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A THANKSGIVING GUIDE TO DRINKING

A THANKSGIVING GUIDE TO DRINKING

mag863 November 19, 2017 0

There are drinkers and then there are drinkers. We like to think that we fall in the latter category, and as such maintain a strict drink regime for our Thanksgiving celebrations. The key, as any

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Spice Up the Season

Spice Up the Season

mag863 November 6, 2017 0

  Flavorful holiday dishes for every course (Family Features) Whether this holiday marks your culinary debut or you’re a seasoned chef looking for a fresh take on seasonal favorites, you can take some notes

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Five tips for staying on budget and keeping the holidays jolly

Five tips for staying on budget and keeping the holidays jolly

mag863 November 5, 2017 0

Candy cane cache: Maintain your holiday budget through these 5 tips (BPT) – If you’re one of those savvy consumers already strategizing how to best fund gifts and other expenses this holiday season, you’re

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What Not to Forget on a Cruise

What Not to Forget on a Cruise

mag863 November 1, 2017 0

10 Things to Remember to Pack We all know that sinking feeling when you realize you’ve left something important behind, whether it’s your phone in the car or your wallet at the restaurant you

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Can “Useless” Things Be Valuable?

Can “Useless” Things Be Valuable?

mag863 October 11, 2017 0

Call us sentimental, but there’s something about holding onto so-called “useless” things that brings us a surprising amount of joy. Some things, like your high school playbills or a flower from your first date,

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Hurricane Aid For Residents Of Puerto Rico Remains Unloaded At Ports

Hurricane Aid For Residents Of Puerto Rico Remains Unloaded At Ports

mag863 September 28, 2017 0

As residents of Puerto Rico continue to deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, much of the needed aid sent to the island has yet to make it into their hands. Instead, cargo container

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Is Rick Scott Re-Evaluating His Stance on Climate Change Post-Irma?

Is Rick Scott Re-Evaluating His Stance on Climate Change Post-Irma?

mag863 September 19, 2017 0

“Clearly, our environment changes all the time,” the Republican leader said after touring Irma’s devastation. “And whether that’s cycles we’re going through or whether that’s man-made, I wouldn’t be able to tell you which one it

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Grady Judd, Would You Please Just STFU Already?

Grady Judd, Would You Please Just STFU Already?

mag863 September 7, 2017 0

With Hurricane Irma posing an immediate and catastrophic danger to Florida, you’d think local law enforcement would be focused on saving lives and preparing for the worst. But you’re not the Polk County Sheriff’s office,

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How To Help The Victims Of Hurricane Harvey’s Devastating Flooding In Texas

How To Help The Victims Of Hurricane Harvey’s Devastating Flooding In Texas

mag863 August 28, 2017 0

In this Getty photo, Rockport resident Steve Culver comforts his dog, Otis, while telling photographers about the “most terrifying event in his life.” In doing so, he sat outside his hurricane-ravaged home where he and his

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How To Prepare For A Hurricane

How To Prepare For A Hurricane

mag863 August 25, 2017 0

If you’re familiar with hurricane history, you know that anyone living along the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico needs to know how to prepare for massive tropical storms. And because hurricanes pose a

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