Parents’ lives sometimes revolve around their kids. Here’s how to make sure friendships stay a priority, too. (Photo: perinjo via Getty Images) Friendships between parents and their child-free friends can be tricky. The parent friend may feel guilt for frequently bowing out of get-togethers, while also really wishing their child-free […]

Welcome to Colorado. We are not “full.” Though the Colorado Limits on Housing Growth Initiative (Initiative 122) failed to make its way to the ballot in November 2020, the motivations that brought the initiative into existence and propelled it into our public conscience have not disappeared. Opinion pieces recently published […]

is Mashable’s series that examines the intersection of meditation practice and technology. Because even in the time of coronavirus, March doesn’t have to be madness. Meditation, to paraphrase Thomas Edison’s famous quote about genius, is one percent instruction to 99 percent perspiration. That is the joy and the pain of […]

A year after the U.S.’s initial wave of coronavirus shutdowns, there is light at the end of the tunnel. The vaccine roll-out is finally gaining steam—nearly one-quarter of Americans have now received at least one shot—and last week, President Biden announced a plan to open vaccinations up to the general […]

Special-purpose acquisition companies, known as SPACs, have grown popular among money managers and investors because they make the process of taking a company public much easier. But free rides for investors are rare and they never last long. Michael Brush explains the risks of SPACs and provides a detailed guide […]

CONCORD — Longtime residents near Ellis Lake Park who say they’ve worked years to see the park improved for years now want to make sure they can afford to enjoy the results of their efforts. The city recently applied for $6.7 million in state funding would beautify the 10-acre park, […]

Quarantine-on-arrival sounds simple enough, but what are the things they don’t tell you? Emma Cooke explains what to expect… 1. If you aren’t Covid positive, the transfer bus will probably fix that for you If you’re frustrated over the thought of being quarantined while Covid-free, don’t worry – here in the […]

The Week McConnell threatens to block Senate’s power-sharing agreement if it doesn’t preserve the filibuster The evenly split Senate is having a hard time agreeing who’s in charge.Georgia’s two new Democratic senators were sworn in Wednesday, giving Republicans and Democrats 50 senators each, with Vice President Kamala Harris as a […]

TipRanks 2 “Strong Buy” Penny Stocks That Could See Outsized Gains Well, it’s official. Joe Biden is now President, and he’ll be backed – at least for the short term – by Democratic majorities in both Houses of Congress. Wall Street is taking the measure of the new Administration, and […]

Are you one of the Americans who’s in the dark? If you want to accomplish big financial goals, saving money is essential. It’s also important to know you can cover unexpected expenses without having to borrow. Unfortunately, many Americans have far too little saved. And surprising data from Northwestern Mutual […]