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The Christmas Pudding English Traditional Into the basin put the plums, Stir-about, stir-about, stir-about! Next the good white flour comes, Stir-about, stir-about, stir about! Sugar and peel and eggs and spice, Stir-about, stir-about, stir-...
1. An icy festival IceFest features ice sculpture carving, exhibits, ice slide, food and more. Official opening on the square in Chambersburg, Pa., Thursday, Jan. 26. Free hot chocolate on the square. 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday. Event continues through Sunday,...
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The Top Five Drink to their health A wine and cheese tasting with lively auctions. Proceeds will benefit Community Free Clinic. Auction items include a Las Vegas timeshare. Wine will be sold throughout the afternoon, cash bar, 50/50 raffle and door...
Tags: Dance, Railway Transportation, Bars and Clubs, Music, Movies
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt's an idyllic setting for an artist's working studio — a century-old building overlooking the Hudson River. Here, on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, large windows provide the perfect natural light while the streetscape below offers a treasure...
Science Saturday Pat Beard and Mary Litch will present “Come Fly with Me.” For third through fifth grade. 11 a.m. today. Discovery Station, 101 W. Washington St., downtown Hagerstown. Program is free with admission cost of $5 to $7. Call 301-...
Tags: Railway Transportation, Music, Movies, Music, Entertainment
Throughout the country, most children have recently started a new academic year. Teachers are sending out their lists of required readings, and parents are beginning to gather books. The American Library Association uses this time of year for an...
email@example.comEditor's Note: Alsatia Club representatives and Hagerstown officials are scheduled to meet Saturday morning to decide whether the Mummers Parade will be held in the evening despite a forecasted snowstorm. Although the weather has a will of its own and...
NEW YORK — When the news broke in 1987 that Liberace, the famously flamboyant pianist, was dead at age 67 with what his manager had claimed was anemia brought on by a watermelon diet but was, in fact, AIDS, it made front-page headlines around the...
After the coffee. Before eating something other than Sal & Carmine's pizza. The Skinny: My diet has taken a turn for the worse since getting to New York. I'll need an extra long run in Central Park this weekend burn off the grease. Friday's headlines...
More than a century ago, the rumbling, sputtering automobile put the horse and buggy out of business. Now, Jason Wenig wants to help history repeat itself. The owner of a Dania Beach car restoration company, Wenig is on a unique mission: harness today's...
The wounded warriors and their families led Saturday morning's Operation Giveback 5K, buoyed by a cheering crowd of spectators and fellow runners. Chris Gordon of Clermont, one of the wounded warriors, was grateful that the event for veterans and...
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Special to the Hartford CourantNEW YORK CITY — Storybook-themed outings, particularly for young kids, abound in New York. Fans of "Eloise at the Plaza'' by Kay Thompson can book the Plaza Hotel's Eloise Suite, featuring a sparkly padded pink headboard and Eloise's name in neon...
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