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What You Need to Know About New Airfare Advertising Rules

What do I pay for? My brother and I were on the phone looking up rates to fly to Phoenix for me to see him. I won't mention the Airline, but we found awesome rates. $120 dollars and we screamed, ok we didn't, but we were really excited. Fly my whole family out for 500 bucks!! Then there w

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Events To Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr

Most people remember Martin Luther King Jr as the man that lead the peaceful march of 250,000 people in  Washington, D.C., then delivered his address, "l Have a Dream".   At the age of thirty-five, Martin Luther King, Jr., was the youngest man to have received the Nobel Peace Prize. He turned the prize money for winning the award, over $50,000 over to his cause.

Today, we remember Martin Luther King Jr.  You are invited to take part in a breakfast, march and showing of a movie in Duluth to commemorate this symbolic leader.

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dafnecholet, Flickr
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Sick of Guessing What Weekday Will Be Christmas? New Calendar Has You Covered

If you’re tired of starting every year wondering what day of the week your birthday will fall on or the exact date of Labor Day, two professors at Johns Hopkins University have your back. They’ve proposed a new calendar that would eradicate any such mystery.

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Flickr User: Brood_wich
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Duluth’s Water Infrastructure To Be Highlighted In Documentary

We appreciate the beauty of Lake Superior.  We appreciate the revenue it generates from tourists and the shipping industry.  How can we continue to benefit from our resource while keeping it free from storm and waste water overflow?  The age of our water infrastructure has us wanting answers to questions we should have asked long ago.  Learn more this Sunday, as Duluth is one of the communities highlighted in a documentary on this important topic.

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President Obama Pardons Two National Turkeys In 2011

So, it hit me.  President Obama will  be pardoning a turkey tomorrow.  Why I remembered, I don't know.  It's an odd thing to do, but it's been going on since President Dwight Eisenhower was in office and he ate his bird!  That's NO pardon!!!  I suppose in the turkey world, it's considered to be an honor to be eaten by the President, but you only hold that honor for a day.  Cheryl Phillips  from examiner.com tells us the skinny.

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What’s The Difference Between A Yam And A Sweet Potato?

Question:

What is the difference between sweet potatoes and yams?

Always wondered that, of course I like sweet potatoes better because of the word SWEET, but either is just as yummy with salt, pepper and lots of yummy butter!  Read on for the scientific answer.

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9 Towns with Tasty Thanksgiving Names

Thanksgiving is upon us. For good pilgrims all across the country, it's a special day to gather together with beloved friends and beloved and/or kind of beloved family to celebrate with a bountiful cornucopia of gravy, green beans and Cool Whip. But fo

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Naked Man In Loincloth Surprises Hillary Clinton [VIDEO]

Proving that Hillary Clinton isn't always serious.  Here's a video that shows she can take the element of surprise with a grain of salt and a deep belly laugh.

Not so sure about Hong Kong's Chief Executive.

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Passing On Peanut Paste-Is Princess Kate Middleton Pregnant?

When I was pregnant with Kylee almost 18 years ago the main thing they told me to be careful of, was eating fish from the St. Louis Bay.  They were concerned with the mercury content I might be ingesting

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Jon Ovington, Flickr
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Baby Born in Philippines Declared World’s Seven Billionth Person

Danica May Camacho was born in Manila, Philippines just before midnight on Sunday, weighing five-and-a-half pounds.

But a much larger number will always be associated with the baby girl, as the UN has declared her the world’s seven billionth person.

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The History Of Halloween — Why Do We Do What We Do Today?

Why do grown men dress as women and women dress as naughty nurses today (not that I'm complaining)?  Why do we eat our weight in mini candy bars?  The history of Halloween dates back to ancient Celtic festivals, about 2,000 years ago.  As it arrived in America much later, Halloween wasn't something celebrated across the country.

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iPod Celebrates 10th Birthday This Sunday

Sure, I have one, my daughter's OLD one, because we've been upgrading her and I get her hand-me-downs.  On Sunday, we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the iPod, the day that Steve Jobs introduced it on stage.  It changed the world and since technology continues to move forward, they aren't seen as much.  Now we see the more popular iPhone and iPad.

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