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ShopSmart Finds Precut Fruits & Veggies Often Sold At Premium Prices

By Jim Donovan: Precut fresh fruits, veggies, and meats may help get dinner on the table faster, but the markups on these can be huge. … 271 more words


Turzanski On Temple U. Prof Accused Of Selling Research To China: We Should Be Worried, The Chinese Own Everything

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Ed Turzanski — a John Templeton Fellow, co-chairman of the Center For the Study of Terrorism, and professor at La Salle University — spoke with Talk Radio 1210 WPHT morning host Chris Stigall about Xioaxing Xi, Temple University’s Head of the Physics Department, who is… 318 more words

Watch + Listen

How a writing group travels apart and stays connected

Karalee’s Post #112

Last week I was in the East Kootenays helping friends and family with their spring gardening. I’ve also ventured back into the working world again where I’m having a great time meeting new people and reconnecting with others I haven’t seen for years. 646 more words


The Kiss

by Robert Kingett

We slowly draw closer in the enveloping blackness. My porch light illuminates his chocolate face as we draw closer, collapsing the distance of our feelings. 319 more words



I want to start first by thanking those that have nominated me for the Versatile and Creative Blogger Awards and your patience with me to finally get around to posting these awards. 358 more words


WEATHER: A Nice, Spring-like Memorial Day Weekend

By Geoff Bansen

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s shaping up to be a great Memorial Day Weekend!

If you have the day off to get a head start on your travel, you’re in for a great travel day. 246 more words


Human sacrifice

Sacrificial backpacker-maiden, Vat Phu, from loupiot.com

The earliest evidence of human sacrifice among the Khmers might be this stone crocodile at Vat Phu Champasak. Today it’s in Laos, but it’s a Khmer temple dating from the 5th century, the very dawn of the Khmer kingdom.  510 more words