Putting the Hot in Hot Dogs!
Sep10

Putting the Hot in Hot Dogs!

by James Rada, Jr.   photography by Phil Grout Forget the hot dogs that “plump when you cook them” or “the dogs kids love to eat.” The average American eats more than 70 hot dogs a year, according to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council. They grill them. They boil them. They buy them at ball parks. That’s all well and good, but when Hanover residents have a craving for a hearty hot dog covered in chili sauce and onion, they head...

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Get It Straight
Sep10

Get It Straight

When Do Parents Have to Think about Braces? by Kym Byrnes When I was a kid, I dreaded getting braces, but I knew I was going to need them. I had buck teeth (my nickname was Buck Toothed Beaver, thank you siblings) up until I got braces in eighth grade. By then I had all my adult teeth and I wore those silver metal braces, and accompanying head gear at night, for the better part of three years. Getting those braces off my junior year...

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Unique Ways to Top Your Dogs!
Sep10

Unique Ways to Top Your Dogs!

Whether you pour on traditional toppings or opt for something unique, bring out the nuance of your hot dog’s flavors with one (or more) of  these regional favorites: Los Angeles Danger Dog Once the thing of street cart lore due to a banned status in Los Angeles, the danger dog is wrapped in bacon and fried, then topped with grilled onions and chili sauce – or toppings like jalapenos, ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, and grilled bell...

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Simplify: The Morning Routine
Sep10

Simplify: The Morning Routine

by Kym Byrnes With the start of school comes chaos, arguments, confusion and frustration, and that’s just trying to get out the door in the morning. Here are five tips to help parents make that morning routine a little smoother and the trip out the door for the day a little more efficient. Streamline the Paperwork Even with the advent of technology that allows so much information to come home from school via email and newsletters,...

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Hanover Conference & Heritage Center
Sep10

Hanover Conference & Heritage Center

Hanover Conference and Heritage Center Looking for a Few Good Events After several years of planning, decision-making and envisioning, the Hanover Conference and Heritage Center is officially open and looking for great events to make use of the renovated 8,000 square foot space. The old Wachovia Bank Building at 22 Carlisle St. has been transformed into a modern retail space and conference center. The building will house several...

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