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FREDONIA, NEW YORK - Owl Homes of Fredonia will be holding its Fall Open House October 17th-20th where they will be featuring 12 models, including a modular home with attached garage and step down living room doublewide. In addition, they will be offering opportunities to meet with factory representatives, discuss financing options with various lenders, and enjoy complimentary refreshments and special Open House giveaways. The four-day event will be held at Owl Homes’ location on the corner of Routes 20 and 60 in Fredonia. Exact times for the Open House are: Thursday, October 17th 9 AM-6 PM Friday, October 18th 9 AM-5 PM Saturday, October 19th 9 AM-5 PM Sunday, October 20th 11 AM-4 PM Owl Homes was established 48 years ago as a dealer of mobile homes. Today, it is one of the largest area sources for manufactured and modular homes with installations in Allegany, Erie, Niagara, Cattaraugus and Chautauqua Counties. For more information about the company, contact Dominic Bellanti at 716-673-1366 or email@example.com. The company website is www.owlhomeswny.com.
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A To Z Rummage Sale, Saturday, October 5, 9 a.m.-Noon, Trinity Episcopal Church, 11 Day St., Fredonia, Garland Hall (Back Entrance). Attention Snowmobilers: Ellery SnoCruiser’s 22nd Annual Snowmobile and Outdoor Sports Show is Sunday, October 6, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Village Casino, Bemus Point, NY. Music by Harbor Knights. Auction starts at 2:00. Sell your sled (not part of auction). Fredonia Ice Skating Classes, Fredonia State Ice Rink (Steele Hall), starts Sunday, October 6 at 1 p.m. 10 weeks plus Christmas recital. Figure Skaters: Start Sunday, October 6 at 2:15 p.m. Please register on Fredonia website. More info: Dods office 673-3101. Forestville Fall Festival, Forestville High School, October 5 & 6. Crafts, food and activities. Leon Fireman’s Auxiliary Harvest Dinner featuring turkey and all the trimmings, along with a theme basket raffle at the Leon Fire Hall, Sunday, October 6 beginning at noon. Takeouts available. Pancake Brunch, Villenova Grange #604, October 6, 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Rt. 83 and 322, South Dayton. Large and small portions available. Rummage Sale, Saturday, October 12, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., in the church fellowship hall, 733 Central Ave., Dunkirk. Sponsored by the Women’s Fellowship of St. John’s United Church of Christ. Swiss Steak Dinner, Saturday, October 12, 4 p.m.-7 p.m., St. Rose of Lima Hall, Forestville. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Council 5356. For tickets contact: Paul Harvey, Grand Knight, Ed Prowse 934-4433. Book Sale, Saturday, October 12, 21 East Bookstore, paperbacks, hardcovers and children’s books and media. Literacy Volunteers, 21 E. Second, Washington Ave. entrance, Dunkirk. Chapter #459, Vietnam Veterans Of America, Sundays, October 13 & October 27, 11 a.m., John T. Murray VFW Post #1917, 113 Deer St., Dunkirk. Spaghetti Dinner, Wednesday, October 16, 4-7 p.m., church hall, Union Street, Westfield. Sponsored by St. Dominic Parish, Westfield worship site. Dine in or take out available. Germanfest, Saturday, October 19, St. John’s United Church, 733 Central Ave., Dunkirk. Serving 4:00 - 7:00. Phone 366-0710 to reserve tickets. Theme baskets and entertainment! Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins Tailgate Party, Sunday, October 20th, starting at 12 noon at the First Ward Falcon Club, Lake Shore Drive, East, Dunkirk. Large screen TVs, food, huge Chinese auction, kids games and more. Sponsored by Relay for Life Team Lucky 777. All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society. Seneca Nation - Cattaraugus Summer Farmers’ Market, Tuesdays, 2:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m., located at Seneca Cattaraugus Nation (Administration Building), 12767 Route 438 at the Cattaraugus Community Center Front Parking Lot. Through October 29, 2013. If you have any questions, contact Geri Hens at 716-439-0870. Northern Chautauqua County Redemption Center, Rt. 60, Dunkirk is accepting tabs from beverage, soup, vegetable, pet food and special diet cans. The tabs are recycled to benefit Ronald McDonald House. “Our Kids: Parent Education Groups” Do you have questions about how your separation or divorce has affected your children? Have you experienced conflict over custody? For more information on the Catholic Charities Our Kids: Parent education Groups call Catholic Charities at 366-3533 for details and registration. Calls and enrollment are confidential. Generations-on-line Free Computer Training for senior citizens is again being offered by the Chautauqua County Office for the Aging. The new training site is the Dunkirk Free Library (handicap accessible). Training is ideal for first time computer users. To register for this one-onone training, contact Nancy Jager, Peer Coach (cell 224-0998) or Betty Crowell, Training Coordinator at 753-4471. “Fireworks”... Anger Management And Stress Reducing Classes, every Tuesday, 4 p.m., 425 Main St., Dunkirk. Call Catholic Charities at 366-3533 for details and to register. Amvet Retire Flags Silver Creek: Respectable flag drop off box, for retired flags. Located inside of building. Dunkirk Free Library All Story Time And Craft takes place every Wednesday and Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. for 2-5 year olds until December 12th. No registration necessary. For more information call 366-2511. Universal Unity Of Spirit, 89 N. Main St. (Rt. 60), Cassadaga, Tuesday night classes, Sunday services include healing and prayer chaplain, plus “Special Events” with Ellen Bourn, Maxine Meilleur, Dr. Rom Weber and White Dove Crow. (716) 595-2617, www.universalunityofspirit.org firstname.lastname@example.org Catholic Daughters Of The Americas, Monthly meetings held the last Thursday of the month at St. Anthony’s Church, Cushing St., Fredonia at 6:30 p.m. All welcome, refreshments served. For info. call Mary Ann Gabel at 934-4774. Reformers Unanimous, a nationwide, Bible-based addictions program. Smoking, weight, drugs, alcohol +. Friday nights, 7 p.m., Open Door Baptist Church, 3576 Luce Rd., just off Rt. 60, Cassadaga. Questions or information 595-2535. Literacy Volunteers Bookstore, 21 E. Second St., Dunkirk, Washington Avenue entrance. Over 10,000 used books available. Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Are You On SSDI/SSI and want to work? Call Chautauqua Works at 716-487-5127 and ask for Karen. Silver Creek Fire Department Auxiliary- We are looking for people to join our group. If interested, call 679-5833 to get an application. Meetings are held on the third Thursday at 7 p.m. Samuel Cimino VFW Ladies Auxiliary meetings the second Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Post, 13 N. Main Street, Silver Creek. First United Presbyterian Church - United Angels Youth Group meets the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month at 6:30-8:00 p.m. at 35 Park Place, Silver Creek. Anyone in 6th-12th grade is invited to attend. Westfield-Ripley Kiwanis Club Community Speakers - the community is cordially invited every first and third Thursday at 6:00 p.m. at the Bark Grill in Westfield. St. Peter’s Church, 1A Park Street, Forestville, Bible Believing Anglican Worship. Sunday 9:30 a.m. Bible School, 10:30 a.m. Worship. Free supper and movie 6 p.m. first Friday of each month. 675-6424. The Forestville Historical Society meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. Everyone welcome. Municipal Building, Chestnut St. Forestville. Anderson-Lee Library Storytime, 43 Main St., Silver Creek, Thursday mornings, 10:3011:00 a.m., children ages 1-6. Lily Dale Spiritualist Church, East Street, Lily Dale. Sunday Services: 10:30 a.m. Workshops & Classes - no gate fee. For information 716-595-3971 (24/7). Quaker (Fredonia Friends Meeting), 369 West Main, Fredonia at Barlow’s Mill. Worship at 11AM. All are welcome. For info 485-6065 or 679-1452. William P. Jackway VFW- Ladies Auxiliary will meet the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Post on Pearl & Washington in Westfield. Abate Of NY Chautauqua County holds its monthly meetings on the 2nd Sunday of each month at 1 p.m. at the St. Stephen’s Hotel, Brocton. For more info. sign up on Facebook @ ABATE-of-Chautauqua-NY Church Of The Living Spirit, Lily Dale, hold monthly events including Healing Services, Drumming Circles, Medium Lunch, Readings and Philosophy discussions. Visit Church of the Living Spirit Website for additional information and newsletters: churchofthelivingspirit.com
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ASK PSYCHIC; MEDIUM; ASTROLOGER I had a dream I was dressed in a grey robe. I entered into an elevator and went up. When I got out I saw a line of others dressed in a grey robes waiting to be healed by their lord. I was excited to finally be able to look into his eyes. Prior to my turn- I was taken back to the elevator and told I needed to go back now. When I woke up I felt sad and had tears rolling down my face upon awakening? Anonymous. As I come into your question your mother and father’s spirits step forward expressing their request to allow you to be aware they are both in your environment and around you at times. Another spirit who you also called “mother” steps forward; she relays she knew you a long time ago when she walked upon the face of the earth and acted as a spiritual teacher; she relays she still acts a one of your spirit guides and teachers from the other side. All three are sharing their love and the white light with you. They now step into the background- as it were- allowing other spirit guides and teachers of yours to come forward in order to assist you with your question(s). Firstly, they relay their love and the white light your way. They express your going up in the elevator indicates you are “ascending” and progressing upon your spiritual path. Secondly, they indicate your need to see the face and to look into the eyes of your lord comes from your scientific mind and your E.G.O.’s need for proof. Thirdly, they express your were turned around to come “back down” the elevator because you felt the beauty of heaven and the freedom from your body. They relay you experienced this in order to assist you with your understanding of the reality of life after “death” and to understand your spirit’s limitations within the body. Your spirit teachers and spirit guides are relaying you may experience what you feel your dream ( out of body experience ) did not allow you by utilizing your free will and asking for it; saying, “Thank You!”, and allowing for its reality. Finally, at the end of your dream you experienced gently coming back down the elevator ( your spirit attached by its silver cord to your body and your having an out of body) coming back slowly into your body in order for you to remember and feel this experience ( per the need of your “scientific brain”) in order for you to fully remember this experience and for your willingness to choose, via your free will, to continue with your spirit’s chosen lessons while it remains in body, while it continues to have a human experience, walking upon the face of the earth. Your spirit guides and teachers depart for now giving you their love; unconditional love; and the white light. You may write your questions to Dennis for consideration to: or go to his Web Site at: and send him an e-mail directly from there specifying you are requesting Dennis to use your question for this article and indicate you give Dennis permission to use your question. You can also set up individual appointments from there as well.
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Written by Todd J. Tranum, President and CEO of the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce & Executive Director of the Manufacturers Association of the Southern Tier The county legislature has an opportunity to save jobs in Chautauqua County. Failing to sell the County Home risks losing those good jobs and with it the great local talent of the people who work at the home. I recently had the opportunity to speak with one of my peers at the Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce. Ulster County went through the sale of their County Home a year ago. Interestingly, Ulster County sold the home to VestraCare who has offered to purchase the Chautauqua County Home. Ulster County went through many of the same motions as we are here in Chautauqua County. There was concern for job loss if the home were sold, there was concern about continuing the quality of care that had been delivered at the home, fulfilling the obligation to those who live and receive care at the facility, the financial stability of the home, and the ongoing implications for taxpayers concerned about the operation of the home. Just like our Chamber, the Ulster County Chamber witnessed and was party to a great deal of spirited discussion around the role of county government and selling adult care facilities. The Ulster County Regional Chamber ultimately supported the sale of the County Home to VestraCare. Based on our discussions with Ulster County Chamber officials, VestraCare has been well received by that community and has done a great job of running that facility. VestraCare is the type of private investor we should be inviting to our community that will preserve and very likely grow job opportunities in Chautauqua County. We ask our County Legislators to make the right decision for the employees and residents of the county home, the right decision for the broader interests of the community, and the right business decision for Chautauqua County. Sell the County Home.
The Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet pays tribute to the hard work and dedication of many individuals and organizations that make positive contributions in our communities. This year’s event will honor County Executive Greg Edwards as Person of the Year; Lake Shore Savings Bank with the Economic Development Award. The six Community Chambers of Commerce will present Community Service Awards as follows: Dunkirk, Doug Fenton; Fredonia, Tim Eades; Hanover, Matt Bogosian; Jamestown, Terry Frank and Dennis Webster; Mayville-Chautauqua, Access Channel 5; and Westfield-Barcelona, Nancy Hanks. Everyone in Chautauqua County is invited to join us in saluting these very deserving award winners during the Chamber’s Annual Awards Banquet, which will be held Thursday, October 17 at the Williams Center on the SUNY Fredonia campus. This event is sponsored by: DFT Communications, Lake Erie Regional Health System of NY, Liazon Corp., the OBSERVER, The Post-Journal, and the State University of NY at Fredonia. Reservations are required. You can register online at www.chautauquachamber.org or call the Chamber at 366-6200 or 484-1101.
There is no doubt that this past week has been intense in the world of health insurance. With people anxious to learn about the new online health insurance exchange systems, we want to be sure businesses know the Chamber is still an important resource. In fact, the Chamber has invested the time and resources to learn about the Affordable Care Act, and can assist you in identifying the best options for you, your business, and your employees through a variety of exchange programs. We invite you to attend one of our Information and Enrollment meetings coming up: Tues 10/8 – 5:30pm – KeyBank, 369 East Fairmount Avenue, Lakewood Wed 10/9 – 7:30am – Tom’s Family Restaurant, 935 Routes 5 & 20, Irving Wed 10/9 – 5:30pm – Chautauqua Marina, 104 West Lake Road, Mayville Thur 10/10 – 7:30am – Community Bank, 1982 East Main Street, Falconer Thur 10/10 – 5:30pm – Fredonia Place, 50 Howard Street, Fredonia Fri 10/11 – 7:30am – Eason Hall, 20 Elm Street, Westfield These events are sponsored by Blackstone Business Enterprises, Health Republic, KeyBank, and Univera. The Chamber of Commerce is committed to helping you identify the health insurance plan that best meets your needs. If you have questions give us a call at 716-366-6200 or 716-484-1101 or email email@example.com.
The Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to offer a first of its kind event in Chautauqua County. Restaurant Week will be held October 21-27 and is being sponsored by Maplevale Farms and Putnam Record Agency. Designed to celebrate our cultural variety and fabulous dining establishments countywide, Restaurant Week will highlight participating restaurants from all around Chautauqua County. Each restaurant has been challenged to come up with a special offering for customers or a creative “signature” dish for the week. Participating restaurants will receive a special marketing kit and will be included in the Chamber’s Restaurant Week advertising in local media. The complete list of participating restaurants will be available on the Chamber web site at www.chautauquachamber.org. Restaurants can still be included by contacting the Chamber no later than Monday, October 7 at 484-1101 or 3666200.
This deal was played many years ago in a national pair championship. Holding the West hand was Harry Merkle, California expert. He found himself faced with the problem of finding the best opening lead against five clubs, which had been reached on the bidding sequence shown. (South’s four-club bid was artificial and was equivalent to a takeout double.) Probably most players would have automatically led the ace and another spade and hoped for the best. But Merkle had not earned his
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Last week we recounted the story of the time New York Yankees principal owner George Steinbrenner was accosted in an elevator by two hooligans in a Los Angeles hotel. Legend has Steinbrenner emerging victorious and expecting a lawsuit that never happened. Seeing as how Mr. Steinbrenner has slipped this vale of tears, I wondered if the muggers would come clean all of these years later if asked. Enlisting the help of my favorite insider source for anything New York, the talented and pretty “Yankee girl,” we began our search with a few Craigslist postings and a few calls to the hotel where we thought the Yankee owner might have been staying. The incident happened in 1981, so we knew the trail was going to be pretty cold. These days you’re lucky to get a hotel room if you talk to someone at the front desk, so you can imagine the challenge we had when a research assistant with a Brooklyn accent called to ask if anybody from housekeeping remembered cleaning blood and teeth out of an elevator more than a quarter century ago. “I don’t know,” she persisted, ignoring my orders to cajole information out of him with sweet dulcet tones. Instead she bludgeoned him with a loud mouth full of ham. “Got any old people working there? Or sumthin’, Mistah?” Meanwhile my part of the investigation into the case
of the real Steinbrenner muggers wasn’t going so well either, the least of those reasons being that I was in Philadelphia. The beat reporters at the time say they were skeptical the event ever occurred, but Yankee trainers said that the injuries he received were consistent with those usually received in a fight. In other words, he didn’t appear to scrape his knuckles on a stucco wall in the lobby. Either way, consensus is that Steinbrenner ginned up the story a bit in order to look like a hero in an attempt to spur his Yankee team to a championship. I did get some leads from guys who had an uncle who knew a guy that knew the Yankee trainer’s assistant type stuff, though. “No! Listen! I swear ‘dis is true! Swear it! OK? My dad was on an elevator with Reggie Jackson in LA, and these two women came on, and Reggie Jackson was walking his dog, right? So he tells the dog to ‘sit!’ and the women are so afraid of him that they sat!” I also learned that the same thing happened to Walt Frazier, Julius Erving, Wilt Chamberlain and Eddie Murphy in an elevator, too. Sometimes Reggie buys them dinner, sometimes they go to bed with Chamberlain and sometimes they get tickets to Eddie’s show at the Apollo the next night. I also learned that Hall and Oates met on an elevator in Philadelphia. Some mysteries are best left unsolved. Mark Vasto is a veteran sportswriter who lives in Kansas City.
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Judy Garland In addition to all the songs from the film, nine new songs by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice have been added, including songs about “The Twister,” “The Haunted Forest,” “The Red Shoe Blues” and Dorothy singing “Nobody Understands Me.” Reviewers praised it as a beautiful updating of the classic film, and Tim Rice’s lyrics as some of the best he’s ever written. *** Shirley MacLaine, Billy Joel, Carlos Santana and opera singer Martina Arroyo have been named to receive The Kennedy Cen-
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HOLLYWOOD — Warners recently unveiled its $25 million 3D/IMAX version of “The Wizard of Oz” (the original only cost $2,777,000) at the same time as The Pantages Theatre was presenting Andrew Lloyd Webber’s live version of the classic 1939 film. The 3D/IMAX version took 1,000 people more than 16 months to perfect. Seeing the film on a 94foot-wide screen was like seeing it for the first time. In most films shot in 3D, they literally throw things at you for shock value. In this production, the characters pop out away from the backgrounds, giving you the feeling you are there with them. In IMAX, I was able to see things I’d never seen before in the 200 times I’ve watched “The Wizard of Oz.” When Dorothy (Judy Garland) and her friends enter the haunted forest, before they’re attacked by Flying Monkeys, the Lion holds a large mallet, the Tinman has his axe and The Scarecrow is holding a gun! I found that very shocking, for the time! On Oct. 1, to commemorate “Oz’s” 75th anniversary, Warners released a limited-edition five-disc DVD set that includes a new making-of documentary disc and a 52-page hardcover photo book. This film, made in 1939, is the oldest film ever converted to 3D/ IMAX, which made a clas-
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LIBRA: The sixth may bring communication(s) your way which may need much consideration prior to responding ( if at all). Quiet time at work or home may allow for more accomplishment on the seventh and eighth. While you are able to assist others on the ninth and tenth, you may not find the same consideration returned your way. Kindness and gentleness towards others and self is indicated from you on the tenth and eleventh. The eleventh and twelfth may find you under constructive criticism by a male peer or a male authoritative figure.
SCORPIO: The first half of the sixth indicates seeking and/or creating that which may bring balance. The second half of the sixth through the eighth indicates passions escalate and emotions may run high; self responsibility is indicated in order to remain in charge and in order to continue forward with current desires. Consider catching up on “paper work” or required “computer necessities” on the ninth and tenth; consider not placing critical remarks forward. Transits indicate being flexible on the eleventh and twelfth; “looking” at all sides. SAGITTARIUS: Enjoy the day on the sixth; consider an early rise in order to
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includes play and/or rest as well as work. Consider the possibility of walking on the seventh and eighth when appropriate and approved by authoritative figures. Consider not to over think things on the ninth; consider spending time with close members of your inner circle. Gentleness and a loving nature is indicated for the tenth. Transits on the eleventh and twelfth allow for inner strength as well as outer ability; allow for romantic love.
AQUARIUS: The sixth allows for opportunity in order to spend time with many; consider allowing for balance with each ( as well as for number one ). Inner secrets may be revealed through the subconscious or dreams on the seventh and eighth; consider journaling for possible future use. Differences may occur in the romance or business/work/career on the ninth and tenth; consider listening with future follow up as a possibility. Completing plans for a future trip or vacation with insured actions to move forward is indicated on the eleventh and twelfth. PISCES: Transits on the sixth indicate the need to be present and accounted for in order to complete promised plans with others; this may be the difference between gaining or loosing their trust. Emotions may unnecessarily flare flare on the seventh and eighth; consider turning this energy into productivity. Consider all situations three and four times prior to engagement on the ninth and tenth; a male authoritative figure may be involved. A sense of “groundedness” may prevail through the twelfth when utilized with self responsibility. ARIES: Engagement in previously considered plans on the sixth may bring with them more futuristic positive gain than previously anticipated. A male authoritative figure may be observing your abilities closer than previously considered on the seventh and eighth. Emotions may run high on the ninth and tenth; transits indicate a need for kind action towards self and others; thorough consideration via self responsibility is indicated. Cooperation and flexibility may be key for opening new possibilities through the twelfth. TAURUS:
Consider sharing the forefront with others on the sixth; this may bring about the balance you have been seeking. Where possible; consider sharing the beauty of the day on the seventh with another from within your inner circle. Romantic love is highlighted on the eighth; consider flexibility and allowance. Possible conflict may occur with an authoritative figure on the ninth or tenth when the “need to be right” becomes the days consideration. Consider utilizing gentle tenderness with others on the eleventh through the twelfth.
GEMINI: Consider bringing both sides of your Gemini nature into one on the sixth prior to playing the “peace maker” (keep in mind- by choosing to do this often allows us to be the victim). Romance and/with passion fills the air on the seventh and eighth. Consider what you place forward on the ninth and tenth may be returned to you via a male authoritative figure with the same energy. Possibility and allowance is indicated for the eleventh. Consider utilizing self responsible flexibility on the twelfth; rigidity may create results of empty-handedness. MOON CHILD: Consider the necessity for maintaining balance during the first half of the sixth.
Passion finds its way into romance on the second half of the sixth through the eigth with both coupled and single Moon Children. Consider the necessity of keeping both feet on the ground with a kind and gentle outgoing nature on the ninth and tenth. Considering our opposite nature as possibility via self responsibility may be a virtue on the eleventh. Flexibility and creativity in romance and all life’s sectors are indicated for the twelfth.
LEO: Your flames of romance may be fired up during the first two thirds of the sixth; responding via self responsible balance is indicated. Passions may run high on the seventh and eighth allowing for creativity and possible success. The ninth and tenth may allow for fun and frolic when it is on your time versus the company’s; consider waiting until after hours or self responsibly obtaining time off from “the clock.” A strong willed attitude may surface on the twelfth; consider the need for flexibility as an authoritative may be present and observing. VIRGO:
Consider allowing for flexibility on the sixth- no matter how inflexible those around you may be. Passions may grow increasing stronger on the seventh and eighth allowing for projects in and around the home to be completed; finding time for romance on the same two days is indicated. Choosing to “hold back the tongue” on the ninth and tenth may ultimately prove to be a virtue resulting in gain. Transits on the eleventh and twelfth create energies when utilized self responsibly may allow the “light to come on” from within.
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LEBANESE-STYLE GREEN BEANS There’s a wonderful, thick Lebanese strained yogurt called Labenah that is used in everything from pasta to vegetables. I’ve substituted Greek yogurt and spices to
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