Charity Helps Kids Learn Fundraising Techniques

New York City: The International Institute for Charitable Kids is celebrating it’s 37th year of teaching American children successful fundraising techniques. Although the group has faced occasional controversy over the years it is now considered by many charities to be a role model of consistency on the ever changing scene of American non-profits. A standby…

Researchers Discover Creativity is Doing What You’re Told

Shrestha International Laboratories: Researchers here have reached a major breakthrough in their quest to uncover the secrets of the creative mind that may open up creative possibilities for thousands. “The assumption has always been that creativity has something to do with using you’re imagination.” Says Anmol Shrestha, Shrestha International’s founder and CEO. “But what we…

Local Resident Pursues Dream of Looking Like Santa Claus

Preston, Idaho: Local resident Don Cheatsworth is working hard at achieving his dream of becoming the youngest Santa Claus look alike in U.S history. At 22, Cheatsworth would seem to have an uphill battle, but his hard work and steady perseverance make him one of the top candidates among a crowded group of young people…

Amtrack Poised to have Operating Train by 2017

Washington D.C. :Amtrak CEO Joseph H. Boardman surprised the world on Thursday by announcing that the publicly funded rail transport service is poised to have an operating train by as early as November of 2016. Should the group follow through on this promise it will be the first operational Amtrak train since August 27th, 2001,…

Love Potion Looks to be Effective Option

Shrestha International Laboratories: researchers here are in the final stages of testing what initial reports suggest may be the most effective love potion to date. Although the scientists here have been experimenting with love potions and the science behind them for several years new breakthroughs in neurobiology and neuroscience have given researchers the tools they…

German Town Distruaght Over Midievel Concussion Revalations

Rothenberg Ob Der Tauber: Germany, Local mental health expert Gunther Oppensmerer calls the finding “startling, earth-shattering, unbelievable.” Many in this quaint German village with strong roots in the middle ages are similarly upset over evidenced unearthed recently that seems to show that local authorities were not forthright with medieval knights about the concussion risks inherent…