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Netflix announces Sweet Tooth Season 2 in true Sweet Tooth fashion: With lots of candy

Get ready for another season of Gus and the Big Man. Netflix announced Thursday that Sweet Tooth, the acclaimed post-apocalyptic adventure series based on the comic of the same name by Jeff Lemire, will return for a second season of eight hourlong episodes. The renewal comes less than two months after the show's series premiere on the streaming site, which garnered views from 60 million households in its first weeks and made the adorable deer-boy named Gus a fan-favorite character.
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16 Indoor Halloween Activities If You're Not Trick-Or-Treating

Even if your kids won’t be hitting the streets costumed-up and knocking on doors in search of the house with the king-sized candy bars, Halloween at home can still be an absolute blast. These indoor Halloween activities if you're not trick-or-treating are perfect for the entire family to enjoy together.

This 3-Ingredient Chocolate Mousse Is All We'll Be Eating This Summer

There are people who have a sweet tooth — then there are others who have a sweet tooth just for chocolate. As much as we love a light and refreshing fruit-based dessert, any chocolate lover will tell you what their go-to dessert would be. It doesn't hurt that the sweet cocoa product comes in so many forms (ice cream, candy bars, cakes... ). Chocolate in any form tastes amazing, but there's something about a homemade dessert that just tastes better. These creative and simple-to-make chocolate recipes turn old classics into the sweetest and most decadent versions of themselves: think hot, fudge-y brownies, rich and smooth chocolate cheesecake, and chewy chocolate bark. And if you're looking at the full chocolate spectrum, from milky mouse to bittersweet dark chocolate, you'd be surprised how versatile this treat can really be. Read on for some easy chocolate desserts that deserve a try!

Yesteryear’s Memories: “Dancing Hot Dogs”

Most towns in Southern Illinois had a drive-in theatre at least within easy driving distance. In the 50’s and 60s, going to the drive-in was a distinctly American experience. Movies of that era were pretty tame and some were even corny — but it was wholesome fun. “You’ll be glued to your seat as Dracula emerges from his coffin to find new prey — it’ll give you a case of the Screaming Meemees!” And who could forget Elvis shaking his stuff and chasing girls, girls, girls?
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Fake Burgers, Pacifiers, and Banned Candy: The Weirdest Treats the 90s Had To Offer

When I was a kid, picking out candy was a treat at the grocery store or candy shop. Traditional candy like skittles, Hershey bars, Reese's peanut butter cups, smarties, milk chocolate candy bars, and jelly beans can still be found today of course, but there are a few 90s candy options that come to mind when you think of the era of the Spice girls. Let's take a look at some of the most delicious candy brands from the 1990s, some of which 90s kids can get on Amazon today for a great 90s candy gift box.
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Sno Biz opening new location in Seymour

In Seymour, there’s no biz like Sno Biz. Neal Rose has high hopes with bringing a global brand to the city, offering 50 hand-crafted flavors of shaved ice with more than 100 flavor combinations. "Shaved ice is a treat," he said. "It’s something special, and most people, they are in...
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Item calendar for the July 30 Item

Editor's note: Send listings for events happening in any of the seven towns to: TheItem@telegram.com. Berlin Public Library: is open to the public. Masks are requested to be worn and a limited number of patrons allowed. To sign up for virtual programming, contact Berlin Public Library, (978) 838-2812 or email sfoster@cwmars.org: Grand re-opening of the teen space, Saturday, July 31, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. There will be tie dye supplies and a T-shirt available for the first 20 people. Early bird outside story time, Monday, Aug. 2, 9:30 a.m. in the backyard of the library Bring a blanket and follow state mask guidelines. Solomon Pond Mall Story Times, Mondays, Aug. 9 and Sept. 13, with Ms. Sara, in the grassy area at the mall, 11 a.m. Davis Bates Storyteller for all ages, Monday, Aug. 9, 4 p.m. Teens Book Talk, Monday, Aug. 16, preregistration required. 7 p.m. Teen Advisory Board, Monday, Sept. 27, 7 p.m.
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You'll never believe what you can buy from these vending machines

Vending machines are known for dispensing cheap treats such as candy bars, chips, and soda. But all kinds of things can be purchased this way. In Japan, there is said to be a vending machine for every 34 people, and the nation has a reputation for selling a wide variety of unexpected items through motorized boxes that might seem odd elsewhere. It turns out the rest of the world also has its fair share of strange and fun vending machines.

Happy Corner: Remembering Annie Mae’s Store

Last week I attended the funeral service for my cousin, Angie Hinson Morris, at Pleasant Grove Methodist Church at Hinson’s Crossroads in Washington County. It brought back memories. It reminded me first how that my Grandma Wells liked to go to funerals. I understand that feeling more now. She mostly liked to see all the relatives and friends who were in attendance.
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How to Prepare for a Tattoo

Advice on how to prepare for a tattoo like what to wear, what to bring, should you shower, how to choose the spot for your next tattoo. Tattoos are to some people more than just ink on skin or hours spent waiting for a randomly drawn symbol. The art of tattoos can be a great way to boost a person’s confidence and can create stronger bonds between people.

The Little Girl

There once was a little girl who lived in a tiny town, in the far off land of south Alabama. A beautiful little girl. A girl with braided brunette pigtails, chocolate eyes, skinned-up knees, and a cherub smile. Hers was an era when men wore fedoras and women wore summer...
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Award-Winning Chef Maria Hines Is Out to Make a Better Energy Bar

After 14 years, organic food icon Maria Hines closed her trailblazing Wallingford restaurant Tilth permanently in October 2020. Though the decision was an excruciating one, the James Beard Award-winning chef — who has a home out in Okanogan County — says she’s content to step back from the restaurant industry, and is now working on some exciting new projects that unite her passions for great food and the outdoors, including making energy bars.
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Nestle retooling plant to accommodate cookie dough

BURLINGTON, WIS. — Nestle USA has unveiled plans to invest $70 million to make over its facility in Burlington. The plant, which for many years produced candy bars such as 100 Grand, Nestle Crunch and Buncha Crunch, will be retooled to begin production of Nestle Toll House refrigerated cookie dough.