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Cute (And Free) Out Of Office Message Generator For Emails While On Vacation

We're getting in the season of vacations. While many choose to take time off, others must "use it or lose it" and regardless of your reasons for taking time off, setting up your email account to send an out-of-office reply is pretty straightforward. Unfortunately it also means it's pretty boring...
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Lumps Of Coal Cookie Dough For Those On Santa's Naughty List

We a little over two months away from Christmas and for some it means quickly trying to get on Santa's nice list. But for those who can't escape the naughty list, there's a sweet treat in store for you. Nestle Toll House cookies have launched Lumps of Coal Cookies! The cookie dough is chocolate...
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Why You Should Help Your Child's Teacher This Year With Cash Donations

It is a shockingly sad situation that a Department of Education report found that public school teachers are spending around $479 of their own money every year on supplies for their students, with around 7% of teachers reported putting out $1,000 per year! But there are many ways you can help if...
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Team USA Olympic Uniforms Are High Tech!

More wins for Team USA at the 2018 Winter Olympics and it's hard to escape the uniforms. Besides looking great and not hiding much, they're full of technology to help them go as fast as possible and in a world where fractions of a second can mean the difference of winning and losing. Any loose or...
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New Jersey Bans Out-Of-Town Drivers

There isn't much that compares to traffic and for cities like Gainesville and Ocala that are on a major freeway to metropolitan areas you might be able to relate to the town of Leonia, New Jersey. Its northern border is the last stages of the New Jersey Turnpike before crossing into New York City...
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Free Fridays Concert Series: De Lions of Jah

The region’s longest-running and largest free outdoor concert series features local and regional musical talent at the newly renovated Bo Diddley Plaza. Running from May through October, our concerts under the stars showcase diverse musical acts sure to delight music lovers with classic rock,...
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Springs Celebration and Chili Cook Off

Alachua County Environmental Protection Department, Florida State Parks, and The Friends of O’Leno invite citizens to the O’Leno Ole’ Chili Cook-Off (from 9 a.m.to 3:00 p.m.) and Springs Celebration (from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.), on Saturday April 1st, at O’Leno State Park. Park admission is waived with...
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This Scientific Song Created To Make Babies Happy

Music can make you feel so many emotions and can soothe the most savage beast. But what about a cranky baby? A child development expert, a musical psychologist, two Grammy Award-winning song writers and a vocalist say they've come up with a baby-friendly pop hit. There were some parameters from the...
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Why Season 7 of Game Of Thrones Is Taking So Long

One of the most popular TV shows in history is Game of Thrones, which is coming to an end next year. But for fans the news that season 7 would be cut from ten episodes to seven would signal a quicker turnaround time. However production is actually going slower than the previous seasons and the...
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