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Dracula Will Surprise, Scare You

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September 20, 2011
Dracula Will Surprise, Scare You

Actors Theatre is in its 17th year of producing “Dracula” before Halloween. But I’d never been, and have somehow made it through 51 years without knowing what’s behind the legendary tale. And I don’t really get into all the vampire culture. When I went to the latest adaptation Friday night,  I half-expected a bunch...
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Love a Parade? Head to J-town

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September 15, 2011
Love a Parade? Head to J-town

The place to be this afternoon, of course, is Jeffersontown, where the big parade goes right by my place. The Gaslight Festival is the 5th largest festival/party in the Southeast, the Chamber brags, and brings in 200,000 people a year, mainly for the Arts and Crafts Fair and Street Party that starts tomorrow. It’s...
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Bill Germanakos: The Biggest Loser© Champion Season 4

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September 15, 2011
Bill Germanakos: The Biggest Loser© Champion Season 4

    By Barbara Day, M.S., R.D., C.N. Bill Germanakos: The Biggest Loser© Champion Season 4 was in town at the invitation of Humana to empower Humana clients to make healthier lifestyle choices to help them prevent obesity. But before Bill was introduced, Humana Vitality, the wellness component of Humana’s large group insurance division,...
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9/11 American Flag Remembrance on the Waterfront

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September 11, 2011
9/11 American Flag Remembrance on the Waterfront

By Barbara Day, M.S., R.D., C.N. I was listening to the Mandy Connell show on WHAS 840 AM radio on Friday when I heard about the planting of 30,000 American Flags arranged to spell out USA for Sunday, September 11 ceremony to remember the 3000 innocent people who died on September 11. Fred Moore,...
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Cards’ Worst-Case Scenario Turning into Reality

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September 10, 2011
Cards’ Worst-Case Scenario Turning into Reality

Reality bites sometimes. It was such a nice story for the U of L football team this year. Coach Charlie Strong, in his second season, seemed to have everything moving right on schedule. There have been no off-field problems with his players. Academics are important. Billboards on the interstates attest to the possibilities. A...
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Real Health Reform

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September 10, 2011
FHSA

If you want REAL health care reform, reform your approach to your own wellness and learn how to take care of yourself. Support your local and regional holistic community and attend the Festival of Healing & Spiritual Awareness this weekend! Many practitioners will have booths giving sessions at discounted prices, lots of readers, and...
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Never shall we forget…

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September 9, 2011
Never shall we forget…

  Its been a turbulent time here in the US for several years now. Last night’s Presidential speech sparked so much debate about JOBS, WORK and the US economy, that its hard to keep up with the rhetoric. In that light, I found this video clip of VP Biden and House Speaker John Boehner...
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Da Vinci Deserves Better

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September 6, 2011
Da Vinci Deserves Better

(Photo from FrazierMuseum.org) Last week, I took my family to the Frazier History Museum to see the Da Vinci “The Genius” exhibit. We expected it to be solidly entertaining, though we knew that it probably wouldn’t hold our toddler’s attention for long. First, we were very surprised by how cramped the exhibit was. There...
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Southeast Christian Church’s Family Palooza Labor Day Celebration

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September 6, 2011
Southeast Christian Church’s Family Palooza Labor Day Celebration

By Barbara Day, M.S., R.D., C.N. Southeast Christian Church’s FREE Family Palooza Labor Day Celebration was a happening! The weather was cool but better than the 102 degrees that had plagued Kentuckiana for a week. The Family Palooza was filled with lots of activities for kids of all ages. The most popular activity was...
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Chilled Out and Back to Work

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September 6, 2011
Chilled Out and Back to Work

It may have been the chilliest Hike & Bike we’ve had yet, but there were all kinds of folks riding to the West End yesterday. The C-J said it was a record 9,000, but it didn’t seem that crowded. In other words, I didn’t have to wait in line to get Jackie Green to...
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