Woman’s History Month
Apr03

Woman’s History Month

In honor of women’s history month it only makes sense to tell the stories of a couple of heroes when it comes to paving the path and redefining what a woman really is. Now the person I’m highlighting here definitely isn’t the normal hero type, she was thought of as a professional leader who put others at risk by being a woman. This person is none other than Cleopatra VII. Cleopatra VII is mostly just remembered as the...

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What to Expect at the CNY Maple Festival
Mar30

What to Expect at the CNY Maple Festival

The 47th annual CNY Maple Festival is this Saturday and Sunday (April 1st and 2nd). The maple fest is held in Marathon, NY. There will be plenty of food including; pancakes with maple syrup, maple pulled pork, chicken spiedies, sausage peppers and onions, and much more. There will be over 70 craft displays, face painting, carnival rides, and all day demonstrations of the making of maple syrup. At the event expect A LOT of maple sweets...

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National Peanut Butter Day
Jan24

National Peanut Butter Day

So, I’m probably the worst person to write an article for a day dedicated to Peanut butter. I can’t stand the stuff..or really any nutty products for that matter. But it seems everyone else adores this brown goo. So let’s celebrate one of the most enjoyed foods today with some random peanut butter trivia! Did you know? Here in the US there are food regulations that require “peanut butter” to be at least...

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Wrap Up 2016
Dec27

Wrap Up 2016

Ok, so 2016 wasn’t the best year for a couple of reasons. Oh boy…yea. But instead let’s focus on why it wasn’t all that bad! Some pretty cool stuff happened this year, like: Rio Olympics: Ok, so the trails had some controversy, but hey, we did pretty well! We topped out at first with the most gold medals (46) and the most medals overall (121)! And in the Rio Paralympics we did pretty well, too, with 40 Gold and...

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National Cookie Day
Dec04

National Cookie Day

It’s December 4th and that means National Cookie day! It caught me by surprise that this one falls in December. Though it makes sense since christmas cookies, gingerbread men, and snickerdoodles are a thing served in the holiday season. Plus it’s also one of those few food holidays that have an origin. It was founded by the Blue Chip Cookie Company in 1987. so to celebrate try your hand at one of these cookie recipes. Soft...

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Noyze Fall Series: Bucket List Challenge
Oct07

Noyze Fall Series: Bucket List Challenge

It’s that lovely time of year again, the leaves are changing, school is starting, it’s also time for your favorite fall activities. If you love fall as much as I do maybe sit down with your friends and make your own fall bucket list of all the things you’d like to do. Here’s some ideas from our bucket list that you might want to try: Are you up to our challenge? Complete all 10 things on the list and post...

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