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Religious events in Southwest Michigan: Sambodh Retreat Center, Kalamazoo Gospel Mission, and more
A look at religious events and activities over the next few days from across Southwest Michigan.
The Kalamazoo Gazette | Saturday 24th of July 2010 05:05:18 AM

Bobbie's Buzz: Sweets on a stick
It used to be that when you wanted to enjoy a snack on a stick, you had to settle for carnival fare like cotton candy or corn dogs. Fortunately, those days are behind us and a new wave is taking over — stylish sweets on sticks!
MSNBC: allDay | Friday 23rd of July 2010 08:55:58 AM

Snowballs served with a smile at longtime Woodstock stand
Longtime stand in Woodstock still a family affair The Snowball Stand in Woodstock, which has been serving up frozen treats since 1975, is also a summer classroom for its owners' kids. They actively promote their flavors of the day on Facebook and have 3,0
Baltimore Sun | Saturday 24th of July 2010 09:58:39 PM

Feeling adventurous? Strangest state fair food
From deep-fried pig ears to mealworm-covered candied apples, state fairs offer up some of America’s strangest food.
MSNBC | Monday 26th of July 2010 08:19:28 AM

All ages turn Riley Co. Fair into tradition
By: Hilary Burton For one week every summer, Pottorff Hall and the area surrounding it are transformed into a colorful array of lights, sounds, people and livestock: the Riley County Fair. Exhibits are judged and displayed in Pottorff Hall, and 4-H member
Kansas State Collegian | Wednesday 28th of July 2010 01:00:12 AM

Carnival's sights and sounds
"We got a winner! We got a winner!" That was volunteer firefighter Brian Grodsky bellowing that Nicole Kyle, 12, was $2 richer. Grodsky's booming voice broke through the sights and sounds of last week's 72nd annual Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department Carniv
Arbutus Times | Wednesday 28th of July 2010 07:42:45 AM

Arrowhead, the K are among stadium food operations checked by ESPN
When it comes to health-code violations at professional sports stadiums, it’s safe to say that not everyone bats a thousand. Indeed, a new report by ESPN shows that stadium food services have their share of hits and misses.
The Kansas City Star | Tuesday 27th of July 2010 10:43:01 PM

Fair food: Cheap and local
Globs of grease glistening curly fries. Triple-decker turtle sundaes walloped in whipped cream. Hot dogs the size of small animals.
The World | Wednesday 28th of July 2010 01:10:28 PM