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Classic Horror Movies to Stream for Halloween

Sure, there are plenty of amazing and terrifying modern movies, but we here at MLiving have a soft spot for the classics. Here are some great old-school horror films to add a shiver or two to your October!   Nosferatu (1922) – F.W. Murnau’s expressionist masterpiece remains one of the most chilling depictions of vampirism

The Sisters of St. Frances Gala

20 years strong, first-ever virtual event The Sisters of St. Frances have ministered communities for 104 years, starting with the education of Polish immigrants. Over the years, the Sisters have served the more challenged and are messengers of peace, embracing the poor and marginalized. Twenty years ago, the sisters began to raise funds via Galas. 

Get the best produce delivered to your door

Folks looking for the freshest ingredients from a reputable source have the chance to buy produce from The Chef’s Garden in Huron. The Garden is offering its Best of the Season Boxes for purchase on its website for delivery direct to consumers. “It’s the best of our farm as you will see it today,” said

Watch the 2020 Oscar Winners at Home

The 92nd Academy Awards took place on February 9, 2020, only three months ago, but it feels like it’s been a lifetime since that night. Every film that was honored with statues at the ceremony is now available for viewing at home, whether on a streaming service, to rent or to own. If you missed

Walking in Clover

A Clover Lawn Can Save Time, the Environment What if you could have a beautiful lawn that you mow only once or twice a year, that reduces your yard maintenance costs significantly and helps the environment? Clover, mixed into your traditional lawn or grown by itself, can do that. “My background is in science, so

Widowhood: What to Do Both Before and After

A friend of mine became a widow last night. It was a peaceful end to a long and difficult journey. Cindy’s husband was diagnosed with a rare Parkinson’s-like disease in his early 50s, and the couple lived through more than a decade of his slow debilitation. Yet even with the sure knowledge of his prognosis,