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The Dining Divas Discover More Than Just New Renovations at the Cheshire Inn

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By Lisa Kampeter

It was an odd Diva night.  The crazy spring weather must have affected more than just the atmosphere.  From the Planning Diva walking into the wrong restaurant and accidentally crashing a private Blues team party to the Mature Divas using their eagle eyes on the older male diners, this was definitely an interesting night.

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Merry Month of May Has Many Meanings

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A Boomer’s Journal

By Tom Anselm

So today we find ourselves at the start of The Merry Merry Month of May.  Good old  writer Stephen Foster came up with this one, and his poem speaks of frolicking in the fields amongst the flowers and fauna, of the general joy that spring can bring in the form of celebration.

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Healthy, Wealthy, Wise? 1 out of 3 Ain’t That Bad

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By Tom Anselm

This old noggin has been thinking a lot about numbers these days.

Which is funny, as I have never been the guy who does the bills in this partnership.  I am the guy who got a 35% in senior physics class and passed anyway out of the goodness of the instructors heart who knew that I honestly had no clue.  But I tried hard, you know?

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Can Blues Forget Bad Streak and Advance During the Playoffs?

**Randy Gardner photo**By Randy Gardner

It’s that time of the year, the sun is out and the temps are on the rise and that means a couple of things: either sitting at the ballpark watching the Birds or sitting next to some ice and watching the Blues.

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Taxation Event Without Representation is Still A Bite in the Old Pants

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By Tom Anselm

We are about to enter a wonderful season of the year. No, I’m not talking about springtime, golf, March Madness, baseball or hockey playoff season. I am, with tongue firmly planted in cheek, referring to… duh duh da duh…. Tax Season.

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Nothing Like the Old Ballyard to Pop The Big Question?

By Randy Gardner

I just read a very interesting article about sports and the many ways that it generates revenues besides the beverage prices that we all know are about 1000% inflated. One of those ways is charging to get engaged at the ballpark.

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