Meet Bright City Jackson, Mississippi

Meet Bright City Jackson, Mississippi

October 8, 2019
Jackson sits on the west bank of the Pearl River, and is replete with magnolias, wisterias and delectable Southern cuisine. Walking downtown affords a view of Mississippi’s “new” Capital building (circa 1903).
Meet Bright City Tempe, Arizona

Meet Bright City Tempe, Arizona

September 24, 2019
Tempe Butte, also known as “A” Mountain, overlooks the bustling streets of Tempe and the home of Arizona State University. Tempe Town Lake lies within the heart of Tempe and provides unparalleled opportunities for water recreation in a dense metro area.
Striking for babies’ brains

Striking for Babies’ Brains

September 20, 2019
Melting glaciers. Stranded polar bears. New diseases from ticks and mosquitoes. More serious and widespread flooding. There are so many reasons to support the Climate Strike. Here’s one more; the damage that fossil fuels are doing to the developing brain, both before and after birth.
Protecting Babies by Standing Up Against Toxic Chlorpyrifos

Protecting Babies by Standing Up Against Toxic Chlorpyrifos

August 15, 2019
What would you do if you learned that a certain insecticide is being passed from pregnant women to their babies?  And that the more of that chemical that the child gets while still in their mother’s womb, the greater the damage to that baby’s developing brain?  And what if you fo
Seven Tips to Kill Weeds Naturally, Without Harmful Chemicals

Seven Tips to Kill Weeds Naturally, Without Harmful Chemicals

July 24, 2019
If you see a weed-free lawn, chances are it is regularly sprayed with weed killers. The small warning signs posted in the lawn after spraying help keep kids and pets off the grass for a while, but the chemical residues persist after the signs come down.
Meet Providence

Meet Bright City Providence, Rhode Island

June 21, 2019
One of the oldest cities in the U.S., Providence is also the capital and most populous city in Rhode Island. Grand historic buildings populate a thriving downtown and many delicious restaurants and cafes are within easy walking distance of City Hall (built 1878).