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The leap from ghost writer to writing about a gho...
Ellen Hegarty spent most of her professional life as a ghost writer for corporate customers in big cities. Now that she’s moved to Keuka Lake, she’s a ghost writer of a whole different sort. Hegarty,...
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Whole grains punch up blueberry muffins
By SARA MOULTON Associated Press Ripe, plentiful blueberries are such a highlight of summer that some of us are prone to getting the blueberry blues during the rest of the year. Happily, imported...
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New Jersey Herald
Vernon Morning Star
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Eureka college dedicates $6 million addition
EUREKA, Ill. -- Eureka college students are marking the start of school year with a new $6.7 million building. The four-story Sanders Hall includes a state of the art chemistry lab, multimedia...
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Extended warranties may not save you money
Nearly all big-ticket items � from cars to TVs to power tools � come with a warranty. The idea is simple: If a consumer shells out significant cash, they want either the manufacturer or the seller to...
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Model Call: Paige Reifler
Paige Reifler is a fast-talking, F-bomb-dropping, born-and-bred New Yorker. On a recent afternoon at WWD’s office, she showed up in an all-black outfit (natch), accessorized with a Saint Laurent bag...
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A face for newspapers? Bob Kravitz starts his WTH...
INDIANAPOLIS - Here's when I knew my life had changed. It was Sunday afternoon, normally an afternoon reserved for golf and/or mowing the lawn, and here I was a Sephora in the Fashion Mall, surrounded...
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Kitchen Call: The season for lobster, veggies
By Linda Bassett More Content Now Last weekend, a group of us met in a friend�s New Hampshire garden to gather baskets of tomatoes and onions and peppers and eggplants. In that cool region, summer...
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The Harrisburg Daily Register
The Neosho Daily News
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Trip ‘home’ exciting for novelist an Elizabeth Ph...
When she rolls into town this week to meet some of her fans, contemporary-romance writer Susan Elizabeth Phillips might need a red carpet. After all, she is royalty here. Raised in central Ohio and...
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Polaris-nominated Cold Specks back with second al...
Al Spx is seen in this undated handout photo. Al Spx wrote her first album as Cold Specks in a closet and her second while holed up in a cottage in the
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in Somerset, England. THE...
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Friday morning weather forecast
THE ICE HAD MELTED SO THE WATER WAS EVEN COLDER. SO IT WAS COLD, YOU'LL JUST HAVE TO TRUST US. IT WAS COLD. IT FELT PRETTY GOOD IT WAS A HOT DAY. THE NICE THING ABOUT IT IS THAT IT'S BEEN ALMOST 100...
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Meatless Monday in Boulder
Call me a creature of the nightshade. I love tomatoes the best: I can only hope that proverbial desert island has good soil, because vine-ripened tomatoes would be the one food I cannot do...
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Boulder Daily Camera
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Mary Ann Arlio
New local golf program looks to simplify game
McMahon's 'Golf 8.5' program will be shown on winter tour LENOX -- If you watch all the instruction shows on the Golf Channel or read all the tips in golf publications, you'd think the golf swing was...
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'Murder Me Always' at Kirby-Hill House in Septemb...
Players during a dress rehearsal for their upcoming Murder Mystery Dinner Theater production "
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" in Kountze at the The Kirby-Hill House Museum. Wednesday, March 16, 2011. Valentino...
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Staudt on Sunday: To Europe and back again
My year started at the Rose Bowl, and I prepared for the 2014 campaign by losing 15 pounds hiking miles through Bavaria and the Swiss Alps last week to get ready for the new season. My late dad...
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The Tony Stewart/Kevin Ward, Jr. debate: I’m out....
And as for waiting until the investigation is complete – thanks, but no thanks. I knew this was coming a few days ago when I was listening to Sirius Speedway on NASCAR’s satellite radio channel. Host...
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Kevin Ward Jr.
Abilene Sees Baby Boom Nine Months After Harsh Wi...
It's baby season! Little bundles of joy are filling up birthing centers in Abilene--but the baby boom is no surprise to local doctors. "I've had to turn them away, so I don't know what the delivery...
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Kids do change everything — and that's OK
... of the...
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Rainy days provide a chance to catch up on local ...
When I wrote this on Aug. 5, it seemed like it had been raining for a week straight. Don't get me wrong, I love a good thunderstorm or two, but when it rains day after day, I get pretty darn...
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Athens area nonprofits discuss better ways to wor...
New computer software and a community-wide health assessment being launched this fall has the potential to create solutions to social issues that have long plagued Athens-Clarke County, according to...
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Accordion gaining respect through festival
The accordion, in many people’s minds, is the Rodney Dangerfield of instruments. Like the famous comedian, it doesn’t get any respect. Mary Ross, who’s been playing the instrument for 50 years, and...
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