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Aztec Two-Step Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman have entered their fifth decade of presenting intelligent songwriting, dazzling guitar and inspiring harmonies. Their first four albums, full of sweet singing and timely lyrics, were staples of progressive FM and college radio. Their latest work adds touches of blues and country to their distinctive sound. This show will feature a Simon and Garfunkel tribute.

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Shop smart for Mother's Day Come spring, shoppers often ask, "What gift should Iget Mom for Mother's Day?" How do people transform the sentiments they have for their mother into gifts that represent love and devotion? Buying a Mother's Day gift is no easy task, especially for those who wait until the last minute to do their shopping. Beginning early can ease the pressure of Mother's Day shopping.

Research gift options at least a month prior so that you can read reviews on products and services to guarantee quality. You also want to make sure the gift will arrive on time if you will be ordering your gift online. Here are other ways to shop in a smart manner. * Do some sleuthing. Play detective and take inventory of what Mom likes to do the most. If you ask your mother

what she wants, she will likely brush off the question and tell you nothing. It is up to you to do the investigative work. Pay attention to conversations and see if there is anything she mentions wanting to try or something around the house that may need updating. Practical gifts are less likely to end up unopened in the basement or attic. * Check expiration dates. Gift certificates

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and cards for particular stores or services are popular come Mother's Day. But it is essential to check expiration dates on the certificates or find gifts, as there is a good chance Mom will put off pampering herself and you would not want the gift to expire before she has a chance to use it. In compliance with the law, chain restaurant gift cards don't expire for at least five years from purchase. Those might be your safest bet. * Verify a business. Although Mom may love a cute boutique that just opened, verify the business before buying a gift card from it. An unpredictable economy has made it even harder for new businesses to succeed, and you don't Mom to be stuck with a worthless gift card should the new business not thrive. If she really likes a particular new business, take her on a shopping spree at the store instead.

* Skip the chocolate overload. Flowers and chocolates are traditional Mother's Day gifts. However, calorieconscious women may not want to be faced with the temptation of a warehouse-sized box of chocolate treats. If Mom truly loves chocolate, treat her to a gourmet piece or two, but don't make that your main gift. * Avoid "final sale" items. It can be tempting to peruse the deep-discount rack at Mom's favorite store when retailers cut prices on items in anticipation of a new season. However, these sales may come with restrictions on returns or exchanges. Unless you know Mom will like what you pick out, avoid the "final sale" racks in favor of items that can be returned or exchanged. * Ask for a price match. In an effort to keep a loyal customer base, many stores will price match against

competitors' ads. Therefore, if you feel more comfortable at a certain store, print out the advertised price and bring it to your favorite store. There's a good chance they will give you the item for the same price. This works particularly well for tech gifts that typically go on sale in the days leading up to a holiday or special event. There are different ways to make shopping for Mother's Day gifts a little easier and guarantee the best experience for Mom as well.

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Did you know? May Day is an ancient festival that welcomes spring and was once celebrated widely on May 1 every year. May Day falls approximately halfway between the spring equinox and the summer solstice and has its origins in pre-Christian times. May Day commemorates festivals of fertility and agriculture. Ancient Romans celebrated the festival of Flora, the Roman goddess of flowers. But May Day is also related to the Celtic festival of Beltane, a springtime festival of optimism, and the Germanic festival of Walpurgis Night, which

also celebrates the arrival of spring. Many past May Day celebrations included spending time outdoors standing around bonfires and dancing. A traditional British May Day celebration included crowning a May Queen and dancing around a Maypole, which was covered in ribbons. While May Day has lost many of its pagan origins since the widespread conversion to Christianity, there are some who see May Day as a special time and a harbinger of spring. In the UnitedStates, May 1 is also recognized as Law Day and is meant to highlight the importance of law in the foundation of the country and how law benefits society.

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Motorcycle enthusiasts in locales with cold winters may anticipate the warmer weather of spring and summer more than others, as it means they can pull their bikes out of their garages and get back on the open road. While riding a motorcycle can be an exhilarating experience, the U.S. Highway Safety Authority notes that fatal crashes are much more likely to occur to motorcycle riders than automobile drivers. As the number of drivers and riders on the road continues to increase, it has never been more important for riders to practice motorcycle safety. Be seen and heard Ever wonder why some motorcycles make so much noise? It's to attract the attention of other motorists. Thanks to their small profiles, motorcycles can easily go unnoticed

by motorists. Failure of other motorists to see motorcycles on the road is a chief contributor to collisions involving motorcycles. One of the more comprehensive studies on motorcycle accidents occurred in 1981. Titled "Motorcycle Accident Cause Factors and Identification of Countermeasures" and published by researcher Harry Hurt with the help of the University of Southern California and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the study analyzed 3,600 motorcycle traffic accidents in a specific region of California. The findings showed most motorcycle accidents involve a short trip associated with shopping, errands, friends, entertainment, or recreation, and the accident is most likely to occur within close proximity to the rider's home.

Accident involvement is significantly reduced by the use of motorcycle headlamps, including during daylight hours, and the wearing of highly visible clothing, including yellow, orange or bright red jackets. Although this research was conducted some time ago, it still underscores the importance of remaining visible on the road. While leather and denim may be the traditional uniform of motorcycle riding, synthetic materials that have reflective fabrics can improve visibility. Highly visible colors, such as orange and yellow, are good choices when on the road. Riders also can add reflectivity to existing gear with reflective tape. Many motorcycle riders, particularly those on

Harley Davidsons, swap out stock exhaust pipes for ones that emit a louder decibel range. This helps other motorists notice them. Use the right gear When a rider is on the open road, he or she doesn't have the protection of a car frame to offer a buffer between the rider and the pavement should an accident occur. That is why it is crucial to invest in quality gear that can offer a certain measure of protection. A high-quality helmet that fits well is an important piece of safety equipment, as head and neck injuries can result in paralysis or fatalities. Pair the helmet with goggles or glasses with safety lenses. Durable nonslip gloves will help riders maintain a good grip

on the handlebars, and boots can cover the ankles. Although it can be tempting to forgo long pants or jackets when the weather warms, doing so can lead to painful abrasions and road burn should a fall occur. Invest in a leather jacket and pants or a highquality, durable and bright-colored material. Additional safety precautions According to Allstate(R) Insurance, 46 percent of motorcycle crashes occur at intersections. Knowing this information can help riders make more informed choices on the road. Some other important safety precautions include: * Exercise extreme caution at intersections and only go through when safe.

* Test the lights, brakes and turn signals before you make any trip. * Make sure the fuel and oil levels are at the correct levels. * Know your bike's limits. * Follow the speed limit and the rules of the road, and do not weave in and out of traffic. * Don't ride in blind spots, staying in spots where you are most visible to fellow motorists. * Always use turn signals. * Do not tailgate, as stopping distances for motorcycles, especially on slippery roads, can make stopping difficult. * Never drink and ride. Emphasizing motorcycle safety can make for an injury-free riding season.

Simple ways to cut prom costs The costs of attending the prom can start to pile up pretty fast. For cost-conscious parents and teens, a little relief from those mounting costs can go a long way toward ensuring the night is still magical but not a budget-buster. Finding ways to save money come prom season can be simple, and the following are a handful of ways parents and teens can make such a memorable night more affordable. * Rent your gown. Guys rent their tuxedos for the prom, and gals can follow suit by renting their gowns for the night. Many stores rent gowns, and since teens likely

won't wear the gown ever again, renting is more practical than spending hundreds of dollars on a dress that's destined for the closet once prom night has come and gone. * Borrow your accessories. Guys and gals can save money on accessories by borrowing certain items from Mom and Dad and other relatives. For the guys, in lieu of purchasing a fancy wristwatch or set of cuff links for the night, borrow Dad's items instead. Girls can borrow a necklace or earrings from their mother, grandmother or an older sibling. Buying accessories like jewelry for the night can be very expen-

sive while borrowing such items is free. And none of your friends will ever know the difference. * Split the cost of a limo or take Mom or Dad's car to the prom. Renting a limousine is considered a prom night tradition, so teens who must have a limo can split the cost with as many friends as possible to save some money. If a limo is beyond your budget, you can have just as much fun without the limo by borrowing Mom and Dad's car. You can still head to the prom with friends if you borrow a car instead of renting a limousine, especially if Mom or Dad happens to drive a minivan.

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Home,, Family,, Friendss & You The Kitchen Diva by Angela Shelf Medearis The fifth of May the easy way The fifth of May is known in Mexico, and cities around the United States, as Cinco de Mayo. It is a cultural holiday that celebrates the victory of the outnumbered Mexican Army, lead by General Ignacio Zaragoza Seguin, over the French at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. Often, May 5 is mistakenly called Mexican Independence Day. Actually, Mexico declared its independence more than 50 years earlier on Sept. 16, 1810 (celebrated in many cities as Diez y Seis de Septiembre). Modern celebrations feature plenty of flowers in the colors of the flag of Mexico: green, white and red. Parties and parades are held, and mariachi music and folk dancing are a traditional part of the holiday. A large variety of wonderful Mexican foods also are served. Sometimes, a celebration is the perfect time to try something new. My recipe for Spicy Taco Cups can be made in large quantities to accommodate a festive crowd. This dish also is a tasty and fun way to introduce your family to a historic celebration!

Spicy Taco Cups

This recipe makes 4 to 6 servings, but is easy to double (or quadruple) to make in large quantities. It’s a real crowd-pleaser! You can prepare the meat mixture ahead of time and store it in an airtight container in the refrigerator. You also can prepare the tortillas up to the baking step, store them in an airtight container, and re-heat and assemble your taco cups on the day of your celebration! Cooking oil spray 12 whole wheat or flour tortillas (6-inch)

2 1/2 cups shredded cooked chicken or pork, or ground beef, chicken or turkey 1 cup barbecue sauce 1 cup Pace Chunky Salsa, medium or hot, plus 1/2 cup extra for topping 1/4 teaspoon ground chipotle chili pepper or red pepper flakes 1 cup shredded Cheddar cheese 1 cup guacamole 1 sour cream 1/2 cup sliced ripe olives 1 cup chopped green onions, white parts and green tops 1. Heat oven to 350°F. Spray 12 (3-inch) muffinpan cups with cooking spray. 2. Wrap tortillas between damp paper towels. Microwave on HIGH for 30 seconds or until tortillas are warm. Fold 1 tortilla into thirds to form a cone shape. Press the tortilla cone, wide end down, into a muffin-pan cup. Repeat with remaining tortillas, rewarming the tortillas in the microwave as needed. 3. Bake for 5 minutes, or until the tortilla cones are golden. Remove tortillas from pan and cool on wire racks. If you’re making the tortilla cones ahead, store them in an airtight container after they’ve cooled. 4. Heat the meat, barbecue sauce, salsa and chipotle chili pepper in a microwave-safe bowl on high for 5 minutes until hot, or in a large saucepan over medium heat until the mixture is hot and bubbling, stirring often, about 6 to 8 minutes. 5. Spoon about 1/4 cup of meat mixture into each tortilla cone. Place salsa, cheese, guacamole, sour cream, olives and green onions in small bowls and allow your guests to top their taco cups as desired. (c) 2013 King Features Synd., Inc., and Angela Shelf Medearis

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If you, too, believe that the most perfect fruit is the strawberry, and the best possible dessert in the whole world is Strawberry Pie, then our time in the sun has arrived! Hurry, don’t delay one minute longer — within just a few short weeks, those perfect “home-grown” berries will be hard to find, and we’ll have to wait another whole year! 4 cups sliced fresh strawberries 1 (4-serving) package sugar-free strawberry gelatin 1 (4-serving) package sugar-free vanilla cook-andserve pudding mix 3/4 cup diet lemon-lime soda pop 1 (6-ounce) purchased shortbread pie crust 1/2 cup reduced-calorie whipped topping 1. In a medium bowl, mash 2 cups strawberries with a potato masher. In a medium saucepan, combine dry gelatin, dry pudding mix, soda pop and mashed strawberries. Cook over medium heat until mixture thickens and just starts to boil, stirring constantly. 2. Remove from heat. Stir in remaining 2 cups sliced strawberries. Spoon hot mixture into pie crust. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours. When serving, garnish each piece with 1 tablespoon whipped topping. Makes 8 servings. • Each serving equals: 149 calories, 5g fat, 2g protein, 24g carb., 155mg sodium, 2g fiber; Diabetic Exchanges: 1 Starch, 1 Fat, 1/2 Fruit. (c) 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.

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