Is it worth buying the iPhone 5?

Deciding to buy iPhone 5 is a good choice if you use smartphone apps and abilities. It's expensive if you just make and receive calls, only.

Feeding the kid inside: 5 low impact games you can play with the grandkids

Ideas for some fun, low impact games to play with your grandkids that they will enjoy and that can feed the kid inside of you, too.

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50 Plus or Better Expo

Don't forget to be a part of the 50 Plus of Better Expo at Southridge Mall. October 25th • 9am-2pm

Passing down your skills: How to volunteer your dance floor skills to the young

If you enjoy dancing, share those dance floor skills with the young. You can participate in community service opportunities as a dance teacher.

The Arts: Important to Our Communities and Our Schools

The arts are a vital part of our community. Besides being there for entertainment purposes, the performing and visual arts unlock our imaginations and stir us to pause, think and reflect.

The benefits of core strength from Pilates

Pilates is a low impact exercise routine that focuses upon strengthening your core muscle strength. Benefit from Pilates to improve posture and reduce potential for injuries.

Meet some of Miller Park's unsung heroes

In the old 1948 movie, “The Naked City,” the narrator tells of how there are a million stories in New York. Well, there may not be anywhere near that many in Miller Park where the Brewers play, but there are quite a few, to be sure. Here are just two of them.

How to volunteer for a runaway kids hotline

Our kids are the future and when they run away, they'll be needing help to show them that adults are not all bad. Here's how you can volunteer to help.

Low impact senior boot camp exercises

Seniors don't need dangerous high impact exercises. Here's how you can turn ordinary boot camp exercise into low impact activity that works for seniors.

Things you can do to strengthen your community

You can strengthen your community by participating in enjoyable and needed activities, such as creating neighborhood watdhdog groups.

Wisconsin Art's Board Helps Spark Imagination and Innovation at Schools

As students return to classrooms this fall, the Wisconsin Arts Board (WAB) has its doors open with opportunities for learning through the arts. “The WAB connects people with resources to activate networks that create opportunities in the arts,” says George Tzougros, executive director. “Our organization can help with funding, contacts and information sharing for those planning arts classes and performances and so much more.” WAB is the state arts agency responsible for the support and development of the arts. It has an especially strong history upholding traditional arts to preserve the heritage and multiplicity of artistic standards of the state’s cultural groups which students, teachers, schools, families and communities can benefit from WAB, is based in Madison and reaches its work throughout the entire state.

How to use Pinterest to stay in touch with friends and family

Pinterest is a virtual pinboard that you can use to communicate with friends and family using images and links. Pinterest invites get you started.

What to do if you suspect your computer has a virus

If your computer is running slow or sluggish, you may have a virus. Find out what you should do if you suspect that your computer’s been infected.

How to participate in a Neighborhood Watch

Do you know what a neighborhood watch is all about? Get your copy of the Neighborhood Watch manual and get started protecting your home and family today