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What’s on your menu?
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Do you find yourself scrambling to come up with what your next meal is going to be? Have you ever looked down at the clock and realized it’s lunch and you head to your favorite fast-food stop?   more
Reading for the health of it
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According to Yale researchers, people who read live longer than those who don’t (because we always have that next book waiting for us). more
Wood glue and metaphors
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I am a math teacher at base, but I am more. I’ve woven some interesting activities around this base: I write and I do woodworking, for example.  more
Your brain health
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There isn’t anyone that I know that doesn’t know of one or more people who have suffered or are currently dealing with dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. more
Unexpected support
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There was a mud bank we liked to slide down as kids just above the pond at my Poppy's house. My cousins and I liked climbing the slimy red clay back to the top. more
A different kind of gender war
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Boston Children's Hospital offers a "full suite of surgical options for transgender teens and young adults," a video made by hospital explains. more
The following recipe is featured in the Little Balkans Days Cookbook, which is available now for $20 at littlebalkansfestival.com. more
Hair, there and everywhere
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I received an email last week from Carol Ann Robb, MFRL, saying that due to a steadily diminishing request for them, it is time for some puns and wordplay.  more
Trashing Republican traditions
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For the last half-century or more, Republicans have been very shrewd, and successful, at embracing the concept of "law and order." more
A classic anti-Trump frenzy
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By the time a multiyear criminal investigation, with all the powers of law enforcement, was unable to establish that conspiracy or coordination — collusion — had even occurred at all, the damage had been done. more
Sweet and sour Brussels sprouts
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The following recipe is featured in the Little Balkans Days Cookbook, which is available now for $20 at littlebalkansfestival.com. more
Here’s the next excerpt from “FROM POVERTY TO PRESTIGE, the Autobiography of Laurence Paul Wilson.” — J.T.K. more
Kansas’s wildlife heritage is at risk
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Kansas’s wildlife heritage is at risk, as threats such as habitat loss, invasive species, and severe weather are taking their toll. more
Banana drop cookies
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The following recipe is featured in the Little Balkans Days Cookbook, which is available now for $20 at littlebalkansfestival.com. more
Back to school lunches and snacks
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Summer is ending and children are returning to school. A few simple steps will help make snacks and school lunches healthy and safe to get the year started off right.  more
A quick pickle fix
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I do like my pickles, but I am a lazy preserver. My solution is a speedy fix that omits the bother of canning: I make quick pickles. more
Thumbs down
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I spend most of my time giving voice to all the wonderful reads I love and want to share with others but here’s my dirty little secret — there are plenty of books I won’t pick up.  more
In need of an experienced teacher
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School doors are opening this week and teachers are welcoming students as a new year begins. more
Yesterday I mowed for the first time since mid-June.   more
Mood swing
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“Don’t even look at me!” I dated this girl for a while who had some wild mood swings. more
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