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(NAPSI)—A new movie offers a fresh take on the eternal struggle to find love, success and the perfect cup of coffee.
(NAPSI)—He’s a no-nonsense action star in the Expendables films and plays the hilarious Sgt. Terry Jeffords on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” but behind the scenes, what Terry Crews likes to do most is sing.
(NAPSI)—Here’s a cool scoop. If you are looking for a way to celebrate National Ice Cream Month—which is July—and chill out on National Ice Cream Day in particular, which happens to be this Sunday, why not give some love to that all-American favorite, Rocky Road?
Enjoy popular American songs at the Sizzling Summer Sounds Cabaret Series featuring a Family Affair with the multi-talented Boone Family. Details: 8 p.m.; Skyline Country Club, 5200 E. St. Andrews Drive; $30-$50; 800-933-1093 or 882-9721.
(Family Features) Whether it’s sharp or dull, off and on or constant, pain can be a real pain at times. With the ability to interrupt time with family, lessen productivity at work and create many sleepless nights, understanding the source of your pain is essential for relief.
1. Cochran holds off a Tea Party challenge in Mississippi
(BPT) - Summer is supposed to be fun, so who has time for hassles like printing vacation photos or doing laundry? And then there’s all that time you spend slathering on sunscreen. A few time-saving tips can help you get inevitable summer tasks done more quickly, so you can spend more time savoring the sunshine and warm weather.
Ever since Pharrell Williams bounced into our lives singing the Happy song, I can’t stop hearing the Happy song. You simply can’t avoid it. It’s on the radio, television, elevators, airports, our computers and in the middle of my soft taco dinner this week at a friendly restaurant. My wife had it on a loop on her laptop playing it over and over again until I finally ran screaming from the house. Folks on the Internet from across the globe are dancing to the tune that apparently makes them happy, happy, happy.
(NAPSI)—Seven million children in the United States have asthma and more than half of them will experience an asthma attack this year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)—but a few simple steps can make a difference. Asthma, the CDC says, causes children to miss 11 million school days a year, and African American and Hispanic children are disproportionately affected. But there’s good news. There are ways to manage your child’s asthma and help prevent attacks before they happen.
When her friend Nelson Mandela passed away last year, Maya Angelou wrote that “No sun outlasts its sunset, but will rise again, and bring the dawn.”
(NAPSI)—If you’re a new parent to any of the nearly 4 million babies born in the U.S. this year, a new device may help make your life easier, and your infant safer and happier.
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Spring Fling is returning to the UA Mall, where it all began 40 years ago.
(NAPSI)—Long before Nashville, Tenn. became an “it” city noted as a top world travel destination by both Forbes and The New York Times, the city welcomed hundreds of thousands of visitors annually with a single purpose in mind: seeing the show that made country music famous, the Grand Ole Opry.
Strike up the band! Multi-platinum-selling, two-time Emmy and five-time Grammy Award-nominated, pianist and vocalist Michael Feinstein returns to Tucson on Sunday March 9 at 7 p.m. at Centennial Hall