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This Lobster Looks Like Darth Maul
Loading Slideshow Larry David - Eagle Clip Your Enthusiasm. ( source ) Mark Wahlberg - Pigeon Pretty sure this pigeon played Mark...
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Report: Milk stamp set for 2014
The United States Postal Service will reportedly release a stamp featuring the late gay San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk in 2014. It would mark the first time a stamp has been issued specifically...
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United States Postal Service
Jersey Girl Lookin' for Love
Dear Martha, Say it isn't so. Tell me you over-salted the vichyssoise. Tell me the rack of lamb turned out medium-well. Tell me you donated the proceeds of your designer pet accessories to animal...
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Caesar salad not named for Julius
Q: Anytime I have a Caesar salad, I wonder, what is its connection to Julius Caesar? A: While it’s natural to associate the salad’s name with the Roman emperor, the two actually have nothing in...
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Cookbook awards season comes to a close with plen...
... Cocina Latina:? The Food of Latin America," by Maricel E. Presilla (W.W. Norton & Co.) Cookbook Hall of Fame: Anne Willan, for the whole of her cookbook authorship, which includes 30...
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Exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery featu...
WASHINGTON, DC.-The Smithsonians National Portrait Gallery opened a new exhibition, Mr. Time: Portraits by Boris Chaliapin, May 17, which features covers he produced during his 28 years with Time...
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National Portrait Gallery
'Picture Cook': Drawings Are The Key Ingredients ...
Back in 2009, Katie Shelly was craving an Eggplant Parmesan. Small problem: She'd never made it before. But she remembered that a college roommate used to make it, so she called her up and asked for...
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Get Out: The week’s pocket picks in DC
... Preakness Stakes Kentucky Derby winner Orb got settled in Baltimore this week in advance of the Preakness Stakes, and according to reports, he’s in good shape and a favorite to win the second...
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the Preakness Stakes
A concert with wine and roses set for Collierville
The Germantown Symphony Orchestra will have a concert Sunday in a rose garden in Collierville as a fundraiser for the Collierville Arts Council. Owners Mary Jean and Bob Smith with their dog Coco on...
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Mary McCartney follows vegetarian tradition in ne...
When Mary McCartney and her three siblings were young and vacationing on a family farm in Scotland, their father endeavored to teach them about all the beautiful food that sprang from the earth. “Dad...
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‘Nunsense’ provides big laughs in season finale p...
ORANGE — Come on down to the playhouse of the Orange Community Players for a fun night with the five nuns from the convent of the Little Sisters of Hoboken! Be sure and bring your sense of humor along...
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'Commando spice' pepper is nothing to sneeze at
Pepper is hot. And earthy. And aggressive. And sneeze-inducing. It's also ubiquitous, sitting alongside the saltshaker on nearly every table, home or away, in America. But although salt and pepper...
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Library gets ready for summer
WASHINGTON — Washington Carnegie Library patrons are invited experience a taste of France in the summer reading program “An Appetite for Life” slated to begin June 10. Registration is taking place now...
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Sweet & savory delights for Mother's Day
In this image taken on April 22, a ham and cheddar quiche for Mother's Day is shown in Concord, N.H. Matthew Mead/ Associated Press In this image taken on April 15, easy blueberry-peach mousse...
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Baldo's Acres -- a rose-lover's retirement projec...
Looking for the perfect patch for his hobby, Baldo Villegas bought a little 2-acre ranchette in Orangevale and got to work. The pastures were filled with star thistle. Side yards were overgrown with...
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Dearborn makes list of favorite 'mom' destinations
WZZM 13 ONLINE Looking for an unusual Mother's Day gift? Consider taking Mom on a trip. "National Geographic" author Marybeth Bond has made a point of traveling with her mother and daughters,...
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Bon Appetit and more at Memorial Hall Library
A visit from
courtesy of Delvena Theatre Company tops the highlights for May at Memorial Hall Library. The French Chef will visit the library at 2 North Main St. in Andover on Tuesday, May...
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Memorial Hall Library
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John HancockVoice: Pitfalls To Avoid When Plannin...
Harlan David Sanders was 65 when he hit it big with Kentucky Fried Chicken. Laura Ingalls Wilder was the same age when she wrote the Little House on the Prairie Series. Eleven years their senior was...
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Laura Ingalls Wilder
Greater Boston author readings May 5-11
SUNDAY: Patti Moreno (�Gardening by Cuisine: An Organic-Food Lover�s Guide to Sustainable Living�) reads at 2 p.m. at Wellesley Books, 82 Central St., Wellesley � Jill Teitelman (�Saving Gracie�)...
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Randy Susan Meyers
Boston Public Library
NORTH COAST GARDENING: Roses add a touch of class
Since Mother's Day is nearly here, local nurseries are filled to the brim with vibrant, healthy roses. Buy a rose for Mom, and one for you, too, because one of the best ways to perk up a boring...
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College of the Redwoods
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