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In “Death on Eat Street,” Zoe Chase finally has taken a giant leap toward her dream of opening her own restaurant, despite the disapproval of her posh parents and sexist ex. For now it’s just a dingy diner and a rickety food truck, but she’s beginning to make a name in the community with her inventive and addictive biscuit bowls. But when her biggest rival is found murdered in her truck, Zoe finds herself at the center of a tangled criminal investigation involving everyone from a celebrity chef to a former president.

“The Pickled Piper” by Mary Ellen Hughes “Death on Eat Street” by JJ Cook Reviewed by Ealish Waddell Sometimes there’s nothing as tasty as a good cozy mystery, and two recent food-themed titles offer some juicy plots for armchair sleuths to chew on. The hamlet of Cloverdale seems to have taken a shine to newly transplanted resident Piper Lamb and the homemade concoctions she sells in her shop, Piper’s Picklings. But then “The Pickled Piper,” aka the town bully, is found dead in Piper Lamb’s pickle barrel, and suspicion falls instantly on her assistant’s bohemian boyfriend. Piper and her neighbors throw themselves into playing detective, trying to clear his name, but as more townspeople are murdered and attacks of vandalism against Piper herself begin to escalate, she begins to fear that she may be the villain’s next target.

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A great group of kids just gave us another reason to believe the next generation will be great citizens of the world. The grade 7 class at St. Agnes School had a month long Action Plan to raise money for the Humane Society within their school community. The students had one of the shelter staff visit the class, followed by a field trip to the Shelter to see the animals they were helping. These enterprising young people contacted local businesses such as Superstore, Maple Leaf Bakery, Bunsmaster Bakery and Tim Hortons, who generously donated items for the students to hold a bake sale and twice-weekly freezie sales. Students also baked their own items to sell. With the help of their hungry student customers, the class raised $457.30! The students loved having the chance to meet Fatboy and all his friends. Thanks, Grade 7s, you did an amazing job and you are making a difference to pets in need. It is wonderful to see such community spirit.

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RELIC / AKA /RELMCCOY Take the following ingredients. 1.Emcee 2. D.J. 3. Producer 4. Engineer 5.Singer Combine these five into a single creative mind, and you have an artist that, well… does a lot of stuff. Now add a can of “ Do it real real good “ and you’re getting close. Add to this, husband, father, and entrepreneur and you have an idea of what makes up the artist known as Relic. You have to admit,the whole thing sort of makes the term “Triple Threat” feel like it showed up in jean shorts for a black tie affair. Rel is not your fly by night rapper, but rather holds the mic with the presence of an old school veteran emcee, shaping words into hard hitting projectiles that just hurt so good. As if that wasn’t enough, he incorporates a brand of singing that is soulful and genuine. Savage listeners are tamed, of whom, not a few wish they hadn’t brought their girlfriend along. That being said, Rel‘s 2013 Independent Music award nomination for best album in the hip hop category was well deserved. In the last 3 years, Rel has been on 7 tours spanning across Canada and the U.S., and played numerous shows in his native southern Ontario. The traction with live shows and social media presence has helped Relic and producer Fresh Kils land an album grant from the Ontario Arts Council in late 2012. His honest and soulful approach to music can be clearly heard on Rel’s latest self produced record, GOLDEN. From one release to the next, Rel McCoy continues to embody the bold and vulnerable spirit of hip hop culture, with unrelenting tenacity.

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In keeping with our theme of spices, Tidbits now zeroes in on the culinary and medicinal benefits of garlic. • Garlic, or Allium sativum, is a member of the onion genus, along with shallots, leeks, and chives. A full-grown garlic plant is about 24 inches (60 cm) tall and yields between 8 and 20 bulbs. It’s one of the oldest cultivated food plants, and its use dates back over 7,000 years. Pictures of garlic have been found on ancient Egyptian tombs and the Greek physician Hippocrates promoted its therapeutic benefits for respiratory and digestion problems, low energy, and eliminating parasites. Olympic athletes in ancient Greece were fed garlic, probably to enhance their performance. • The list of the health benefits of garlic goes on and on. Research has shown the cardiovascular benefits of garlic, as well as a reduction in cholesterol levels. It seems to help regulate blood sugar levels and prevent complications of diabetes. It has antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral properties, and was

used as an antiseptic to prevent gangrene during World Wars I and II. In a study conducted by China’s Center for Disease Control, people who ate raw garlic twice a week had a 44% lower risk of developing lung cancer. Some naturopaths advocate its use for the prevention of prostate, breast, stomach, and colon cancers. • Of course, the downside of ingesting large quantities of garlic is halitosis – bad breath! – as well as sweat that has a pungent smell. This is cause by Allyl Methyl Sulfide, a sulfurcontaining gas that is released when you eat garlic. • Helsinki, Finland is home to Kynsilaukka, a restaurant that caters to garlic lovers. Even its name translates to “clove leek.” They serve all things garlic, including beer, ice cream, and cheesecake. In the U.S., San Francisco boasts “The Stinking Rose,” a restaurant where every menu item features garlic. No wonder their marketing slogan is “Follow your nose to the Stinking Rose.” • Garlic isn’t just for seasoning and medicinal benefits. Even the sticky juice found within

the bulb cloves is useful as an adhesive in mending glass and porcelain. • If you don’t have fresh garlic for your recipes, garlic powder can be used, although it does have a different taste. If you do substitute the powder for the fresh, 1/8 teaspoon of garlic powder is the equivalent of one clove of fresh garlic. • Much of the U.S.’s garlic supply is produced in and around Gilroy, California, which has been dubbed “Garlic Capital of the world.” A single farm in the area produces nearly 25 million pounds (11,340,000 kg) annually. Every July, this community of 50,000 hosts the Gilroy Garlic Festival, a celebration that has raised almost $9 million for assorted local charities since its founding in 1979. • Although Gilroy calls itself the garlic capital, it’s nowhere near the world’s top producer. Over 77% of the world’s garlic is grown in China, about 23 billion pounds (10.4 billion kg) worth. India is a distant second with 4.1%, followed by South Korea at 2%. The U.S. produces just 1.6% of the world’s garlic, with some grown in every state except Alaska.

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~ Community Events ~ MONDAY, JUNE 23 TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services (107-110 Ominica Street West, Moose Jaw) Open 2-5pm. Closed on Holidays. 3RD ANNUAL FUN IN THE SUN PAGEANT Regina is hosting 3RD ANNUAL FUN IN THE SUN PAGEANT, under the umbrella of Miss All Canadian Pageants at Regina Hungarian Club! We are now accepting registrations for boys, girls and even adults! In other words ? ALL AGES! This is a natural pageant - no glitz or false anything. It’s about believing in yourself and having fun! Everyone that registers before the deadline will be entered in for discounts and extra prizes. There are also discounts available for bringing a friend or family member! For information or to register - email prairiepageants@ You may also call 306-502-3039 or like us on facebook prairiepageants. TUESDAY, JUNE 24 TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services, 107-110 Ominica Street West from 2-4pm. Closed on Holidays. TAPS TOASTMASTER MEETING Join us from 7-8:30pm for a friendly cheerful way to get used to speaking and writing speeches. Also, as a result, your self esteem as well as public speaking will improve. Located in the SIAST Board Room. Contact Cathy Morrell at 306-630-7015. 3RD ANNUAL FUN IN THE SUN PAGEANT Continues, refer to Monday for details. RELAY FOR LIFE MEETING A meeting will be held at the Heritage Inn to let the community and surrounding areas for Moose Jaw Relay for Life to be held October 3, 2014 at YARA Centre. Team registrations, survivor registrations will be available. You can meet this year’s committee and learn what RELAY FOR LIFE is! Contact at Dayna 306-690-6534 or Crystal at 306-631-1000 for more information. KEN DALGARNO BOOK LAUNCH & AUTHOR This event is a book launch and author reading for Ken Dalgarno at the Moose Jaw Public Library from 7-9pm. His book, ‘Badlands: a geography of metaphors’ published by Red Deer Press will be released across Canada in June. Reading and slide show will be following by a reception. Everyone is invited. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25 TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services, 107-110 Ominica Street West from 2-4pm. Closed on Holidays. 3RD ANNUAL FUN IN THE SUN PAGEANT Continues, refer to Monday for details. UNPLANNED PREGNANCY COUNSELLING Join us at the Informed Choices Pregnancy Center located at 251A High St. for a non judgemental unplanned pregnancy options counselling. For more information text Laurie at 306-690-8462 of email BIG COUNTRY TOASTMASTERS CLUB Toastmasters is an organization that encourages

personal growth through public speaking and leadership. Located in the SIAST Board Room from 7–8:30pm. For more information contact Gisele Perrault at 306-681-3937. TOPS TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY TOPS Club, Inc. is the original, non-profit, weightloss support and wellness education organization. Our program is scientifically proven and has helped millions over the last 60+ years. This event repeats every Wednesday. Please email Carla at sk2149@ LAWN BOWLING Join us in Moose Jaw’s beautiful Crescent Park at 7pm. Come 15-20 minutes early so the teams can be drawn. The whole family (from 8 years old and up) Why? Because it is a good way to make new friends and to keep old friendships going, it’s good exercise, a good excuse to be outside in the evening, you can choose your evenings to play and it is fun. There are three free lessons to get you started. There is no dress code, although comfortable flat heeled shoes are recommended. Coffee night every Friday. THURSDAY, JUNE 26 TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services, 107-110 Ominica Street West from 2-4pm. Closed on Holidays. 3RD ANNUAL FUN IN THE SUN PAGEANT Continues, refer to Monday for details. THE SCOTT WOODS CONCERT The Scott Woods Concert is located in St. Andrews United Church Social Hall at 7pm. Tickets for adults are $25, children under 12 are $10. Tickets are available at the Church office Mon - Fri - 9-11:30 & 1 - 2:30pm. COSMO BBQ Come and enjoy the food, the fun and the music. HAPPY HOUR 4-5pm. BBQ from 5-7pm. Cost is $8 (BBQ only).. ROYAL CANADIAN ARMY CADETS This event is for 12 - 18 year old youth male and female, who are looking for new adventures. We work on skills such as teamwork, leadership and citizenship. Come check us out on Thursday evenings at the Moose Jaw Armouries or contact the Moose Jaw Armouries at 306-692-0551. FRIDAY, JUNE 27 TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services, 107-110 Ominica Street West from 2-4pm. Closed on Holidays. 3RD ANNUAL FUN IN THE SUN PAGEANT Continues, refer to Monday for details. PANCAKE BREAKFAST Start your day with a “hearty” breakfast pancake breakfast from 8 – 10am at Timothy Eaton Garden. $6 per person. GHOST TOURS & TALES OF MURDER ABOARD THE MOOSE JAW TROLLEY Step into Moose Jaw’s dark side and hear about local ghosts and true crime stories. Only $15 per person! Contact tourism Moose Jaw at 306-693-8097. RINGSIDE WRESTLING The summer is set to kick off with a bang when Ringside

Wrestling returns to Moose Jaw at the Zion Church Gym (423 Main St. N.) with “Summer Heatwave”! Advance Tickets are available at: Zion Church Office – 423 Main St. N. Ultimate Fanzone – 37 B Main St. N.Or by Call/Text 306-631-6664. ROYAL CANADIAN ARMY CADETS This event is for 12 - 18 year old youth male and female, who are looking for new adventures. We work on skills such as teamwork, leadership and citizenship. Come check us out on Thursday evenings at the Moose Jaw Armouries or contact the Moose Jaw Armouries at 306-692-0551. UNPLANNED PREGNANCY COUNSELLING Join us at the Informed Choices Pregnancy Center located at 251A High St. for a non judgemental unplanned pregnancy options counselling. For more information text Laurie at 306-690-8462 of email SATURDAY, JUNE 28 3RD ANNUAL FUN IN THE SUN PAGEANT Continues, refer to Monday for details. GHOST TOURS & TALES OF MURDER ABOARD THE MOOSE JAW TROLLEY Step into Moose Jaw’s dark side and hear about local ghosts and true crime stories. Only $15 per person! Contact tourism Moose Jaw at 306-693-8097. GRAVELBOURG FUN RUN Join us in gravelbourg as we hold a 5km or 10km walk/run from 2-8pm! Register now by calling 306650-7711 or sending an email to estcot@hotmail. com. SUNDAY, JUNE 29 3RD ANNUAL FUN IN THE SUN PAGEANT Continues, refer to Monday for details. LAWN BOWLING Join us in Moose Jaw’s beautiful Crescent Park at 7pm. Wednesday and Friday. Come 15-20 minutes early so the teams can be drawn. The whole family (from 8 years old and up) Why? because it is a good way to make new friends and to keep old friendships going, it’s good exercise, a good excuse to be outside in the evening, you can choose your evenings to play and it is fun. There are three free lessons to get you started. There is no dress code, although comfortable flat heeled shoes are recommended. CHURCH AT NEW LIFE CENTER We are a family focused church hoping to be an encouragement to all who desire to follow Jesus. Let us walk with you. Contact Pastor Fred at 306-6936336 for more information. PREBSTERIAN CHURCH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church is celebrating 130 years of Presbyterian worship in Moose Jaw. Guest speaker is Rev. Stewart Folster. Luncheon will follow the service. All welcome. For info call 306-693-0843. UPCOMING EVENTS 2ND ANNUAL MOSSBANK SHOW & SHINE $10.00 registration fee, all vehicles welcome to attend. Proceeds to Furrows & Faith Retirement Villa. Lots of prizes. All day barbeque.Blacksmithing at the Musuem. Events planned for the children.

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