Is your ‘healthy’ lunch making you FAT? The salads from high street chains with more calories than a fry-up (and soups with dangerous levels of sugar and salt) revealed

cusineIs your ‘healthy’ lunch making you FAT? The salads from high street chains with more calories than a fry-up (and soups with dangerous levels of sugar and salt) revealed
Health-conscious Brits are increasingly looking for a lunchtime snack that won’t lead to them piling on the pounds or feeling guilty about their meal choice. Many of them may believe they are being angelic by opting for a soup or salad from a high street …
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4-H club donates to area senior citizens
The Yellowstone Valley Trailblazers and their families provided many items including hams, vegetables, soups, dinner rolls, pies, paper towels, puzzles and much more. The seniors citizens center and the Sunrise Manor were very grateful and excited when …
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4 facts about Amore Bakery and Cafe, open now in downtown Gretna
4. In the next four weeks, Amore will start making beignets and zeppoles. Next, the cafe will add breakfast and then, a little later, soups and sandwiches for lunch. But first, Spicuzza has to get a handle on the crowds who have found the new bakery.
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Latest High Diving News

sportFOX’s ‘Stars in Danger: The High Dive’ to film at Greensboro Aquatic Center
STARS IN DANGER: THE HIGH DIVE premieres on Wednesday, Jan. 9th at 8 p.m. The event’s finale will be filmed at the Greensboro Aquatic Center on Saturday, Dec. 15. Those interested in being a part of the studio audience at the GAC should visit: http://on …
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2 top leaders stepping down at USA Diving
Linda Paul, president and CEO, will retire in April after more than 16 years with USA Diving. High performance director Steve Foley is leaving after his contract expires at the end of this year and returning to his native Australia. “They have piloted …
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Giraffes take on high diving in ‘5m80’, a funny animated short film by Nicolas Deveaux.
Flixxy editors search the internet daily, to find the very best videos for you: SELECTION: From the 1 billion videos uploaded to YouTube daily, Flixxy editors selects only 3-5 videos to be added to the site daily. PG RATING: Flixxy videos and comments are …
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High Diving, a Crowd-Pleasing Sport, Pursues an Olympic Platform

sportHigh Diving, a Crowd-Pleasing Sport, Pursues an Olympic Platform
KAZAN, Russia — It makes no sense that the International Olympic Committee voted Beijing, a city devoid of snow, to be a Winter Games host but has resisted inviting high diving into the Summer Olympics. The men’s high diving event on Wednesday at the …
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High dive
SANDUSKY – Two world champion high divers performing at Cedar Point this summer jump from heights comparable to the tallest hill on the Blue Streak. Orlando Duque of Colombia performs a dive Monday from 80 feet in the air during the Extreme Splash 2005 …
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High Dive Fail Is A Reminder That Diving Should Be Banned (VIDEO)
We’re like 80 percent sure this isn’t how you’re supposed to do it. High diving can be as dangerous as it is terrifying. Just look at the clip above of this poor woman who appears to have second thoughts just as she reaches the edge of the diving platform.
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Mixed Martial Arts Makes Its Way to High School

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WINCHESTER, Mass. — At the high school in this small, pretty and proper-looking town near Boston, a student was being choked by another student — with the school’s permission. Just another meeting of the Winchester High mixed martial arts club, which …
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Deadliest Style of Martial Arts
So you want to know which is the deadliest style of martial arts. Do you want to choose from all the styles, the one that makes you an ultimate lethal weapon? Then sorry to disillusion you, there is no such unique style! Every style can be deadly depending …
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Martial arts are alive and kicking on TV
Daniel Wu plays martial arts master Sunny in AMC’s ‘Into the Badlands.’ (Photo: James Minchin III, AMC) Watch out, TV viewers. The small screen is filling up with martial-arts masters. Sunny (Daniel Wu), a lethal enforcer in the future, feudal society of …
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Pearl City High School Robotics Champions receive Honorary Certificate from

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On Wednesday, February 17, the Pearl City High School Robotics Team was presented an Honorary Certificate by Honolulu City Councilman Brandon Elefante in recognition for winning the 2015 Hawaii Electric Companies Hawaii State High School VEX …
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Royal Surrey County Hospital becomes ‘epicentre of robotics‘ with state-of-the
Surgeons from across the world will be heading to the Royal Surrey County Hospital in Guildford to study specialised techniques, after it was named the UK’s first epicentre for training in robotic surgery. The acknowledgement comes after the NHS trust …
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Robotics conference in Phoenix showcases future of medical, military technology
The conference, which gathered a group of robotics industry professionals, scientists and academics, runs through Friday at the Arizona Grand Resort & Spa in Phoenix. About 160 attendees listened to experts, explored exhibits and discussed the issues …
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Family-run High Plains Brewing opens in downtown Laurel

cusineFamily-run High Plains Brewing opens in downtown Laurel
LAUREL – Dave and Levi Bequette fully realized this town’s thirst for craft beer after their newest project, High Plains Brewery, was delayed. The father-son duo had hoped to open last summer, but federal permitting took longer than expected. Customers …
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Beer class is not in session
The growing number of craft breweries has prompted some colleges and universities to offer certificate programs on how to brew beer and on the business aspects of running a brewery. South College offers such a program in the Knoxville area; Adams is a …
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Silver Lake Brewing Project: ‘2016 is the year’
After more than three years from inception to near-fruition, Pilar McKay, Ryan Fitzsimmons and Tony Jones say the Silver Lake Brewing Project is about to open. “We’ve been at it for three years and people started to say ‘when is it happening? Are you …
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Photography program NYC SALT teaches high schoolers life lessons beyond the

trendPhotography program NYC SALT teaches high schoolers life lessons beyond the
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but it’s not often that the photographer is the subject you focus on first. In New York City, several high school students are getting the experience of a lifetime behind the lens at an after-school program …
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The Debate Over Watermarks in Photography | Fstoppers
Controlling your image is a valid quest for any photographer, as we all want to protect our brand. Seeing one’s work altered without permission can be frustrating, as can discovering your work on blogs that are void of any credit. The first response …
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Paul Natkin Relives His Life in Rock Photography, From Abba to ZZ Top | Gapers
Paul Natkin sat on a stool Saturday and told us about his life for an hour. His life as a rock and roll photographer, shooting concerts and backstage portraits and touring with some of the iconic rockers of the 20th century. Then he said, “Yesterday I …
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Rihanna Hits High Note, Helps Draw Diverse Crowd to ‘Home’

trendRihanna Hits High Note, Helps Draw Diverse Crowd to ‘Home’
The pop star and Jennifer Lopez lend their voices to characters and songs, lifting family film to No. 1 at box office. The combination of superstar singers Rihanna and Jennifer Lopez in “Home” proved a big draw for the kiddie crowd. The DreamWorks …
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Disney Has A Live-Action Mulan Remake In The Works! Get The Details HERE!
[ Related: Tim Burton To Direct Disney’s Live-Action Dumbo Remake! ] If you’re wondering why Disney keeps going back to the classics, it’s probably because recent remakes like Cinderella, Maleficent, and Alice in Wonderland were all HUGE box office hits!
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Broadway Plotzes As Snow, Ice, Sleet Slow Box Office To A Crawl
The iceman cometh in spades last week, making it a field day for walk-ins (or sleigh-ins) even at some of Broadway’s biggest hits, as reflected in the week’s box office report. Only five of 25 shows on offer went SRO, and except for the Street-leading …
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Greensborough’s Liam Atkins finishes fourth at World High Diving Federation

sportGreensborough’s Liam Atkins finishes fourth at World High Diving Federation
He recently represented Australia at the World High Diving Federation International Cliff Diving Championships in Switzerland. Atkins placed fourth, completing four dives from 20m. His interest in diving started when he was 16, watching YouTube clips …
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Mariska Hargitay Plunges Into the Ocean Off a High Dive, Lets Loose on Family
No Law and Order here! Actress Mariska Hargitay ditched her signature pantsuits and slipped into a striped tankini on her family vacation to Hawaii over the weekend. The Law and Order: SVU star, 50, was photographed leaping off a high diving board and …
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Delta’s Seibold-Caudill couldn’t stay away
Jay Ettl spent five years as Ball State’s diving coach, working with Seibold-Caudill and men’s coach Bob Thomas, and spent 13 years at Yorktown High School. After retiring, he spent the past 5 years as an assistant at Southside, and through the Muncie …
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