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Labor Day is celebrated annually on the first Monday in September. The holiday is intended to honor the American worker. In 1894, Congress passed an act acknowledging that the contributions of individuals who work for the better good of a … Continue reading

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Most people have an ingrained responsibility to act within the best interests of our society and environment. It’s simply the right thing to do. We’ve been brought up to help others. The business world acts in the same way. Publicly-traded … Continue reading

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It’s easy to take our national parks for granted; to us, they’ve always been there. These majestic landmarks are a part of our American landscape, so it’s natural to assume they will be available when we are ready to travel, … Continue reading

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People love hand thrown stoneware and like to travel. Combining the two makes people happy – and that’s good for America and Sunset Hill Stoneware. Since 1979, my tradition has been picking up a souvenir mug when my husband and … Continue reading

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Ever put a dish in the microwave and need hot pads to remove it because the container was so hot?  You won’t have that issue with Sunset Hill Stoneware mugs. Our pottery artisans apply mug handles that won’t heat up … Continue reading

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It’s here. The week you’ve been waiting for. The companionship you been thriving. It’s American Craft Beer Week! The week-long national event was the inspiration of the Brewers Association in 2006. It allows craft brewers to unite with craft beer … Continue reading

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The coffee industry uses a colorful flavor wheel. Created by the SCAA (Specialty Coffee Association of America) in 1995, it helped to define what specialty coffee was and at the same time helped position it away from commercial coffee. The … Continue reading

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A child’s best friend can be their first two-wheeled bicycle. It becomes their most trusted transportation and many a child finds their pursuit of happiness while riding their bike. It gets them away from home and chores; it gives them an … Continue reading

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Back in the 60’s Batman and Robin taught us that crime doesn’t pay. Looking back at the series, it’s interesting that the dual team never thought of partnering with a crime-fighting dog. Canines have been used for hunting and providing … Continue reading

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There’s a movement in America that screams red, white and blue. Established in 2007, this crusade started with a small band of brothers who were passionate about United States National Soccer. It began at Captain Jack’s, a local bar in … Continue reading

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