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Interview with Sandra L. Caron and J Michael Hodgson, author of Tackling Football

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Tackling Football: A Woman’s Guide to the College Game provides women with the basics for understanding a college football game – how it is played, the various playing positions, and basic offensive and defensive strategies. It includes a close-up look at what happens before, during, and after the game, as well as how to listen to a play-by-play. It is written in a “user-friendly” format and is drawn from our combined years of experience with college football as spectator, player and coach. We feel that few things in sports compare to the excitement of a weekend college football game – from socializing with friends at the pregame tailgating parties to the energy of the crowd cheering their team’s touchdown over…

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Wanderlust Achieved with Lonely Planet’s New Money-Saving Travel Guide

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There are many reasons why people don’t travel: fear of flying, packing anxiety, the inability to decipher simple road signs in Chinese. The list goes on. But one of the biggest issues holding people back from satisfying their wanderlust is one simple factor: money. Lonely Planet (#LP) has dedicated these pages to unearthing the world’s hidden treasures, keeping things free and cheap in as many places as possible. Before you hit the road, you’ll need to take The Best Things in Life are Free: The Ultimate Money-Saving Guide (Lonely Planet, August 9, 2016) with you. My particularly favorite sections are: Free Music When traveling, I always look for live music and entertainment. Try the Vancouver International Jazz Festival, open mic…

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Live Interview with Alex Sheshunoff and A Beginner’s Guide to Paradise

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So You Too Can: – Move to a South Pacific Island – Wear a Loincloth – Read a Hundred Books – Diaper a Baby Monkey – Build a Bungalow And Maybe, Just Maybe, Fall in Love! * * Individual results may vary. The true story of how a quarter-life crisis led to adventure, freedom, and love on a tiny island in the Pacific. From the author of a lot of emails and several Facebook posts comes A Beginner’s Guide to Paradise, a laugh-out-loud, true story that will answer your most pressing escape-from-it-all questions, including: 1. How much, per pound, should you expect to pay a priest to fly you to the outer islands of Yap? 2. Classic slumber party stumper:…

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