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Local Hot Springs; One Way to Heat Things Up this Valentine's Day
Local Hot Springs; One Way to Heat Things Up this Valentine's Day
When it comes to Valentine's Day, the thought of traditional gift ideas and outings is a safe bet. I mean, you don't want your significant other to be bent out of shape if you decide to make a day designed for love birds too casual. So unless your sweetie is game for pizza and a movie next Tuesday, February 14th, it's best to stick to the following: gorgeous long-stem red roses, a heart-felt Valentine's card (and not one from your niece's school valentine box), a delicious display of chocolates, perfume, cologne, jewelry, an intimate dinner for two, and how about this?...a relaxing dip at your favorite hot springs!
Local Theatre Program Conveys Anti-Suicide Message
Local Theatre Program Conveys Anti-Suicide Message
Illustrated with a "to-do" list through the eyes of a child, "Every Brilliant Thing" works to connect the dots to a family's needs and dynamics. Furthermore, the production leads the way for children to realize they are not alone in their thoughts and that help is available for any problems, issues, and struggles they may face. This informative and must-see performance runs February 10th, 11th & 12th at the UM-Western Beier Auditorium (710 South Atlantic Street in Dillon). Both matinee and evening shows are available, with a special performance for school groups on Friday, February 10th. For more details, call (406) 300-1330 or (406) 683-7038 or PURCHASE TICKETS HERE. Prices are $15 for general admission, $10 for seniors, military, and youth, and FREE for UMW students. In addition to the performances, artwork and poetry reflecting mental health awareness will be exhibited on stage and in the lobby before the show. A mental health clinician and UMW peer educator will also be on-site to offer support at all performances.
Everything You Learned About Sharing Went Out the Netflix Window
Everything You Learned About Sharing Went Out the Netflix Window
Well, it's the end of an era, dear viewers. Sniff, sniff. The end to giving your parents, your adult children, cousin Joey on dad's side, and Aunt Jean your Netflix password! Well, without accruing additional fees, that is. Talk of the takedown was first revealed by the streaming giant last spring. Now, the cat is out of the bag, and Netflix customers could see changes to their accounts as early as next month! As shared by Mashable online, the company believes they will initially lose some customers who go into shock over the change to "paid sharing" but that those same customers will hopefully come back. In contrast, new customers won't be phased by the change one bit.

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