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Market Fresh Finds: Pass the Peas, Please

Fresh pea season is short but sweet, so make the most of the opportunity while you can. Peas are members of the legume family. Peas can be eaten raw or cooked, which sweetens them slightly.

Cake Happy hits the sweet spot

John and Nikki O'Keeffe opened Cake Happy in October, specializing in custom made cakes for all occasions. Their storefront location in historical downtown Camas provides cupcakes and other baked items in addition to a full espresso selection of beverages, plus cold brew, six days a week. Baked goods are made fresh daily in small batches from organic ingredients and no preservatives.

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Market Fresh Finds: Pass the Peas, Please

Fresh pea season is short but sweet, so make the most of the opportunity while you can. Peas are members of the legume family. Peas can be eaten raw or cooked, which sweetens them slightly.

Automotive odd couple on History's 'Leepu & Pitbull'

As the adage sort of goes, look before you Leepu — and that's exactly what Steve "Pitbull" Trimboli did when a production company approached him to do a reality show about his Freeport, N.Y., custom-car garage. They introduced him online to Bangladesh-born custom-car designer Nizamuddin "Leepu" Awlia, he says, and, "I told him my thoughts, he told me his, and the next we know we're doing a TV show."

Traffic safety issues a concern in Marrion neighborhood

On the morning of June 3, Jacques Cotton was standing on the sidewalk tending to his yard. Suddenly, a car attempting a U-turn in an adjacent intersection lost control and barreled into a yield sign on the corner. The vehicle tore the sign out of the ground and continued onto Cotton's property.

Lion cubs stuck at Gaza border en route to Jordan shelter

RAFAH, Gaza Strip — A pair of lion cubs en route to a wildlife sanctuary in Jordan got stuck at a Gaza-Israel border crossing on Friday, after being kept as pets for almost a year by a family in the crowded coastal strip.

Episcopalians vote to allow gay marriages

SALT LAKE CITY — Episcopalians voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to allow religious weddings for same-sex couples, solidifying the church's embrace of gay rights that began more than a decade ago with the pioneering election of the first openly gay bishop.

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