Deep Breaths And Family Help In Building Yoga Center

Here’s a hint for anyone starting a business: the bigger your family, the better.


Economic Crisis Turning More Moms Into Entrepreneurs

Downward trends in the stock market, housing foreclosures and massive job layoffs are creating a tight squeeze on family budgets across the country and the globe.


Murray Studio Theatre Hosts 'Dixie's Tupperware Party'

“Dixie’s Tupperware Party,” the hilarious show starring Dixie Longate which turned Off-Broadway into a Tupperware-mania celebration and garnered the prestigious 2008 Drama Desk Award Nomination rolls into the Murray Studio Theatre for a strictly limited engagement of eight performances beginning Tuesday, Nov.

New Mini-Super Sessions To Debut At IFA Annual Convention

The International Franchise Association’s 49th Annual Convention, conducted Feb.

Souring Economy Catches Up To New York City Hotels

A souring economy is taking a bite out of the Big Apple’s robust hotel industry.

TheHomeMag Experiencing Continued Growth In Slow Housing Market

TheHomeMag today announced 3rd quarter growth results that show adverting sales volume for franchisees increased 10.6%.

BK Menu Gives Casual Dining Reason To Worry

Soon, the troubled casual-dining industry won’t just be worrying about its nearest competitor — Burger King could be closing in as well with a new slate of premium items, including ribs and thicker burgers.

Manhattan Bagel Urges Customers To Look And Not Bite

Manhattan Bagel®, the popular neighborhood bagel bakery featuring genuine New York style bagels, just unveiled its new website at manhattanbagel.com and customers are getting a new taste of Manhattan Bagel’s menu innovation.


“Wacky” Baker Sends Invention To Celebrity Chefs

A Scottish cake maker is hoping to mix it with millionaires with a “revolutionary” take on the wooden spoon – which he insists is NOT a spatula.


Can Everyone Be An Einstein?

Time to buff up your brain, to send your synapses to the spa.