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  1. Melon, pumpkin are Kibuuka's goldRead the original story w/Photo

    48 min ago | New Vision

    By Umar Nsubuga and Claire Nanyunja Joseph Kibuuka has found the secret to earning big with water melon and pumpkins. Kibuuka decided to venture into this project after his father passed away and left him a 35-acre piece of land.


  2. Chimpanzees Might Actually Have Cooking Skills, New Study SuggestsRead the original story w/Photo

    49 min ago | Switched

    Inside every chimp might be a budding chef, just waiting for the right opportunity to show off his culinary skills. While it's long been known that chimps prefer cooked food when given the option , a new study goes even further, showing how chimps may have the patience, planning ability and understanding needed to do the cooking themselves if given the opportunity.


  3. Say no fear mongers on the passing of the biotechnology and biosafety Bill"Read the original story w/Photo

    50 min ago | New Vision

    ... and failure to handle challenges is a debt to pay for in the future" The writer is a scientist at Centre for Life sciences-Uganda The statements, comments, or opinions expressed through the use of New Vision Online are those of their respective ...


  4. John Bintz, Ski Hall of Famer who built Apple Mountain, made memories and left legacyRead the original story w/Photo

    52 min ago |

    ... me that hard work and honesty were traits that all employers expected. Those were lessons I have carried throughout my life." John Bintz's contributions to the community extended beyond his business. He served on the Thomas Township Planning ...


  5. NewsMuse say they want to turn new album 'Drones' into a musicalRead the original story w/Photo

    53 min ago | NME

    Muse have revealed that they would be open to making a West End musical version of their forthcoming album 'Drones'. The band will release their seventh studio LP on June 8, following on from 2012's 'The 2nd Law'.


  6. Profile America for June 3: Coming up rosesRead the original story w/Photo

    53 min ago | Monterey County Herald

    Wednesday, June 3rd. This is National Rose Month, celebrating America's favorite flower, grown in all 50 states.


  7. Recipe with Andy Sewell: Plaice goujons... or tasty fish fingers to you and meRead the original story w/Photo

    56 min ago | This Is South Devon

    PLAICE is only really in season between May and October, after that the fish become very skinny and their flesh a little watery. But in the summer they are nice and plumb with a beautiful orange spot.


  8. Genealogy Webinar Broadcast: Genealogy 101, Part 3 of a 3-Session Course in Beginning GenealogyRead the original story w/Photo

    58 min ago | The Columbian

    11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Clark County Genealogical Society, 717 Grand Blvd., Vancouver. Part three of a three-part series. Presenter Peggy Clemens Lauritzen discusses how to obtain and read a record, as well as examine what documents produce the best evidence of family relationships.


  9. Indian Accent restaurant to open first outlet in New YorkRead the original story

    58 min ago |

    After the success of Indian Accent restaurant here, its parent company Old World Hospitality has announced the opening of the reataurant in New York, US. The restaurant will open later this year at hotel Le Parker Meridien, New York.


  10. University riding club dishes up horse meatRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Local

    Students in LinkA ping in southern Sweden are up in arms after a university riding club held its annual party at a restaurant that specializes in horse meat. More than a thousand students have signed a petition protesting against a decision by LinkA ping University's riding club to hold its summer party at De Klomp, a Dutch eatery which dedicates 25 percent of its menu to horse meat.


  11. Lift weights to lose weightRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Fox News

    If you are losing weight solely by cutting calories, as much as 25 percent of what you lose could be muscle. That's not good considering muscle is your body's calorie-burning machine.


  12. Deadline looming for 45th annual Squamish men's tournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | North Shore News

    June 8 is the final deadline for entry into the 2015 Squamish Valley Golf Club's Men's Amateur Golf Tournament. Taking place on the weekend of June 13-14, the annual Squamish tourney has become increasingly popular with local players.


  13. Cold weather knocks out peach crop two years in a row, but family business still going strongRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Athens Banner-Herald

    ... of below-freezing temperatures just before Easter, said Paula Thomas, the younger Thomas' wife. That's a tough fact of life for peach growers, said University of Georgia professor Dario Chavez, a specialist in peaches. Growers in Middle Georgia lost ...


  14. New study suggests that humans and chimpanzees share basic brain skills needed for cookingRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Medical News

    These days, cooking dinner requires no more thought than turning a knob on a stovetop, but for early humans the notion that - simply by applying heat or fire - foods could be transformed into something both tastier and easier to digest demanded huge cognitive insight - insights often believed to be limited to humans. New evidence, however, suggests that, when it comes to cooking, humans may need to make more room at the table.


  15. VIDEO: Charity shop prepares for onslaught of bargain-hunting bridesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | This is Local London

    Bargain-loving brides can walk down the aisle in style without breaking the bank following a huge charity shop donation. The Mind in Harrow charity shop, in College Road, Harrow, has received a donation of 30 wedding dresses from London bridal boutique Pearl Bridal.


  16. Give a lasting gift to your local libraryRead the original story

    1 hr ago | The Moultrie News

    I recently wrote an obituary for a loved one. Most of the facts were easy to find, but I wasn't sure what charities my loved one had supported.


  17. Woman who was branded a 'mess' by a bullying ex drops a THIRD of...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Mail

    ... other people to get fit. 'I love it now, I really enjoy training, it helps me de-stress and it helps in every aspect of life really, it makes me more confident in everything and it's something positive.' 'It's like one big family even though ...


  18. New Study Highlights Wise Company's Commitment To Long-Term Food...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | PRWeb

    ... packaging provide adequate protection against moisture, heat or air exposure. If a food item is exposed, its shelf life will rapidly decline, therefore increasing the chance for spoiling to occur. Many long-term food competitors utilize inferior ...


  19. Maui Wowi Hawaiian Debuts Midnight KonaRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | PRWeb

    This is a time of year where most coffees go blonde, but Maui Wowi wanted to turn heads with a delicious, rich, dark roast instead. The summer heat is creating a stir at Maui Wowi Hawaiian locations across the country.


  20. School kitchen manager 'fired from Colorado school for giving...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Independent

    Roisin O'Connor is a journalist at the Independent's online editorial team, working as a reporter, app designer, sub-editor, and digital picture editor. She also reviews live music, literature and television for print and online.