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Stop the Stigma Health Fair

Stop the Stigma is an annual health fair aimed at raising mental health awareness and at reducing the stigma attached to mental illness. This event takes place outdoors in a fun, festival-like atmosphere with free food, games, music, and activities.
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Parenting Tips Form A FBI Negotiator

Parenting is a lifelong series of negotiations. From picking up their toys to finishing their homework, the art of negotiating is essential for harmony. In fact a recent survey found that 62% of parents say they actually negotiate with their kids to get them to eat! So if you're going to negotiate...
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The Emoji Movie Wins Worst Movie Of The Year

While The Shape of Water was the big winner at the 90th annual Academy Awards, The Emoji Movie was also the big winner but probably not an awards it wanted to win! Preceding last night's (3.4.18) Oscars, The Golden Raspberry Awards (The Razzies) were handed out Saturday night in Los Angeles to...
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Police Mimic A Simpsons Cartoon Gag To Catch Criminals

The Simpson TV Show is the longest running TV show in history and recently there have been people linking current events to episodes of The Simpsons that aired two decades ago. From The Walt Disney Company buying Twentieth century Fox to Super Bowl matchups, Super Bowl halftime shows, and a Trump...
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Back To The Future Fan Caught Speeding At 88mph

It took the 80s movie franchise, back To The Future, to turn a relatively obscure car into a cultural icon. The DeLorean DMC-12 was only make between 1981 and 1983 but there are still a few of them around. One of them is owned by Spencer White of Santa Clarita, California, who recently purchased...
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Jazz On The Green

Here is the perfect excuse to skip weekend chores, get outside and relax with live music, friends and fun! Jazz On The Green has gotten so poplar and big that it has expanded into tow day in two cities! Friday, May 5th in Gainesville and Saturday, May 6th in Ocala! Join 98.5 KTK for two big days of...
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Starbucks Being Sued Over The Unicorn Frappuccino

Oh, we’re not done with the Unicorn Frappaccino! A Brooklyn coffee shop, The End, says that Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino was a rip-off of their Unicorn Latte. The lawsuit points out the similarities between the two drinks, including that they are both pink and blue and that they both don't contain...
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U.S. Students Seek Free Tuition At Schools In Europe

It's an anxious time for high school seniors as graduation is just around the corner and checking the mailbox fills your stomach with butterflies as you search for the letter from college admissions. But as many see college as the foundation for a successful career, the average debt of $30,000 for...
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Band's Fan Edits Wikipedia Page To Get Backstage

When you are seeing your favorite singer or band at a concert, there's always that desire to get backstage to meet your hero. One Friday night, Adam Boyd was at concert to see one of his favorite bands, The Sherlocks. But arriving late to the show, he quickly realized his seats were not prime. In...
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Tommy the Musical

The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre is pleased to announce its production of The Who's Tommy, Music and Lyrics by Pete Townshend, Book by Pete Townshend and Des McAnuff, Additional Music and Lyrics by John Entwhistle and Keith Moon with Kardana Productions; Original Projections Created by Wendall K...
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