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Tavares Shines In Leafs Debut

You normally can’t count on things falling into place quite so quickly. Even though Toronto Maple Leafs brass first started envisioning John Tavares and Mitch Marner creating sparks on the ice together several months ago – it was a huge

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Jordan Helps With Florence Relief

Michael Jordan is pitching in to help hurricane relief in North Carolina. The N-B-A legend and current owner of the Charlotte Hornets franchise has donated two-million dollars to help residents of his home state recover from hurricane Florence. Jordan was

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Changes Coming For Hamilton Drive-thrus

Drive through food businesses in Hamilton will soon be required to install garbage bins that are accessible to customers from their cars. The bins will be mandatory under a new addition to the city’s business licensing bylaw. The new requirement

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Your Brain Loves Mac and Cheese

Who doesn’t love macaroni and cheese? Or ice cream, or French fries for that matter. A big reason for that? All of them have one important thing in common: They contain a mixture of carbohydrates and fats. Food and brain

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Artist After 6: Roberta Flack

Artist After 6: Roberta Flack. She’s in the Lounge at 7 and you can see her video for “First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” by clicking the link. video:fritz51355

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Beat Any Speeding Ticket with These Magic Words

You can’t always win. But according to real-life cops and serial ticket dodgers, these few simple words can improve your odds astronomically. Wave hello So you were driving down the road a little faster than you should have been, and

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You Should Always Add This One Ingredient to Your Dishwasher

This key ingredient in your dishwasher will give your glassware an extra sparkle and prevent filmy residue from hard water. A dishwasher can be a godsend, especially in a busy household or around the holiday season. But when it delivers

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Old School Love. They Met In Grade School 60 Years Ago And Just Married

Every once in a while one may think of childhood crushes and friends from way back.  Some have kept in touch with their friends over the years and Facebook certainly made that very easy.  One of the first thing many

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Lunchtime Trivia Tuesday, September 18

Q:  On average, Canadians do this just over 5 times everyday.  What is it? A: Flush the toilet Toronto, ON – The majority of Canadians (52%) think that they are generally making reasonable efforts to conserve water. According to a

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Teacher Will Wear Same Dress For 100 Days To Teach About Sustainability

In an effort to teach her students about sustainability, this teacher will wear the same dress for 100 days.  I had to find out and yes she will be washing it and also will wear an apron when in art

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Parking Can Be Tough…

A lesson on how to park a car somehow turned into a swim at the community pool. A Maryland fire and rescue service says it found a car sitting in the middle of a city’s pool over the weekend following

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Noah’s Ark is a School Bus

Tony Alsup is a 51-year-old trucker from Greenback, Tennessee. Tony drives an old school bus, the seats have been ripped out to make room for its special passengers. On the bus’s side are the words “EMERGENCY ANIMAL RESCUE SHELTER.” But

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Another Caution About Harsh Cleaning Products

  A new study suggests that commonly used household disinfectants could increase the risk of young children becoming overweight, by altering the makeup of their gut bacteria during the first few months of life. A new study analyzed the gut

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Doctors South of the Boarder Renew Call For Ban On Infant Walkers

Watching an infant propel herself across the floor on wheels in a saucer-shaped baby walker may be as entertaining. However, because hospital emergency rooms treat more than 2,000 babies a year for injuries while using these walkers, American pediatricians are

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Artist After 6: Nancy Sinatra

Artist After 6: Nancy Sinatra. She’s in the Lounge at 7 and you can see her video for, “These Boots Are Made For Walkin’” by clicking the link. pic: free use video:weissebrauen

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