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  • Kate Streit

Suzanne Stricker is an 80-year-old grandmother living in Dallas, Texas. Retired from her previous work at a non-profit, the New Zealand native began taking advantage of free courses for seniors at the University of Texas-Dallas back in 2006. Earlier this year, she realized she had racked up enough credits to

  • Kaitlin Gates
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If you’re staying home this Memorial Day weekend, Michaels is having a free event that is sure to keep your kids entertained over the long weekend. On Saturday, May 26 from 1-3 p.m., just head to your local Michaels store for a free MakeBreak Celebration Glitter Slime Event. You do not

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Stephanie Muldberg felt like she would be sad forever. She felt isolated and preferred to sit alone at home, overcome with waves of emotion — anger, guilt and bitterness. Muldberg’s 13-year-old son, Eric, died of cancer in their home in New Jersey in 2004. For years after his death, Eric

  • Augusta Statz
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There’s nothing not to love about a giant dog — especially one that’s on your TV and not chewing through the shoes in your closet. Well, get ready to fall in love all over again with TV’s favorite animated oversized bloodhound when “Clifford the Big Red Dog” returns to the

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It was previously announced by Kensington Palace that Meghan Markle’s father, Thomas Markle, would walk her down the aisle on her wedding day. But after her father was met with some health complications, the bride-to-be released a statement confirming that her father would no longer be able to attend her

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When you ask moms to name the best day of their lives, many will point to the day(s) their children were born. But while becoming a mother is obviously a monumental moment, any woman who has given birth knows that the experience is not all sunshine and rainbows. On May

  • Augusta Statz
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It’s been proven that plants are affected by sound and that talking to your plants can impact their growth, but does what you say matter? Ikea put this to the test to show how “bullying” and talking negatively to a plant can affect its health. As part of an initiative to

  • Kaitlin Gates
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Keeping kids entertained and learning can be a challenge in the summer months. The last thing you’d want to do if you had summers off is work, so of course kids don’t want to study. It’s important to keep their minds sharp, though, to avoid that “summer slump” that can