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Akron, OH, United States

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WQMX Concert Quick Reference

  Reference list of WQMX Country Concerts 2014 The Band Perry July 31st@ Medina County Fair  Rascal Flatts August 1 @ Blossom  Luke BryanAugust 21 @ Blossom  Luke Bryan August 22@ Blossom  [ ... ]

Daily Scoop for week of July 28

Today is Tell us Something Good Tuesday and also National Chicken Wing Day,  Lasagna Day and National Rain Day Also, it is the anniversary of the – Royal Wedding: Prince Charles/ Lady Diana Spencer were married in 1981. Birthdays – Martina McBride is 48 Starbucks is working on an [ ... ]

LOCAL GOLF - Dewsweeper Golf Course Review - Maplecrest

Course:  Maplecrest Golf Course Location: Kent/Tallmadge/Brimfield area - Portage County Directions: 219 Tallmadge Rd, Kent - Right off I-76  15 minutes from Akron 50 from Cleveland Dewsweepers Tee Time Was: 645

DVD - New Streaming and DVD July 29

This week two very big movie are available to you for home use.  One is a big action epic that stirred a bit of controversy. The other, an adult comedy that had a ton of hype, and some good success.

MOVIE REVIEW - Hercules

Here comes the second attempt to get us interested in the legendary Hercules. This one pulls out The Rock, and a bigger budget to make a larger splash than the flop a year or so ago.

Country Music News

How to Handle Expired Food

Believe it or not, many foods are OK to eat after their "use by" date has long gone, even meat and milk. According to food safety experts, you just have to use some common sense – and your nose – to know what can be used, and what needs to be thrown away.

Here are some expired food guidelines and tips to consider:

  • Meat – If you keep your refrigerator between 32 and 34 degrees, your meat will last 50 percent longer.
     
  • Milk – Pasteurized milk also lasts 50 percent longer when stored at a lower temperature.
     
  • Canned goods – If you keep cans in a cool place, they will last about seven years.
     
  • Eggs – Place a questionable egg in a bowl of water. If it floats, it's gone bad. If it sinks, it's still edible, even if that expiration date passed you by weeks ago.
     
  • Bread – Keeping bread in the freezer dramatically extends shelf life. (Yahoo Shine)
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