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The Arizona Diamondbacks will host their first-ever Bark in the Park presented by Starkweather Roofing with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the Arizona Humane Society at Chase Field on Saturday, Aug. 13 for the game between the D-backs and New York Mets.
“We are very excited to host Bark in the Park for the first time at Chase Field and donate a portion of the ticket sales to the Arizona Humane Society,” said D-backs’ President & CEO Derrick Hall. “As a passionate dog owner myself, this event allows owners and their pets to spend time in an exciting environment while cheering on the team and supporting a great cause.”
The Bark in the Park festivities will include a pre-game Puppy Parade for owners and their dogs followed by a Puppy Party in the Miller Lite Diamond Club during the game. The D-backs will provide water and doggie bags but owners are asked to bring their own dog food.
The cost for the event, which includes a ticket in the Miller Lite Diamond Club for the game, is $20 per owner and $20 per dog. The D-backs and Starkweather Roofing will donate $5 from each ticket to the Arizona Humane Society.
"We couldn't think of anything better than watching America's national pastime with man's best friend by your side," said Guy Collison, AHS Executive Director. "The Arizona Humane Society would like to thank the Arizona Diamondbacks for their continued support of AHS' lifesaving programs and services that benefit the over 44,000 animals that enter our shelter each year."
For more information and to fill out the required forms, please visit dbacks.com/barkinthepark or call Jennifer Bernstein at 602.462.4166. Owners must also provide a copy of current vaccinations from a licensed veterinarian which can be faxed to 602.462.4141. The registration deadline is Aug. 12 at or until the event is at capacity/sold out.
1. The Smartest Pen You'll Ever Use: The Livescribe smartpen is essentially a ballpoint pen with a tiny computer, microphone and digital audio recorder. The pen records what you write on its special paper and synchronizes those notes with any audio it has recorded. To hear what a professor said when you jotted down a particular note, all you have to do is tap the note with your pen to listen to that section of the lecture again.
2. The Ultimate Alarm Clock: The Flying Alarm Clock will get you up and up on time -- snooze button not included. When the alarm goes off the propeller-like top charges up and flies into the air. The only way to turn off the alarm is to jump out of bed, find the flying top and return it back to the clock base.
3. The Hottest Ereader: School textbooks don't come cheap. The national average a student spent for books and supplies at a four-year public college in 2010-11 was $1,137. A Kindle, Amazon's wireless reading device, is a smart and practical purchase for just $139. The Amazon Kindle comes with a free built-in 3G connection that allows you to download thousands of books from Amazon.com. Kindles are used just like any regular textbook in that students can make bookmarks, highlight and make notes on text.
4. A Smorgasbord of Apps for That New Tablet: Although smaller than bulky laptops, tablets still offer just as many applications and features. For example, the FlashCards Plus app lets you do away with stacks of paper index cards. With this app you can quiz yourself by creating fill-in the blank, matching, multiple choice and true/false questions on digital flash cards.
5. The Ultimate Backpack: The Ultimate Laptop Backpack -- which has a built-in siren and strobe light -- provides students with an extra level of mobile personal security. In seconds, you can activate two high decibel sirens and a high intensity strobe light to attract immediate attention to a dangerous or harmful situation.
Getting along with your fellow workers can significantly increase your lifespan. A 20-year study found that people who reported having low social support at work were 2.4 times more likely to die during that time as those with supportive co-workers. The study followed the health records of 820 working adults aged 25 to 65 who worked an average of 8.8 hours a day. Participants were drawn from a range of backgrounds to account for various psychological, behavioral or physiological risk factors, such as smoking, obesity and depression. Of the participants who died during the course of the study, most had negligible social connections with their co-workers. A lack of emotional support at work led to a 140 per cent increased risk of dying in the next twenty years compared to those who reported supportive co-workers. (Daily Mail)
The Monday Night Date: Monday night is the antithesis of date night: people are usually back at work, and back to their weeknight routines, maybe getting caught up on the errands like grocery shopping, laundry, and going to the gym. Really, there is nothing sexy about a Monday night, and this is actually good news. If someone schedules a date with you on a Monday night it means they are really eager to spend time with you. Screw the norms, they don't even want to wait for a more socially acceptable nights of the week. Even Wednesday is an eternity away when you're in like.
The Tuesday Night Date: A Tuesday Night date can mean ambivalence: sure, they'll grab coffee/a drink with you. And maybe, if things go well, it will turn into a late night. But it's also the night of "I'll just pop by for one drink and if it sucks I'll be home in time for Parks and Recreation." No one goes into a Tuesday night date expecting a super long evening.
The Wednesday Night Date: Statistically speaking, it's the best night of the week for a date. Maybe it's because by Wednesday night, people have recovered from the weekend and are looking for a nice break in the work week. Because it's a weeknight, Wednesday nights are unburdened by "Will we spend the night together?" pressure, which can free people up to act a little more brazenly, and lets longer nights feel more spontaneous.
The Thursday Night Date: Thursday nights are pretty good: it's almost the weekend, and people usually feel more free to stay out late on a Thursday night (and be hungover at work on a Friday) than they do earlier in the week. Still, Thursday isn't a complete free-for-all. A Thursday night date means you want to have a good time, but you're not yet ready to give up precious weekend time. A weekend date you have to work toward.
The Friday Night Date: Friday night is the second best date night of the week. People feel festive and ready to go out. The lack of work the next day obviously means a greater chance of staying out late and throwing all caution to the wind. Friday night loses some of its edge by virtue of dates coming right after work: people might have time to stop at home, but not for long. This means that people are slightly less rested, and slightly less primped, than they would be for a Saturday night date.
The Saturday Night Date: This is prime real estate: the one day a week where you don't have to work all day, and don't have to be anywhere the next morning. You only get one a week, so people are often loath to waste it on anything but a "sure bet": a night out with friends, for instance. If someone makes plans with you for a Saturday night, they're pretty sure that they'll have as good a time hanging out with you as with than anyone else: a high compliment, indeed. Girls especially will take advantage of the extra time on Saturday to really get ready for the date, and dress up far more than they would on a weeknight.
The Sunday Night Date: Worst night of the week. A Sunday night date just calls attention to the fact that you both had other plans with other people (whether with friends or dates) on Friday and Saturday. You're both probably pretty drained from the weekend, and possibly pretty stressed about the work week ahead. Chances are you won't stay out late, won't drink too much cause you're hungover from the weekend and won't spend too much cause you're broke. Sundays are no fun for dates: better to stay in and recuperate, rather than try to squeeze too much out of the weekend.
At 66 years old, Helen Mirren still has it. The Oscar-winning actress was crowned "Body of the Year" in a new survey released by the L.A. Fitness gym chain. People.com reports that out 2,000 survey particpants, 18 percent chose Mirren as the celebrity with the best body. Elle MacPherson followed with 10 percent. Other runners-up included Jennifer Lopez, Kate Middleton and Kate Winslet.
Meanwhile, David Beckham topped the hottest male bodies, followed by Daniel Craig and Johnny Depp.
Facebook has quietly launched a new feature allowing you announce and document your pregnancy. There's a new "expected child" field, in which users can announce their due date and chosen name without creating a separate page for the unborn child. (Daily Mail)
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