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Kavin Austin Blake Talks Tampa Bay

As a longtime Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan, it was a real thrill for Kavin Austin Blake when the team won the 2002 Super Bowl. Today, Aicube blog staff talk to Kavin Austin Blake about the long road for the Bucs leading up to that Super Bowl win. Aicube: Kavin Austin Blake, thanks for taking a […]

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Rich Von Believes in Pop Warner Football

Rich Von is an avid outdoorsman and sports enthusiast who fully believes in the value of sports participation in instilling values in children. When he isn’t busy running his business, Rich Von supports the community by coaching youth on his local Pop Warner Football team. Recently, Rich Von spoke with Aicube Blog about the important […]

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Michael Courouleau on the Importance of Safety Glasses

Industrial safety and environmental health expert Michael Courouleau has studied the importance of safety glasses in the workplace. Michael Courouleau’s findings have shown that there are actually several applications for safety glasses, depending upon the industry. Michael Courouleau reports studies from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (http://www.cdc.gov/niosh), show that about 2000 US […]

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Interview with Chef Jeffrey Nimer About Foodie Networking Site Social Culinaire

Social media is paramount to good business. Jeffrey Nimer has taken that thought and turned it into a networking site for foodies and industry pros alike. Here, Nimer tells Aicube blog readers why Social Culinaire is such a welcome addition to the exclusive world of haute cuisine. Aicube: Good morning, Jeffrey. Thank you for visiting […]

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Great Lakes Revitalization Q&A with Peter F. Spittler

Peter F. Spittler has devoted his professional career to the areas of creative and sustainable development planning. Today we talk to Peter F. Spittler about the Flats revitalization project along Cleveland’s Cuyahoga River. Q: We hear the term “brownfields” occasionally. What does “brownfields” mean? Peter F. Spittler: Brownfields are industrial urban zones that are marked […]

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Rich Von Alvensleben Talks Hunting, Bows, and Tracking Elk

No stranger to wildlife and the outdoors, Rich Von Alvensleben has an associate’s degree in marine technology. After graduation, Rich Von Alvensleben joined the United States Antarctic Research Program, where he was a commercial diver in Antarctica for four months. Later, Rich Von Alvensleben began a career in the drilling business and founded Associated Drilling […]

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Dr. James D. Sterling Collaborates with New York’s Mental Health Professionals

Dr. James D. Sterling not only has his own successful private practice in psychotherapy for the past 35 years, he has also taught as a clinical instructor at New York area hospitals. An alumnus of the University of Chicago, Dr. James D. Sterling has been fortunate to work with, and learn from, some of the […]

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Jay P. Clark Says Lake Powell a Great Honeymoon Destination

Jay P. Clark, owner and CEO of Clark’s Crystal Springs Ranch of Mountain Home, Idaho, recently honeymooned with his wife at beautiful Lake Powell on the Utah/Arizona state line. Prior to the trip, Jay P. Clark bought a boat that was outfitted with a kitchen, showers and sleeping quarters. During the weeklong trip, Jay P. […]

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Aicube Presents a Flying Travel Guide for the Holidays

It’s fairly safe to say that only Santa really enjoys flying over the holidays. And he might just be putting on a happy face too. But, the necessity of flying is something that pretty much everyone has to face at some point. However, here at Aicube we’ve put together some tips to help make traveling […]

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J. Kale Flagg – Four Needs

Over his twenty-plus years in the business world, J. Kale Flagg has seen a lot of ways to measure success and engagement. J. Kale Flagg has broken them down into four main categories: Money Money, while important, isn’t everything. More important is a sense of achievement in life; J. Kale Flagg notes that most individuals […]

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