Close to the Edge Review

By Rachel Brown In accordance with their recent Nashville appearance on July 28th, this month’s review is dedicated quite appropriately to Yes. Although the band’s fervent following is more underground than most (as with most progressive rock groups), they did manage to break into the mainstream with tunes like “Owner[…]

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Do-It-Yourself Care Package

Courtesy of Hannah Horvath Do you know someone heading off to college this month? Send them off with a College Care Package and make sure to add your own personal touch! Package Ideas Water Bottle Ramen Advil/Tylenol Towels Plastic Bins Febreze Midnight Snacks Bandaids 5 Hour Energy

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Miette’s Green and Yellow Tomato Salsa

By Miette Bretschneider Ingredients 1 lb green zebra and yellow tomatoes (4-5 cups) 1 garlic clove 2-4 tablespoons cilantro/parsley 1-2 tablespoons white wine vinegar 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon lime or lemon juice 2 chili peppers 1 chopped onion 1 can corn, drained Salt and pepper to taste Directions[…]

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A Fond Farewell

By Hannah Horvath It has truly been a pleasure working with all of you this past year. I will be moving on to teaching music lessons full time at my home studio and at a studio located in Cool Springs. I will also continue to work with my husband in[…]

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LifeTransformation360 Showcase

Life Transformation 360 is a cellular health and weight loss program that works. Our program is designed to get you healthy at a cellular level and to educate you in the area of health, nutrition, fitness, motivation, and education. We provide individual coaching and motivate you every step of the way.[…]

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Led Zeppelin II Review

By Rachel Brown The transition from the late 1960’s to the early 70’s was not a subtle one, at least not for rock n’ roll. The era of The Beatles was over, and the world was anxious to embrace the raw power of another musical phenomenon. But just exactly who would[…]

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Do-It-Yourself Centerpiece

Courtesy of Hannah Horvath This brick flag centerpiece transforms a modest but sturdy building material into a fun and quirky bit of Americana. With its rough brick edges against pretty flower petals, it is a surprise on a serving table. And this DIY centerpiece is simple enough to put together[…]

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Baked Penne with Fontina Cheese and Squash

Courtesy of Miette Bretschneider Ingredients 5 cups penne pasta 1 ¼ sticks butter 1 small onion, finely chopped 1 garlic clove 1 zucchini, cut in fine julienne strips 1 medium squash, peeled and cut in fine strips Salt and pepper 8 oz. Fontina cheese, grated 1 cup grated Parmesan For[…]

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Roll the Bones Review

By Rachel Brown Progressive rock has always been an acquired taste. Most of the tunes in this sub-genre could more appropriately be dubbed instrumental grooves than songs, peppered with a more classical vibe than the standard blues formula allows. However, while most progressive bands have seen only a slight amount[…]

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Do-It-Yourself: Father’s Day Edition

Courtesy of Hannah Horvath Father’s Day is quickly approaching (June 15th) so make sure you have your gift ready to go. This gift idea is one from the heart, and all family members can be a part! Use your imagination on this one and have fun! Materials Large wooden letters Photos[…]

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