Valentine's Day Breakups, Jump Rope for AHA, Gear up for Relay for Life

The hearts and roses have gone, but we've brought you Five Things in their place. Not a bad trade off.

Jump rope for American Heart Association

Students at jump rope for the American Heart Association at 7:30 a.m. is up next on Thursday and picks up the rope on Friday.

Pelham author spotlighted at Bartow Pell Museum

Fen Montaigne discusses his recent release, “Fraser’s Penguins,” a chronicle of five months spent in Anartica with scientist Bill Fraser, at the Bartow Pell Museum tonight from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Check back on Wednesday when Stevenson Swanson offers up a profile of the Pelham author in About Town.

Beware of Post-Valentine’s Day breakups

Couples experiencing shaky ground are 2.55 times more likely to break up during Valentine’s Day season compared with other months, according to a 2004 study conducted by Morse and Neuberg.

Gear up for Relay for Life

Head over to tonight at 6 p.m. to learn how you can participate in the June 4 “Relay for Life,” an overnight racing event that benefits the American Cancer Society.

Trade chocolate for apples

Put. Down. The. Chocolates. Let the Valentine’s Day treats go and gulp down the green apple cider has recently started whipping up for customers.


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