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  • SMART Magazine was launched in April 2005 as Hawaii's fashion, beauty, and lifestyle publication. The magazine is published bi-monthly and is distributed for $3.50 throughout Hawaii and is available for online subscription.
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  • (cook) prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"
  • The practice or skill of preparing food
  • The process of preparing food by heating it
  • Food that has been prepared in a particular way
  • the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"
  • (cook) someone who cooks food

Clowning Around for Fire Safety
Clowning Around for Fire Safety
Cutline: Missouri City Photos/Missouri City firefighters performing safety shows at Glover Elementary School.Missouri City firefighters will play the characters in safety skits they created to teach youngsters about the dangers of fire. The theme of the 20- to 30-minute shows is “Stay Smart, Don’t Get Burned!” and they will be performed at all of the City’s elementary schools and at Austin Parkway Elementary School in Sugar Land. The school lies on the border of the two cities and some Missouri City students attend there.In the Optimus Prime performance, a clown portraying the superhero plays with hot tools in a garage and gets burned. In the Hannah Montana show, a clown portraying the superstar leaves her curling iron on and Hannah’s biggest fan, “Sparky the Dog”, touches it and gets burned. In the Caveman show, a clown pretends to be cooking over a spitfire and gets burned when he’s standing too close to the flames.  During the shows, which reach 6,000 to 7,000 students, the clowns will teach the audience lessons about how to prevent fires and how to avoid getting burned.Before the shows begin, music will be played to energize the students and they will be given safety magazines and coloring books to take home.Firefighter Mark Kitson has been instrumental in putting the acts together and recently shared a story about how one student used tips he learned from the clowns to save his sister’s life. The shows provide a “good message for kids. Once, a little boy saved his sister from a seizure and when asked how he did it, he said he saw the Firehouse Clowns and they showed him how to do it.” Separately, as part of their prevention push this month, firefighters will also be teaching about 1,200 day-care children about safety techniques. These youngsters will learn about the “stop, drop and roll,” method, the importance of calling 911 in an emergency and will be allowed to view fire trucks.Kitson said he “enjoys interacting with the kids and teaching them the message. If they learn these lessons now, they can be safe and prevent fires and accidents down the road.”
martha stewart goes to jail
martha stewart goes to jail
An old pretend cover when Martha was about to go to jail for allegedly lying to the grand jury (or was it to investigators?) regarding trading her imclone stocks. Despite her faux pas, I'm still a Martha fan. A smart woman who survived divorce, makes something of herself all on her own, is founder of a huge corporation that reaches all sorts of media, makes a ton of money, ... And she does have excellent taste, is an remarkable decorator, and is a superb chef.. I have several of her books on decorating and cooking myself. I'm still unclear why they just issued dividends to their shareholders the other day (around 7/26/06), when they've been showing losses and are projecting losses. Their CEO/President says "It's a thank you to our shareholders".. I'm sorry, but no one's that generous, especially enormous corporations. If you'd like to be super generous, please make better products that you sell in K-mart under the Martha Stewart name. I'm unhappy with bringing home items I think looks pretty but then which fall apart or just start looking craptacular right away. I'm quite sure she would never put these things in her home, or tolerate such inferior quality. I may not have the same budget as Martha (clearly I shop at Kmart sometimes), but I do have some expectations of reasonable quality. Granted, she has some flaws.. but who doesn't? (I shouldn't be hosting a talk show either.) ; )

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