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  1. Take crack at pi atasRead the original story w/Photo

    2 min ago |

    As summer eases into the school year - and into a new season of birthdays, class parties and holiday gatherings - now's a good time to make a few eye-catching pinatas. Unlike store-bought pinatas, which are generally made of cardboard and can be difficult to break, papier-mache pinatas are the real thing.


  2. BOXING: Lobby bidding to impressRead the original story w/Photo

    3 min ago | Oxford Times

    The 28-year-old returns to the Camden Centre on Friday, October 10 - the scene of his professional debut in May when he beat the experienced Elvis Dube. "I used to just about scrape a win when I was supposed to win, but I boxed out of my skin when the odds were against me."


  3. Training basket: Steven YoungRead the original story w/Photo

    36 min ago | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Steven Young, who last year placed second at the Manitoba Junior Men's Championship, said playing golf at the university level has improved his game. "It's been really good for me to play with some older guys who are more developed golfers," said Young, who comes from a golf family, which includes parents Brent and Janice Young and older brother, Brandon, 21. He exercises at least three times per week through the winter and said therein lies the secret to success in golf.


  4. Ovechkin back at left wingRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | USA Today

    ... year opened the $20 million Grand Terrace. It allows fans to eat and drink outdoors while at the game. Fire pits. Good food. Many, many TVs. Arizona Coyotes. Gila River Arena, 2003. Capacity: 17,125. Bonus: The open-air Westgate Entertainment ...


  5. Sage, onion and apple rollsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | York Press

    THERE was nothing in the bread bin apart from crumbs and the ghost of a gone loaf. It was time to make some rolls, always the fun part of baking bread.


  6. Find fun in Mill Creek: From bars to parks, young city has plenty to offerRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | HeraldNet

    Glacier Peak High School cross country team members Caleb Herzog and Austin Robinson stretch underneath a tree a McCollum Park in Mill Creek recently. Andrea Romeo paints a ceramic penguin while her sister, Rachel, works on a giraffe at Color Me Mine in Mill Creek recently.


  7. Fri26Read the original story

    13 min ago | The Winnipeg Free Press

    DvorA k's evergreen New World Symphony produced a wealth of memorable melody as the composer set out to reveal America's indigenous folk voice during his time in New York.


  8. Woman wants to build EcoVillage near Lee Traffic CircleRead the original story

    22 min ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    ... water source and the energy can be metered," she said. "It's really an effort to show housing . self-sufficient, with food, water, and energy can be offered to working-class people." It's quite a project for one person to take on, so Gould decided ...


  9. How to Ace: "What's your biggest weakness?"Read the original story w/Photo

    25 min ago | Psychology Today

    Most hiring managers will at some point pop every job applicant's most dreaded question: "What is your biggest weakness?" And how you handle the query could ironically portray vulnerability - or your admirable character. It's an interview classic because it measures so many personality attributes in one fell swoop.


  10. Crafts: a fresh take on pinatasRead the original story

    28 min ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    As summer eases into the school year - and into a new season of birthdays, class parties and holiday gatherings - now's a good time to make a few eye-catching pinatas. Unlike store-bought pinatas, which are generally made of cardboard and can be difficult to break, papier-mache pinatas are the real thing.


  11. Tequila and ice cream: A delicious pairingRead the original story

    28 min ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    This June 9 photo shows a Texas tequila milkshake in Concord. Aged tequilas pair beautifully with ice cream.


  12. Lessons in originality - recipesRead the original story

    29 min ago |

    ... visit This 23-year-old from Pretoria Gardens is doing a BCom Communications course, but has included some food courses in her final year. She is hoping to find a position that combines her three passions of marketing, communications and ...


  13. 7 things you can only get in IndianapolisRead the original story w/Photo

    31 min ago | KNDO

    For some reason, sports in Indianapolis get all the attention. But instead of focusing on the Indy 500 or the Colts, we should start paying attention to the Midwestern capital city's food scene.


  14. What's new in the garden for spring?Read the original story w/Photo

    34 min ago | Southland Times

    A couple of newbies in the diascia range are Diascia Orange and Diascia Coral. They flower consistently from late winter, through spring and into summer, and again in autumn if pruned after flowering.


  15. Where there's a grill, there's a braaiRead the original story w/Photo

    38 min ago | Brandon Sun

    ... Desmond Tutu is a patron of the event and continues to champion braai because it brings people together. And the food sounds delicious (I've included a recipe for traditional lamb skewers at the end of this column). But my focus, naturally, is the ...


  16. Last week the Montash team volunteered rejuvenating a community...Read the original story

    40 min ago | PRWeb

    Last week the Montash team volunteered rejuvenating a community garden for the local community, in support of Groundwork London's regeneration programme. The Montash team spent a day rejuvenating Mabley Green for the use of the local community.


  17. Causewells: Bold flavors at new Marina spotRead the original story w/Photo

    41 min ago | SFGate

    ... restaurant had a horseshoe counter, black-and-white tile floor and vinyl booths. It also served classic American food that, in its waning years, seemed tired and dated. Causwells owners Alvin Garcia and Tom Patella started with a similar idea of ...


  18. Stamford American International School Hosts Inaugural Little Super Chef Competition in SingaporeRead the original story

    42 min ago | PRWeb

    ... chef, I am very particular about what my children eat and learn to enjoy. I believe that knowing what goes into your food is the first step to understanding what a healthy and nutritious meal is-this is what we aim to achieve with our partnership ...


  19. The Cliffs Organic Farm Reestablished in Western South CarolinaRead the original story

    43 min ago | PRWeb

    ... future, Weiner would like to expand the farm to include livestock and fish, and to begin using Aquaponics to fertilize food. He plans on implementing an internship program with local schools, and to present the Organic Farm as a model farm for young ...


  20. AST Enzymes is Introducing Their Highly Anticipated Fat Digestion Product: Lipase HP PlusRead the original story

    46 min ago |

    AST Enzymes is proud to announce the launch of Lipase HP Plus, a powerful digestive enzymes and antioxidant blend expertly designed for the digestion of fats. This powerful formula includes amylase, protease, amla, bovine , and one of the highest lipase content on the market.