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Shriners Awareness Day June 6
The Shriners invite you to join them June 6 for FREE hot dogs and popcorn to celebrate Shriners Awareness Day! READ MORE
The summer is forecasted to be a hot one this year! Help those in need by donating what you can to help pay for much-needed fans, READ MORE
The Aloe Vera plant is an attractive succulent with thick, variegated leaves that fan out from its center base. Aloe vera plants are easy to keep and useful, too, as the juice from their leaves will relieve pain from scrapes and burns when applied topically. Keep the aloe vera plant in a pot near a kitchen window for everyday use.
Power of Positivity. According to their ABOUT page, Kristen and Chris, the brains behind Power of Positivity, celebrate the lifestyle of positive thinking and attitude.
"We encourage you daily to embrace the power of positive thinking and truly live each day being the change you wish to see in the world. We are here to inspire you, keep you motivated and expand your awareness and ability to access the power of positivity."
From personal experience, we believe that we can co-create our life every day. It starts with our thoughts and our emotions, which leads to our actions. When we transform our thoughts about ourselves, our world and our future, we can achieve our grandest visions and dreams. READ MORE
Come to the NewBo City Market, 1100 3rd Street SE, every Thursday this summer at 5 pm to join other health-conscious enthusiasts for group walks, runs, biking, dance fitness, and yoga. The activities are free and open to the public.
Check in and participate 5 times and receive a free T-shirt. Follow a group route (ranging from 1-4 miles) or create your own with a provided map. Wellness information will be available, as well.READ MORE
The Cincinnati Reds beat the Philadelphia Phillies 2-1 on this night in 1935 in Major League Baseball’s first-ever night game, played courtesy of recently installed lights at Crosley Field in Cincinnati.
The first-ever night game in professional baseball took place May 2, 1930, when a Des Moines, Iowa, team hosted Wichita for a Western League game. The game drew 12,000 people at a time when Des Moines was averaging just 600 fans per game. Evening games soon became popular in the minors: As minor league ball clubs were routinely folding in the midst of the Great Depression, adaptable owners found the innovation a key to staying in business. The major leagues, though, took five years to catch up to their small-town counterparts. READ MORE
Did you know you can use Kool-Aid to help you fix a leaky toilet, or that wool balls will safe you money on fabric softener? These life hacks will save you money and your sanity. READ MORE