The library is open. 1. “Work” View this image ” Logo / Via fyeahrupaul.tumblr.com What it usually means: Mental or physical activity as a means of earning income; employment. What it means to gay men: A congratulatory declaration of support, praise or approval usually yelled with
Kyrie Irving has been killing it in the month of June. After months of having people question whether he was a “real” point guard, the Cleveland Cavaliers stargot his swag back and put Steph Curry’s MVPcredibility six feet under with this shot: After winning Game 7 and helping the Cavs make
Members of GetEQUAL, a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender organization, stage a protest on Capitol Hill on May 20, 2010 in Washington, DC.Image: Alex Wong/Getty Images Fifty years after The Feminine Mystique and 40 years after Title IX, the question of why women lag in the workplace dogs
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1. Harrisville, Michigan’s Duck Race View this image ” If you’re a sucker for a duck race, then head over to Harrisville, Michigan this Fourth of July to cheer on the cute plastic critters at their annual Fourth of July Duck Race! 2. Harrisville, Wisconsin’s BBQ & Tractor Pull! View
1. Harrisville, Michigan’s Duck Race
If you’re a sucker for a duck race, then head over to Harrisville, Michigan this Fourth of July to cheer on the cute plastic critters at their annual Fourth of July Duck Race!
2. Harrisville, Wisconsin’s BBQ & Tractor Pull!
Over at Harrisville, Wisconsin, their 4th of July Celebration features a parade at 11AM, a chicken BBQ, country-western band and a tractor/truck pull. How more Midwest can you get?!
3. Morton, Minnesota’s Bean Bag Tournament!
1st Annual Bean Bag Tournament in Morton, MN on July 4th. Register in City Park, at the beer garden, by 12 pm (noon) games start at 1 pm. 100% Payouts based on number of teams. $20 registration fee per team. Other events in park include softball and kickball tournaments, kids activities, Fire Department Pork Chop Feed, Bingo, raffles and fireworks at dusk.
4. Cincinnati’s Eckerlin Meats for BBQ!
In Cincinnati, Eckerlin Meats at Findlay Market will take care of all your grilling needs. From Bierwurst to Baby Back Ribs, this family-owned, old-fashioned butcher shop has a wide selection of mouth-watering meats, guaranteed to please the palate of the most discerning of carnivore. You should also try their world-famous, award-winning goetta.
5. Boozin’ at New Holland Brewery!
New Holland Brewery was established in 1997 and since then grown significantly “from a scrappy two-man start-up to a thriving regional craft brewery and craft distillery.” Definitely a great brew to quench your 4th of July thirst!
6. Bourbon at Woodford Reserve!
Woodford Reserve is for the bourbon aficionado. When beer and wine coolers just won’t cut it, head down to this Bourbon Trail distillery for a taste of refined Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey.
7. Gateway Arch Fireworks!
Fireworks by Gateway Arch (St. Louis, MO). This year, Fair St. Louis festivities take place July 4, 5 & 6 under the Gateway Arch. There are activities for kids of all ages, food for every taste and thrilling air shows. Also, don’t miss free concerts by Trace Adkins, Bret Michaels and the Counting Crows.
8. Milwaukee’s US Bank Fireworks!
US Bank Fireworks at the Lakefront (Milwaukee, WI). This year the fireworks take place on July 3 at dusk (about 9:25pm). You’re invited to ”watch the skies light over the lakefront in Milwaukee for 60 minutes of ‘oohs and aahs’.” This fireworks display is an hour-long, and very popular, so plan to arrive early.
9. Cincinnati’s “All American Birthday Party Fireworks”!
Last, but certainly not least, Cincinnati’s “All American Birthday Party Fireworks” at Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove. Plan to get there early to enjoy this epic fireworks display. Show starts at 10PM.
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Kim Kardashian is having a baby shower and its almost as ridiculous as Helen Harris’ bridal shower invitation from Bridesmaids. The only thing missing is the live butterfly. Among the most ridiculous details are that the attire is Garden Chic and it came in a jewelry box with a dancing ballerina
Kim Kardashian is having a baby shower and its almost as ridiculous as Helen Harris’ bridal shower invitation from Bridesmaids. The only thing missing is the live butterfly. Among the most ridiculous details are that the attire is Garden Chic and it came in a jewelry box with a dancing ballerina that looks like Kim and it’s set to the tune of Kanye’s song Hey Mama – Lullaby Style. Considering the song is about a son making money to support his mom who used to be broke and went through a tough hood upbringing, this shit’s super relatable to Kim and her progeny. When I say Hey you say Mama.
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http://twitter.com/#!/cinnamon_carter/status/178413550509891584 A snippet: The old farmer stereotype of a white guy in overalls has at least one truth to it: The majority of farmers in the U.S. are white males. Yet a growing number of women are joining their ranks. Women now run about 14 percent
The old farmer stereotype of a white guy in overalls has at least one truth to it: The majority of farmers in the U.S. are white males. Yet a growing number of women are joining their ranks.
Women now run about 14 percent of the nation’s farms, up from only 5 percent in the 1980s. Most female-run farms tend to be smaller and more diverse, and many are part of the burgeoning organic and local foods movement.
Women have long been involved in agriculture, but even just a generation ago, it was harder for women to take leadership roles on the farm.
“Girls could grow up to be farmers’ wives, but for a woman to actually consider herself to be farmer or grow up to be farmer, that wasn’t in the script,” says Helen Gunderson, who grew up in a farming family in northern Iowa. Now Gunderson lives in a one-story white ranch house in a quiet neighborhood in Ames, and she has turned her half-acre yard into a garden and chicken run.
Is it too late for them to apply for Pigford cash?