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Food for Thought

Food is Often The Perfect Expression of Love and Support  by Bobbie Ames | Food & Entertainment Editor It is extremely hard to know what to do for someone who is going through difficult times.  You can express your love and support

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Equal Parts Food and Fun

Capers brings the food, the drinks, the party atmosphere and the culinary expertise to the table – you bring your friends! by Melissa Chaiken | Section Editor Bobbie Ames knows food.  Bobbie Ames loves food.  Bobbie Ames wants you to

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Book Review: Missoula

The Hard to Hear Story You Need to Hear By Melissa Chaiken | Staff Writer Bestselling author Jon Krakauer, gives a stark, powerful, meticulously reported narrative about a series of sexual assaults at the University of Montana — stories that

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Versatility of the Plain White Tee

  by Amy Levenson Krumholz | Contributor Who knew…the plain white tee can take you from date night to a luncheon, to the office and even to a cocktail party! Think of it as your blank canvas. You can take

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The Much-Needed Meltdown

  by Kristin Ciciarelli | Contributor Have you ever had a total meltdown? You know, one of those really embarrassing, drama-filled episodes where you announce to yourself and the world, seemingly out of nowhere, that in no uncertain terms, you

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Learning Curve Ahead

Helping Your College-Bound Teen Maintain Good Mental Health By Diana Weaver | Contributor Sending your teen off to college is an exciting and nerve-wracking time for parents. We equip our young people with new laptops, supplies for a comfortable dorm

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Teen Relationships: Healthy or Not?

  by Dr. Susan Sugerman | Contributor Angela is SO lucky!” her girlfriends exclaim. The quiet, shy sophomore has scored the boyfriend of the century. C.J. is a senior and the “hottest” guy in school.  As her friends banter about

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The Teen Years: The Time of Our Lives

By Madison Cook | Staff Writer Oh… the good ole’ teenage years. Six of the most stressful and emotional, yet incredibly AWESOME years of our lives when we are finally discovering who we really are – our interests, passions, true

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Healthy Boundaries

Does NO Mean GO?  Learn how to establish boundaries kids can live with by Dr. Sandy Gluckman | Contributor “Boundaries” – a word that is like a red rag to a bull for parents as well as kids.  By definition,

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