Entrepreneur Events Published 8:45 am CDT, Tuesday, June 25, 2019 Photo: Shutterstock Photo: Shutterstock Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Shutterstock Free Webinar: Secrets to Running a Successful Family Business 1 / 1 Back to Gallery If you thought managing all of your family members’ personalities was difficult at home, try doing the same when revenue is on the line. Relationships are complicated enough. Throw in family dynamics and it’s not a surprise that many people avoid going into business with family members and friends. The good news is we have success stories to share with you from people who have successfully navigated the family business … [Read more...] about Free Webinar: Secrets to Running a Successful Family Business
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Arts Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Arts | The Secrets of a Sacred Underground Advertisement Supported by A ByHelene Stapinski April 18, 2019 On a warm spring day, nine people were gathered inside a cold crypt beneath the Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral on Overhead were polished Guastavino tiles, original Edison light fixtures and space for eight more bodies, marble lids propped up and ready. “It’s sort of like a hostel situation,” Mr. Duncan said, glancing up at the empty bunks. The general, Thomas Eckert, left varying degrees of inheritance to his children, who wound up bickering and perhaps decided not to spend eternity together, Mr. Duncan explained. Eckert’s vault doesn’t get family visitors anymore, but provides the grand finale of a 90-minute candlelight catacombs tour, opening up one of New … [Read more...] about The Secrets of a Sacred Underground
PUBLISHED: 10:20 15 April 2019 | UPDATED: 10:20 15 April 2019 Aylsham named in top 10 in East for places to live. Jason Gibbons, left, and Johnny Payne, in fromt of their picture, at Coxford's butchers. Pictures: David Bale Archant It’s famed for its relaxed atmosphere and welcoming people, and now a national newspaper has discovered the many charms of Aylsham in north Norfolk. Reporter DAVID BALE spoke to community leaders and shopkeepers to find out why it’s such a great place to live and work in. Aylsham has been named one of the best places to live in the UK by The Sunday Times. Photo: Antony KellyAylsham is one of three locations in Norfolk to make a list of the best places to live in the east of England.The market town features on The Sunday Times Best Places to Live list for 2019.Community and business leaders in the town have named various reasons for its success, but they all agree on one attribute the town possess in abundance, and this is community spirit.Sue … [Read more...] about What’s the secret of Aylsham’s success?
James Hawkins The Detroit News Published 7:02 PM EST Feb 17, 2019 Ann Arbor — Isn’t it fun to run? It’s a question mic’d up Michigan coach John Beilein asked redshirt junior wing Charles Matthews as he headed to the bench midway through the first half on Saturday. The beaming smile on Matthews’ face said it all. The “heck yeah” response merely drove it home. But there hasn’t been a ton of fast-break fun for the No. 6 Wolverines in recent weeks. They hadn’t been getting out in transition and running the break like Beilein has wanted to, an area that was a “major emphasis” in practice and film heading into the weekend. “Those film (sessions) are deadly, but you learn so much from it, especially when you go that day and we run through situations,” sophomore forward Isaiah Livers said. “Like we can't have three on one side in transition and leave X (Zavier Simpson) by himself. Someone has … [Read more...] about The secret of Michigan Wolverines success: Keep on running
ACTON — He always picks up some Entenmann’s or whatever pastries happen to be on sale. Jim Flanagan, coordinator of youth ministries, sets them out in a back office at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church, in a space like an old rec room. Worn carpet. Hand-me-down sofas piled with mismatched pillows.The kids roll in, a few at a time, trying to make sense of another suicide. They want to talk. Or they just don’t want to be alone. Related Links Share your story: How have you been affected by suicide? Secrets of a Lost Girl Suicide rates rise sharply across the US, new report shows They pray for their lost friend, for another family near mad with grief, for those who struggle, for any who are loved and yet still feel alone.This is their ritual, now achingly familiar.Flanagan opened the room after Megan took her life, in 2016.And then after Matthew took his, just after school started that fall.And Sid, off in college in Minnesota.And Thomas, a classmate of … [Read more...] about In Acton and Boxborough, a communion of sorrow