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Most expensive men’s shoes 2015

Tom Ford shoes with 14,000 Diamonds

The most expensive men’s shoes for 2015 are detailed below in a top ten (10) fashion. While some of the shoes listed are low production shoes, many of them can be obtained in stores, online or by placing special orders. The list that has been compiled will give you an idea of luxury shoe styles, brands and prices. From lavish ...

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Puppy Paddle to benefit Bowling Green Humane Society

A Puppy Paddle benefiting the Bowling Green Warren County Humane Society will be hosted by the Russell Sims Aquatic Center September 12. The event will begin at 10 a.m. and end at noon. Dogs will be free to play in the water as they please, or play with their human if they don’t wish to swim. A large pool is ...

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The Boy Scouts of America Alters Course

On Monday, July 27, The Boy Scouts of America eradicated its outright ban on openly homosexual adult leaders and employees. This policy has been a source of great contention which has waged considerably in recent years through the membership base of the 105-year-old Texas-based organization. The new policy, which comes into force immediately, comes three years after the organization removed ...

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Ordering From McDonald’s “Secret Menu”

McDonald’s has a secret menu and this is what you need to know about ordering from it. The name of the McDonald’s manager from Glasgow (United Kingdom) that revealed customers can order an array of food hacks from a “secret menu,” such as the “McGangBang” and the gigantic “Land, Sea and Air” burger has not been disclosed according to The New ...

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World’s Oldest Living Person Celebrates 116th Birthday

Susannah Mushatt Jones also known as “Miss Susie” turned 116 years old on July 6.  According to the Guinness World Records she is the world’s oldest living person. Susannah has lived for over thirty years in the Vandalia Houses, a public housing facility for seniors in Brooklyn, New York. Guinness said in a statement that her secret to her youth is ...

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Quadriplegic Artist Gains Fame From His Paintings

Henry Fraser sits with a paintbrush in his mouth for four to five hours for one painting, and longer if it’s a drawing. These incredible portraits range from athletes, famous celebrities, to fictional characters like Harry Potter. Henry Fraser isn’t your typical artist, because Henry is a quadriplegic and is paralyzed from the shoulders down. Henry was a typical British ...

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Artist Depicts Post Apocalyptic Run Down Disney World

Image courtesy of Huffington Post The History Channel’s series “Life After People,” has inspired a young artist to recreate the lovable Walt Disney World into a post apocalyptic nightmare. Overgrown brush exists where there used to be lines of families, a deserted and run down Magic Kingdom where Mickey would sign autographs, race cars are battered and look like as ...

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Slide the City Water Slide Coming to Bowling Green, KY

  Even though the kids will be back in school, there is a cool treat coming to Bowling Green, KY that will make you feel like summer is here again.  Slide the City, a company that travels throughout the US with their street-sized slip and slide will be coming to Bowling Green Saturday, September 19. What is Slide the City? ...

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One Last Concert: Fare Thee Well Grateful Dead

  Image courtesy of rollingstone.com On Friday, July 3rd, around 3pm CT, I was driving into the city of Chicago and found myself caught up in a traffic jam on the Dan Ryan expressway. This is not abnormal for a Friday afternoon in downtown Chicago. However, these were not your typical motorists in which you would normally see. Windows covered ...

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Boy Scouts to Lift Ban on Gay Scout Leaders

The National Executive Board for the Boy Scouts of America will meet July 27 to change the long held, controversial ruling of the exclusion of gay scoutmasters.  After an acrimonious internal battle in January 2013 the BSA finally allowed openly gay members but not as adult leaders.  The new resolution was put to a vote last Friday and results made ...

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