With more than 30 years of experience, Dr. Richard Wright emphasizes a natural path toward total health. Recognizing the symbiotic relationship between the spine and the nervous system, the doctor treats a wide range of health issues without the use of drugs, relying instead upon precise chiropractic adjustments, trigger-point therapy, and specialized drop tables. Working closely with his staff, Dr. Wright matches the appropriate solution to each client, ensuring that clients with bad posture receive adjustments rather than an invitation to a break-dance competition.
At Feldman's Deli, the spirit of a New York City delicatessen meets the rustic, comfortable aesthetic of a ski chalet. Behind a thick wooden counter, servers slice pastrami and corned beef for half-pound sandwiches and craft Old World and Jewish specialties such as matzo-ball soup, pierogi, and freshly made bagels. Those bagels are first boiled, then baked, giving them their signature chewy crust. Chandeliers made from antlers hang over wooden tables where diners sit, savoring their meals and sipping old-fashioned egg cream sodas.
The Glo Run 5K always takes place at night, but it doesn’t seem like it. The course is lined with black lights and lasers, and runners sport glow-in-the-dark gear from T-shirts to sunglasses. On-course DJs add to the festivities, blasting tunes as the untimed participants run, walk, or dance to the finish line. Even more DJs await them there at the glow-in-the-dark after party, which lights up the night better than a raccoon that's swallowed a flashlight.
Youth Making a Difference is a yearlong leadership-training program for teens. YMAD builds responsible leaders. We provide teens the opportunity to make a difference personally, locally, and globally. These experiences create a life-changing perspective.
When the American Heart Association was founded by six cardiologists in 1924, the only prescriptions given for heart disease were permanent bed rest and a diet of Valentines Day cards. Almost 90 years and 22.5 million volunteers later, the organization has accomplished much to combat the number one cause of death in the United States, not only by developing and disseminating effective treatment plans, but also by increasing awareness of preventative care and raising money for cardiovascular and stroke research. Outreach programs include CPR training, fundraising run/walks, and essential programs for healthcare professionals, educators, and caregiving everyday heroes alike.