Honey, they shrunk graham crackers! | Editorial

When my sons were teenagers, my wife worked early in the morning for a while, so I was responsible for getting them ready for school. This included breakfast, so I made a nutritious daily feast of graham crackers, topped with peanut butter and chocolate chips. (It’s me, Mr. Health Food.) …

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In the (house) with Ed: Holiday cactus

Well, dear reader, it’s your lucky day. A day to remember. I’m about to tell you how you can tell the difference between a Thanksgiving cactus and a Christmas cactus. Indeed! Most people have no trouble pairing a poinsettia with Christmas and an Easter lily with Easter. Holiday cacti are …

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Ten Local Sparkling Wines To Try During Australia’s Champagne Shortage | Australian food and drink

We are in the midst of a champagne shortage and while there is a lot of talk about why this is the case, industry experts say there are several factors at play. Emperor Champagne CEO Kyla Kirkpatrick says mass domestic consumption and supply issues have created the perfect storm. “You …

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The Holiday Inn in Irving Berlin is a joy for the family

Drury Lane, Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn, a story based on the beloved Bing Crosby / Fred Astaire film, is about an entertaining song and dance trio of Jim Hardy, Ted Hanover and Lila Dixon. They perform at a club in New York; However, Jim decides to ask Lila to marry …

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KVIC launches project in Assam to prevent elephant-human conflict

Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) launched a project to reduce conflict between elephants and humans by using bees in Assam, nine months after its launch in Karnataka. As part of the RE-HAB (Reducing Elephant-Human Attacks using Bees) project, fences are created by installing bee nesting boxes on elephant passages …

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Where do western honey bees come from? – Eurasia Review

For decades, scientists have vehemently debated the origin of the western honey bee. Today, new research from York University has discovered that these popular honey-producing bees are likely native to Asia. From there, the western bee (Apis mellifera) spread independently in Africa and Europe, creating seven geographically and genetically distinct …

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The Real Dirt – Christmas Cactus, Rainforest Cactus

Imagine a remote, mountainous rainforest along the ocean coast. Wisps of fog float through the trees as cascades of colorful flowers descend from plants perched high on tree branches. It is about the Mata Atlântica or Atlantic forest of Brazil, high place of biodiversity and cradle of the Christmas cactus …

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Dabur Honey Promotes Empowerment and Inclusion in New Campaign, Marketing & Advertising News, AND BrandEquity

A photo from the commercial On the occasion of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Dabur Honey launched a media campaign entitled ‘Shuddhata Sabke Liye‘. He unveiled a film to promote the concepts of empowerment, inclusion and equal opportunities for all. The movie portrayed an independent and empowered blind …

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The meaningful mode of travel

This article is sponsored by TBWA Singapore. For decades, tourism has been defined by volume – with cut-and-paste routes, cheap flights and more affordable accommodation, allowing frequent travel. Singapore residents’ outbound departures increased year over year, from 7.7 million in 2011 to 10.6 million in 2019. Then came the pandemic. …

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Teaching entrepreneurship to students with neurodiverse diseases

Professor Andrew Corbett visited Vermont this fall and spoke to neurodiverse students with learning differences, including commercial beekeeper Lucas Sillars, founder of Luke’s Bees. “Some of the early research shows that individuals like this can actually become very good entrepreneurs,” said Corbett, Paul T. Babson Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies …

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