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Clubs of America | Mar 03, 2016

I’m talking about that inverted bump crafted into the bottom of so many plastic and glass containers.

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Clubs of America | Mar 01, 2016

No matter what kind of pizza, it’s a given that it will include some type of cheese.

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Clubs of America | Feb 28, 2016

Ever find yourself wishing you could carry on a truly intelligent conversation with other cigar smokers? Do you hesitate to put yourself out there because you just aren’t 100% sure of the terms …

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Clubs of America | Feb 26, 2016

WITH THE GROWING POPULARITY OF DARKER ROASTED COFFEE, YOU WILL SEE A VARYING SELECTION OF NOT ONLY DIFFERENT ORIGINS OF COFFEE, BUT ALSO DIFFERENT ROAST STYLES.

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Clubs of America | Feb 24, 2016

What began in 1996 as a sincere experiment of 100 cases of hand-bottled, hand-labeled beer (hand-delivered out of the back of founder Jeremy Cowan’s grandmother’s Volvo), has grown into a …

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Clubs of America | Feb 22, 2016

Belfast Bay Brewing Co. is near the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, where just about every brewery makes a red ale, unlike the U.S., where red ales are not well known.

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Clubs of America | Feb 17, 2016

It’s human nature to want to fit in . . . to belong . . . to be an integral part of “the crowd.

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Clubs of America | Feb 15, 2016

RED COMICE PEARS — Comice are among the sweetest and juiciest of all pears, and are a favorite in holiday gift boxes and baskets.

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Clubs of America | Feb 12, 2016

When the kids are fighting, traffic is bad, the boss is exceptionally unreasonable, or the funny noise the car was making turns out to be not-so-funny, reach for chocolate! STRESS: It’s been sci…

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Clubs of America | Feb 11, 2016

Your Flower of the Month is the Hawaiian Pincushion Protea.

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