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Dunkin’ Donuts unveils 'Peeps' doughnut

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Now marchmallow freaks can get their Peep on every morning.

Dunkin’ Donuts has a new way to get your Peep fix.

They're making flower-shaped, frosted doughnuts with pastel pink or green icing, each featuring a pink or yellow Peep marshmallow chick.

The new Peeps Donuts will be available for a limited time at participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants

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New Year's Eve at The Brady Theater

Say GOODBYE TO 2013 and ring in 2014 at The Historic Brady Theater!  Full Bar!  Dance ALL NIGHT on The HUGE BRADY STAGE!  Enjoy entertainment from a Live DJ, Brady Orchestra, The Sellouts and  Jumpshots feat. Jenny Labow!  Drink Specials ALL NIGHT LONG!  FREE Champagne toast at Midnight!

Tickets on sale at The Brady Theater Box office and bradytheater.com

Reasor's and Starship Records in Tulsa Buy For Less locations in OKC By phone @ 866.977.6849 Online @ protix.com Tickets are $25 Advance  $30 At The Door  VIP Tickets $50-VIP Tickets include  Champagne, glasses, & party favors.  VIP Tables hold 8 people and you must  purchase all 8 seats. Doors open at 8pm Must 21+ To Attend

 

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Keeping It Local For The Holidays

Keeping it Local for the Holidays December 07, 2013 9:00 a.m. – 3:00pm

Claremore Community Center

2301 N Sioux Ave

Claremore Ok 74017

 

Crafts, Crafts and more Crafts!

Avon, It Works, Mary Kay, Premier Jewelry, Scentsy, Thirty–One, Tupperware and more!

 

The famous Perry Dogs will be out front so come try them for lunch!

 

Free gift bag to first 250 adult customers!

Please bring a canned good item to donate to local food shelter

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Black Friday no more: Thanksgiving-night openings a trend this year

Several major retailers have released their Black Friday store hours, and shoppers will likely be skipping dessert on Thanksgiving to snag in-store deals.

Kohl's and JCPenney have both announced that they will open their doors at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving night (Nov. 28).

According to gottadeal.com, “Kohl's will be open 28 straight hours from 8 p.m. Thursday until midnight on Friday night. Kohl's operates 1,158 stores in 49 states.”

Macy’s announced last week that they, too, would begin their Black Friday deals at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving.

Toys R’ Us will be opening their doors at some locations at 10 p.m. Nov. 28th and other locations at midnight.

As more stores continue to announce their openings, experts say it’s likely they will be jumping on the Thanksgiving night opening trend. 

Avoid pet horror stories this Halloween

Pets have become an indispensable part of Halloween for many families.

Americans are expected to spend $330 million this year to dress up their furry companions as hot dogs, pumpkins, monsters and other colorful characters.

Many people also bring their pets along as they trick-or-treat.

But Halloween poses some unique safety risks for Fido and Mittens.

Dogs may love everything chewy, but candy is for people -- not pets, said the Montgomery County Animal Resource Center in Ohio.

Chocolate is dangerous for dogs and cats, and consuming too much of it can prove deadly, the center said.

Holiday decorations such as pumpkins and corn are relatively non-toxic to cats and dogs, but they can produce upset stomachs.

However, other decorations such as electric lights and pumpkins with candles inside, should be kept in places where pets cannot reach them.

Pets can suffer burns of electrocution by chewing on cords. Candles pose fire risks.

Pet costumes should not restrict the animals' movements or impact their ability to see, hear, breathe, bark or meow, the center said.

Owners should inspect costumes prior to putting them on to make sure there are not dangling parts or fabric that could be a choking hazard.

Pets should have the proper identification tags in case they get loose.

Owners should be careful when opening doors for trick-or-treaters to make sure their furry friends do not escape.

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