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12 Products to Help You Stay Cool in the Heat
05 Sep
2:08

12 Products to Help You Stay Cool in the Heat

As much as we love overheating at night and sweating through all layers of clothing, we’re ready for something to change. And since we likely still have several months of summer left, we tapped the experts at Wirecutter to find the best tools to keep you cool. While you may […]

The Chew: Dos and Don’ts of Introducing Your Pets to Each Other — Part 2
04 Sep
1:58

The Chew: Dos and Don’ts of Introducing Your Pets to Each Other — Part 2

The following bi-weekly column is written and sponsored by Bark + Boarding, which provides a heart-centered and safe environment for your pets. Conveniently located at 5818-C Seminary Road in Bailey’s Crossroads, Bark & Boarding offers doggy daycare, boarding, grooming, walking and training services, plus in-home pet care. by Chelsea Pennington, Bark + Boarding Writer and Animal Enthusiast For […]

08/31 5p – The Hits
03 Sep
1:55

08/31 5p – The Hits

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Here’s why the NM compound suspects could be released from jail
02 Sep
1:54

Here’s why the NM compound suspects could be released from jail

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A Paws for Pets
01 Sep
1:44

A Paws for Pets

Among the dogs currently available at York Adopt-A-Pet, there are four that are desperately in need of that special family; a family with enough love, patience and time to restore their trust in humans. These four had the misfortune of growing up in a hoarding situation where no […]

Wingshooting ’18
31 Aug
1:35

Wingshooting ’18

News Posted 08-30-2018 Featured Guests: Joe Thomas, Nick Hoffman, John Gechter, Brandon Cameron (Photo courtesy of “The Revolution with Jim & Trav”) By: The Revolution with Jim & Trav Look to the skies! This week on The Revolution with Jim and Trav we’re talking wingshooting. Joining us […]

Milos Raonic on why Raptors needed Kawhi trade: ‘We were stagnant’
30 Aug
1:35

Milos Raonic on why Raptors needed Kawhi trade: ‘We were stagnant’

Currently the 24th-best men’s singles player in the world, and the top Canadian among that crop, it’s fair to assume Ontario’s Milos Raonic has his hands full keeping up with the ever-changing landscape of his own sport. But that hasn’t stopped him from leaving one eye trained on the one […]

Raiders Camp Report: Bruce Irvin Sets the Defensive Tone
29 Aug
1:29

Raiders Camp Report: Bruce Irvin Sets the Defensive Tone

NAPA – Ej Manuel gave Bruce Irvin a present Friday afternoon to open Raiders training camp. The backup quarterback threw a pass right to the veteran edge rusher, who picked it and quickly charged the other way. One problem: Defenders not involved in that practice rep obstructed his way. They […]

Macaulay Culkin says he turned down ‘The Big Bang Theory’ three times — and ‘hundreds of millions of dollars’ along …
28 Aug
1:15

Macaulay Culkin says he turned down ‘The Big Bang Theory’ three times — and ‘hundreds of millions of dollars’ along …

Audiences find ratings powerhouse “The Big Bang Theory” delightful, but Macaulay Culkin — not so much. The former child star said Thursday that the team behind the Emmy-winning series reached out to him multiple times. He’s always said thanks, but no thanks. Source: https://www.yahoo.com/news/macaulay-culkin-says-turned-down-212901890.html

THE LIFER
27 Aug
1:15

THE LIFER

I crossed paths with Pat Borders a couple of times when he was trying to hang on in the game.  The first time was in Knoxville, where the Jays had their Double-A affiliate, back in 1986. In his first full season behind the plate, Borders spent the bulk of the season […]

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