Noelle Wallace

Could The 1950’s Teach Us A Few Things?

No internet, no cellphones. Black and white TV, no hi def or smart televisions. In 1950 people would greet one another as they passed each other on the street. in 1950 the major disciplinary issue in schools were gum chewing and talking during class. In 1950 people would make an effort to look nice when they would go out in …

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Did Someone Say FIREBALL?

Pumpkin pie is good, but Fireball pumpkin pie is GREAT. That extra kick of cinnamon does wonders and we won’t tell it’s in there if you won’t. I know you love Fireball so you might as well check out this Fireball Cake too. YIELDS:8 SERVINGS PREP TIME:0 HOURS 20 MINS TOTAL TIME:5 HOURS 30 MINS INGREDIENTS FOR THE CRUST 1 1/2 c. all-purpose flour 1/2 c. (1 stick) butter, cut into 1/2″ pieces …

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Sky Junkies Rejoice

Previously there were only 12. JUST 12. In the entire world. Minnesota’s magnificent Boundary Waters have earned the 13th spot! The BWCAW  was certified this year as the 13th International Dark Sky Sanctuary in the world. At 1.098 million acres, it’s the largest Dark Sky Sanctuary and is the first federally designated wilderness site to get this designation. It’s also …

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Septembers Moon Is A Unique One This Year

For the first time in three years, the September full moon is at the beginning of the month, usually called the Harvest Moon. Instead, since of it’s early arrival, it is this year dubbed as the Corn Moon .September usually brings with it thoughts of fall and cooler temperatures, and for farmers, the upcoming harvest. That’s why the full moon …

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