7 moves to work out like ‘Dancing With the Stars’ pro Cheryl Burke

Dancing in high heels, staying on her toes and matching the rhythm of the beat — professional dancer Cheryl Burke of “Dancing With the Stars” knows how to move. She works out to stay in tip-top shape for the show. “When I’m not dancing it’s important I stay in shape, and for me, because I’ve
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Avanti Food + Beverage in the Highland neighborhood on April 26, 2017. It encompasses five restaurants on the main level and two on the upper level. (John Leyba, The Denver Post) A new restaurant is joining the eclectic rotation of Avanti Food & Beverage’s assortment of vendors in early October. The Rotary will offer local meats cooked
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With Longs Peak in the background, people pick pumpkins at Rock Creek Farm Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze on Oct. 22, 2017 in Broomfield. (Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post) Leaves have changed in the high country and some of the high peaks have seen dustings of fresh snow, but that doesn’t mean fourteener season
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When my sister Alessandra converted to veganism a few years ago, I realised that I hardly knew anything about alternative ways to create marvellous things in the kitchen that didn’t involve animal products. She is the one who introduced me to the rather exciting world of chickpeas and their many vegan uses – one of
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Anita Salimi describes insomnia as one of the worst feelings in the world, likening being awake when she hasn’t slept to walking around in a dream-like state. “It’s awful,” she says. “When I cannot sleep I lie there thinking about what has happened during the day and what could happen tomorrow. I get frustrated and
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Big-name fast food joints aren’t the only places that serve up dollar deals on food. These local restaurants match the price and up the fancy factor. Dumplings at Banyan Bar and RefugeAt Banyan Bar and Refuge on Tremont Street in the South End, you can nab two dumplings for a dollar — daily, from 4
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BOSTON (AP) — Thousands of people are expected to walk across Boston to raise money for a breast cancer cure. The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event started at 8 a.m. Sunday with a rolling start from the DCR Hatch Shell on the Charles River. Participants will follow either a two-mile or six-mile route. Organizers
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(Bloomberg) — Americans under the age of 45 have found a novel way to rebel against their elders: They’re staying married. New data show younger couples are approaching relationships very differently from baby boomers, who married young, divorced, remarried and so on. Generation X and especially millennials are being pickier about who they marry, tying
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In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, the North Carolina Coastal Federation on Thursday issued a strong warning for residents hoping to take a swim: Stay out of ocean and intracoastal waters. In a statement, the federation said “massive stormwater runoff” from Florence has resulted in “elevated levels” of potentially harmful bacteria. The elevated levels were
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Scientists at the National Institutes of Health are “very optimistic” that sweeping opioid legislation moving through Congress will help them get moving on non-addictive treatments for pain, as the federal government tries to rein in the nationwide overdose crisis. NIH is working with companies and research partners on devices that stimulate nerves or the spinal
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