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Christmas yet to come

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Your Tongue Can Save the World


Lit Fest delves into what we fear, how we relate in extremis

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Fire time

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Flu Shots

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2015.09.01 feng shui-2 Feng Shui

Everyone’s done it at some time or another — rearrange the furniture in your bedroom, living room, apartment or home. There’s a reason we do things like that. Organizing things isn’t necessarily due to obsessive/compulsive disorder. It’s actually a pretty natural thing to do. And it has to do with energy.

Arranging things, whether it’s furniture in your new apartment or just tools in a drawer is something most...

Bevkathy Marriage after the wedding

Not quite three years ago, my boyfriend and I were invited to a wedding in Chicago. It was an intimate, beautiful affair. Only very close friends and family were invited. Everyone was flown to Chicago and put up in a stylish hotel. Every detail was planned to perfection, from meals and drinks to hair and makeup.  

During the ceremony, there were tears of happiness in everyone’s eyes as they watched two people they...

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Our uniform future

Soon, we will see the return of business uniforms. Businesses will brand themselves, not just by their logo, but by the clothes their employees wear. This will begin with an expansion of existing uniforms: Fast food places, in particular, will start to dress their employees in well-tailored signature uniforms. But it will quickly expand, first to sales staff in big businesses, then to white-collar employees, and,...

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Commercial toothpaste is a waste of time since there are better dentifrices to use. Many people recommend baking soda or salt or just a clean brush. When I’m camping, a drop or two of Dr. Bronner’s Magic Peppermint Castile Soap does a great job.

But I confess, we have a tube of Nature’s Gate All-Natural Toothpaste sitting on the bathroom sink. It’s just so easy to grab and use. Add a dip of the brush in baking soda...

Eat to live or live to eat, Omaha’s culinary culture rises

If you're an Omaha foodie who believes as many do the local dining out experience has never been better, then you can thank an infusion of original chef-driven and chef-owned eateries for it. 

Not coincidentally, many of these places are steeped in the locally-sourced organic food, farm-to-table, artisan, made-from-scratch movements. Classically trained culinary artists have built relationships with area growers...

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