Latest Mediterranean Diet News

What’s Up With the Mediterranean Diet?
Most of us have heard about the Mediterranean diet, which has generated interest from both the media and the medical community as the gold standard in healthy eating. But what’s all the fuss about — is this diet really worth all the attention?
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Benefits of a Mediterranean diet
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) – Studied for years for its ability to improve overall physical health, a recent study found that the Mediterranean diet can help prevent brain decline in elderly people. “The Mediterranean diet really focuses on getting back …
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A Mediterranean Diet
Global production in the season through September will be the least in 15 years, the Madrid-based International Olive Council estimates. Decades of research have shown the importance of proper nutrition in preventing and treating the ill effects of …
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Latest NHL Hockey News

A Message from Glen Sather and Jeff Gorton About Our Team
As a member of the Blueshirt Faithful, we consider you a part of the New York Rangers family, and always want to ensure we share important news about the organization directly with you. Today, we want to talk to you about the future. As you know, since the …
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Wheeler’s trial at centre a lesson for young players
WINNIPEG – When the Winnipeg Jets lost top-line centre Mark Scheifele to a long-term injury late in the calendar year, many were left asking: What now? The answer – in the short term, at least – was right there in front of them, and proved to be a good …
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Vlasic Named Sharks Foundation “Player of the Month” for January
SAN JOSE – The San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) announced today that Defenseman Marc-Edouard Vlasic (@Vlasic44) has been selected as the Sharks Foundation (@SharksCare) “Sharks Player of the Month” for January. Vlasic finished the month of January with 11 …
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Latest Figure Skating News

Think Olympic figure skating judges are biased? They might be.
A spokesperson for the governing body for U.S. figure skaters, U.S. Figure Skating, told NBC News that the organization’s president, Sam Auxier, had recused himself from judging in PyeongChang. “ISU rules allow federation leadership to judge events …
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Winter Olympics: Gannon the voice for figure skating
This 1983 photo shows North Carolina State’s Terry Gannon, a 1981 Joliet Catholic graduate, helping cut down the nets following the Wolfpack’s ACC Tournament Championship game in Atlanta, Ga. He was a key member of the national champion Wolfpack that …
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Olympics: Hanyu to participate in figure skating individual event
Japan’s Yuzuru Hanyu will participate in the men’s figure skating individual event beginning Feb. 16 at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, primary coach Brian Orser confirmed Monday. The confirmation came after it was revealed that the defending world and …
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Latest Blues and Jazz News

Devon Allman, Duane Betts, Peter Levin Join Gov’t Mule For “Statesboro Blues” [Video/Audio]
This past Saturday, January 27th, following the completion of their annual Island Exodus destination event in Jamaica, Gov’t Mule headed to Boca Raton, FL for a performance at Florida Jazz and Blues Jam, where they shared the bill with The Devon …
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Merewether Fats Blues Jam
The Merewether Fats’ Blues Jam has been running on the first Thursday of each month for over 10 years. The night is a celebration of Blues, roots and folk musical styles. Founded by Mark ‘Merewether Fats’ Salter the blues jam has become a hub for the …
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The 50 Best Jazz Trumpeters Of All Time
While it’s clear that both the trumpet and saxophone have been integral to jazz music’s development, the former instrument has arguably been the more important of the two. That’s because in jazz, all roads lead back to one man – Louis Armstrong.
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Latest Chefs News

When Chefs Helping Chefs Looks Nothing Like ‘Hell’s Kitchen’
When you think of chefs critiquing other chefs’ work, you might picture the Fox TV show “Hell’s Kitchen,” where master chef Gordon Ramsey dishes out withering criticism to those who don’t meet his high standards. As Gunst wrote in a recent issue of …
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LA Chefs Take the Party Outside
Summer in L.A. means nonstop outdoor food events, so who better than hang out with than king-of-the-streets chef Roy Choi? “For me, this party is all love,” the always community-minded Choi said. “Free beer, free food.” Choi talked about the …
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College Chefs moving near campus
CHAMPAIGN — A local business that provides chefs for fraternities and sororities will soon move to a new headquarters in Champaign. College Chefs, which furnishes food service on two dozen college campuses including the University of Illinois, plans to …
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Latest Theatre News

Fort Wayne Civic Theatre 90th Anniversary
Phillip Colglazier’s involvement with the Fort Wayne Civic Theatre started when he was in the show South Pacific at age 15. Through his participation with the theatre, Colglazier got the acting bug. He pursued a career as an actor until he returned to …
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Meet the Tower Theatre’s new operators
Tower Theatre’s doors are closed again but not sealed shut. Three new operators stepped forward Friday and announced fresh plans for the Oklahoma City venue, which stands tall and shines brightly in the highly trafficked Uptown 23rd district. Stephen Tyler …
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New award for kids’ theatre
A mix of classics from both the Eastern and Western literary canon, and original plays infused with local flavour are in the running for the new Best Production for the Young award at the Life Theatre awards this year. They include a puppetry- based …
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Latest Mediterranean Diet News

Zone In: The Right Way to Do the Mediterranean Diet
Best-selling author and nutritional researcher Barry Sears, Ph.D., reveals how you can turn your health destiny around in this exclusive adaptation of his new book, ‘The Mediterranean Zone.’ SAM KAPLAN
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Mediterranean diet may help women receiving IVF to have successful pregnancies
New research has found that women who follow a “Mediterranean” diet in the six months before assisted reproductive treatment have a significantly better chance of becoming pregnant and giving birth to a live baby than women who did not. Researchers …
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Mediterranean diet linked to IVF success, study finds
A Mediterranean diet could help women receiving IVF to achieve successful pregnancies, a study has suggested. Researchers asked women about their eating habits before they underwent the treatment and found those who ate more fresh vegetables, fruit, whole …
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Latest Pianists News

4 pianists, no rules for music school’s faculty concert Saturday
That’s the theme of the latest Neighborhood Music School concert in the Faculty Music Series, at 7 p.m. Saturday. Fitting the no-rules format, there is “no charge” to attend the concert at 100 Audubon St.
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NEPA Music Teahers’ Association seeks student pianists for contest
The Northeast Pennsylvania Music Teachers’ Association announced the Anne Liva Youth Piano Competition for junior high school through college level pianists will be held June 8. A winners’ recital, featuring top performers from the competition, will be …
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Young pianists earn awards
DeKALB – DeKalb piano teacher Eva Woo entered 50 of her piano students in the Geneva Swedish Days Granquist Music Competition, which took place June 26. Twenty-six students won trophies, and the others won ribbons. Some of the winners’ competition pieces …
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Latest Food Trucks News

How One Korean Taco Truck Launched an 0 Million Industry
It’s 10 p.m. on a chilly Saturday in Los Angeles. Some 30 people, braving 48°F weather—hat-and-scarf cold for L.A.—line up along the sidewalk in front of a converted step van parked on the street. The windows slide open, and the phenomenon that is …
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Close down bathrooms, not food trucks
An attempt by brick-and-mortar restaurants to stifle competition from mobile food trucks stalled at the Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday, though only thanks to the council’s fecklessness. As I’ve written before, this naked power grab should be …
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Top Grossing Food Trucks
While the hunger for lucre isn’t necessarily what drives food entrepreneurs into the food truck sector, the monetary rewards can nonetheless be impressive. The Intuit Financial Network projects that by 2017, food trucks are expected to be a $ 2.7 billion …
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Latest Antiquing News

Oprah Goes for the Old
Oprah and decorator Ellie Cullman shopped for weather vanes, paintings, ceramics (and ice cream cones) at an antiques fair in Connecticut. Find out how to get the best deal if you’re in the market for a little folk art. It’s 7:45 a.m. on a steamy Saturday …
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Antiquing in Tiverton and the East Bay
The Tiverton Four Corners Arts and Antiques show will be held on Saturday, July 4 on the grounds of the Four Corners Arts Center at 3852 Main St. from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is $ 7. Early buyers are welcome from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. Early buyer admission is …
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Going antiquing? Try these five shops
When I first moved to Lafayette, I wondered how I was ever going to furnish our new home. Back then, old was in and many homes were filled with antiques or family pieces that had been handed down for generations. Coming from an older part of New Orleans, I …
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