People Under 21 Can Still Buy Whipped Cream in NYS

August 31, 2022

While the title of this article may be a bit confusing or odd to you, New York stated is hoping to clear up some confusion. Last year, a law passed restricting the purchase of “whipped cream chargers” containing nitrous oxide, also known as “whippets”, to people 21 and older. According to Dr. Marc Libman, a […]

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Move Over Alcohol, The Latest Wedding Gift Trend……. Shrooms

August 29, 2022

The latest trend hitting the wedding industry is……Mushrooms. Wedding guests are offered the chance to have a psychedelic experience. Instead of the traditional alcohol being served, many wedding parties, especially millennials are choosing shrooms because they don’t want an awful hangover the next day. To Read More Click Here. Source: Baller Alert

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Scoop Up Some Groceries using WDKX app

August 28, 2022

App flash contest (Sunday 28th –  4 hours) .  No purchase necessary.  Listeners are eligible to win a prize once every 30 days. Only one winner per household. All calls on contest lines can be recorded for playback. All prizes can be picked up during regular business hours Mon-Fri 10:00am-4:00pm from the 103.9 WDKX (MCB) […]

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New “Food Compass” Rates Ice Cream Better For You Than Multigrain Bagel

August 19, 2022

Health researchers from Tufts University suggests you may be better off snacking on chips or ice cream cone with chopped nuts, rather than a multigrain bagel. The scientific team at Tufts’ Friedman School of Nutrition and Science created what’s being described as “a new nutrient profiling system” that is designed “to help consumers, food companies, […]

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Kraft Heinz Recalls Wild Cherry Flavored Capri Sun

August 16, 2022

If you have any wild cherry flavored Capri Suns in your home, you might want to toss them. The company Kraft Heinz has voluntarily recalled 5,760 cases of Capri Sun Wild Cherry Flavored Juice Drink Blend pouches. Only those flavored Capri Sun products with June 25, 2023 “Best When Used By” date are being recalled. […]

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‘Snoop Loopz’ Is What It Sounds Like! Snoop Dogg Breakfast Cereal

August 15, 2022

Snoop Dogg now has his own wholegrain breakfast. Snoopy’s new cereal “Snoop Loopz, will drop at grocery stores through his Broadus Foods business. Think gluten-free Froot Loops, with “more corn, more flavor and more marshmallows,” enthuses hip-hop entrepreneur Master P, who unveiled Snoop’s new snack food via his socials — accompanied with a cut of […]

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Foodlink & Adirondack Creamery Partner Up to Give Kids Ice Cream

August 7, 2022

Looking for a cold treat? Foodlink and Adirondack Creamery got you covered. While Foodlink already provides free, healthy meals for hundreds of kids each day, they have now partnered up with Adirondack Creamery so that kids this summer can get ice cream. This special treat will be available every Friday in August. Paul Nasrani of […]

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Drought Watch Impacts Local Farmers

July 31, 2022

If you thought the summer was hot, it looks like it’s just getting hotter. Airport data from the National Weather Service shows that normally for the summer we should be seeing around six inches of rain, but this year we have only seen about half of that, which is putting some stress on some local […]

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Sprite Ditches Iconic Green Bottle

July 29, 2022

The era of Sprite soda coming in a green bottle has come to an end. For more than 60 years, the soft drink Sprite has come packaged in iconic green bottles, and will no longer be in these bottles for environmental reasons. Starting next month, the Coca-Cola Co., which produces Sprite, will package the lemon-lime […]

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Weed Returns To The New York State Fair

July 28, 2022

Whhhaatt? You can smoke weed at the New York State Fair? Yep, organizers at the Great New York State Fair confirm smoking marijuana will be allowed again this year. Again? Where have I been. Six designated outdoor smoking areas around the perimeter of the NYS Fairgrounds, a move parents are calling smart and helpful. Last […]

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