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Fast Growing Boulder’s Hoplark with Hop Drinks | Deal

The founders of the fast-growing Hoplark beverage company have found out how to provide a hoppy IPA-type drink that doesn’t have much of anything. Like calorie-free. And no alcohol. The Boulder-based company, which started four years ago selling its HopTea at the Boulder Farmers Market, is riding a wave of success with distribution to Whole …

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‘Going to Eat It’: Rane Culinary Science Center Will Offer Community Food and Accommodation, as well as Student Training | Local news

BROWN TRICCIO The Tony and Libba Rane Culinary Science Center is expected to open when Auburn students return for the fall semester on August 16. The facility includes the Hey Day Market and the rooftop lounge and gardens, which will open on August 15th. The teaching restaurant, 1856, will open on August 17, while The …

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UGA’s alum blends fashion and convenience with the embroidery industry | Arts & Culture

In early 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted almost every aspect of Laura Floyd’s life. Now a former alum of the University of Georgia, her income from her part-time work in music venues during school in Athens has been cut off. Revisiting a passion for embroidery that she discovered in high school, Floyd used his free …

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Lash a go-go: beauty services that open your eyes | Deal

Amy Connolly and Carrie LaPenta run Lash a go-go in Fountain Hills, but only Connolly can provide eyelash services. “We don’t want Carrie to do her lashes,” Connolly says. “We joked about teaching her just so she could do mine, but I don’t trust her.” Before going into business together, Connolly and LaPenta have long …

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Study: Teenager Cannabis Use Increased, Mental Health Declined in States with Less Legal Restrictions | National

(The Center Square) – States that have legalized marijuana have seen increasingly potent THC products and an increase in mental health problems among teens, a newly published national study reports. The Drug Free America Foundation is the author of the study, first given to The Center Square, which reports “an association between the use of …

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