MOORE, Oklahoma - The competition team of Kristina’s Studio of Dance in Sherman competed at the 8 National Talent Competition at Moore High School in Moore, Oklahoma April 30 through May 1. The competition included more than 200 routines performed by students from studios in Texas and Oklahoma.
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CHICAGO — In a dramatic culture change, living with mom and dad has become the most common arrangement for young adults — especially men.
True story: I sent one of my more recent books to a radio talk-show host who, in turn, gave it to one of her “readers,” asking him to extract appropriate questions.
As is common, a group of long-time friends recently gathered for a meal and lively conversation at Angela’s Cafe in Denison. Less common is the fact that the women were celebrating their organization’s 100th birthday.
Whether it’s a mini graduation out of kindergarten, the big high school farewell or the culmination of years of hard work in college, it’s that time of the year.
When it comes to skin care, our face usually gets all the attention. But there’s a whole world of products out there that lightly exfoliate and intensely hydrate the skin on your body — and we think it’s time to turn the spotlight on these under-the-radar finds. While you can reach for a grainy exfoliator and apply a thick, heavy body cream afterward, these new products are made with high-tech, skin-loving ingredients you’d usually only find in products for your complexion. Because who doesn’t want baby-soft skin all over? From fading stretch marks to an exfoliating self-tanner, keep reading to see our top picks for super-smooth skin.
Normally, we denizens of the sumptuously appointed Headquarters of Prep School Inc. try to avoid covering similar topics too closely together. Last month’s column on pancakes, however, garnered so much enthusiasm for the Flat Food Group that we decided to eschew tradition and have another go at the horizontal victuals. Today, we give you the quesadilla.
They say we first eat with our eyes.
Sugar, spice and everything nice — and an accidental dash of “Chemical X.” These were the ingredients needed to create the beloved 1990s cartoon “The Powerpuff Girls.” Now, more than 15 years after its debut, the Cartoon Network has turned back to that formula for a new “Powerpuff Girls.”