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Content in the social space is continuously evolving. Among the most increasingly popular evolutions is ephemeral content—accessible for a short duration. (Think Snapchat or Instagram Stories, for example.) Ephemeral content

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Colorful Summer Meal

Looking for a fun, easy, delicious and nutritious way to brighten your summer holiday party meals? These colorful grilled veggie skewers feature onions, zucchini, and bell peppers, brushed with a

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Cause for Celebration

Our nation has a number of iconic national symbols—our flag, the national anthem, the Liberty Bell, a national motto: “In God we trust,” Uncle Sam, the Statue of Liberty, and

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In the Pink

While walking the roadside at Laurel Lake we were greeted by the blooms of mountain laurel that commanded observation, but

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Big Pharma Visits the Bayshore

This story is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement. Link to story: njspotlightnews.org/2024/05/big-pharma-pharmaceutical-companies-meet-delaware-bayshore-consider-synthetic-test-versus-using-horseshoe-crab-blood-tests/ Officials from five

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Sum-Sum-Summertime!

As the school year draws to a close in our region, I reminisce about some of the end-of-school-year traditions. Graduations and the parties with family and friends occur as the

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A Summer Favorite

When waters have remained warmer over the winter as in this year, our Memorial Day tradition is to have our first blue crab supper on that holiday. Crabs will be

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In the Pink

While walking the roadside at Laurel Lake we were greeted by the blooms of mountain laurel that commanded observation, but we also noticed that a less showy tiny aster was

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Greenwich: The Final Project

Ye gads, I’m back on Ye Greate Street!” John exclaimed. “What next?” Looking around, he appeared to be at the center of a small farming village, but there were no

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Candy Alternatives

While candies shaped like bunnies and eggs are always crowd-pleasing favorites for the Easter holiday, you can make the day extra special for kids with some less sugary treats that

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Staying Put…for Less

Experts say that with mortgage rates beginning to rise, refinancing your home now might be your last best chance to lower your monthly mortgage payment, as rates remain near all-time

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Fleeting Content

Content in the social space is continuously evolving. Among the most increasingly popular evolutions is ephemeral content—accessible for a short duration. (Think Snapchat or Instagram Stories, for example.) Ephemeral content

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Colorful Summer Meal

Looking for a fun, easy, delicious and nutritious way to brighten your summer holiday party meals? These colorful grilled veggie skewers feature onions, zucchini, and bell peppers, brushed with a

Read More »