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Tell Me Something Good: Choosing Your Wedding Music, Part 2

Part Two: Choosing Music for Your Special Dances It can be tricky choosing wedding music that both you and your guests like. In Part One of this three-part series we discussed choosing music for your ceremony, cocktails and dinner. Today we’ll discuss what to consider when choosing music for your special dances. When contemplating a…

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Music Monday: We Love The Hawks!

We’re taking a little detour from our usual Music Monday selections with a comedic song about a crew of fairweather Hawks fans. With Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals coming up tonight, there’s no better time to jump on the bandwagon if you haven’t already been following the Blackhawks’ amazing season. Listen to Chelsea…

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Tell Me Something Good: Choosing Your Wedding Music, Part 1

Choosing Music for Your Ceremony, Cocktails & Dinner  The venue is reserved, vendors are booked, and the dress bought; now it’s time to start planning the timeline and musical flow of your wedding! There are a lot of elements to consider, but in this three part series we’ll focus on choosing music that reflects your…

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Rockin' Recipes: Korean Beef Lettuce Wraps

Today we’re sharing this yummy recipe as an ode to our dear friend Rachel in South Korea! While it may not be totally authentic, this is a lean method of making delicious Korean Beef Lettuce Wraps. Mmmm! You can also try experimenting with ingredients like veggies, seeds, and sauces for new flavors and textures! Ingredients:…

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Music Monday: Red Hot Chili Peppers

Peggy’s pick has us rockin’ out to Red Hot Chili Peppers for Music Monday! This video features the Peppers playing a cover of Stevie Wonder’s Higher Ground from a 1990 David Letterman Show. Want to know what the band’s been up to lately? Well, on July 23rd they’re releasing three final sets of I’m With…

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Music Monday: Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin

No we’re not talking about the Russian president. The band, who named themselves Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin to get a few laughs out of their friends, is originally from Springfield Missouri. Thanks to their name, they were recently invited to play at the Old New Rock Festival in Yekaterinburg, Russia, near the hometown…

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