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Mini Everything Pretzel Dogs Recipe
Mini Everything Pretzel Dogs Recipe

Mini everything pretzel dogs to celebrate the days getting chillier! Every morning before we go to work, Mike and I get up early to take a morning walk together. It’s kind of a new ritual Mike invented so I could start my day with something active and fun. We don’t get a huge amount of light in our bedroom and I’m very susceptible to feeling gloomy with a lack of sunshine, so it’s perfect for me. We get fresh air, a brisk walk, and plenty of morning sun. It makes me happy in a way that sets me up to have a great day.

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Pearl Named One of 15 Great Places in America
Pearl Named One of 15 Great Places in America

The Pearl has been named one of 15 great places in America by the American Planning Association (APA).

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Nobel Prizes 2017: Facts About the Secretive Process and Peculiar Past
Nobel Prizes 2017: Facts About the Secretive Process and Peculiar Past

The mere mention of the Nobel Prize conjures images of inspired scientists, exemplars of peace, and meditative writers. Though the prizes are well respected, a rich tangle of lore has grown around them during the 116 years they have been awarded, driven in part by the secrecy inherent in the selection process.

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Dubbed The 'ICU Grandpa,' He's Been Comforting Preemies For The Last 12 Years
Dubbed The 'ICU Grandpa,' He's Been Comforting Preemies For The Last 12 Years

Approximately half a million babies are born premature, or with birth defects, in the U.S. each year, according to March of Dimes. Many of these babies end up spending weeks, and sometimes months, in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) or pediatric intensive care unit (PICU).

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In the Age of Streaming TV, Who Needs Title Sequences?
In the Age of Streaming TV, Who Needs Title Sequences?

There was an establishing shot: a barrel wave off the coast of Hawaii, or choppers carrying wounded vets over a mountain in Korea. Then a theme song swelled, an earworm that would echo in your brain like an advertising jingle: “Here’s the story, of a lovely lady…” Some names appeared alongside corresponding actors, who often turned to smile — or brood, depending on their character — in a weirdly stagey way. The audience was told the central premise in no uncertain terms. The nanny is named Fran. In the criminal justice system the people are represented by two separate yet equally important groups. The truth is “out there.” Then the cartoon family converged on the couch, and finally the show began.

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30 Healthy Fish Recipes
30 Healthy Fish Recipes

rom superstar chef Rick Bayless's tuna ceviche with avocado to perfect barbecued salmon, here are delicious healthy fish recipes.

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10 Kids Were Asked To Draw What They Think Cars Of The Future Will Look Like. Here's What They Came Up With.
10 Kids Were Asked To Draw What They Think Cars Of The Future Will Look Like. Here's What They Came Up With.

We all have ideas about what the cars of the future will look like, but kids may have the best ones. Their limitless imaginations are not confined by what's logical or realistic. They don't care about the laws of science, mechanics, or design. They care about the things that excite them, such as mystical characters, vibrant colors, and robots.

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30 Healthy Fish Recipes
30 Healthy Fish Recipes

From superstar chef Rick Bayless's tuna ceviche with avocado to perfect barbecued salmon, here are delicious healthy fish recipes.

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10 Kids Were Asked To Draw What They Think Cars Of The Future Will Look Like. Here's What They Came Up With.
10 Kids Were Asked To Draw What They Think Cars Of The Future Will Look Like. Here's What They Came Up With.

We all have ideas about what the cars of the future will look like, but kids may have the best ones. Their limitless imaginations are not confined by what's logical or realistic. They don't care about the laws of science, mechanics, or design. They care about the things that excite them, such as mystical characters, vibrant colors, and robots.

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Dinosaurs Laid Blue Eggs--And That's a Big Deal
Dinosaurs Laid Blue Eggs--And That's a Big Deal

Robins may be famous for their beautiful blue eggs, but ancient feathered dinosaurs beat them to the punch.

Looking at fossil eggshells from China, researchers have found evidence that an omnivorous, ostrich-like dinosaur laid clutches of blue-green eggs, potentially helping to camouflage them in open nests dug into the ground.

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