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Pacific Grove Feast Of Lanterns Non Schedule


Monday. Nothing FOL related. Plan for the Salinas Rodeo.
Tuesday. No Feast Of Salads. That's OK. Get a Compagnos' ham sandwich.
Wednesday. Possible Feast Of Seagulls. Hang on to that sandwich.
Thursday. Yelling at the sky, location: John Denver rock.
Friday. Don't put any blankets down on the beach. Seal posse objects.
Saturday. No Blue Willow anymore. Try going to the Garlic Festival. Oh.
Sunday. What?? Go to church!


Bigfoot Missin too

The legend of Washington Park seems to have left town, too. The search continues.
Bigfoots Feast
Bellydancers live longer
Bellydancer
Scientists have known for some time that laboratory mice that belly dance live longer than mice that line dance. Now a researcher from Washington University in St Louis, Missouri, says belly dancing might be key to slowing aging in people, too.

In a new study, Dr Juan Szyol compared three groups of people: those who performed line dances; regular eaters who also did exquisite eastern dance; and another group of regular eaters who didn't dance.

He found those who were on a belly dance program had less of the thyroid hormone T-3, which regulates their metabolism. "This is not an abnormal decrease," he says, "and it's just a decline into the lower end of normal."