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Awakened in Kalamazoo, Is Your Favorite School Government A Sour?

You don’t always hear someone go crazy about school lunches. Many think of cardboard pizza cartons and lukewarm milk boxes. But for some who grew up in Kalamazoo, there is one particular lunch offering that they still look forward to as adults. We’re talking about a Wimpy. A sloppy-like joe …

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This artist wants you to bite into art history

Museums generally have signs that read: “Please don’t touch.” But an artist not only asks you to touch the art, he wants you to taste it as well. Related: The eastern Van region of Turkey serves up to sheep’s milk – the traditional way Maite Gomez-Rejón, the founder of Art …

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Sustainability: Water, Food, and More, The Change

Today at The Exchange, we talk about water conservation, food and agriculture in general. We speak to award-winning writer Mary Swander. Swander has many projects he does in support of sustainable agriculture. We also include an activist who works with local populations in Central American countries to help them fight …

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Web Events, Dates, Free Primogems

MiHoYo has launched another Genshin Impact web event, hot on the heels of their previous event. Mysterious Journey finds the Traveler and Paimon in a boat, navigating the sea in search of adventure. How did they get there? Even if they don’t know. Mystery of Travel Dates The Mysterious Voyage …

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Emma B. Bouchard Oct. 2, 1925 – July 7, 2021 Danvers – Emma B. (Kelly) Bouchard, 95, died peacefully on Wednesday, July 7, 2021. She was the loving wife of Omar L. Bouchard, Sr., who preceded her in 1978. Born in Danvers on October 2, 1925, he was the son …

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Tim Rose

In Tim Rose’s line of work, being observant is probably the furthest thing from his mind. However, all that changed when he became a member of the reality TV show Barnwood Builders. On the show, Tim and his co -workers / friends, work hard to fix and salvage old cabs …

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The Ayush Ministry recognizes the traditional medicinal benefits of Colocasia leaf rolls

Colocasia leaf rolls have earned a position under the ‘traditional food recipes’ of the Ayush Ministry because of their traditional medicinal value. At the same time, a local delicacy, Pathrode, made of leaf rolls was selected as one of 26 dishes enlisted for health promotion in the ‘Tradition Food.’ Central …

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Try Using An Onion To Clean Your Grill Grates

It’s grilling time, so here’s a grilling hack you might want to try the next time you fire. Grilling has been my hobby for a while. I use gas grills, a Weber charcoal grill, and most recently a pellet grill. They were all great and finished their work in their …

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When 7500+ Canadians Paid Over $ 26 Million To Return Home

Amritsar, known historically as ‘Ramdasspur’ is the heart of the Punjab state in India. It is home to the most spiritual place of the Sikh, the Sri Harmandir Sahib (The Golden Temple). Every year millions of Punjabi NRI’s (Non-Resident Indians) and foreign tourists, all over the world visit Sri Harmandir …

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Rising Prices of Croatia’s Favorite Slavonian Delicacies

Copyright Romulic and Stojcic June 19th, 2021 – Prices of some of Croatia’s favorite Slavonian foods are rising, with the price of the most expensive Slavonian kulen possibly rising up to 100 cribs. As Poslovni Dnevnik wrote, the price of some Slavonian dishes, such as kulen, could rise by 100 …

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