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August Edition

Empowering Youth
& Creativity

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Letter from Publisher

Letter from Publisher

Our August theme of Empowering Youth includes guidance on how we can help empower children so that they grow up with confidence, while transforming into the unique individuals they are created to be.

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Dr. Robert Melillo on Childhood Development

Dr. Robert Melillo on Childhood Development

Making a Difference with Families

Dr. Robert Melillo works to help families that are impacted when a child is dealing with neurological issues, a strain that can create lifestyle and relational issues for everyone involved.

Rebooting Our Kids’ Interest in Nature

Rebooting Our Kids’ Interest in Nature

Kids need nature. Studies by the Children & Nature Network, the Natural Learning Initiative and many others support that children who spend time outside are more creative and are better problem solvers.

Independent Radio Stations

Independent Radio Stations

Offer Creative Perspectives to Indianapolis

Local and independent radio programming is abundant in its service to the Indianapolis area, offering creative outlets and news sources that help the community get involved and learn about upcoming events.

Indianapolis Women

Indianapolis Women

Watering the Roots of Indy’s Harvest

Year after year, the Indianapolis community continues to make notable progress in the local food, farming and sustainability movement, notably a group of young women who have stepped up to help protect and take care of the honeybee.

Local Documentary Bonds Community in the Cycle of Food Production

Local Documentary Bonds Community in the Cycle of Food Production

Food First, a documentary highlighting Indianapolis as a model for community building by changing the production and distribution of food, will have its premiere screening on from 5 to 8 p.m. on June 11 at Tyner Pond Farm.

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The Garden Cure

The Garden Cure

Natural Sanctuaries Heal Body and Spirit

Winding nature paths, fragrant lavender fields, heirloom-tea tasting… a world of sensory delights awaits us in America’s parks and farms.

Earth Guardians

Earth Guardians

Kids Say No to Global Warming

A young Colorado boy has started a worldwide network of youngsters from Bhutan to Brazil that fight environmental degradation.

Handle Wild Things With Care

Handle Wild Things With Care

How to Help Injured Animals

Many critters that look abandoned or hurt don’t actually need our help—but if we do see a bird, squirrel, turtle or other wild animal in distress, here’s a guide on what to do.

Growing Up Empowered

Growing Up Empowered

Helping Kids Step into Their Best Selves

We build confidence in our children by encouraging their unique strengths, fostering their dreams, allowing healthy risks and engaging them in community service.

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Scrambling Species

Climate Change Favors Some Birds over Others

Toxic Trinkets

Low-Cost Jewelry May Harbor Cadmium

LOL TTYL

Hope for a New Generation

Good Reads

Fiction Readers Have More Empathy

Show Stopper

Circuses Cease Exotic Animal Acts

Green Serenity

Sikkim Now a Wholly Organic State

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IndyPL Receives 2016 ‘Library of the Future’ Award

IndyPL Receives 2016 ‘Library of the Future’ Award

The Indianapolis Public Library recently achieved national recognition as the recipient of the prestigious Library of the Future Award.

Relay Race Event

Relay Race Event

A Movement Toward Empowering Women

The Indianapolis: Pass The Torch for Women Foundation is hosting a relay event from 9 a.m. to noon on August 27 at the IUPUI Michael A. Carroll Track and Soccer Stadium.

Cumberland Arts Goes to Market Celebrates Indiana Bicentennial

Cumberland Arts Goes to Market Celebrates Indiana Bicentennial

The eighth annual Cumberland Arts Goes to Market festival will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on August 20 along Saturn Street in the historic town of Cumberland, Indiana.

breath.life. yoga Relocates and Expands Offerings

breath.life. yoga Relocates and Expands Offerings

Offerings breath.life.yoga has relocated to 8202 Clearvista Parkway, Suite 3B, in Indianapolis—just around the corner from their prior location.

For The Love of Food at Dig IN

For The Love of Food at Dig IN

A Taste of Indiana

Dig IN: A Taste of Indiana are the hallmark of the seventh annual culinary arts food festival taking place from noon to 4p.m. on August 28 at historic Military Park.

Tee Off With Mini Golf at the IMA

Tee Off With Mini Golf at the IMA

The course features 18 holes designed by local, regional and national artists. In honor of Indiana’s bicentennial, each hole is inspired by Indiana history, heritage and landmarks.

The Playful Soul has been Adopted

The Playful Soul has been Adopted

When Vicki Mack, longtime owner and nurturer of The Playful Soul, announced her intention to offer the well-known boutique and event space for adoption after much soul-searching, she couldn’t have imagined how beautifully her decision would unfold.

Tom Wood Subaru Installs Solar Carport

Tom Wood Subaru Installs Solar Carport

In partnership with renewz sustainable solutions inc., Tom Wood Automotive Group has installed a solar-powered, electric vehicle carport at the Tom Wood Subaru dealership, in Indianapolis.

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Health Briefs

Breastfed Babies Have Fewer Colds and Ear Infections

Breastfed Babies Have Fewer Colds and Ear Infections

Prolonged Nursing Provides Protection

Delayed Kindergarten Reduces Attention Deficit

Delayed Kindergarten Reduces Attention Deficit

Reason to Push Back Starting School

Grape Juice Boosts Memory and Driving Skills

Grape Juice Boosts Memory and Driving Skills

Benefits of Polyphenols

Aromatherapy Soothes Allergies

Aromatherapy Soothes Allergies

Scents for Natural Relief

Prenatal Sun Exposure Lowers Asthma Risk

Prenatal Sun Exposure Lowers Asthma Risk

Increased Vitamin D Reduces Likelihood

Young Adult Insomnia Linked to Chronic Pain

Young Adult Insomnia Linked to Chronic Pain

Lack of Sleep Early On Leads to Complications Later in Life

 
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