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It was 2011 and the partners had just opened Cantina Feliz in Fort Washington, the first of what is now a four-restaurant chain.

"It was at the end of a 20-hour day and I was really hungry," recalled Sirhal. "I grabbed some caramel popcorn we were serving with a pudding and put it on a scoop of churros ice cream." Though "great in its own right," Sirhal thought it might be even better on top of a brownie with whipped cream and caramel sauce.


So he asked his pastry chef to make a brownie and, within a week, this so-called Domingo sundae was on the dessert menu, where it has remained ever since, the one constant and the best-selling sweet at all the subsequent Feliz restaurants.

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The ice cream is particularly labor-intensive - it involves soaking house-made cinnamon-y churros in heavy cream, straining out the pastry and adding ribbons of caramel and chocolate - with a payoff noticeably complex flavor.

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The dish also fits the Feliz restaurants' colorful decor and feliz or "happy" names.


Speaking of names and fun, the dessert's name, Domingo, is a play on words. Domingo, in Spanish, means Sunday. It's also slang for a striking or sexy person, something that Sirhal did not know or intend, though, he says, "That does describe me."

Sirhal also created Feliz restaurants bacon and fig guacamole when he added bacon and blue cheese to some guacamole, also originally for his own enjoyment. Although Spinner added the dishs defining figs, and need not fear the loss of the culinary reins.

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Chaka Fattah has never faced a primary challenger as the incumbent in the Second Congressional District.

Now under indictment and due to start trial on federal racketeering charges six days after the April 26 Democratic primary, the U.S. representative is facing three challengers.

Call it a coincidence.

There's more than one in this Democratic race.


Fattah and one challenger, state Rep. Dwight Evans, are black.

The two other Democrats, Ninth Ward Leader Dan Muroff and Lower Merion Township Commissioner Brian Gordon,www.yourcellan.com, are white.

Pennsylvania has 18 congressional districts. The Second District, which includes a lot of Philadelphia and a little of Montgomery County, is the only one where African Americans, at 58 percent, make up a majority.

That prompted the moderator of a debate on Thursday to ask Muroff and Gordon: "Why does it make sense to fill [the seat] with someone who is not African American?"



Muroff and Gordon handled the question in similar fashion, focusing on issues and not ethnicity.

This is how Muroff wrapped up his response: "I want to represent the entire district. Everybody,cheap retro jordans. Not just a select group."

Gordon added: "I think anyone has a right to run,yourcellan.com. And I don't think race should control."

Here is what went unsaid at the debate: There is a continuing effort to bump Gordon from the ballot, which would leave Muroff as the lone white Democrat in the race.

Two voters filed legal objections in state Commonwealth Court on Feb. 23, challenging Gordon's nomination petitions.

Candidates need signatures from 1,000 registered Democrats in the district to qualify for a spot on the primary ballot.

As for coincidences,cheap jordans for sale, a simple Google search showed that Muroff is acquainted with the voters who filed the challenge. And a consultant for Muroff's campaign helped sort through the challenged signatures when the two campaigns met.

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Muroff didn't run from the legal challenge. But he didn't exactly embrace it.

"I'm familiar with it," he offered when asked.

Gordon accused Muroff of using what is often called in local politics "racial math" - white voters support white candidates, black voters support black candidates - to tilt the race in his favor: If he's the only white guy on the ballot, the reasoning goes, he picks up the lion's share of white votes.

"I absolutely believe it was done in order to make Dan Muroff the only white candidate in the Second Congressional District," Gordon said. "And I think it's unseemly to play race-based politics."

Asked about Gordon's accusation, Muroff said, "I haven't thought about it that way."

This all rose up while the challenge was under way, but it settled down on March 18, when a Commonwealth Court judge ruled that Gordon should stay on the ballot.

On Friday, the voters who filed that challenge appealed that ruling to the state Supreme Court.

I asked Larry Otter, the attorney who filed the challenges, whether Muroff was behind the effort.

The lawyer answered: "Who?"

Otter, a veteran of election law cases, has a knack for the nudge-nudge, wink-wink approach to answering such questions.

Last week's debate was a serious, if staid, affair. The race seems ready to liven up from here.

During the debate, Muroff said he got into the race because he wanted to let the voters decide.

Gordon turned that on him Friday, saying, "Rather than letting the voters decide, he is using a cheap political strategy of knocking his opponents in the courtroom rather than at the ballot box."

Muroff, during the debate, said he always expected a "robust primary." Asked what that meant, he said, "A lot of people."

I guess he thinks one less will change the complexion of the race.

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Detroit forward Cole Long, left, and Illinois forward Michael Finke (43) chase a loose ball during the second half.(Photo: Heather Coit / Associated Press)
Howard jumped out to the early lead, scoring the game’s first six points.
Let’s just say, the Michigan women’s basketball team didn’t exactly panic.
The Wolverines simply went on a 52-0 run — no, that’s not a typo — en route to a 109-41 victory at Crisler Center on Friday night.
“That stretch in the first quarter and into the second quarter was pretty incredible,” said Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico, who came from St. John’s — where it often saw dominance like that from the other side. “I was telling my director of operations, I might’ve been on the other side of that one or two times playing Connecticut in my career.
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Jaevin Cumberland scored a career-high 16 points and Stevie Clark had a career-high 10 assists. Xavier Hill-Mais grabbed a career-high nine rebounds.
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"Black America Since MLK" with Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr. Harvard professor and PBS host Gates speaks in advance of his new, four-hour series, Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise, which airs on WHYY-TV12 in November. He'll be interviewed by Lehigh prof James Peterson,cheap real jordans, with an emphasis on music's role in King's legacy. Friday at the Penn Museum.












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The Democratic National Convention's host committee announced Tuesday that the painted donkeys - representing the 50 states, five U.S. territories, the District of Columbia, and Democrats abroad - will be scattered across Center City to drum up excitement for the convention and draw tourists to different parts of town.

"It did come out of my fertile and overactive mind, but it had some rational basis," said former Gov. Ed Rendell, chair of the host committee, at a news conference announcing the donkeys.

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The DNC is partnering with the Mural Arts Program and ArtJawn.com to find 30 local artists for the project. Roe Fabricators, a Chester company, will make all the life-size, 250-pound official Democratic donkeys, using a patented mold.

The convention runs from July 25 to 28 but the donkeys will be on display from July 1 through Sept. 5. The rollout will include a social media campaign and a scavenger hunt to get residents and delegates traveling around to find all 57 donkeys.


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The statues will be attached to fixed steel bases that can be bolted to the ground. Locations accepting donkeys have agreed to provide some security.

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Since the NFL expanded to a 16-game schedule in 1978, I don’t know how many teams have been first place after Week 12 and gone on to lose all of their remaining games. Probably not many, maybe not any, but this town hasn’t forgotten the 2013 Lions.
Detroit Lions' Darius Slay and Rafael Bush celebrate Slay's interception late in the fourth quarter that led to the winning field goal.(Photo: Daniel Mears, Detroit News)
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Lions' Glover Quin (27) and A'Shawn Robinson join Haloti Ngata (92), who recovers the ball in the first quarter. 
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Lions' Darius Slay breaks up a pass intended for Vikings' Laquon Treadwell that was tipped and Lions' Glover Quin recovered running it down the field, but officials ruled it pass interference call and it was called back in the first quarter. 
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Lions' Tavon Wilson pulls down Vikings' Jerick McKinnon in the first quarter. 
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Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford passes in the first quarter. 
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On a play initially ruled pass interference, Lions' head coach Jim Caldwell threw the challenge flag, and after review the Lions' A'Sahwn Robinson tipped Vikings' Sam Bradford pass in the second quarter. No interference was called. 
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Vikings' Trae Waynes breaks up a pass intended for Lions' Marvin Jones Jr. in the end zone in the second quarter. 
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Vikings cornerback Trae Waynes breaks up a pass intended for Lions wide receiver Marvin Jones, Jr. in the second quarter. 
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Vikings' Adam Thielen pulls in a reception, but it is knocked out by Lions' Tahir Whitehead with the Lions recovering in the second quarter. It was ruled incomplete by the officials. 
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Vikings' Adam Thielen pulls in a reception, but it is knocked out by Lions' Tahir Whitehead, with the Lions recovering in the second quarter. 
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A Lions fan forecasts a possible Detroit future; "playoff bound" after Detroit beats Minnesota to take sole possession of first place in the division. 
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Lions fans were having fun, even though most of the game was a bit lacking in offense but eventually they were rewarded with another Detroit victory. 
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Lions wide receiver Golden Tate runs for a first down in the second quarter. 
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Vikings safety Andrew Sendejo (34) pulls down Lions wide receiver Golden Tate in the second quarter. 
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Lions wide receiver Golden Tate reacts after getting a first down in the second quarter,cheap jordan shoes. 
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Lions linebacker Josh Bynes tries to tackle Vikings running back Jerick McKinnon (21) in the second quarter. 
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Lions Cheerleaders perform in between quarters to the delight of the crowd. 
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The Ford Field crowd gives WWII Army Sergeant Don Bloomfield a huge standing ovation as he is introduced as the last Michigan survivor of Pearl Harbor. 
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Andy Grammer starts his halftime show performance by lying on the field surrounded by cheerleaders. 
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Andy Grammer performs with dancers and singers and the Lions drum line, shown here, during the halftime show. 
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Andy Grammer performs with dancers and singers and the Lions cheerleaders during the halftime show. 
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Andy Grammer performs with dancers and singers during the halftime show. 
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Vikings running back Jerick McKinnon gets away from Lions Ezekiel Ansah for a gain in the third quarter. 
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Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford watches as Lions Tavon Wilson brings down Minnesota running back Matt Asiata in the third quarter. 
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Vikings Cordarrelle Patterson finds running room after a reception for a long first down in the third quarter. 
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These fans dressed up as their respective teams' mascots,yourcellan.com, seen here in the third quarter. 
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Vikings safety Anthony Harris trips up Lions wide receiver Andre Roberts (12) on a punt return in the third quarter. 
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Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford calls a play in the third quarter. 
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Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford gets dragged down for a sack by Vikings Anthony Barr in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford gets dragged down for a sack by Vikings Anthony Barr and Danielle Hunter in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions Matthew Stafford throws in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford runs for a first down in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions Josh Bynes pulls down Vikings' Jerick McKinnon in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions Theo Riddick breaks through the Vikings defense on a drive in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions Matt Stafford throws a completion to Marvin Jones Jr. late in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions Matt Stafford gets hit by Vikings' Danielle Hunter after throwing a completion to Marvin Jones Jr. late in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions Marvin Jones Jr. heads down field after a reception late in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions Anquan Boldin makes a reception along the sidelines in the fourth quarter. 
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Vikings quarter back Sam Bradford walks back to the huddle after a first down was overturned on a penalty late in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions linebacker Tahir Whitehead wraps up Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford scrambles away from Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr (55) in the fourth quarter. 
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Vikings linebackers Anthony Barr (55) and Audie Cole (57) try to drag down Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford by the jersey in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford talks with the officials after a play was whistled dead in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford reacts after talking with the officials after a play was whistled dead in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford (9) hands off to running back Theo Riddick in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions kicker Matt Prater kicks a 48-yard field goal to tie the game in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions' Tahir Whitehead pushes Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph, right, out of bounds in the fourth quarter. 
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Fans make some noise late in the fourth quarter. 
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Detroit Lions' Darius Slay and Rafael Bush celebrate Slay's interception late in the fourth quarter that led to the winning field goal. 
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Fans make some noise late in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions kicker Matt Prater sends the game winning field goal, held by punter Sam Martin, to beat the Vikings 16-13 at the end of the fourth quarter. 
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Lions kicker Matt Prater kicks the game-winning, 40-yard field goal in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions kicker Matt Prater kicks the game-winning, 40 yard field goal in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions kicker Matt Prater (5) and Don Mulbach (4cool celebrate after Prater's game-winning, 40 yard field goal in the fourth quarter. 
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The Queen of Soul, Detroit's own Aretha Franklin, with Willie Wilkerson, Jr., out on the field for a sound check and waving to the crowd before she sings the national anthem before the Lions take on the Vikings on Thanksgiving Day. 
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The Queen of Soul, Detroit's own Aretha Franklin out on the field for a sound check and waving to the crowd before she sings the National Anthem before the Lions take on the Vikings on Thanksgiving Day. 
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Fans make some noise late in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford and Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph talk on the field before Detroit takes on the Minnesota Vikings. 
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Fans make some noise late in the fourth quarter. 
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Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford warms up in front of offensive coordinator Jim Cooter on the field early Thursday morning. 
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Lions quarterbacks Matthew Stafford and Dan Orlovsky warm up before the game. 
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Lions fans watch the warm-ups before Detroit takes on Minnesota. 
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From left, Mark Pichler, his wife, Kim Pichler, and son, Chris Pichler, 21, take in a little of the America's Thanksgiving Day parade before the Lions game. 
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Troy native Angie Jauregui chats with her husband, Ryan Jauregui, at the America's Thanksgiving Day Parade before they go to the Lions game. Both are U.S. Navy pilots living in Nevada. 
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Gabe Lipar, 11, wearing his Travis Swanson jersey, watches the warm-ups before Detroit takes on the Vikings. 
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Lions corner back Darius Slay pulls down the ball during drills at warm-up. 
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Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford and offensive coordinator Jim Cooter on the field early Thursday morning. 
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A variety of flags flying in a tailgate area before the game. 
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Colin Wilson, Jonny Baxter, Joe Baxter and Gary Baxter show their turkey pride, or maybe their Lions pride, as Detroit takes on the Minnesota Vikings on Thanksgiving Day at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan on November 24, 2016. 
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Instead, Detroit dropped its final four games, allowing Green Bay to crawl into the playoffs with an 8-7-1 record. It’s the only time in NFC North history the division champion hasn’t won at least 10.
It’s not going to be easy.
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But a win in New Orleans, that would do wonders for the Lions. You see, the Vikings are hosting Cowboys, the hottest team in the league, next Thursday. There’s an opening to put this thing away early.
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By the end of next Sunday, the Lions could have a three-game lead in the division, by virtue of the tie-breaker from sweeping the Vikings. And while nothing is a given, a game against the crumbling Bears at Ford Field the following week could reduce the Lions’ magic number to one in short order.
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“We don’t talk about those things,” Caldwell said after Sunday’s 16-13 win over the Minnesota Vikings. “We don’t look at them. That’s your guys’ job. You guys do a good job with that stuff and keep doing a good job. I’m going to try to keep my guys away from it.
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Caldwell can’t look ahead. The players can’t look ahead. But we can, and if the Lions can travel south and knock off the Saints next week, Ford Field can start warming up the printing presses for the first batch of playoff tickets since the building opened in 2000.
The Saints’ strength, a prolific passing attack, is Detroit’s weakness. Even with recent improvements, the defense is still last in opposing passer efficiency.
Detroit — Jim Caldwell won’t look ahead. He can’t. As the Detroit Lions coach has pointed out, multiple times, there are no awards, no trophies handed out for being in first place of the division after Week 12.
Like the current version, the 2013 squad held a one-game lead in the division along with a critical tie-breaker after sweeping the season series from the second place Chicago Bears.
The Lions can’t take the foot off the gas and Caldwell and crew has undoubtedly already begun preparing for the New Orleans Saints, a 4-6 team that has been on the wrong side of the razor-thin margins that make the NFL so exciting. Five of their six losses have been by a combined 15 points.
“We’ve got to focus on getting better,” Caldwell said. ?“You just don’t have time to look down the road. There’s a lot of teams that have been probably at this point and have lost every one after this one as well and I think that’s the thing that you have to make sure (doesn’t happen). There’re no guarantees, so we’ve got to keep trying to get better.”
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That information isn’t meant to sour the mood with this current team, a group that’s won six of seven and seems incapable of being rattled, regardless the circumstances in the fourth quarter. This has been a fun season, a joyous season, to this point. It should be embraced and celebrated.
The Lions have opened up a two-game lead in the NFC North after upending the Vikings in dramatic fashion.




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Q: I know it's an age-old debate, but now I really have to decide which is more important: the TV and my family, or the fireplace. My family room has built-in shelves above the fireplace for a TV, and the whole great room is oriented in this direction. I love how I can watch the TV from the kitchen, but the giant TV my husband just bought won't fit in the section above the fireplace. The only place the new TV will fit is in front of a picture window that looks out into the backyard. So he wants to make a movie room upstairs, and I'm afraid my whole family will abandon me for the nice TV. What should I do?
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Have you thought about leaving your current TV in place and letting your husband build a movie room for special shows the entire family enjoys, or for game-day parties? This could create better family time for everyone, because you'd be there, too, on the sofa with the kids instead of in the kitchen.
There are plenty of ways to arrange a family room to enjoy both a fireplace and a TV. Think creatively. Instead of the upstairs movie room, is it possible to swap your dining table for the TV arrangement? I love dining in front of fireplaces, and you could put a nice art piece or mirror above the fireplace instead of a TV.






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