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New brewery opens in downtown Clarksville, brings new excitement

Downtown Clarksville’s Strawberry Alley Ale Works opened in early April of this year. In conjunction with the anticipation that was built up for the location, this new local family owned restaurant and brewery located by City Hall, at 103 Strawberry Alley elicits a new sense of excitement and enjoyment for ...

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23rd Annual Bread and Words offers soup, poems, short stories for students

Every November, the APSU Department of Languages and Literature hosts Bread and Words, an event to raise money for the APSU campus food bank. The event consists of dinner, pots of soup and bread provided by faculty, and a reading of student and faculty work. Barry Kitterman, Hannah Boyd, Tim ...

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The movement normalizes those who struggle, not the issues they fight

The web site for the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney diseases defines being overweight or obese as “a person whose weight is higher than what is considered as a normal weight adjusted for height.” According to stateofobesity.org, adult obesity rates in 2016 exceeded 35 percent in five ...

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Adulting 101: Five recipes every young adult should know

Maybe it will be a date and you really want to impression the other person. Maybe your parents will want to come and visit your new apartment (that you totally picked out using advice from last week’s blog). Maybe you will have a little extra money one week and want ...

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Give Us Our Thanksgiving Back

  ​Thanksgiving, the holiday that most people skip. Some go from taking down their Halloween decorations to putting up their Christmas tree. Mankind has seemed to forget about this holiday that we call Thanksgiving, and because they have forgotten it, it has made businesses forget it too. It’s November, which ...

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And God said, ‘Tip thy server 18 percent’

»Ronniesia Reed –Staff Writer Recently, an Applebee’s server in St. Louis posted a picture of a co-worker’s receipt on Reddit.com that said the words, “I give God 10 percent. Why do you get 18?” After posting this, the worker, Chelsea Welch, was fired from her serving position. Alois Bell was ...

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