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This week on Rich Answers, Rev. Dr. Shelley Best continues her August series addressing a variety of topics during the the month. introducing "How Deep Is Your Love". Please Enjoy.
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The Common Practice That Removes All The Flavor From Your Fresh Tomatoes

If you love the taste of fresh tomatoes, stop putting them in the refrigerator! Researchers at The University of Florida found that when tomatoes are stored at the temperature kept in most refrigerators, irreversible genetic changes take place that erases some of their flavors forever. It doesn't...
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The Summer Time Snack

We have a fire pit In The yard and have it going quite a bit especially in Fall and Summer and that has us stocking up on marshmallows, chocolate and graham crackers for S'more. But what about folks that want all of the deliciousness and don't want to bother with a fire? Well, here is the answer...
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PillowTalk: Will Two Former Sweethearts Rekindle The Romance?

One can only hope for two people who used to be close, that some day they will get back together again. That maybe this time, the timing will be better. That time away will give the relationship time to breathe.Maybe that breath will provide room for clarity, insight and a second look from another...
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Combining Two Great Ideas In One Place

A married couple in Minnesota has found a way to use the same piece of land to combine two helpful ideas. Solar power and bee hives. The increase in the use of solar energy has simultaneously occurred with the alarming decrease in the honey bee population. So, Travis and Chiara Bolton have...
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Red Sox: Calling All Kids, Out of the Park 2018 and MORE!

The Red Sox Out of the Park, Student 9s, and Kid Nation programs are all part of the Red Sox’ “Calling All Kids” initiative, an ongoing effort to connect baseball to the next generation of fans. Calling All Kids aims to provide greater access to Red Sox games, enhance the kids experience at Fenway...
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PillowTalk: "It's The First Time My Heart Ever Skipped A Beat

"It was the first time my heart ever skipped a beat". That's how Chris characterized the first time he ever saw his now wife, Nancy. Chris and Nancy, Belchertown High School, class of '88. They now live in Chicopee, MA. They have known each other for 26 years and married for 22 of those years...
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Cell Phone Use Linked To Teen Depression

A study published in Clinical Psychological Science , found that increases in suicide, suicide attempts and depression were found in teens from every background including races, ethnicities and social class. Researchers found between 2010-2015, the number of U.S. teens who felt useless and joyless...
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This Movie Seeks To Answer A Life-Long Question

Just had a visit with my Veterinarian this morning and as she looked at my beagle's leg she and I both agreed Shiloh is getting a little older: 12 years old. Don't get me wrong the ol' girl is holding up, but she has most certainly slowed down. I asked my Veterinarian this question that has always...
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PillowTalk: Relationships Sailing Through A Summer Night

Oh to be nine years old again. What a great age. So much life ahead. So much to look forward to. Mom wishing for nothing but the best for her son. A huge shout out to Tyler from his mother Rachel. Tyler of Middlefield celebrated his ninth birhday on Tuesday. His mom Rachel loves him and she knows...
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