Susan Selasky Detroit Free Press Published 6:00 AM EDT Mar 27, 2019 Easter is less than a month away, and kids and parents are already thinking about dying eggs. If you have allergies or an aversion to food dyes or to just want to dye your Easter eggs in a natural way, check out the plant-based Easter Egg Coloring Kit with Colors from Nature. It’s from ColorKitchen and now available at Sur La Table stores. The kit features colors sourced from herbs and plants such as cabbage, radish and annatto. The colors are vegan, gluten-free, non-GMO and free of synthetic dyes. ColorKitchen was founded by Ashley Phelps, who lived in Ann Arbor as a child. Phelps also offers dye-free baking decorations and gluten-free cake mixes. The Easter egg kit is $8.95 at Sur La Table stores and online at surlatable.com. Be sure to check with stores ahead of time; some stock only a limited quantity. One kit is enough to color one or two dozen … [Read more...] about Here’s a Easter egg dying kit with dyes made from plants.
The following cases were heard at Oxford Magistrates Court: Reily Tobar Butcher, 24, of High Street, Brackley pleaded guilty to drink driving in an Iveco vehicle in Marshall Road on September 30, 2018. He had 92 milligrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood. Butcher was disqualified from driving for 24 months and ordered to do 80 hours of unpaid work. He was also ordered to pay an £85 victim surcharge and £85 court costs. Butcher also pleaded guilty to driving with an excess of the drug ketamine in his blood on the same day in Marshall Road. He was disqualified for 24 months and ordered to undertake 80 hours unpaid work. Ryan James Kane, 33, of Sandown Road, Bicester pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly in Banbury High Street on January 26. Kane was fined £150 and ordered to pay a £30 victim surcharge and £85 court costs. Paul Williams, also known as Paul Scouse, 50, of St Nicholas Park, Old Marston, Oxford pleaded guilty to the theft of … [Read more...] about Who from Banburyshire has been sentenced in court?
ASTON, Pa. — The day she covered every mirror in her new apartment because she could not stand the sight of herself anymore was a red flag. But no one was around to register it. And Gracie Gold, a figure skater once on the cusp of Olympic stardom, was in no shape to help herself. Holed up in a Detroit suburb, she kept her lights off so often, she said, that the electric bill one month was less than $20. She slept as much as 24 hours at a time, then stayed awake for three nights straight. A good day was when she managed to brush her teeth and her hair. Her dream of an Olympic gold medal? That had evaporated long ago, during her slow boil of a meltdown that she was struggling to keep a lid on. In 2014, Gold was a charismatic teenage prodigy, hailed as an athletic Grace Kelly because of her tight blond bun, bright red lipstick and regal bearing, her personality so sparkling it sometimes blinded people to the fact that she had not won an individual Olympic medal. Three years later, … [Read more...] about Gracie Gold’s battle for Olympic glory ended in a fight to save herself
Kelly McLaughlin, provided by Published 11:25 am CST, Wednesday, January 23, 2019 AP Photo/Jeff Roberson Video obtained by HuffPost shows Rep. Rodney Davis in the first-class section of an airplane flying from Chicago to Washington, DC, on Tuesday. A person can be heard asking why Davis was flying first class during the government shutdown and accusing him of using taxpayer money for the flight. A spokeswoman for Davis told HuffPost he bought a coach seat and was upgraded because of his frequent-flyer status. She added that Davis had never used taxpayer money to purchase first-class tickets. A Republican representative was confronted by an airline passenger on Tuesday after he was seen flying first class from Chicago to Washington, DC, during the government shutdown. Video obtained by HuffPost shows Rep. Rodney Davis, who represents Illinois's 13th District, remaining silent as a fellow passenger, whom the news outlet did not identify, asks him about the flight. … [Read more...] about A GOP congressman was confronted on an airplane for flying first class during the government shutdown
Video obtained by The Huffington Post shows US Representative Rodney Davis in a first-class section of an aeroplane flying from Chicago to Washington, DC, on Tuesday. A man can be heard questioning why Davis was flying first class during the government shutdown, and accused him of using tax-payer money for the flight. A spokeswoman for Davis said he bought a coach seat and was upgraded because of his frequent flyer status. She added that Davis has never used tax-payer money to purchase first-class tickets. Republican representative was confronted by an airline passenger on Tuesday after he was seen flying first class from Chicago to Washington, DC, during the government shutdown. Video obtained by The Huffington Post shows US Rep Rodney Davis, who represents Illinois’s 13th congressional district, remaining silent as a fellow passenger asked him about the flight. “Congressman, do you think it’s appropriate to fly first class while 57 TSA agents aren’t … [Read more...] about A GOP congressman was confronted on an aeroplane for flying first class during the government shutdown