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Do you look in the mirror and feel that your eyelashes aren’t quite as long as you would like them? Does it seem like other people have the luscious lashes that you desire and that nothing you try gives you the same results? Fortunately, there are a few tips and tricks that you can use to get the beautiful lashes that you want. Use Makeup Use makeup to your advantage to create an optical illusion of longer lashes. Gently create a line with eyeliner along the corner of your eye. You can apply a thin coat of powder that will…

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National Cabbage day is a day to celebrate a delicious vegetable that crosses cultural and culinary lines. Many people think of cabbage as being a distinctly Irish vegetable, but the Irish actually got it from Asia around 600 BCE. It’s one of the easiest vegetables to grow, growing wild and very cool climates and resulting in large harvests. It also store extremely well during the winter. Types of Cabbage Many people would be surprised to realize that there are several different types of vegetables in the Cabbage family. We’re talking about broccoli Kohlrabi, cauliflower, and brussel sprouts. All of these…

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Ever since 1976, our nation has officially recognized the month of February as Black History Month. This celebration originally started as a week given to enlighten the world about the history and the incredible achievements of black people. Over time, Black History Month has become a time for exploring the arts, the culture, and the contributions of African-Americans the world over. You don’t have to break the bank or spend forever planning an excursion to enjoy and celebrate this month. With just a little creativity and effort, you can have a month you will never forget. Here are some great…

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No matter what your schedule looks like this February 14th, there are ways to make the time you have to spend with your loved one a little more special. Here are a few simple ideas to get you started. Going Ham on Hearts Kick off an absolutely epic Valentine’s Stay date by absolutely hearting the place up. Whether you’re bending paperclips into functional expressions of affection or turning a giant heart into a folded envelope, handmade hearts are sure to kick start the night. For an extra special touch, consider making a giant heart out of your beau’s favorite flowers.…

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Galentine’s Day is just around the corner, and there are so many ways to celebrate the true loves of your lives: your girlfriends. Whether you decide to stay in and celebrate in low-key fashion or go out and tear up the town, you want to make sure this year’s Galentine’s Day is one to remember! Nail Party This one is perfect because it works for those girls who want to stay in, but it’s also a great reason to go out, as well! Pamper yourself from your fingers to your toes with a poppin’ pink or red polish, after soaking…

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You are getting married and want the wedding of your dreams, but you also need it to fit your budget. Here are some things that can save money on your wedding without sacrificing your vision. Minimize The Guest List You might be tempted to invite everyone you know to your wedding, but it is not the best idea. Keeping your guest list to your closest family and friends. This will make the ceremony more intimate and cut the costs of the ceremony. Invitations Make your own wedding invitations by designing and printing them yourself. You can also handwrite invitations or…

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There’s nothing better than a toasty bagel. It’s delicious for any meal or snack. Bagels are typically served with butter or cream cheese, but there are countless ways to elevate your favorite bagel into a new treat that’s sweet, savory or both. There’s a bagel topping for every taste, so don’t be afraid to experiment – bagels are a very forgiving canvas! Blueberry, Honey & Mascarpone Bagel Ingredients: • A small handful of fresh blueberries • 2-3 tbsp mascarpone cheese, to taste • Your favorite honey(we love wildflower) Perfect for: • Sweet bagels(French toast, cinnamon raisin, etc), sesame, poppy seed…

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In 1958, the Congregation Shaaray Shalom synagogue in West Hempstead, New York was completed. It was designed by world-renowned architect Percival Goodman z”l . The Congregation Shaaray Shalom celebrated the high holidays for the first time in their newly built synagogue with a special candle lighting for Hanukah 1958. Today, people continue the Hanukah tradition with an eight-day, wintertime festival of lights with a nightly menorah lighting, special prayers and fried foods like doughnuts. ZuckerBakers Bake Shop in Wantagh, even makes special doughnuts that are nut-free and dairy free just for Hanukah.

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Pennysaver is the go-to for hyper local coupons, events in your area, fun and frugal tips, and sweepstakes, making it easy to save while living your best life. Discover Pennysaver’s new and improved weekly shopper, Got it Local, with more coupons, colorful pages, and easy to read text, we encourage our readers to support the local businesses in your neighborhood that give back to the community. Savor the savings with Got it Local and shop small with our local discount coupons.

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Who doesn’t appreciate a good thirsty Thursday to help finish out the week? There are many drinks to choose from so it can get to be complicated when trying to pick the perfect drink for your Thursday evening. Here are a few drink recipes to celebrate it being Friday Eve. Lemon-Thyme Vodka Lemonade If you are looking for a drink that celebrates the summer look no further than lemon-thyme vodka lemonade. This drink is both refreshing and different than your typical lemonade. This drink takes a little bit of work, but don’t worry, it’s absolutely worth it. Ingredients • 3…

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