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The Grainfather is the next big thing to take on the homebrewing (and distilling) market, and we'll be launching it at Beervana (22-23 August) as well as using it at the ever popular Homebrew Masterclass! This breakthrough product, comparable to the
John's wort, the leading complementary and alternative treatment for depression in the United States, can be dangerous when taken with many commonly prescribed drugs, according to a study by researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. The
It's amazing, the furor that one woman's genitalia can generate. ArtFido has posted amazing footage of Luxembourgian performance artist Deborah de Robertis plopping down in front of Gustav Courbet's painting "The Origin of the World" and exposing
What is Angela Merkel planning when she eventually leaves her job as German chancellor, leading Europe's biggest economy? The top job at the United Nations apparently isn't on the agenda, her office says. Merkel's spokesman Steffen Seibert curtly
Cost $5.00 Go to www.mwdr.org for more information or to register for the Doxie Dash...Street, Chicago May 24, 2014 , 10:00am to 3:00pm Awaken the Entrepreneur in you and attend The Self Employment Expo to start your own business. Free Seminars on
Now they want to help you join the club with a "Homebrewing 101" class on Tuesday, March 25, starting at 6:30 . The class is aimed at novices and beginners and should last a little more than three hours. For just $30, you'll benefit from Craft Brewed'
The risk applies to the combined and progesterone-only pill and contraceptive implants like Implanon...St John's wort ( Hypericum perforatum ) is a herbal medicine traditionally used to relieve slightly low mood and mild anxiety. It is made from a
Community Television volunteer Barbara Vedder credits Soglin with the idea for a partnership with the Madison Public Library that rescued the volunteer-run station from the brink of disaster . Social Justice Center on Willy Street, but it now
Last original weekday Peanuts comic strip published, 2000. \n\n Wisconsin Triennial \n Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, through Jan. 5 \n It\'s your last chance to see MMoCA\'s survey of the best in Wisconsin art, so don\'t put it off any longer.