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Why Celsius Holdings Stock Was Heating Up Today

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Wharf, Pepsi donate $5K to feed Alabama children

The Wharf and Buffalo Rock Pepsi recently donated $5,000 to Alabama Credit Union’s Secret Meals for Hungry Children program, which provides non-perishable meals to Alabama children on the weekends throughout the school year. Approximately 2,500 students living in Alabama and Northwest Florida are receiving Secret Meals food packs for the weekend. Many children rely heavily on free and reduced meals while at school. However, the weekends create a nutritional gap leaving many children hungry when they return to school on Monday. It cost approximately $140 to feed one child for an entire school year. The Wharf’s Anchor Campaign has donated more than $150,000 to various charities since 2021. Pictured: Gabrielle Napier (The Wharf), Cynthia Bridges (Pepsi), Brittany Miller (Alabama Credit Union), Sheena Mizell (The Wharf), JamieDay Montgomery (The Wharf).
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Food Truck Festival returns with more

The Columbus Food Truck Festival is returning for its 11th year to showcase a diverse array of food trucks from around the country. Located at the Franklin County Fairgrounds, the festival will take place Friday through Sunday and feature 50 food trucks, 18 craft and retail vendors, and 29 live performances. This year, a third day has been added to the festival for even more food and fun.

Fall for Greenville announces 2022 music lineup

Bank of America fall for Greenville presented by Pepsi, an annual food and music festival in downtown Greenville, announced Aug. 5 it has finalized its 2022 music lineup. From Oct. 14-16, over 80 bands will perform across six stages, including:. Festival goers will also have the opportunity to sample food...

Going to Medieval Times Is Even Better as an Adult

Often drenched in ’90s nostalgia, there is no place on earth quite like Medieval Times. I had been to Medieval Times — essentially Middle Ages dinner theater with horses, sword fights, and a simple meal that you eat with your hands — a few times in the ’90s, at least once on a school field trip and another time with my family. I had fond memories of the novelty of tearing apart a roasted chicken with my hands, sipping nonalcoholic daiquiris out of a fluted souvenir glass, and perhaps most importantly, wearing a crown with flowers and ribbons that streamed down my back. Medieval Times is, of course, intended to inspire this kind of awe and joy in children who actually believe that the knights are real. But as I realized a few weeks ago, going to Medieval Times as an adult fucking rules.

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Publix deals Aug. 10-16: Carrots, blackberries, ground chuck, roses, Yoplait Go-Gurt, Pillsbury Toaster Strudel, Quaker Rice Crisps

* This post contains affiliate links and we may earn a small commission if you use them. Publix has new sales starting Aug. 10 including carrots, blackberries, ground chuck, roses, Yoplait Go-Gurt, Pillsbury Toaster Strudel Pastries, Klondike Bars, Quaker Rice Crisps, Chex Mix and more. These deals are based on...