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Tim Ludwig

Tim Ludwig

Do you remember being a little kid and getting scolded for staring up at the sun? You’d be trying to catch of glimpse of that elusive outline and your parents would tell you that looking right into the blinding brightness could actually make you go blind. We may have grown

Millennials have been blamed for many changes in American culture — for turning the hotel industry on its head with AirBnb rentals, for dismantling cable television, and for taking the wheels off the concept of traditional taxi cabs. But one unexpected trend has emerged for the nascent generation: They might actually

Urgent care is a category of walk-in clinic focused on the delivery of ambulatory care in a dedicated medical facility outside of a traditional emergency room. Urgent centers typically treat injuries and illnesses that require immediate care, but not life-threatening or serious enough to require an emergency room visit. The

HVAC systems play a major role in the lives of Americans. From the bitter cold of the Northeast to the sweltering heat of the southwest, people have relied upon their HVAC units to keep them warm in the winter and cool in the summer. These machines run year-round to ensure

As the world becomes more environmentally conscious, data centers have come under scrutiny. The massive buildings contain tens of thousands of electronic servers which not only need energy to function, but require an incredible amount of energy to prevent overheating; in fact, an estimated 80% of data centers are interested

Learning how to drive is one of the greatest achievements in a teenager’s life. All of a sudden, the entire world is your oyster; you can go where you want when you want and get to experience a sense of true freedom. As you grow up, you’ll discover the joys

Valentine’s Day is known for romance, love, and more than a few stolen kisses. After all, almost 51% of people plan to celebrate the holiday of love this year in a number of different ways, but local Oregon haunted house venue, Murder Manor, is hoping to fuel the day with

New Hampshire Public Radio recently announced that the state is still struggling to control the conflict between humans and its native bear population. In the last year alone, conflicts between humans and bears have doubled with nearly 800 encounters reported. Though most conflicts are benign — a bear might go

In today’s society, people are spending more time indoors than ever. People don’t even have to leave their houses to go shopping anymore, especially with about 79% of consumers doing online shopping in 2017. Unfortunately, this means more and more kids and teens are spending most of their time indoors

Camping is certainly one of the most popular American pastimes, with nearly six out of 10 U.S. households reporting that at least one of the residents has gone camping. But if you thought that this beloved activity was limited to the summertime, think again. You can just as easily camp