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Mount Shasta Area Newspapers
Ask Lisa: Brown sugar can be swapped for white in zucchini bread Posted Sep. 2, 2015 at 6:58 AM Q: Can I substitute brown sugar for white sug
Ask Lisa: Brown sugar can be swapped for white in zucchini bread
Mount Shasta Area Newspapers / Posted 4 minutes ago
Posted Sep. 2, 2015 at 6:58 AM Q: Can I substitute brown sugar for white sugar in zucchini bread?A: Yes, brown sugar (light or dark) can be substituted cup for cup with granulated... Read more
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iol.co.za
The glamour of chocolateCHOCOLATE ORANGE TRUFFLE TORTE Serves 10-12 180ml flour 45ml cocoa powder p
The glamour of chocolate
iol.co.za / Posted 14 minutes ago
CHOCOLATE ORANGE TRUFFLE TORTE Serves 10-12 180ml flour 45ml cocoa powder pinch of salt 180ml castor sugar 60g butter, melted and cooled 50ml orange liqueur or fruit juice TOPPING 400g good chocolate, chopped 375ml cream 45ml orange... Read more
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FOX Carolina
Witness in Seneca shooting has differing account from law enforcementNew details have emerged from a petition filed with the South Carolina Supreme
Witness in Seneca shooting has differing account from law enforcement
FOX Carolina / Posted an hour ago
New details have emerged from a petition filed with the South Carolina Supreme Court in the shooting death of a Seneca teen. Zachary Hammond, 19, was shot and killed July 26 in an officer-involved shooting. According to Seneca Police and attorneys,... Read more
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New Kerala
Mia Bella: A whiff of fresh air in the Village (DelhiMia Bella: A whiff of fresh air in the Village (Foodie Trail-Delhi) What is th
Mia Bella: A whiff of fresh air in the Village (Delhi
New Kerala / Posted an hour ago
Mia Bella: A whiff of fresh air in the Village (Foodie Trail-Delhi) What is the one thing that comes to mind when you think of Hauz Khas Village? Food and the lake. But the overwhelming number of eateries can be a tad annoying when it comes to... Read more
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TribLIVE
Friday night lights begin with 13 of 14 Alle-Kiski Valley teams opening their seasonChuck Debor was admiring the season Friday. “I love the fall colors — green wi
Friday night lights begin with 13 of 14 Alle-Kiski Valley teams opening their season
TribLIVE / Posted an hour ago
Chuck Debor was admiring the season Friday. “I love the fall colors — green with white lines,” joked Debor, athletic director for the Highlands School District. The last weekend of summer, marked by the Labor Day holiday Monday, ran head-on into... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Lewis Road Creamery bottles hit Trade Me as milk frenzy continuesLewis Road Creamery's flavours of milk. Photo / Supplied Popular flavoured mil
Lewis Road Creamery bottles hit Trade Me as milk frenzy continues
The New Zealand Herald / Posted an hour ago
Lewis Road Creamery's flavours of milk. Photo / Supplied Popular flavoured milk drinks are being listed on Trade Me less than a week after they hit the shelves. This week, boutique company Lewis Road Creamery launched two new flavours of its milk -... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Lynn W. Phillips Jr.A native of Pulaski, N.Y., he was born Jan. 15, 1938, a son of the late Lynn an
Lynn W. Phillips Jr.
The Post-Journal / Posted 2 hours ago
A native of Pulaski, N.Y., he was born Jan. 15, 1938, a son of the late Lynn and Ellamae Olin Phillips, Sr. He was a graduate of SUNY Potsdam with a bachelor's degree in education. Prior to his retirement in 1999, he was employed as a reading... Read more
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WRAL.com Raleigh
Innovatours: Meet Raleigh Makers + DoersJoin us for a walkable tour around the Warehouse District and downtown Raleigh
Innovatours: Meet Raleigh Makers + Doers
WRAL.com Raleigh / Posted 3 hours ago
Join us for a walkable tour around the Warehouse District and downtown Raleigh featuring 25+ of the Triangle's most innovative companies from a variety of industries (tech, food, lifestyle, health, gaming, etc.) Light fare and local beer will be... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
We Ain’t A WhirlygustI have lived in and around the State of Tennessee my entire life and I have spe
We Ain’t A Whirlygust
The Chattanoogan / Posted 3 hours ago
I have lived in and around the State of Tennessee my entire life and I have spent that last 50 years writing words in stories every day. I love clever words, words that fit perfectly in a sentence. I also like funny words, clever phrases and all... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Return to fair foodIt's hard to believe it's been more than a decade since I wrote about the food
Return to fair food
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 4 hours ago
It's hard to believe it's been more than a decade since I wrote about the food offerings at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and then attempted to deconstruct some of them for home cooks in a series of columns. A lot has happened in the world of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
'Healthy' lettuce? You might as well eat cardboardIs lettuce a waste of space and resources? Photo / iStock. Undoubtedly there a
'Healthy' lettuce? You might as well eat cardboard
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
Is lettuce a waste of space and resources? Photo / iStock. Undoubtedly there are some people who enjoy eating lettuce in the same way that others drool over bacon, crave chocolate or relish a good cheese platter. But I'm not one of them. I couldn't... Read more
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Spot.ph
10 Japanese Grocery Store Finds We Love(SPOT.ph) We all know that Japan is the country of invention—from shrimp-free s
10 Japanese Grocery Store Finds We Love
Spot.ph / Posted 4 hours ago
(SPOT.ph) We all know that Japan is the country of invention—from shrimp-free shrimp burgers to space tea to powder that turns into food. In case you're tired of the usual convenience store buys, we suggest you have a little fun at a Japanese store.... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Taste Test: Pizza Hut's Chillidog And Cheesydog Stuffed Crust PizzasThis week, Pizza Hut welcomed two new members to its super-deformed “Stuffed Cr
Taste Test: Pizza Hut's Chillidog And Cheesydog Stuffed Crust Pizzas
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 4 hours ago
This week, Pizza Hut welcomed two new members to its super-deformed “Stuffed Crust” family: the spice-fueled Chillidog and cheese-laden Cheesydog. As their names imply, both products come with a giant hula hoop-shaped hot dog jammed inside the crust.... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Face Time with Lisa CicconeWhere did you grow up? Streamwood Pets? A cat named Rockey Who would play you
Face Time with Lisa Ciccone
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 4 hours ago
Where did you grow up? Streamwood Pets? A cat named Rockey Who would play you in the movie of your life? Goldie Hawn First job? At a dry cleaners As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? A travel agent, because I wanted to travel the... Read more
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WCAX-TV Vermont
Vt. goat farm produces micro-batches of artisan cheeseEverybody knows about the craft brew craze in Vermont, but for one small family
Vt. goat farm produces micro-batches of artisan cheese
WCAX-TV Vermont / Posted 5 hours ago
Everybody knows about the craft brew craze in Vermont, but for one small family-run dairy and creamery it's all about artisan cheeses made in micro-batches. It's the morning routine at the Midnight Goat Farm in Huntington, a Grade A dairy and... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Wine: Gift one of these bottles to dadTop up your usual Father's Day gift with one of these outstanding wines. They'r
Wine: Gift one of these bottles to dad
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
Top up your usual Father's Day gift with one of these outstanding wines. They're especially tailored for the taste buds of the thinking man. Crown Range Cellar Signature Series Bannockburn Pinot Noir by Grant Taylor 2013Grant Taylor is one of New... Read more
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Weekly Times
Federal govt stumps up $16 million for TasTHE federal government will pay $16 million into a public-private investment sc
Federal govt stumps up $16 million for Tas
Weekly Times / Posted 6 hours ago
THE federal government will pay $16 million into a public-private investment scheme designed to drive business and productivity in Tasmania. THE funds had initially been earmarked for Hobart's Cadbury chocolate factory during the 2013 election... Read more
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Daily Mail
The growing movement against blandest of all vegetables, lettuce'Healthy' lettuce? You might as well eat cardboard! The growing movement agains
The growing movement against blandest of all vegetables, lettuce
Daily Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
'Healthy' lettuce? You might as well eat cardboard! The growing movement against the blandest of all vegetables Lettuce might be low in fat, sugar and salt but same is true of cardboard Leading American food writer Tamar Haspel has pointed out its... Read more
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News.com.au
Federal govt stumps up $16 million for TasTHE federal government will pay $16 million into a public-private investment sc
Federal govt stumps up $16 million for Tas
News.com.au / Posted 6 hours ago
THE federal government will pay $16 million into a public-private investment scheme designed to drive business and productivity in Tasmania. THE funds had initially been earmarked for Hobart's Cadbury chocolate factory during the 2013 election... Read more
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The Evening Sun
Working in butter: Sculptors will spend about a week crafting 400 pounds of butter into a sculpture at the York FairBack in 1982, or so, Jim Victor was teaching at Rosemont College outside of Phi
Working in butter: Sculptors will spend about a week crafting 400 pounds of butter into a sculpture at the York Fair
The Evening Sun / Posted 6 hours ago
Back in 1982, or so, Jim Victor was teaching at Rosemont College outside of Philadelphia when he was asked to create a sculpture of Mickey Rooney and Ann Miller to commemorate the 1,000th performance of the Broadway show "Sugar Babies." Keeping with... Read more
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Crikey
Are giant supermarkets making us fat? Here’s an interesting study that finds an extraordinarily strong correlation
Are giant supermarkets making us fat?
Crikey / Posted 6 hours ago
Here’s an interesting study that finds an extraordinarily strong correlation (r=0.96) between national obesity levels and the size of supermarkets in eight countries with Western-style diets — the Netherlands,... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Over a Cup of Coffee: Making Pumpkin CookiesOne of the perks of writing this column is getting to know my readers and getti
Over a Cup of Coffee: Making Pumpkin Cookies
Craig Daily Press / Posted 6 hours ago
One of the perks of writing this column is getting to know my readers and getting to visit with them. This past week, for example, Louise Irvine called to tell me about a peach cobbler recipe that she found in her mother’s file box. (Her mother was... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Federal govt stumps up $16 million for TasThe federal government will pay $16 million into a public-private investment sc
Federal govt stumps up $16 million for Tas
Sky News Australia / Posted 6 hours ago
The federal government will pay $16 million into a public-private investment scheme designed to drive business and productivity in Tasmania. The funds had initially been earmarked for Hobart's Cadbury chocolate factory during the 2013 election... Read more
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San Jose Mercury News
10 things to do this Labor Day weekend in the Bay AreaPlanning your Labor Day weekend? Here are some events to consider around the Ba
10 things to do this Labor Day weekend in the Bay Area
San Jose Mercury News / Posted 6 hours ago
Planning your Labor Day weekend? Here are some events to consider around the Bay Area. Bacon Festival of America Moveable Feast's third annual Bacon Festival of America will be serving up 150,000 strips of bacon at Plaza Cesar Chavez in San Jose... Read more
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The Irish Times
How to keep bees (and bee happy) Honeybees will happily forage for pollen and nectar wherever they can find it.
How to keep bees (and bee happy)
The Irish Times / Posted 6 hours ago
Honeybees will happily forage for pollen and nectar wherever they can find it. but the flowers of some plants are more valuable to them than others It wasn’t until I met and married a man who loves honey with the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Into Africa with Bono Last week, Bono and members of his One Foundation travelled to Rwanda and Nige
Into Africa with Bono
The Irish Times / Posted 6 hours ago
Last week, Bono and members of his One Foundation travelled to Rwanda and Nigeria. The Irish Times went along, to observe how the U2 singer does his other job, as an activist who ‘gets stuff done’ ‘Wonk and sizzle.” That’s Roxy... Read more
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The Irish Times
the 12 best restaurants to visit with friendsReview: A delightful dozen – great places to gather and eat and drink lovely th
the 12 best restaurants to visit with friends
The Irish Times / Posted 7 hours ago
Review: A delightful dozen – great places to gather and eat and drink lovely things with friends and family Pudding Row The quiet life. That’s what Dervla James imagined when she contemplated heading... Read more
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The Evening Sun
Unkempt vegetation overwhelms Hanover yard, unites neighborsA Hanover man has built his very own "secret garden" behind his home in the 200
Unkempt vegetation overwhelms Hanover yard, unites neighbors
The Evening Sun / Posted 8 hours ago
A Hanover man has built his very own "secret garden" behind his home in the 200 block of Meade Avenue. Hibiscus flowers and hydrangea bushes brush petals with sweet Annie and chocolate mint. Click here for more photos from this story. Richard... Read more
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York Daily Record
Unkempt vegetation overwhelms Hanover yard, unites neighborsA Hanover man has built his very own "secret garden" behind his home in the 200
Unkempt vegetation overwhelms Hanover yard, unites neighbors
York Daily Record / Posted 8 hours ago
A Hanover man has built his very own "secret garden" behind his home in the 200 block of Meade Avenue. Hibiscus flowers and hydrangea bushes brush petals with sweet Annie and chocolate mint. Click here for more photos from this story. Richard... Read more
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Spot.ph
Don Andres' Peruvian beef tenderloin sandwich, chocolate cake + moreContact: 364-4145 Open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 10:30
Don Andres' Peruvian beef tenderloin sandwich, chocolate cake + more
Spot.ph / Posted 8 hours ago
Contact: 364-4145 Open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. (SPOT.ph) Vibrant interiors, thirst-quenching Inca Cola, and moist roasted chicken are some of the main draws of Don Andres Peruvian Kitchen in South Triangle. But... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
50 companies from Brazil start U.S. operations from Pompano BeachFifty companies from Brazil are starting up in Pompano Beach, and more may be c
50 companies from Brazil start U.S. operations from Pompano Beach
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 8 hours ago
Fifty companies from Brazil are starting up in Pompano Beach, and more may be coming. A Pompano Beach consulting firm is assisting the 50 Brazilian companies to launch U.S. operations, creating jobs in Florida and strengthening ties with the state's... Read more
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BBC News
Myanmar's diving scavengers and other working livesWith Myanmar's first credible general election in 25 years just weeks away, our
Myanmar's diving scavengers and other working lives
BBC News / Posted 9 hours ago
With Myanmar's first credible general election in 25 years just weeks away, our Myanmar correspondent Jonah Fisher met five people in Yangon to find out how the country's reforms have affected their working lives. Since political reforms began in... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Praiseworthy bystanders; stumbling mayors: Editorial Peaks and ValleysEveryday heroes: Oregon Army National Guard specialist Alek Skarlatos earned wo
Praiseworthy bystanders; stumbling mayors: Editorial Peaks and Valleys
OregonLive.com / Posted 9 hours ago
Everyday heroes: Oregon Army National Guard specialist Alek Skarlatos earned worldwide adulation, France's Legion d'Honneur and a spot on Dancing with the Stars by helping to foil a terrorist attack on a high-speed train on Aug. 21. All of this is... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Open Your Eyes To The Infinite Possibility Of The TomatoPhoto by Ryan Kellman NPR It's that time of year when some gardeners and tomat
Open Your Eyes To The Infinite Possibility Of The Tomato
KPBS San Diego / Posted 9 hours ago
Photo by Ryan Kellman NPR It's that time of year when some gardeners and tomato-coveting shoppers face a vexing question: What on earth am I going to do with all these tomatoes I grew (or bought)? A select few up to their elbows in tomatoes may... Read more
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WCAX-TV Vermont
Vt. goat farm produces mico-batches of artisan cheeseEverybody knows about the craft brew craze in Vermont, but for one small family
Vt. goat farm produces mico-batches of artisan cheese
WCAX-TV Vermont / Posted 9 hours ago
Everybody knows about the craft brew craze in Vermont, but for one small family-run dairy and creamery it's all about artisan cheeses made in micro-batches. It's the morning routine at the Midnight Goat Farm in Huntington, a Grade A dairy and... Read more
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News.com.au
Abbott to attend Tas Libs conferencebreaking news MONEY and Mantach. THE two are shaping as the most anticipate
Abbott to attend Tas Libs conference
News.com.au / Posted 9 hours ago
breaking news MONEY and Mantach. THE two are shaping as the most anticipated topics at the weekend's Tasmanian Liberal Party conference, where Tony Abbott will be the headline act on Saturday. Two years after... Read more
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ESPN
Chicago Blackhawks' Daniel Carcillo's day with the Stanley Cup a tribute to Steve MontadorCHICAGO -- The pickles weren't good. They just weren't. They had a spicy kick,
Chicago Blackhawks' Daniel Carcillo's day with the Stanley Cup a tribute to Steve Montador
ESPN / Posted 9 hours ago
CHICAGO -- The pickles weren't good. They just weren't. They had a spicy kick, which was fine. They were also soaked in cherry red Kool-Aid, which wasn't. "People love them or they hate them. That's the deal," said Dr. Missy Holas, Montador's close... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
A good year for ice cream in GreenwichAs temperatures soared this summer, so did ice cream sales for the Fairfield Co
A good year for ice cream in Greenwich
Stamford Advocate / Posted 9 hours ago
As temperatures soared this summer, so did ice cream sales for the Fairfield County-based ice cream parlor, Gofer. Justin Ragusa, chief marketing manager for the chain, has been in the business with his family for 14 years, and said this year was a... Read more
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Connecticut Post
A good year for ice cream in GreenwichAs temperatures soared this summer, so did ice cream sales for the Fairfield Co
A good year for ice cream in Greenwich
Connecticut Post / Posted 9 hours ago
As temperatures soared this summer, so did ice cream sales for the Fairfield County-based ice cream parlor, Gofer. Justin Ragusa, chief marketing manager for the chain, has been in the business with his family for 14 years, and said this year was a... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Graves Co. 4H students winners at KY State FairGraves County School District’s students were well-represented among 4-H Club r
Graves Co. 4H students winners at KY State Fair
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 10 hours ago
Graves County School District’s students were well-represented among 4-H Club ribbon winners at Kentucky State Fair. Isabella Hussey brownies white ribbon Anna Rogers colossal cookies blue ribbon Matticlaire Wheeler apple cake blue ribbon Lexie... Read more
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Japan Today
Dine with Snoopy and pals at the new Peanuts themed cafe opening in Tokyo soon ‹ Japan TodayDid you know that Peanuts is almost 65 years old? Yup, the much-loved comic str
Dine with Snoopy and pals at the new Peanuts themed cafe opening in Tokyo soon ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 10 hours ago
Did you know that Peanuts is almost 65 years old? Yup, the much-loved comic strip featuring the mini adventures of Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Lucy and Woodstock is celebrating its 65th birthday on Oct 2 this year. It’s the perfect opportunity to indulge... Read more
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News.com.au
Insider reveals the truth about dodgy TV current affairs showsTV & Radio Scam expert reveals the truth about dodgy current affairs TV shows
Insider reveals the truth about dodgy TV current affairs shows
News.com.au / Posted 10 hours ago
TV & Radio Scam expert reveals the truth about dodgy current affairs TV shows NICHOLAS J Johnson is a master magician … and a master con man. But he uses his skills for good and often appears on current affairs programs as a scam-busting... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Yo, football fans! Two top chefs share their tailgate party noshesThe games have begun. And whether you're a 49ers fan or a citizen of Raiders Na
Yo, football fans! Two top chefs share their tailgate party noshes
Silicon Valley / Posted 10 hours ago
The games have begun. And whether you're a 49ers fan or a citizen of Raiders Nation, there's one thing we all can agree on: Football's fine, but tailgate season rocks. It's a time when grills get fired up, brewskis flow and the summer's bikini... Read more
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The Register
Oracle's bright new Sonoma SPARCs hint at own-tech cloudAnd I can think of only one customer: Oracle itself. There's very little enthu
Oracle's bright new Sonoma SPARCs hint at own-tech cloud
The Register / Posted 11 hours ago
And I can think of only one customer: Oracle itself. There's very little enthusiasm around the world for clouds built on anything other than x86. Sure, the occasional ARM server has made inroads here and there, and the likes of Cavium and HP (with... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Library Calendar11 a.m. Cyrill-Westside Library, Westside Readers. Join us as we discuss "Secre
Library Calendar
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 11 hours ago
11 a.m. Cyrill-Westside Library, Westside Readers. Join us as we discuss "Secrets over Sweet Tea" by Denise Jones. Call 864-574-6815. 4 p.m. Boiling Springs Library, Teen Manga & Anime Club. Vote for the anime you want to watch. Call... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Yo, football fans! Two top chefs share their tailgate party noshesThe games have begun. And whether you're a 49ers fan or a citizen of Raiders Na
Yo, football fans! Two top chefs share their tailgate party noshes
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 11 hours ago
The games have begun. And whether you're a 49ers fan or a citizen of Raiders Nation, there's one thing we all can agree on: Football's fine, but tailgate season rocks. It's a time when grills get fired up, brewskis flow and the summer's bikini... Read more
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The Daily Review
Yo, football fans! Two top chefs share their tailgate party noshesThe games have begun. And whether you're a 49ers fan or a citizen of Raiders Na
Yo, football fans! Two top chefs share their tailgate party noshes
The Daily Review / Posted 11 hours ago
The games have begun. And whether you're a 49ers fan or a citizen of Raiders Nation, there's one thing we all can agree on: Football's fine, but tailgate season rocks. It's a time when grills get fired up, brewskis flow and the summer's bikini... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Pumpkin returns to Dunkin’ in form of Pumpkin Cheesecake SquaresSome might argue that filled donuts are more dessert than breakfast, but others
Pumpkin returns to Dunkin’ in form of Pumpkin Cheesecake Squares
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 11 hours ago
Some might argue that filled donuts are more dessert than breakfast, but others disagree. Take a look at what one newspaper staff had to say about the new releases. Pumpkin Cheesecake Squares: This donut boasts pumpkin cheesecake filling, orange... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Pumpkin returns to Dunkin’ in form of Pumpkin Cheesecake SquaresSome might argue that filled donuts are more dessert than breakfast, but others
Pumpkin returns to Dunkin’ in form of Pumpkin Cheesecake Squares
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 11 hours ago
Some might argue that filled donuts are more dessert than breakfast, but others disagree. Take a look at what one newspaper staff had to say about the new releases. Pumpkin Cheesecake Squares: This donut boasts pumpkin cheesecake filling, orange... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Armstrong fair ready for the crowdsOnly once, in her six decades of volunteer and paid service, has Moyreen Tucker
Armstrong fair ready for the crowds
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 11 hours ago
Only once, in her six decades of volunteer and paid service, has Moyreen Tucker missed an Interior Provincial Exhibition (IPE). And that, Tucker said, “was my mom’s fault, God rest her soul.” “I was at UBC and wanted to come home (she grew up in... Read more
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