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Like Wine? Choose Red Wine and Protect Your Body
I like to drink a glass of wine every now and then, and I typically don't care if it's red, blush, white or whatever.  I only care about drinking a semi-sweet wine that I like.  After reading the latest information about red wine, however, I may begin making it my wine staple.&nb…
Evansville Easter Seals Dine Out Event – Tuesday, March 4
Put the date in your smart phone calendar, write it on the refrigerator calendar and get ready for a day of dining out, Tuesday, March 4!  Go our for a meal (or two) at participating restaurants that will be donating a portion of their sales to fund therapy for tri-state kids and adults with di…
Love Isn’t Found in the Origins of Valentine’s Day
It's amazing how this particular day transformed itself into a day for lovers, since the name Valentine, although connected to three different historical saints and martyrdom, is also connected to a tragic event of spilled blood called, the Valentine's Day Massacre which occurred on the st…
State of Indiana Considering Options for Making Up Snow Days
This winter's ice and snow affects anyone with kids in the household, plus adults who work in any of the school corporations.  Since both of my kids are still in public schools and Jenny teaches in one, we are affected by the snow days that will have to be made up.  Interestingly enough, one of the …
Your Cell Phone May Be the Next Target of the One Ring Scam
I talked to you about this while I was on the air Wednesday afternoon.  If you missed hearing me, this is a trap you don't want to be tempted to fall into.  It's the latest phone scam and it could easily follow you over the cellular network.  the "One Ring" scam is exactly as the name desc…
Will a Biological Blight Bottom Out the Banana Bunch?
I like to eat bananas occasionally and I like them well enough, but I wouldn't say that I'm a banana lover.  If you are a banana lover, this news may greatly disturb you.  (It certainly is bad enough to make the monkeys go ape!)  There is currently a blight on bananas in Asia that has now been found…
The Story of the Christmas Candy Cane
When people in Europe began making decorations for their Christmas trees, many of the decorations were already made from food, including cookies and candy.  Straight, white sticks of sugar candy, called candy canes, became a favorite decoration around the 17th century.

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