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Mark Eaton recalled for many shots he blocked and one he didn’t

For Las Vegas sports fans of a certain age, the image is frozen in time.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, dressed in Forum Blue, flicking a sky hook toward the basket against the Utah Jazz.

An even bigger guy, in a white uniform with purple, green and yellow piping, flailing his arms in a futile attempt to block it.

History being made as the ball nestled into the net for the 31,420th and 31,421th points of Abdul-Jabbar’s illustrious career, moving him past Wilt Chamberlain atop the NBA’s career scoring list.

The big guy wearing Mardi Gras trim was Mark Eaton, who was 64

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11 Best Meal Subscription Boxes For Families To Simplify Dinnertime

When you have kids, weekdays (and even weekends) can feel overwhelmingly busy. Anything that saves time and energy is super helpful for parents, and these 10 best meal subscription services for families do just that.

When things get chaotic at home, meal planning and shopping are some of the first things I throw out the window. (Why not just Door Dash some McDonald’s, right?) The thing is though, I actually enjoy cooking. Like, I want to do it, but only if someone else does the planning and prep for

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Prep these two summer sauces for when it’s too hot to turn on the oven

We’re back this week with another Saucy Q&A, answering Salon readers’ burning condiment questions. This time, we’re focusing on summer-themed queries about making a better barbecue sauce, food safety at cookouts and what sauces to meal-prep when it’s too hot to even think about turning on the oven. If you have any condiment questions of your own, send them my way at [email protected] 

Confession: I’m not the kind of person who wants to make my own barbecue sauce. But is there anything that I can add, like spices or something, that makes bottled sauce better? (By the way, I don’t

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Big Give kicks off June 1 with first of many free meals in Kalamazoo

KALAMAZOO, MI — With a goal of serving 10,000 free dinners over the course of the summer, God’s Kitchen of Michigan and Broncos Kitchen are set to kick off the “Big Give” with a free meal June 1 at Milham Park.

The first of more than 40 dinners scheduled to be given out between June 1-Aug. 18, Tuesday’s dinner will feature barbecue chicken, baked beans, coleslaw, potato salad, a vegetarian dish, dessert and bottled water, according to a news release from God’s Kitchen of Michigan.

Porter, the Kalamazoo Growlers’ mascot, as well as Sugar Bear, will be on hand to

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55 big-batch meals that will last all week




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