Thursday, February 14, 2013
Tiverton's Dancing Spirit Studio joins 1 billion women around the world celebrating women this Valentine's Day.
Celebrate Valentine's Day and join 1 billion women united in dancing for freedom today from 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. at The Dancing Spirit Studio in Tiverton V - Day 2013 is Red Heart Dance Day. The Dancing Spirit Studio welcomes everyone to dance and honor women today. Wear something red if you want to. Barbara Derecktor Donahue of Dancing Spirit Studio will pass out red ribbons all day and teach the steps to a dance choreographed by Debbie Allen from the 1 Billion website to the song "Break the chain." If you live near Tiverton, stop by to dance for a minute - or twenty, or for a few hours - on the carpet. The studio is located at 1759 Main Road.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
While Feb. 14 is the traditional day for lovers, Feb. 13 is the unofficial "mistress day," according to a private investigator.
Valentine's Day is on Thursday, but there is a less romantic aspect to the holiday than roses and chocolates. According to a private investigator, if your spouse is having an affair, this is a good time to catch a cheater. “You have to satisfy the mistress,” said Vic Pichette, Private investigator and owner of Genesis Investigations. He said the cheater, either a man or woman, will most likely buy gifts and/or see the person on a day close to Valentine’s Day. It's so common, claims Pichette, that in his profession, February 13 has been dubbed "Mistress Day." How do you know if your spouse is cheating? We sat down with the private investor to learn some common signs: "It takes time to cheat,” said the investigator. “It takes …
Monday, January 28, 2013
From Charlotte's Web to Where the Wild Things Are, share these classic books with your children and encourage their love for reading.
- PATCH READS
Monday, January 28
“Where’s Pa Going with that Axe?” The Enduring Quality of Children’s Classics By Anita Silvey Courtesy of James Patterson's Read Kiddo Read Foundation The opening line of E. B. White’s Charlotte’s Web— “Where’s Pa going with that axe?” — has now been read by adults to eager young listeners for more than 60 years. Madeleine L’Engle’s A Wrinkle in Time and Ezra Jack Keats’s The Snowy Day have been picked up with enthusiasm for more than 50 years. For 75 years, parents have shared The Hobbit, and this year Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are turns 50. These books and others like them (Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Virginia Lee Burton’sMike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel, and L. M. Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables) bring …