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A Drug Test In Every Pot

“There are people who trade their food stamps for drugs or a new phone. But you know what? Those people are not the majority.” By Rachel Birdsell In answer to


Angelina’s Breast Cancer Victory Isn’t For Celebrities Only

Special Contribution By Richard E. Fine, MD, FACS Actress Angelina Jolie announced that she underwent a preventive double mastectomy after learning that she was genetically predisposed to cancer. Her disclosure

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fromjane. Fashion Line Creates Community Of Sewers

By Terrah Baker Leah Garrett, her mother Lou Sharp and Michael Downs have a dream to help communities through sewing. Their journey began when they started selling specialty items like

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Newsprint Nails: The Easy DIY Steps

We know you have some old Free Weekly’s lying around, and we wanted to offer a fun way to reuse the pages before you recycle them. Materials Need Top Color

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Ennui Go!

“…Expressions of appreciation seem to keep a relationship alive, keeping partners from taking each other for granted and feeling taken for granted.” By Amy Alkon My girlfriend and I love

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Top Events, Fairs, Festivals in June across Southeast

Southeast Tourism Society highlights events in 12 states Staff Report June is a prime month for special events and festivals, and the Southeast Tourism Society has identified a dozen of

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Make Ripples by Recycling Odds & Ends

By Amanda Bancroft Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could feed hungry people with unwanted household junk? No, not by feeding them junk, of course! By recycling your odds &