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Poster made by Joanna Papaleo On Saturday night this weekend The Terminal Orchestra will be playing at The DeVos Art Museum as part of the closing for the John Lautner Exbit.  The band is known for its epic pieces of music (think soundtracks) and large size of the band (there will probably be 10 to […]

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FRIDAY’S MOVIE: A CHIRSTMAS STORY FINISH THE SENTENCE: “YOU’LL SHOOT YOUR EYE OUT KID DAILY WINNER:PAULETTE WEEKLY WINNER: CONNIE Ralphie, a young boy growing up in the ’40’s, dreams of owning a Red Rider BB gun. He sets out to convince the world this is the perfect gift. But along the way, he runs into […]

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Verb: Cumulate (KYOO-myuh-layt) Definition: 1. To gather or pile or become gathered or piled in a heap. 2. a: To combine into one. b: To increase gradually in quantity or number. 3. To build up by addition of new material. Sample sentence: I am not sure how it happens, but shoes seem to cumulate in […]

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This evening there is a free show going on at Northern Michigan University.  The Bingers, from Chicago are headlining the show along with special guests Windmill, and El Tigre Ultimo.  You can check out the facebook page here. The show was organized by Last Resort, who are a group of students who are dedicated to […]

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A large study involving nearly 51,000 women found that drinking four or more cups of coffee a day appears to lower the long-term risk of depression. Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health followed participants in the long-running Nurses’ Health Study to see what effect coffee would have on the risk of depression. At […]

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Thursday 11/10 Movie – “Evan Almighty” Finish The Sentence Answer: “One Act of Random Kindness at a Time” WINNER:TRACY Buffalo newsman Evan Baxter is elected to Congress with the slogan, “Change the world.” A mansion in a new Virginia suburb. His Capitol office is also fantastic. The catch? He’s tapped by Congressman Long to co-sponsor […]

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Noun: Ziggurat (ZIG-uh-rat) Definition: An ancient Mesopotamian temple tower consisting of a lofty pyramidal structure built in successive stages with outside staircases and a shrine at the top; also, a structure or object of similar form. Sample sentence: The history class assignment was to construct a model ziggurat out of common items, so Susan made […]

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As we get older, our bodies don’t absorb vitamin B12 as readily as they did during our younger years (B12 is found in animal foods – meat, poultry, fish, eggs and dairy products). And this decreasing absorption may help explain why brain size shrinks with age and seniors develop problems with thinking. Researchers in Chicago […]

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TODAY’S ANSWER: LIKE QUICKSAND TODAY’S WINNER: LISA

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Adjective: Fey (FAY) Definition: 1. Marked by a foreboding of death or calamity. 2. a: Marked by an otherworldly air or attitude. b: Crazy. 3. a: Excessively refined; precious. b: Quaintly unconventional; campy. Sample sentence: Grandfather always said grandmother was fey and he often joked that he believed she was raised by woodland fairies.

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