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Hidden in plain sight: Alabama man sells junk sto...
Hidden in plain sight: Alabama man sells junk store f ind for $100K Robert Morris treated the five-gallon clay jug like anyone would treat an item they paid $12 for more than 40 years ago. But...
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Birmingham Museum of Art
Yesterday's toy box a priceless gift
LA CENTER — What's an antique toy worth? An "
" expert would huddle with colleagues and come up with a likely auction price or insurance value. Dollars, that is. But visit the La...
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Got a treasure? Find out at ET PBS appraisal event
East Tennessee PBS is hosting a March 29 appraisal fair. So if you have a cherished family heirloom or a real find found at a yard sale, you’re invited to bring it to see if it’s really valuable or...
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University of Tennessee
Bee picks for fun things to do
What: To celebrate its 75th anniversary, John Steinbeck’s novel “The Grapes of Wrath” will be discussed – along with the larger social, cultural and historical issues it raises – in a symposium hosted...
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Bagging bargains at Thursday Club rummage sale
How much is that fur coat in the corner? Thirty-five dollars. Forty, tops. How about its neighbor, Mr. Tommy Bahama Shirt? Twelve bucks. The flat-screen TV on the floor? As of Tuesday, the pricing...
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Postcards from the edge
In the age of Instagram, the art of sending postcards may slowly be heading south but there's one place where sending a postcard is still in vogue and, oddly enough, you'll have to head south to find...
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My favorite shows are from quirky undiscovered ch...
Having grown up in the age of mud huts, hunter-gatherer subsistence and only two television stations broadcasting to strange antennae called "rabbit ears," I feel that I am a useful control group for...
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Star Trek: The Next Generation
Innovative CET VP has retired
... got to look at technology, and what you should be doing, based on what the community wants and needs from you,� he said. CET filled another void in 2010, when it replaced PBS� World channel...
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The clear-the-clutter closet makeover
By Laurie Pike Main squeezeWe cling too much to clothes that cling too much to us. Not only do we believe we’ll eventually fit into that slinky dress once again, we even buy new too-tight items as an...
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Studio One Networks
Top weekend television picks
Cambridge News Friday 28 Feb 2014 12:14 PM Saturday 1 march: Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway (ITV, 7pm) Ant’s probably not feeling on top of the world after slicing the tip of his thumb off...
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Connecticut's Golden Age Of Furniture Design
Auctions and well-known with his twin brother Leslie Keno for their appearances on 18 seasons of "
" on PBS, agrees. "I think it's one of the great scandals of American furniture...
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Denver museum makes good on Super Bowl bet
Published: Wednesday, February 26, 2014, 7:13 p.m. Denver museum makes good on Super Bowl bet DENVER— Peyton Manning wasn't there for the handoff.But Denver Art Museum staffer Amy Barrett wore a No....
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KENS 5 San Antonio
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50 Cent goes independent for new album Animal Amb...
... Cent and his G-Unit record label have gone independent after 12 years under the umbrella of Shady Records, Aftermath Entertainment and Interscope Records. © PA Images / Evan Agostini / AP 50 Cent...
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Antiques Roadshow to receive French remake
The long-running BBC series will arrive on France 2, presented by actress and comedian Charlotte De Turckheim. The show was first broadcast in the UK in 1979 and has welcomed other international...
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Second of BR ‘Roadshow’ segments will air Monday
The second segment of “
: Baton Rouge” will air at 7 p.m. and 8:10 p.m. Monday on WLPB, Channel 27 (cable Channel 12 in Baton Rouge and Lafayette) and at 7 p.m. on WYES, Channel 12...
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National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Edwyn Collins: 'I'm slow at first. Then my though...
... out all over again,” Edwyn chipped in (rather cheerfully, as I remember). The doctors said they would need to wait three days to administer pressure-relieving drugs – “if he survives,” they...
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Pam's Party Line for Feb. 23, 2014
I went from divine to devilish all in one Saturday and what a trip it was! The day after Valentine’s started off sweetly enough, but oh what a finalé it had at the Spanish Town Mardi Gras...
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Man sells antique jug for $100 000 - For years it...
For years, it sat in the corner of his den. It was decorated for various holidays, usually topped with a straw hat. It was filled with change and knocked over countless times. Robert Morris treated...
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Addicted to Wealth
Here is the reason that he left that scene. But in the end, it was actually my absurdly wealthy bosses who helped me see the limitations of unlimited wealth. I was in a meeting with one of them, and...
Read more at Psychology Today
Alexis de Tocqueville
Royal British Legion plan major events to mark Fi...
As they sit trying to understand the horrors of the Great War, the children from Stowmarket High School will write about the 79 men whose names are on the town’s war memorial. The three best essays...
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