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New Old Signs Holiday Exhibit Announced

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014) – For the third consecutive year, artist John A. Cox will host an annual New Old Signs Holiday Exhibit in Lexington, KY. 105 more words

Eat These Words: Wild West Steak

By: Joe Lofranco

In the latest edition of Eat These Words, our intrepid food columnist Joe Lofranco reviews the best $25 and Under steak options in Toronto while discussing his love of western films and the genealogy of his Grandpa’s Steak and Eggs recipe.  1,454 more words

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The Tulip

We were down by the Woodbine beach area for Victoria’s Day and decided to hit up some local eats. There was too long of a line for fast things and ended up in a diner called… 92 more words

Food

The Blessing of the Old Woman, the Tulip, and the Dog

Alicia Ostriker

To be blessed

said the old woman

is to live and work

so hard

God’s love

washes right through you

like milk through a cow…

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Creative Writing

"Broken" Tulips

From the Mount Holyoke College Botanic Garden web site:

In Holland in the late 1500s and early 1600s, the popularity of tulips steadily increased. The arrival of Carolus Clusius at Leiden University was one factor that helped to boost the popularity of the tulip. 227 more words

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