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  • Karate For Autism: First Benefit For 'Kid Strong'

    Karate For Autism: First Benefit For 'Kid Strong'
    This recent Mommy Minute segment about the K21 Kid Strong Foundation in Avon generated a lot of positive feedback and, now, this new group dedicated to helping kids with autism spectrum disorder through martial arts is holding it's first benefit on Tuesday, July 30th.
  • Mercedes-Benz CL550

    Mercedes-Benz CL550
    There is something magical about the way the Mercedes-Benz CL550 turns asphalt into silk. It’s an exceptional vehicle, with effortless performance, an incredible feeling of solidity, silence at speed and an impressive array of electronic wizardry....

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    By Nate Owen If you've followed the weekly On The Road  section since its launch in February, then you're probably aware that most of the content in the publication deals with everything cars. But the "On the Road" title covers just about anything...

    Megan Rapinoe makes a good U.S. soccer team look even better

    Megan Rapinoe makes a good U.S. soccer team look even better
    Megan Rapinoe is a team player — which is a good thing to be when you consider the team she plays for. The U.S. women's soccer squad, which enters World Cup qualifying next month, isn't so much a collection of players as it is a constellation of...

    After a long timeout for basketball, Darren Fells is set for NFL debut

    After a long timeout for basketball, Darren Fells is set for NFL debut
    When Darren Fells' heart told him not to play football in college, even though he had been an all-state receiver at Fullerton High and had his pick of scholarships from UCLA and other schools, he followed his instincts and accepted a basketball...