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Favorite Holiday Recipes

I baked molasses cookies from an old tattered recipe card in my mom's handwriting over the weekend. My grandchildren were there to help me "sample" them and I thought about my own childhood and the wonderful smells that emanated from my mom's kitchen, especially around the holidays. ... Continue reading

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Meatless Monday recipe of the week: Butternut Squash, Spinach and Panettone Salad

Eating meatless doesn’t have to mean the same-old-same-old all the time. In fact, it offers the perfect excuse to make a seasonal delight. This weeks specific delight combines season specialties butternut squash and panettone bread for a tasty and filling salad. If you can’t find panettone, or ... Continue reading

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Festive Fun at the Noise for Toys Show

On Saturday when I stepped inside the Bottleneck my eyes couldn't help but light up. I was met with a sea of red and green balloons, dangling Christmas lights and holiday kitsch everywhere. Folks were wearing Santa hats and glow-sticks, and there were ugly Christmas sweaters as ... Continue reading

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Pregnancy Miracle In First Month

**[Pregnancy Miracle][1]** - **[Pregnancy Miracle Review][2]** What is the exit spots? Exit spots (also known as spotting) is a mild bleeding that can occur anytime during pregnancy, especially in the first trimester. About 20% of pregnant women experience spotting in the first trimester. This could be a ... Continue reading

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Countdown to ?

And the countdown until possible disaster begins! I signed up to perform at my school's library festival thing. Yes, it sounds lame, but it's actually cool. People can perform pretty much whatever they want in front of whatever class decides to go to out school library at ... Continue reading

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How do you hire a college president?

How do you hire a college president? Normally you would put someone in charge (a chancellor or a president of a system) who has years and years of experience and who actually has been a college faculty member and administrator herself. How does the BIE hire a ... Continue reading

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Tax Reform My Way – Soak The Super-Rich – They Are Already Soaking Us

Our tax system is a complicated morass of different approaches to raising revenue (and rewarding some). We tax income (but mostly salary – capital is taxed at a much lower rate). We tax consumption (sales or VAT taxes) but mostly on goods (not services) and with (in ... Continue reading

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West 24th Street Area

This area is the new Redbud Lane. The police had an insane amount of calls here all weekend long. The calls ranged from civil standby, to domestic, to noise complaint, to a witnessed armed burglary that led to subject being apprehended at gunpoint at the BP station ... Continue reading

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Recap: How an ‘awful’ performance still nets a 21-point win

Note: Here is a listing of definitions for some terms used in this blog. Also, feel free to ask questions in the comments section below if something doesn't make sense. OK, by now you've heard it. Or maybe you've seen it. Or maybe you're about to see ... Continue reading

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Coupons, Coupons, Coupons

On top of the Red Plum and Smart Source inserts you will find in today's paper most of the printable coupons at [Smart Source][1], [Red Plum][2] and [Coupons.com][3] were reset this past week. Here are some of the coupons you will find: There is a $1/1 Printable ... Continue reading

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Local merchants spread holiday cheer by providing exceptional service

I had an experience this week that I feel the need to share with you all. On Wednesday, my son and I went to the Lawrence Kohl’s. I needed to return slippers I had bought for my husband, and my son Thomas was looking for a winter ... Continue reading

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A Snowy, Boring, Yet Productive Day

I knew I had a pretty tedious day ahead of me. First of all, I was sore from working out today, at least partially because I was sore from working yesterday. Second of all, I have a lot of homework for one weekend. It doesn't seem like ... Continue reading

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KU taking on Colorado State in Sprint Center

**Jesse Newell:** Welcome back to the GameDay Cram Session, as KU is taking on Colorado State in Kansas City, Mo. Tom, what impressed you about the Jayhawks' last performance against Memphis? **Tom Keegan:** They didn't hit free throws, turned it over 22 times and still won big, ... Continue reading

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Toys, DVDs, Magazines, Games, Electronics and More…a Round Up of Deals

I've been busy on Facebook and over at [SuperJenn][1] this week.... LOTS of deals to be had! If you are still shopping here is a summary of previous deals I've posted that are still good as of Saturday morning...feel free to check them out! Deals and prices ... Continue reading

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Hooray for Americana Music Academy

What an incredible sight I ran into on Friday night. We are so lucky to have an institution like Americana Music Academy. On this clear, mild and beautiful night the good folks at Americana decided to do a little caroling. But first they played some holiday music ... Continue reading

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Fro-yo frenzy

We're always happy to see a new business start up and succeed in Lawrence, and even happier when we have the opportunity to help with that process. If you've been browsing [LJWorld.com][1] in the last few weeks, you've probably seen banner ads for the new [Orange Leaf ... Continue reading

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Week 12 (Season finale)

The following is Week 12 of The Gridiron, produced by the Kansas University athletic department. The Gridiron - Week 12 from Kansas Jayhawks on Vimeo. Continue reading

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weekend action

Let's see what happens this weekend. Last weekend was pretty rough around town. Stay informed and check us out at; WWW.LAWRENCEPOLICESCANNER.BLOGSPOT.COM see ya there! Continue reading

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Can Scientists be Republicans?

There is an interesting article in Slate about the political leanings of scientists. The article by Daniel Sarewitz quotes a Pew Research Center poll done in 2009. The poll suggests that only around 6% of scientists are Republican while 55% of scientists are Democrat and the rest ... Continue reading

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Cliff’s Notes: Bill Self press conference, 12/9/10

Here is the Cliff's Notes version of Kansas men's basketball coach Bill Self's comments at his press conference today. If you want to get live updates from each week's press conference, be sure to follow us on Twitter (@kusports). Full audio has been posted. • **Self says ... Continue reading

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