Tag: Heather-Callaghan

You Don’t Want to Know What’s In The Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Starbucks is always keen to cozy up to the millennial crowd, so it’s not surprising that they would grind up a Unicorn mess complete with “sparkles” on cloud whip. We’re just surprised they didn’t throw in some mermaid scales and bacon roses on top with each customer getting a free pair…

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Cannabinoids may treat skin disease, researchers say

By Heather Callaghan, Editor You’d have to be a sufferer of immune-related psoriasis or eczema to know the extent of suffering it causes. The fear of unsightly disease being seen – the questioning from onlookers, the scaling and the ensuing repulsion, the money spent on creams, the special clothing to cover up. And perhaps missing…

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Woman Fights to Raise Chickens in Backyard – Life and Death Situation for Son

By Heather Callaghan, Editor More and more city bureaucrats are becoming stony code enforcers for Agenda 21 when it comes to people’s yards. We’ve reported time and again, about the overreach of municipalities in banning people from growing food, raising small animals, having lemonade stands or even tiny lending libraries on their own property. What happens…

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O CANNABIS! Trudeau Unveils Bill to Legalize Recreational Marijuana in Canada

By Heather Callaghan, Editor BREAKING – Today, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, sticking to his campaign pledge, introduced legislation to legalize marijuana in Canada. But not just medical marijuana – recreational marijuana. A milestone in the country’s history and one for the world, too. While many countries have decriminalized or allowed the medical use of marijuana, Trudeau’s bill…

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Homeless Man Takes Mic from Busker – Blows Everyone’s Minds

By Heather Callaghan, Editor A homeless man in a wheelchair joined a street musician for a spontaneous New Year’s Eve street jam in the early hours of 2016 – and the result was incredible British musician Jonny Walker said: I went out busking in Leeds on New Year’s Eve and, after a while, was joined by a homeless man…

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Man Grew Gardens to Save Unwanted Bees and People on Lots Abandoned After Katrina

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Man saves bees targeted for extermination by growing food for all on lots that were abandoned after Hurricane Katrina One man has pulled a 180 on one of the poorest, abandoned areas. The Ninth Ward of New Orleans never recovered after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina over a decade ago. But…

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