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“The Sunday Political Brunch”—July 24, 2016—“The Sunday Political Brunch” -- July 24, 2016

Great Places to Get Ice Cream in Central MA—Great Places to Get Ice Cream in Central…

Exit 17 Belmont Street Off-Ramp to be Closed Sunday & Monday—Exit 17 Belmont Street Off-Ramp to be Closed…

Fit For Life: I Can’t Settle – Neither Should You—Fit For Life: I Can’t Settle – Neither…

Burger King’s Fattiest Menu Items—Burger King's Fattiest Menu Items

The Most Common Baby Names of Jewish Origin—The Most Common Baby Names of Jewish Origin

Trump’s Turnaround: June Marks Best Fundraising Month So Far—Trump’s Turnaround: June Marks Best Fundraising Month So…

Ivanka Trump Addresses Republican National Convention - See Her Speech Here—Ivanka Trump Addresses Republican National Convention - See…

Worcester Man Charged With Murder in Shooting Death of Marie Martin—Worcester Man Charged With Murder in Shooting Death…

Donald Trump Addresses Republican National Convention - See Speech Here—Donald Trump Addresses Republican National Convention - See…

 
 

“The Sunday Political Brunch”—July 24, 2016

Sunday, July 24, 2016

The Republican National Convention is in the books, and now it’s on to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Both candidates have picked running mates. Pretty soon we’ll be in full-bore campaign mode, heading to November. Let’s “brunch” on that this week:

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slides: Great Places to Get Ice Cream in Central MA

Sunday, July 24, 2016

With National Ice Cream month winding down and the weather heating up, GoLocalWorcester has put together a list of some of the best places in Central Massachusetts to get your ice cream fix. 

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Graham Nash was a Highlight at the Newport Folk Festival Saturday

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Not surprisingly, Day 2 of the 2016 Newport Folk Festival defied expectations. Anyone who still thinks folk music is simply a singer and a guitar is sadly mistaken. Not that we didn’t see a few great singers with guitars, but the wide range of music this festival brings is staggering. From a punk rock diva, to R&B standouts, to traditional country, Saturday at Newport Folk had a little bit of everything. GoLocal Music Critic Ken Abrams and Rick Farrell of Mojo Photography were there and share a few snapshots of the festivities.

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Exit 17 Belmont Street Off-Ramp to be Closed Sunday & Monday

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Worcester Police have given a heads up on construction on the Belmont Street Bridge that will be taking place starting on Sunday into Tuesday. 

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Fit For Life: I Can’t Settle – Neither Should You

Sunday, July 24, 2016

I see it all the time, people settling or even worse, striving for mediocrity. I say, why settle for being average when greatness isn't that far away. The difference between good and great is just a matter of putting in a little more effort. One extra degree of effort usually tips the scale from good to great, but this day and age, most people aren’t willing to do it, and they settle for average.

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Burger King’s Fattiest Menu Items

Sunday, July 24, 2016

With a name like Burger King, it’s clear that this fast-food chain was never gunning for the spot of America’s healthiest eatery.

Though burgers may be their claim to fame, since its inception in 1953 the menu has evolved to include various other options, such as chicken nuggets and breakfast sandwiches.

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The Most Common Baby Names of Jewish Origin

Sunday, July 24, 2016

According to the Jewish Data Bank, while the Jewish population in the U.S. hovers near 6.7 million – about 2 percent of the entire population – names of the same origin, such as Asher or Ari, have spiked in popularity throughout the U.S. When naming your new bundle of joy, you may forgo an Irish or German name, and instead consider choosing a noteworthy moniker with Jewish roots.

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slides: 2016 Newport Folk Festival - Friday Highlights

Kris Kristofferson Made a Surprise Appearance at the Newport Folk Festival Friday

Saturday, July 23, 2016

It was a hazy, hot and folky Friday as the Newport Folk Festival got off to a spectacular start. Indie acts ruled the day until a surprise guest, legendary songwriter Kris Kristofferson arrived for a full set on the Museum Stage. While the multi-talented Ray Lamontagne was rocking the Fort Stage, Kristofferson strummed the folk rock classic "Me and Bobby McGee" creating new memories for Folk Festival diehards. Orher highlights included a really stunning set from Case/Lang/Viers and the Violent Femmes opening with their classic "Blister in the Sun." GoLocal Music Critic Ken Abrams and Mojo Photography's Rick Farrell bring you all the highlights.

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Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: Summer Garden Vacations

Saturday, July 23, 2016

To so many now is the penultimate garden season. All is lush, sunflowers reach skywards, their golden blooms follow the sun’s arc across the day. Annuals are in full bloom, perennial balloon flowers offer cool blue accents and all seek shelter under cool shady arbors.

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Trump’s Turnaround: June Marks Best Fundraising Month So Far

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Following dismal fundraising totals in May for Donald Trump's campaign, the Republican Party’s presidential nominee turned it around in June, collecting $26,721,706. That is by far his largest one-month haul of the campaign.

The latest data from the Federal Election Commission and the Sunlight Foundation, released July 20, also reveals the Trump campaign spent just $7.8 million. That provides a crucial boost to the campaign’s cash-on-hand figure, which now stands at about $20.2 million. For perspective, in May, Trump had just shy of $1.3 million in the bank.

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