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Five Unique and Inexpensive Date Ideas

February 9, 2011 Entertainment
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By Annalise Klingbeil Forget dinner and a movie. Move over sitting at home and watching TV. It’s February and love is in the air. An enjoyable date doesn’t have to be expensive; a little creativity can go a long way. Whether you have been with your partner for 30 years or three weeks, try taking […]

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Geocaching – an adventure game

August 12, 2010 Entertainment
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By R.J. Telford Ten years ago, a new game was born.  But it was launched without fanfare, marketing, or publicity.  That’s because the game’s creator didn’t devise formal rules and he didn’t expect to profit from it.  And, it is because of those founding principles that the game has flourished. So, what is this game?  […]

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Belly Dancing

July 14, 2010 Entertainment
Belly Dancing

By Jeanie Keogh If you’ve a taste for the Eastern arts and have thought there is something about the way women in Bollywood movies move that you would like to emulate, belly dancing classes will give you a chance to reinvent your exotic self. Belly dancing is a powerful way to invigorate your feminine life […]

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Getting Growing with Containers

June 22, 2010 Entertainment
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By Nancy Bennet Gardening is good for the soil and the soul, but you don’t have to have a big plot of land or a massive bed to make gardening part of your life. Pretty much any plant you can grow in the ground, you can also grow in a pot. I have had great […]

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Everything Old is New Again

June 15, 2010 Entertainment
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My mother used to regale my sister and me with stories of how she and her five sisters would turn their unglamourous under vests upside down and pin them to their dresses, so that the thick straps on the vests did not show if they danced the Charleston a little too vigourously. Their father, a […]

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The Health Benefits of Gardening

May 28, 2010 Entertainment
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By Carolyn Anderson, MD While not all seniors have a place to grow a large garden they can still enjoy the health benefits of gardening inside. Whether you garden inside or outside you are engaging in activity while planting flowers, fruits or vegetables. If you are able to garden outside it counts as a form […]

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Move over, Susan Boyle!

May 29, 2009 Entertainment
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A National Talent Competition Has Seniors Reaching For The Stars by Shannon Melnyk We all get giddy over the story of an unsung hero. Undiscovered talent. The rise of the underdog. It seems we can’t turn on the television without bumping into reality TV’s answer to our relatively recent obsession with talent competitions like American […]

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12 Tips for Writing Your Memoirs

February 23, 2009 Entertainment
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If you have ever written a friendly letter, you can write your life’s story. Your life is precious and shouldn’t be forgotten. Sooner or later, members of your family will want to know more about your life. In today’s uprooted society, your memoir can provide a link to help maintain family ties, traditions, and values. […]

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