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Source: USA TODAY
Gone are the days of the staid ol’ spherical cheese ball, thanks to Great Balls of Cheese food writer and editor, Michelle Buffardi. “I realized how many things you can create out of cheese,” she says. “It’s so malleable — perfect for shaping into a snowman, pumpkin, Christmas tree, anything really.” This cheesy tree doesn’t just look the part; it’s also studded with pomegranate seeds, starfruit and other ingredients that embod...
Mexico’s Tax Administration Service (Servicio de Administracion Tributaria), announced this week, an increase in the allotted value for tax-exempt goods from $300 USD to $500 USD per individual through January 8, 2014.
In anticipation of the busy holiday shopping season, Mexico’s Tax Administration Service (Servicio de Administracion Tributaria), announced this week, an increase in the allotted value for tax-exempt goods from $300 USD to $500 USD per individual. The increase is in...
How very frustrating! By the way Denise is my Medicare representative and she is so very patient and really helps people with questions, hence, her frustration. Thanks Denise!
Listening to Rush is bad for your health – especially your blood pressure. Switch to NPR or 89.1 and you’ll live longer
Although I readily acknowledge that there are many things that women do as well or better than men, voting is not one of them. Moreover, things only seem to be getting worse.
In 2008, women gave Obama 56% of their votes, a mere 43% to McCain, while men at least made it close, 49%-48%. But whereas men came to their senses last November, voting for Romney 52%-45%, the women remained faithful to the cool dude by a 55%-44% margin.
As you may ...
In a game dominated by the two offenses and execution of big plays, the outcome was decided by the defense.
Stopping Gilbert Williams Field running back Jacob Anderson on a fourth down at the their 27 yard line with just over 2 minutes remaining the game, Queen Creek held on to gain a 31-28 victory and move into the Division III state title game Friday.
Source: USA TODAY
(EDITOR’S NOTE: In this guest opinion, Andrew Reid, president of online-community management company Vision Critical, explains what businesses must do to keep customers happy in the digital age.)
VANCOUVER — Marketing has grown so important for businesses that brands are thinking solely with their marketer hats on, purely to meet customer needs.
Since the mid-19th Century, where instances of marketing were first seen, brands have come a long way. But are they doing...
Entitlement growth, exploding debt, rapacious taxation, oppressive regulation, illegal immigration, IRS/DOJ/EPA/DHS/HHS/NSA abuses, …, and the list just keeps on growing.
What’s a conservative activist to do?
Should we continue fighting these Big Government abuses and usurpations one at a time? Should we continue trying to “el...
Paul Goldschmidt already has a Gold Glove, a Silver Slugger and a Hank Aaron Award for being the top hitter in the National League. He’ll find out Thursday if he’ll also be the first Diamondbacks player to win the Most Value Player Award.
The Baseball Writers Association of America’s MVP awards will be unveiled Thursday at 4 p.m. on MLB Network.
Best back in the country period.
The Diamondbacks coaching staff is about to have one more vacancy, if not more.
Third base coach Matt Williams is expected to be named manager of the Washington Nationals, according to multiple reports.
Source: USA TODAY
Dramatic 911 calls and details about the murder weapon were released Tuesday by police trying to determine why a 12-year-old student opened fire in a Nevada middle school a day earlier.
Sparks Deputy Chief Tom Miller said the seventh-grade student fatally shot a math teacher, wounded two students and then killed himself with a Ruger 9mm handgun he apparently brought from home.
The wounded students were in stable condition and recovering, Miller said. He said the identity of th...
Despite a managerial opening with his hometown team, Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson appears to be staying put.
On the day Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland announced his retirement, Diamondbacks CEO Derrick Hall said Gibson doesn’t want to leave Arizona — and that the club doesn’t want him to go, either.
Claiming that the Governor is free to appoint, reappoint – or not reappoint – clemency board members for any reason at all, Arizona Assistant Attorney General Kelly Gillilian-Gibson has asked a federal appeals court to rebuff a last-minute bid by inmate Edward Schad to delay his scheduled Wednesday execution. Joining in the claim of board bias is Robert Glen Jones, Jr., scheduled to be executed later this month.
In a moment of candor, Gillian-Gibson stated that it is very possible t...
Yesterday was Father’s Day and Ms. Karen & I spent it here. While most of you were roasting in 100+ degree heat, we were enjoying a picnic in 65 degree weather around an alpine lake. We will definitely add this to our List of the Best Picnic Areas in Southern Arizona. To find out more about this recommended cool summer getaway, check out my slideshow on SouthernArizonaGuide.com.
Apparently the second law of thermodynamics does not apply to green energy. It’s magic. The claim is that such a structure could generate 610 megawatt-hours of electricity, of which about 100 MWh would power the plant.