Attending a good murder mystery dinner is on my bucket list for 2020, but I've been reading about different versions that you can play at home with friends that have me pretty intrigued. I've played murder mystery games in public before and think it would be difficult to set up at home, but maybe it's easier on a small scale.
In the mood for some tasty Korean desserts? If so, you ought to check out Snowy Village if you haven't already. You'll find all kinds of milk-made snow, and you can get all the Traditional Bingsoo, specialty teas and French Taiyaki to your heart's content.
Everyone has been raving about the mango Bingsoo, which is an incredible towering treat! The chocolate version is also quite impressive, complete with candy rocks, and be sure to try the traditional Injeolmi flavor, which is sticky rice with a nutty flavor.
Most of my life, I've had medium to short-haired cats, and although I always dreamed of having one with long hair, I never guessed at how badly her fur could clump up. This poor cat! Her fur can get so clumpy that it gives her trouble going to the bathroom and she needs frequent grooming help from her humans.
If it were up to my husband and teenager, every meal would be some variety of breakfast. Those two could eat a waffle bar, eggs and bacon, biscuits and gravy or French toast for every meal. That means it's easy to please them, sure, but since I'm a breakfast when I feel like it type of person, and I only feel like it maybe once a week, that means I'm usually eating a salad if they're into pancakes on any given night!
Okay 80s fans, is anyone else finding themselves suffering from Stranger Things withdrawal? Anyone else have the show on as background noise while you're doing chores or working from home, or listening to the soundtrack and getting misty-eyed over Hopper's last scene while listening to "Heroes"... okay, just me? Got it.
I've seen memes about people getting excited about seed catalogs coming out rather than over, say, shoes or handbags, and I know y'all can relate. When that Baker Seed catalog is in my mailbox, the rest of the day is pretty much shot while Mama makes her wish list.
Are you a fan of Curious Elixirs, the booze-free craft cocktails with no added sugar that are becoming increasingly popular? If so, you may want to know that they are hiring! They have become so busy that they are in need of help to get their big queue of orders out in a timely manner.
There have to be tens of thousands of books that would be perfect for gift-giving when it comes to Valentine's Day, particularly of the poetic variety; the question is, which ones would make the best gifts?
Need the perfect gift for an ex this Valentine's Day? Love meerkats and just want to see one eat a cockroach? El Paso Zoo will let you name a cockroach after your ex and have it fed to a meerkat this Valentine's Day!
You must message the zoo on their Facebook page and they'll take your order for a big, juicy cockroach that will be fed to the meerkats on February 14.
If you haven't yet heard, the coronavirus is making its way across the country with as many as 63 confirmed cases reported in the United States so far. The virus, which began in China, has taken over 40 lives and affected hundreds of people so far.
Carboranes are molecules made up of boron, carbon and hydrogen atoms in complex three-dimensional shapes. Fifty years ago, researchers decided that carboranes could be the next rocket fuel because they could release huge amounts of energy when they were burned. At the time, these carboranes were thought to have the capability to surpass the performance of conventional hydrocarbon rocket fuel.
If you're in the Dayton area this weekend, you might be interested in heading to Springfield for a special Grateful Dead event at Mother Stewart's Brewing Company. There will be a tribute to the Grateful Dead played by two bands, Terrapin Moon and Arrows of Neon, as well as plenty to drink at the brewing company!
As we learn more and more about the biology of cancer, we have been able to develop therapies that are based on selectively targeting and killing cancer cells. One such therapy is called boron neutron capture therapy (BNCT). This is a radiotherapy process which involves injecting boron into cancer cells and then exposing it to neutrons.