but logged with GPS coordinates on the internet. A typical cache is a small waterproof container with a logbook (and pencil). The geocacher enters the date they found it and signs it … Read more

On This Day in History – April 30

On This Day in History – April 30

Happy 35th birthday to Gal Gadot, the Israeli actress who gained worldwide fame portraying Wonder Woman. After winning the Miss Israel beauty pageant in 2004, she served two years in the Israel Defense Force as a fitness/combat readiness instructor, and began studying law, while pursuing acting. Gadot’s first big film … Read more