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Dinner Table Conversation: If you could select a Sportsperson of the Year, who would it be? December 14, 2018

If you could choose one athlete to be Sportsperson of the Year, who would it be? Before you answer that, think about the qualities that make an all-ar

Dinner Table Conversation: What’s A Service Animal? November 30, 2018

When the holidays come around, many of us will be getting on airplanes to visit friends and family or to embark on a much-needed vacation. If you’r

Dinner Table Conversation: What Is Your Holiday Tradition? November 9, 2018

If you think about food for the 4th of July, you probably think of BBQ or corn on the cob. If you think about food for Thanksgiving, you most certainl

Dinner Table Conversation: How Do Interesting Ideas Begin? November 2, 2018

This week, Todd Bol, the founder of the Little Free Library, died. His journey creating an organization that built tens of thousands of little free li

Dinner Table Conversation: What Do You Consider A Sport? October 26, 2018

“If only the Olympics included video games!” Ever said that before? If you have, recent news might be encouraging. The International Olympic Commi

Dinner Table Conversation: What Can You Discover While Vacationing With Family? October 19, 2018

Earlier this summer when eight-year-old Saga Vanecek was splashing in the waters of a southern Swedish lake, she was hoping to find respite from the h

Dinner Table Conversation: Are Award Shows Inclusive or Exclusive? October 12, 2018

The Oscars, otherwise known as the Academy Awards, is a formal affair and one that attracts actors from around the world for a night of recognition an

Dinner Table Conversation: What’s Trending? October 5, 2018

Do your parents go to a store to buy toys or do they buy them online? If we asked this question twenty years ago, the answer would most likely be that

Dinner Table Conversation: Why Did The French Say “Non!” To Cell Phones? September 28, 2018

Does your school ban candy? Or perhaps toys? Well, schools in France recently implemented a ban on a very popular device—you guessed it—cell phone