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Muskegon – October 22, 2011 – The book “Understanding Women” has finally arrived in book stores: The new book is out and ready for review.

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This Sunday evening there’s a show that’s all ages at The Upfront & Company that I’m pretty excited about.  It features The Redettes, who are from right here in Marquette along with Maximum P&U.  Also playing are Wett Nurse (local reverb coated loud garage rock with a keyboard, a must see!) and duo Team Awesome. […]

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Spring Lake – October 21, 2011- Sweaty?  Schweddy What? Schweddy Balls Ice Cream Is Not The Choice Of Moms And I Agree Supporters and members of the One Million Moms group say NO.  Ben & Jerry’s Schweddy Balls ice cream featuring fudge-covered rum balls has been absent from MANY grocery freezers since it was unveiled. […]

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Adjective: Tawdry (TAW-dree) Definition: 1. Gaudy, showy and cheap 2. Low or mean Sample sentence: The mother refused to let her daughter wear the tawdry jewelry and sloppy clothes to school, even though she was informed it was the latest style.

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Researchers at Britain’s Roehampton University questioned 1,068 men and women about their eating and sleeping habits as well as how they rated their levels of happiness, anxiety and their physical health and weight. The results suggest that early birds are slimmer, healthier and happier than people who stay up later and get up later. Other […]

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Noun: Exodus (EK-suh-dus) Definition: 1. The mainly narrative second book of canonical Jewish and Christian Scripture 2. A mass departure: emigration Sample sentence: When the concert ended, the exodus of attendees clogged up traffic for miles.

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Yoga is no substitute for the more vigorous exercise which many people with diabetes need in order to lose weight, but a new study suggests that it may offer some of its own benefits. The findings showed that yoga classes (when added to standard diabetes care) helped study participants pare a few pounds and also […]

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The test will be different from what you’re used to hearing. The MAB says there’s no need to panic or become overly concerned. Marquette, Michigan — When an important weather announcement is broadcast on the EAS (Emergency Alert System) we like to alert the public as soon as possible. Coming up on November 9th, 2011, […]

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Adjective: Conversant (kun-VER-sunt) Definition: Having knowledge or experience. Sample sentence: The software firm advertised for programmers who are conversant with the latest technologies and languages and who have at least 3 years of job-related experience.

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Pop quiz: What do apples, pears, cucumbers and cauliflower have in common? Answer: The edible parts of all of them are white. And these fruits and vegetables have now been identified as foods that may dramatically lower the risk of stroke. This news comes from a decade long Dutch study that involved more than 20,000 […]

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