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  • Florida State’s Jameis Winston, P.J. Williams chat at ACC Media Days

    July 26th, 2014

    Q. Few college athletes in history have had the kind of freshman season that you had and your team had. How hard is it not to be satisfied, and as follow-up, has Kelvin Benjamin officially made you a Panthers fan?

    JAMEIS WINSTON: Well, in your question you said it all: All team. We had a very successful season because of our team. I was blessed to have an opportunity to play with Kelvin, and no, Im still not a Panthers fan, but I am a Cam Newton and KB fan. I am an Eagles fan, to answer that.

    Q. How hard is it not to be satisfied?

    JAMEIS WINSTON: Its not hard at all. Its really easy because we always play with...

    Montco Sheriff Turns To Social Media To Corral Deadbeat Parents

    July 25th, 2014

    By Brad Segall

    NORRISTOWN, Pa. (CBS) The Montgomery County sheriff is stepping up its efforts on social media in an attempt to find deadbeat parents.

    There are nearly 250 outstanding warrants for men and women who owe back child support payments totaling in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.

    The sheriff’s department has done early-morning sweeps (see related story), but for those they can’t find, they’re hoping the public takes a look at their Facebook and Twitter accounts to see who they’re looking for.

    “Social media is very important to people’s lives, and we know certain subjects do have Facebook pages, notes Sgt. Joanne...

    Take A Trip

    July 25th, 2014

    Take A Trip

    Burlington Senior Center

    Motorcoach tours are for all ages and include taxes and gratuities. Burlington and Racine-area pickups. Call Kris Jekel at 262-895-9001 or go to www.wanderlusttoursllc.com.

    Aug. 22-23 — Shipshewana, Ind. Shoji Tabuchi in concert and “Josiah” musical with Amish dining, touring and shopping. $269.

    Sept. 22-29 — Washington, DC, and Williamsburg. $1,449. Laurel Highlands, Mount Vernon, Yorktown, Jamestown, Flight 93 Memorial.

    Oct. 12-14 — Haunted Halloween adventure at Chip-In Island Resort amp; Casino in Escanaba, Mich. $179.

    Oct. 17-20 — Louisville, Ky. Dinner cruise, river parade,...

    Play With Your Food: The Kandinsky-Inspired Fine Art Food Challenge

    July 25th, 2014

    We love to have fun with food, and as you may recall, we recently told you about a scientific experiment showing that people who ate a salad arranged like a Kandinsky painting said it tasted better and was worth more money than a typical pile of greens.

    The experiment inspired us to challenge you to tweet pictures of your food as fine art. And boy, you delivered.

    Once we saw @JustEatLifes attempt at Frida Kahlos self-portrait Roots with salmon, purple majesty mashed potatoes and nori standing in for the famous hair and brow, we started getting really hungry.

    We initially dove in with artistic determination, however, staring at salmon Frida gave us a huge laugh in the end....

    PR for SEO: Advanced Social Media Tips to Engage With Media Influencers

    July 24th, 2014

    Want to build your brand authority and trust while helping your SEO efforts? Turn to public relations. Its one of the most valuable online marketing strategies you can use, resulting in increased traffic, quality links, and a robust brand image.

    Media mentions allow you to give your content marketing efforts wings, enabling both increased brand awareness as well as third-party endorsements.

    The high-quality links resulting from these efforts are yet one more benefit. Leveraging public relations as an SEO strategy can give you a huge leg up over your competitors.

    The key to success when it comes to PR efforts is all about who you know.

    PR agencies closely guard and nurture...

    Take a trip to Tolichowki

    July 24th, 2014

    Even as half the world sat down to watch Argentina and Holland fight for a spot in the World Cup finals against Germany in the early hours of Thursday, June 11, many others headed to Yusuf Tekri Colony, Tolichowki. Reason, they wanted to experience another kind of buzz one created when folks from different corners of the city, accompanied by family, friends, colleagues or neighbours, depending on who’s in the mood, come together to savour and experience the joy of late night drives and delicious food. Although the area is already known for its ‘food court’ and a host of old and new restaurants, during Ramzan, these restaurants — tables, servers, kitchens and customers...

    Roadtrip apps: Take a trip

    July 24th, 2014

    School wont be back in session for at least another month. Thats plenty of time to take a summer road trip.  Great road trips are about seeing places youve never seen before. But its not always easy knowing where to go.

    Whether youre planning a coast-to-coast adventure or a multi-state mini trip, there are smart phone apps that will help answer those questions for you.
    Along the Way is one of those apps and its pretty easy to use.  Just tap in your start and end points and it will calculate the route.  The app lets you pick attractions like nightlife, food and recreation to tailor the stops you should make on the way to your destination.  Its a $2.99 download on iOS phones.


    Art on Main: Fine Art Walk July 18-20

    July 23rd, 2014

    A five-year-old tradition for the Stillwater art community, the Art on Main Fine Art Walk, will coincide with the Stillwater Log Jam this weekend, and organizers hope for the best.

    “Before, with the Lumberjack Days, we would close the gallery early,” said Tamarack Gallery owner Tracy Mazanec. “We think that now that the theme is more local, more local people will come down for the gallery show.”

    When organizers of the Art on Main art walk picked out the dates for the summer art walk, they didn’t consider the date of the Log Jam festival.

    “It wasn’t a concern of ours, because in the past it has been two different crowds of people,”...

    Take a trip to Dada Land: The Voyage coming to San Manuel Amphitheater

    July 23rd, 2014

    Take a trip to Dada Land: The Voyage coming to San Manuel Amphitheater

    Haddonfield Prepares For 22nd Annual Craft And Fine Art Festival

    July 23rd, 2014

    By Suzanne Monaghan

    HADDONFIELD, NJ (CBS) – The Haddonfield Crafts and Fine Art Festival returns for its 22nd year, July 12th and 13th.

    The two-day outdoor festival features artisans selling ceramics, glass, jewelry, wood, paintings, photography, and wearable art.

    If youre getting married, what a great place to look for an engagement ring. There is some beautiful high-end jewelry, Festival Director Marcy Boroff says there is free parking.

    And theres plenty to see and do.

    You can stop and listen to music, you can shop, you can have something to eat, then you can shop some more. Boroff said. You can meet an artist, find out their process, so you can spend...