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  1. A Healthy Fund Raiser Designed to Challenge Girl Scout CookiesRead the original story

    6 hrs ago |

    Seven hundred and eighty five million dollars - that's the amount of financial support generated annually by Girl Scout Cookie sales . They're in a league by themselves when it comes to fund raising strategies.


  2. Not enough gefilte fish for Passover?Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | KCRA-TV Sacramento

    Because you may not have any gefilte fish at your table on Passover, which starts at sundown on April 3. February's record cold temperatures are to blame for the shortage of fish ingredients, reported Erica Marcus, a food writer at Newsday, the Long Island, New York, newspaper. "The traditional Passover appetizer is made from ground whitefish, carp and yellow pike," Marcus wrote.


  3. Mining for tourists? A dubious economic savior in AppalachiaRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Mines built this company town. Could vines - the wine grapes growing on a former strip mine in the hills above - help to draw visitors here? Their Highland Winery - housed in the lovingly restored, mustard-yellow "company store" - pays tribute to coal-mining's history here, as do their signature wines: Blood, Sweat and Tears.


  4. New owners, new approaches at Cape general storesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Cape Cod Times

    WEST BARNSTABLE Dan and Leslie Devlin were looking for a change when an item in the Cape Cod Times "Write to Know" column caught their attention last September. Someone asked what the story was with Pleasant Lake General Store in Harwich, which had been closed for nearly a year.


  5. Crowd-sourcing healthcare?Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago |

    A long and dark list materializes when tabulating the health problems plaguing First Nations communities across Canada: HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis, nutritional deficits, alcohol and drug dependency, suicide. An accounting firm and new tech outfit have paired to try to inspire problem-solvers from around the world to generate cost-effective ideas that might prove to be the magic elixir for the health care challenges facing First Nations.


  6. Chamonix Valley Photographic WalksRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Americans in France

    The Photo Walks continue to provide an innovative way for world-travelers and photography buffs to discover and capture scenes and scenery of the Chamonix valley. Along with the now classic OPEN Photo Walk that has already pleased so many amateur photographers, there will also be a ONE TO ONE private photo-coaching Walk geared to the photographer keen to progress while in action.


  7. That's hilarious! If we don'tRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | BlogHer

    After I put my last post out there onto the world wide intraweb, a friend of a friend left a comment saying he hopes my posts aren't to be taken seriously because I make having kids sound "horrifying." Then our mutual friend told me this friend was kind of flipping out because he is expecting his first child.


  8. GST rise off tax reform tableRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Yahoo!

    ... When the GST was introduced in 2000, a deal between the Howard government and the Australian Democrats excluded fresh food. But over the years it has become clear the dividing line between fresh food and takeaway meals has changed. According to ...


  9. March 29, 2015 TV Debates: David Cameron and Ed Miliband Versus BritainRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Online Scene

    The much anticipated 'debate' in which David Cameron cowardly refused a one on one and Ed Miliband tried to prove to Britain that he was not in fact controlled by a member of the Muppet's production team. It started strong, with Paxman going for the Prime Minister's jugular, like always Cameron seemed to dodge the questions asked like the plague, eventually admitting that he could not survive on a zero hour contract.


  10. Bill would create organic-type labels for non-modified foodsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | KRQE Albuquerque

    ... allow companies that want to advertise their foods as GMO-free to do so, but it would not be mandatory for others. The food industry, which backs Pompeo's bill, has strongly opposed individual state efforts to require labeling, saying labels would ...


  11. Will try to bring nationwide ban on cow slaughter: Rajnath SinghRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Indian Express

    Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday backed the demand for a total ban on cow slaughter across the country but admitted that it won't be easy to get a law passed given the present parliamentary arithmetic. The former BJP chief said this while addressing a convention of Jain saints and sadhvis in Indore.


  12. Thanks to members' seed money, CSA farms ready for a new season 0Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago |

    Wilson said this Claytonia was seeded beneath the growing tables in one of the greenhouses for the farm's fall shares.


  13. The sweetest of weekends in NH 0Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago |

    Henry Lipman and his daughter Bessie show how much they love the complimentary pancakes and maple syrup that were served up Saturday at the Bolduc Sugar House in Gilford.


  14. Colombacco Italian Easter CakeRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | SpittoonExtra

    Of course the Sicilians have a speciality cake just for Easter! Step forward the deliciously light and moreish Colombacco. Smothered in pistachio icing and chopped nuts and hiding a delicious pistachio cream inside.


  15. After a near-death, school struggles with mother's request to become 'peanut-free'Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Raw Story

    ... however, has refused to install a nut-ban, explaining that "exposure to peanut allergen is difficult to control. Food & Nutrition Services of School District U-46 feel a 'peanut ban' would only serve to provide a false sense of security for parents ...


  16. Merizo celebrates crab festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Pacific Daily News

    Go, get 'em!: Children rush and catch crabs during the 2015 Annual Malesso Gupot Chamorro/Crab Festival held at Malesso Pier yesterday. Rudy Capistrano/For Pacific Daily News.


  17. Valle: Pre-setting our wantsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Sun-Star

    Motivation is part and parcel of our individual growth it would seem, because without it, as it is said, the need to carry on life from birth to adulthood would be a struggle. Thus, even when we were still in the womb, our human nature need to coax us to grow and be whole to survive each and every step along the way.


  18. Police say pizzeria was front for marijuana operationRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | WXOW-TV La Crosse

    Police say a St. Paul pizzeria and ice cream parlor turned out to be a front for a marijuana trafficking business. The investigation began last summer after a concerned citizen reported that Papa Dmitri's Classic Pizza and Ice Cream was rarely open and didn't seem to do much actual business.


  19. Mark Your Calendars for The 4th Annual Hoboken Irish Cultural FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Life in Hoboken

    ... events (with soccer and hurling events for both children and adults), vendors, crafts and other activities, as well as food and beer (after all, it wouldn't be a Hoboken event if there wasn't great street food and beer). There will also be an Irish ...


  20. Travel: An idyllic retreat to SeychellesRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago |

    ... rare magpie-robin. At one time there were just 12 magpie-robins left here, but thanks to Rodney and his team providing food and fresh water daily, there are now 250. With no predators, the birds make their nests in the rotting palm trunks and ...