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Daily Mail
How JFK ordered Secret Service agent to keep Jackie away from Onassisand Commerce Secretary Franklin D. Roosevelt and his wife Susan, were given exp
How JFK ordered Secret Service agent to keep Jackie away from Onassis
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
and Commerce Secretary Franklin D. Roosevelt and his wife Susan, were given expensive gifts - Jackie’s was a diamond and jewel necklace. Her aides said that when she returned to America she was not only healed - she was a different woman. After... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
More from Juanita More!Juanita More! describes her persona as being about "fashion, food, philanthropy
More from Juanita More!
Bay Area Reporter / Posted 13 hours ago
Juanita More! describes her persona as being about "fashion, food, philanthropy and furious beats." Beloved in the drag community and revered by audiences, More is enjoying a particularly busy Spring season. She recently ended her weekly Booty Call... Read more
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Arkansas Times
The wizard of Wilsonin preparation for new construction. At the Wilson Cafe on the town square, new
The wizard of Wilson
Arkansas Times / Posted 18 hours ago
in preparation for new construction. At the Wilson Cafe on the town square, new forks and spoons clinked on new plates, the food prepared by a young chef uprooted from a ritzy restaurant in Memphis and repotted here, the dining room tiled and... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Listeria fears lead to widespread frozen fruit and vegetable recallin the Chicago area after seven people in other states became sick and two died
Listeria fears lead to widespread frozen fruit and vegetable recall
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
in the Chicago area after seven people in other states became sick and two died. The expanded recall issued by CRF Frozen Foods, a Washington-based company, now includes more than 350 products sold under 42 different brands, including some sold at... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Dietitian on aisle four: Grocery stores are calling in health expertsof the Evergreen Park location. Parker is one of a growing number of registere
Dietitian on aisle four: Grocery stores are calling in health experts
Chicago Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
of the Evergreen Park location. Parker is one of a growing number of registered dietitians who ply their trade in grocery stores instead of health care settings. As consumers have turned toward food they consider healthier and more sustainable,... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
New titles coming to Netflix in Maybe perfect if only Jake Ryan would look her way. Sugar Coated (2015): This doc
New titles coming to Netflix in May
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 9 days ago
be perfect if only Jake Ryan would look her way. Sugar Coated (2015): This documentary investigates the history of the food industry’s use of sugar, its health impact on society and the politics of the “new tobacco.” Terra (2015): We no longer... Read more
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Denver Post
Transit-oriented development chugging down the A-train tracksin the site, which sits behind big-box retail at Quebec Street and Smith Road.
Transit-oriented development chugging down the A-train tracks
Denver Post / Posted 11 days ago
in the site, which sits behind big-box retail at Quebec Street and Smith Road. "This is the last, almost the crown jewel of the Stapleton development," he said. "We're really focused on it now pretty heavily." Zoning there generally allows... Read more
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The Tonganoxie Mirror
Tonganoxie City Council hears concerns about sesquicentennial road closuresshe was concerned about people getting to businesses during prime operating hou
Tonganoxie City Council hears concerns about sesquicentennial road closures
The Tonganoxie Mirror / Posted 15 days ago
she was concerned about people getting to businesses during prime operating hours Friday, something Reed said Downtown Drug Store owner Sarah Breuer also had voiced concerns to her about. Reed said volunteers would be stationed at various... Read more
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The New Yorker
“Black-ish” Transforms the Family SitcomShe helped Barris get a slot in the Paramount Writers Program, a diversity init
“Black-ish” Transforms the Family Sitcom
The New Yorker / Posted 17 days ago
She helped Barris get a slot in the Paramount Writers Program, a diversity initiative, and hired him to write for “Soul Food,” a series that she created for Showtime. During the years it aired, from 2000 to 2004, it was the only black-family... Read more
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The Forward
Lamb Stew With Apricots and Mint Over White Beans — From a Spanish Dreamsalt and cinnamon from a fragrant spice stand; dried dates, apricots, and roast
Lamb Stew With Apricots and Mint Over White Beans — From a Spanish Dream
The Forward / Posted 21 days ago
salt and cinnamon from a fragrant spice stand; dried dates, apricots, and roasted Marcona almonds from a vendor of jewel-like nuts and dried and candied fruits; leeks, garlic, asparagus, apples, oranges, and fresh mint from a stall brimming... Read more
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Cincinnati CityBeat
Vinyl Revivalhe says. “So they’ve always been my favorite band and In Utero my favorite reco
Vinyl Revival
Cincinnati CityBeat / Posted 22 days ago
he says. “So they’ve always been my favorite band and In Utero my favorite record.”A frequent visitor of used record stores, Bingaman gets as much as he can there. In one day at Northside’s Shake It, he found three records by the other band... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
From Pet Puzzles to Back Scratchers: Unusual Gifts for Furry Friendsto Best Friends Animal Society, the nation's largest no-kill shelter. Don't cou
From Pet Puzzles to Back Scratchers: Unusual Gifts for Furry Friends
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 22 days ago
to Best Friends Animal Society, the nation's largest no-kill shelter. Don't count on your high-end pooch going back to store-brand treats after this gift. The dog is known as man’s best friend, so why not share a cold one with your pet? Crack... Read more
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Market Watch
This company pays workers extra $500 a month if they buy healthier groceriesand cash back up to $600 a year for buying healthy groceries. The program work
This company pays workers extra $500 a month if they buy healthier groceries
Market Watch / Posted 23 days ago
and cash back up to $600 a year for buying healthy groceries. The program works at chains including Piggly Wiggly, Jewel-Osco, Kmart, Walmart, Stop & Shop and Wegmans. It requires the policyholders to either link their store loyalty cards... Read more
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Miami New Times
Christian de Berdouare, Miami's Most Eccentric Fast-Food Magnate, Sets His Sights Higher Than ChickenOn a cloudy afternoon in late October, South Florida's most recognizable fast-f
Christian de Berdouare, Miami's Most Eccentric Fast-Food Magnate, Sets His Sights Higher Than Chicken
Miami New Times / Posted 23 days ago
On a cloudy afternoon in late October, South Florida's most recognizable fast-food magnate approaches a chainlink gate outside a waterfront property on ultra-exclusive North Bay Road in Miami Beach. Christian de Berdouare scrolls his finger and thumb... Read more
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Market Watch
For $500 a month, would you tell your boss what groceries you buy?and cash back up to $600 a year for buying healthy groceries. The program work
For $500 a month, would you tell your boss what groceries you buy?
Market Watch / Posted 23 days ago
and cash back up to $600 a year for buying healthy groceries. The program works at chains including Piggly Wiggly, Jewel-Osco, Kmart, Walmart, Stop & Shop and Wegmans. It requires the policyholders to either link their store loyalty cards... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
GMO labeling debate puts food industry on defensiveIf you've had a soda, a bag of chips or a store-bought cookie in the past 20 ye
GMO labeling debate puts food industry on defensive
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 23 days ago
If you've had a soda, a bag of chips or a store-bought cookie in the past 20 years, chances are you've eaten genetically modified organisms — better known as GMOs. For years, food containing GMOs have lined the shelves of American grocery stores... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
For Meijer, bigger is betterBucking a national trend toward smaller footprints, one discount retailer is ad
For Meijer, bigger is better
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 25 days ago
Bucking a national trend toward smaller footprints, one discount retailer is adding big-box stores in suburban Chicago while shuttering one of its experimental downsized locations. Meijer recently announced plans to pour $400 million into new and... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Wipe away shopping cart germs? Not all doWalgreens has a straightforward explanation for why its stores don't station we
Wipe away shopping cart germs? Not all do
Chicago Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
Walgreens has a straightforward explanation for why its stores don't station wet sanitizing wipes near its shopping carts to win the hearts of hygiene-minded shoppers. The drugstore chain tried putting dispensers for the cloths near the entrances of... Read more
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NJ.com
18 hours in Jersey City: Is N.J.'s hot spot worth the hype?Newark Ave., for books — hey, maybe you'll learn something A stone's throw fro
18 hours in Jersey City: Is N.J.'s hot spot worth the hype?
NJ.com / Posted a month ago
Newark Ave., for books — hey, maybe you'll learn something A stone's throw from Porta was WORD, an upbeat bookstore featuring a strong reading selection, small cafe, and community focus. Though not terribly large, the place is loaded... Read more

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