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Royal Wedding Lingo

While the world awaits the royal nuptials of the U.K.’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, engage yourself in our list of wedding day words you might not know.   Morning coat Short in front, longer in the back, the morning

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Royal Wedding Reception

At Harry and Meghan’s wedding, there won’t be a seating plan — because the party will be all-standing. Traditional wedding receptions center on a formal, sit-down meal for all the guests, with a seating plan carefully drawn up by the

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Lunchtime Trivia Thursday, May 17

Q: This research says that if you do not enjoy this, it is most likely your parents’ fault.  What is it? A:  Exercise Researchers from VU University in Amsterdam looked at why some people find exercise unpleasant and unrewarding, while

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Police Called To Settle Argument With A Bird

Loerrach, Gemany. A concerned neighbour called the police to report a disturbance and what they thought to be a domestic argument.  It had been going on for some time.  Once the police arrived they quickly deduced that no one was

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Everything About This Story Is Entertaining — Especially That They Call Him “The First Bloke”

New Zealand’s “first bloke” Clarke Gayford revealed Thursday how he fought off an angry shark with a pole while diving off Auckland. Gayford, the partner of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, tweeted a picture of himself keeping the predator at bay

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What Exactly Did This Camera Capture?

  This image out of Northern Michigan shows a glowing silhouette hovering above a pickup truck. But what is it?  Local Fire Chief Glen Thorman says his home’s motion sensor security camera snapped the photo last Tuesday. A second image shows the

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What to Feed a Beast

On 9 July 2016, Staffordshire-born strongman Eddie Hall the Beast, made history after becoming the first person to complete a half tonne deadlift at the World Deadlift Championships in Leeds, UK. Beating the previous 463 kg record, the reigning World’s

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Cambridge Pedestrian Bridge set to Open Saturday May 26th

The much-anticipated pedestrian bridge in downtown Galt is set to open Saturday, May 26, with an launch event at 2 p.m. at 53 Grand Ave. Mayor Doug Craig, said “Cambridge has always been a river city and the pedestrian bridge

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Artist After 6: John Legend

Artist After 6: John Legend. Hear him in the Lounge tonight at 7p. Click the link to see his hauntingly beautiful hit, “All of Me.” Pic:drum.co.za and YouTube.

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Royal Wedding Screening

You may not have gotten the invite to Windsor Castle for the royal wedding but that doesn’t mean you can’t catch the ceremony inside a stately venue named for a royal. Theatre magnate David Mirvish has announced that the Princess

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Scam Alert

The RCMP is warning the general public of telephone calls that appear to be coming from the RCMP with a demand for money or the threat of arrest. The RCMP says the caller impersonates a police officer and tells the

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Lunchtime Trivia Wednesday, May 16

Q: In a survey of 24,000 people a majority or, 6 out of 10, said they when it comes to this they are worse than average.  What is it?     A: Drawing.  They say they are worse than average.

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Late For Work. Here Are Some Reasons Why People Are Late

  A recent survey by Careerbuilder reveals that 25% of workers are late to work at least once a month. That’s down from 29% in 2017. Other findings: – 12% of workers are late to work on a weekly basis

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88-Year-Old JT Fan Gets Night Of Her Life

Bette “Nammie” Maloney had the experience of a lifetime. The 88-year-old superfan couldn’t believe it when, in an Instagram video from late March that has since gone viral, she got Justin Timberland tickets for an Easter present. But she was even more astounded

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Time Travelers Have Been Invited To Stephen Hawking’s Memorial

On June 28, 2009, Stephen Hawking sat alone in a college at the University of Cambridge and waited for party guests to arrive. He waited patiently for his guests, but not one of them showed up. Hawking wasn’t just looking

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

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