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Hanna is the entertainment and lifestyle editor for CDN. Fan of great movies, legendary music, outdoor activities and cool stuff in general, her opinions, as expressed in her articles, are her own and not necessarily shared by anyone .. anywhere .. ever. Follow Hanna on Twitter: @Hanna_CDN

Injured Veterans Learn Tips for Preparing Quick and Healthy Meals

Injured veterans and their guests learned how to create delicious marinades for prepping quick weekday meals during a cooking class with the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) at the Way Cool Cooking School. “Learning to eat healthily is changing my mental and physical health,” said Navy veteran Christine Hoaglund. “I never knew how much of what we consume impacts our health. I signed ...

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100 Best Restaurants for Wine Lovers in America

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Harvest season is here! In celebration of crush season, a magical and exhilarating time for winemakers, as ripened grapes journey from vine to barrel, OpenTable, the world’s leading provider of online restaurant reservations and part of Booking Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: BKNG), today released its 100 Best Restaurants for Wine Lovers in America. Featuring restaurants across 26 states, from sizzling steakhouses to Italian cucinas, French brasseries ...

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Surprise: Even College Students believe the booming economy is thanks to Trump [video]

Campus Reform’s Cabot Phillips asked young college students which president they believed deserved credit for the red-hot American economy just days after former President Barack Obama made a speech saying that it was all his doing. “When you hear how great the economy’s doing right now, let’s just remember when this recovery started,” Obama said in the speech. While working-class ...

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US Adults: Too Many Unknowns About Old Age to Make it Worth Living to 100

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A University of Phoenix survey announced today that 59 percent of U.S. adults say there are too many unknowns about old age to make it worth living to 100 years old. September is Healthy Aging Month, a time dedicated to recognizing the positive aspects of growing older and making the most of golden years, and the University of Phoenix is seeking to understand how ...

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Happy National Guacamole Day!

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Holy Guacamole! Customers can now order an 8-oz. side of guacamole, or a large guac and chips; Chipotle releases new guac-themed stickers, filters on Instagram and Snapchat this weekend in honor of National Guacamole Day Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE: CMG) is now offering customers the option to purchase a large-sized guacamole side, just in time for National Guacamole Day on September 16. ...

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Watch: Lucas as a one-man … er one-spider band

The cutest spider on the internet has pulled together all of his musical talents, minus his awesome singing, in his quest to become the world’s most musical spider. Although, I’m pretty sure he’s the only musical spider in the world. I actually watched this several times just to watch each square – check out Lucas the fiddler at 00:12.

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These Military Discounts will help help military families save money

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Hey, military families – we know you face the stresses of deployments, separation, frequent moves and sometimes tight budgets so the ‘CDN Shops’ team found a helpful guide full of Military Discounts and special offers that will help you save some money. The guide is constantly maintained by DontPayFull.com which features discounts, strategies to get free stuff and other money saving tips ...

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CBP Advises Travelers to Know Before You Go During Labor Day Holiday

DETROIT – U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations reminds travelers planning trips across the Detroit, Port Huron and Sault Ste. Marie border crossings to anticipate heavy car traffic during the Labor Day weekend. Land border travelers may use a variety of documents to include a Passport, Passport card, Trusted Traveler card (Global Entry, NEXUS, SENTRI, and FAST), an ...

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Fox News dominates cable ratings for 32nd straight week

Fox News Channel continues its domination of cable rankings in both total day and prime time for the week of August 13th thru August 19th, racking up 32 straight weeks as cable’s number one network, according to a report from Nielsen Media Research. The weekly distributed Basic Cable Ranker from Nielsen showed FNC topping MSNBC (#3) and CNN (#6) by ...

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Team Rubicon Partners With Carhartt to Welcome Home Houston Family Displaced by Hurricane Harvey

Team Rubicon, a veteran-led global disaster response organization, partnered with Carhartt on Monday to welcome the Postel family back to their Houston home, which was severely damaged during Hurricane Harvey in 2017. The Postel family is the tenth of 100 families Team Rubicon is slated to welcome home as part of its larger hurricane recovery effort. The family – David, Jessica, David Jr., ...

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Quick Break Video: You Suck at Cooking can even make a tomato sandwich fun

Take a few minutes out of your busy day to learn how to make an authentic toasted tomato sandwich as Youtuber “You Suck at Cooking” takes you on a country journey, “where tomatoes come from,”  to find the best ingredients. It’s one part pickup truck commercial, two parts, er, tomato sandwich, and 100% fun. Only YSAC can make such a ...

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Box Office: Fallout tops, Robin Pops in this weeks rankings

Movie Theaters

Mission Impossible: Fallout and Disney’s Christopher Robin topped the U.S. box office this week while a Chinese film took second globally. “Box office mission accomplished as Paramount’s ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ takes the global lead for the second straight week adding $111.0 million to bring its worldwide cume to $329.5 million,” said comScore Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedia. “Notably, China’s ‘Hello Mr. Billionaire’ continues to rake in the millions ...

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WATCH: Dana Perino’s outburst sets up one of the funniest moments on “The Five”

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Dana Perino, co-host of the Fox News show “The Five,” set off a hilarious discussion about the coarsening of America after she reacted to a clip that was played during the Tuesday show. Tune into #TheFive at 5pm ET for Greg’s must see monologue on Potty Mouth Perino. pic.twitter.com/jHn0AM33Yh — The Five (@TheFive) August 1, 2018 Perino issued an expletive, ...

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Lyme Disease Prevalence Increasing in U.S.

Lyme Disease

 Number of positive tests for Lyme disease increased significantly between 2016 and 2017 Historically concentrated in Pennsylvania and New England states, Lyme disease has been detected in each of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia Outside of the northeastern U.S., California and Florida – states not historically associated with significant rates of Lyme disease – saw the ...

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Mission Impossible wows in theaters amidst a sea of sequels

Movie Theaters

Mission Impossible: Fallout topped movie theater ticket sales this week continuing a trend where sequels hold the top spots at the box office. “Tom Cruise in ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ shows that the world accepted its mission to make the sixth installment of the beloved action franchise a massive hit taking in $153.5 million in 37 global territories including North America where it also ...

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