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The Waters Senior Living was back in the headlines on July 18th. RMA Publicity secured stories on both KSTP (ABC) TV and KARE (NBC) TV about a fun open house event they did at The Waters on 50th in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
There were llamas to pet on the patio, tasty treats and plenty of lemonade for all. In addition to the entertainment, people who attended the event were also able to interact with residents, tour the community and get their questions answered about senior living.
Learn more about The Waters, where residents, staff and families thrive, at www.thewaters.com.
Independence Day is the time of year people across the country come together to honor the men and women who have served, and to celebrate the freedom we all enjoy as residents of the United States of America. It is also the day commemorative dog tags that will be displayed on a new Veterans Memorial in the City of Bloomington went on sale.
Also on July 4th, a story about the tags aired on FOX 9 News in Minneapolis. The story featured an interview with Bob Works, who served our country between 1960 and 1964. He is the first veteran who will be honored on the memorial using 21st technology.
The metallic dog tags honoring veterans will have QR codes on them that will enable the veteran to tell their own story. Clicking on the code takes you to a website where you can learn more about the veteran being honored.
Learn more about the special dog tags, which are on sale now, at Bloomingtonveteransmemorial.com/dogtags.
For authors who also have full time jobs in other industries, the summer is a great time of year to fit in book-related activities. On June 28, Elliott Foster, who is also a practicing attorney in St. Paul, Minnesota, was interviewed on KFAI-AM's Write On Radio.
On Thursdsay, July 14, beginning at 7 p.m., he has a reading and signing planned at Eat My Words in Minneapolis. Foster's latest book, Reckoning Waves, is the sequel to Panic River. The story begins with protagonist Corey Flanagan reflecting upon how lucky he is to be living in sunny California and not a jail cell. Corey has been on the run and under the radar ever since that fateful day when he fired his father’s gun—a gun he wishes he had never held in his hands.
Since fleeing the Upper Midwest four years earlier, Corey has changed virtually everything in his life—where he lives, how he creates art, his routines for work and play, and even his last name. The only true constants are his best friend Billy, his mother Ginny, and frequent, troubling dreams about the shootings he ran from and for which Corey was never held to account.
Now living in California, Corey passionately paints landscapes in the style of Edward Hopper, while seeing his life and his surroundings more clearly and generating award-winning art. Another life change surprises Corey as well—an unexpected romance with a younger man, Miguel. Just as his new life takes shape, however, the past unexpectedly ensnares him.
More information can be found online at Calumeteditions.com/authors/elliott-foster.
Chef Mish Sen, author, Indian Kitchen Secrets, demonstrated how to make restaurant-style Indian dishes at home on WCCO's Mid Morning Show on June 29th. It was her second TV appearance. On May 28, Chef Sen appeared on KARE 11's Saturday morning show and shared recipes for Memorial Day weekend.
Check out her easy-to-prepare recipes and additional video demonstrations on her website: Eatswithmish.com.