Popular Greek Food Festival back again in Boise

Popular Greek Food Festival back again in Boise
BOISE — Boise’s beloved Greek Food Festival is back this Friday and Saturday for the 36th year in a row. Hungry participants stretched down the block around lunchtime Friday, waiting to file into the area where fresh gyros, souvlaki and traditional Greek …
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29 Traditional Greek Foods You Must Eat in Greece
Call me crazy, but prior to traveling to Greece I had no idea how delicious the food would be. But, by the third trip to the Mediterranean country there was a deep love fest forming for the tasty traditional Greek food. My days (and nights) were filled …
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Culture & Food in the Greek Island of Crete
We walked around and tried much of the other food around town and they were all really good though our hotel breakfasts were fresh and authentic and we remember them most fondly. We especially remember the feta. It’s a lot less salty than the stuff you …
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Here I go again: Why ‘Mamma Mia!’ and other jukebox musicals keep coming back to KC

Here I go again: Why ‘Mamma Mia!’ and other jukebox musicals keep coming back to KC
This weekend, the music of ABBA will fill Starlight Theatre in the touring production of Broadway’s “Mamma Mia!” Next week, it’s hits by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons in “Jersey Boys.” And the week after? Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and …
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The 21 Best Movie Musicals Of The 21st Century
Amazon / New Line Cinema / Amplify / Miramax / 20th Century Fox / ScreenCrush Edit The pictures that are here run the gamut from naturalism to exaggeration, and from mainstream hits to arty experiments. What they have in common is that their songs are at …
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A-List: Five Best Musicals of All Time
We are essentially days away from restarting (yes, already) awards season. The Telluride and Toronto’s film festivals have started or are around the corner. Few things are more fraught with folly than trying to predict the Oscars – except, perhaps …
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No women allowed: Summer music festivals are dudefests, again

MusicNo women allowed: Summer music festivals are dudefests, again
Texas had just shaken off the last bits of a chilly spring. The elegant Austin City Limits Live’s Moody Theatre was packed in anticipation of a concert by the hot French band Phoenix. Producer Terry Lickona took the stage to give the customary warnings …
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Will travel for music? Nine cool Indian music festivals to attend
Music festivals are magical, combine them with an exciting travel experience and you have the best holiday package. With the Indie music scene growing rapidly in India, music festivals are getting bigger and better. From lit up stages, campsites in the lap …
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Six Music Festivals in July You Need to Attend
Summer is the time to get out and enjoy all the music festivals Virginia has to offer. In July, the great music festivals are not slowing down. Lovers of everything from bluegrass to blues to classical will find something to do this month. Wintergreen …
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Flexibility Enables Surprise Viking Exploration, Again

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On the way to North America, Viking Star is currently sailing an interesting itinerary titled In The Wake Of Vikings. It’s a 15 day sailing that visits 6 countries and includes 10 guided tours. When that journey ends in Montreal, it’s on to a one …
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Exploration Team Shoots for the Moon with Water-Propelled Satellite
Cislunar Explorers spacecraft separating from each other after each deployment. Image courtesy Cornell University. A satellite propelled by the Earth’s most abundant natural resource? Yes, it’s true. Cislunar Explorers, a team of Cornell University …
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Dragon Quest VII: FotFP – Overworld and Exploration Tips
As with life and many other video games, reading the map is an essential skill. Thankfully, just like the rest of the game, the map is fairly easy to understand. Nevertheless, here’s what you need to know about each map… The overworld map in Dragon Quest …
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After Ebola, Surf’s Up Again In Liberia

sportAfter Ebola, Surf’s Up Again In Liberia
“Wait for the next one!” a teenager yells, perched on a shaded rock with a group of his friends. “That’s it, that’s it!” cries another, gesturing toward a swelling wave that’s gathering speed as it heads toward a surfer about 25 yards offshore. When he …
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News Sierra Leone is the Newest Member of the International Surfing Association
Sierra Leone is still emerging from years of brutal civil war. Although it ended early in the 2000s, the war left long-lasting scars on a country already damaged. It is not a place one thinks of when they’re planning a surf trip. Sierra Leone, though …
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Surf How to Keep Your Surfing Fun: Variety is the Spice of Life!
For most of us, surfing is supposed to be a fun, recreational past time. In saying that, we are all aware that this recreational pastime is more of an obsession, but for most of us, surfing doesn’t pay the bills. For those of us who have to work other …
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A pro hockey town again?

sportA pro hockey town again?
At the time, four decades ago, official capacity at the San Diego Sports Arena was set at 13,363. That particular Saturday night, more than 14,000 tickets were sold to a hockey game, an impressive fact that the San Diego Gulls proudly shared on the …
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Ice Hockey Notebook: Parsippany Regional playing with renewed confidence
What a difference a year makes for the Parsippany Regional hockey team. After failing to win a divisional game last year in the Haas Division of the MCSSIHL, Parsippany Regional got a fresh start this season in the Charette Division under first-year …
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Pond hockey players disappointed after Packers’ loss
Both are in the tent at the pond hockey venue at Sunny Vale Park in Wausau, which coincided with the opening weekend of the Badger State Winter Games. Brown, one of the organizers of the event, and Irish, the deejay at the event, stayed after the pond …
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