Even if you heard that the economy is in the toilet and that business is doing terrible, you'd be wrong. While we may still not have the money in the bank or jobs to go to, the S&P 500 index - also known as the Standard and Poor's 500 - is a stock market index based on the 500 largest companies in the United States and how well they are doing in the economy. In the 84-years that this index has been calculated, there have only been five presidential administrations that have seen this number double.
June 6th is the anniversary of D-Day, the massive Allied invasion on the beaches of Normandy, in France, during World War Two. Hundreds of thousands of soldiers were involved in this attack to save the world against Nazi Germany. Here are some interesting facts you might now know about this historic event. Read more…
Bob Dylan is an iconic singer-songwriter who helped to make America stand up and think about the music they were listening to throughout the last four decades. He is a bard and storyteller of American culture using the guitar, harmonica, and piano as his tools of trade. Known for his nasal-voice, Dylan actually strived for that by emulating an early influence in Woody Guthrie. Bob Dylan has written hundreds of songs over the past 45+ years. While this list could be done over and over, my favorite five are below.
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