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The Malady and the Melody: Revealed
Positivity is crucial, Chuck says, as though reminding himself. Soon after he began to bleed again, he drove to the hospital. A gastroenterologist offered a colonoscopy. Chuck agreed, preparing for...
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A tribute to St. Mary's High School: Learning – w...
The “Forever a Trojan” slogan emblazoned on the white T-shirt of 90-year-old Anna Puhr Myers says it all. She’ll always be a St. Mary’s High School Trojan no matter what. Anna wore it proudly when...
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Donley’s Wild West Town a return to yesteryear
James Kanter, playing a deputy, at left, and Jessica MIller, dressed as saloon girl Lil, practice their roles for the Wild West Show at Donley's Wild West Town, a re-created Old West town and museum...
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Exploring the attic in 'The Price' at Eventide
What a lucky thing for us Cape Codders that Toby Wilson, the director of “The Price,” saw a production of it nearly 25 years ago at the Charles Street Playhouse in Boston. As he says in his program...
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Cornville's 10-Mile Yard Sale set for this weekend
... PMCornville's 10-Mile Yard Sale set for this weekendTraffic and parking trouble spots being monitored; vendors hope for turnaround in sales decline Susan Lehan never liked it when hundreds of...
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The Malady and the Melody
In the corridors of the hospital, doctors present cases to each other, leaving out patient names and personal details to focus on the medical facts. But sometimes, a patient's personality, his...
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...Mother's Day memories
She nurtured my love for reading pretty early on. One of my greatest feelings growing up was when I would hear that my mom had told someone how she discovered I knew how to read at the age of four....
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Humanity's Worst Inventions
Minds can sometimes go astray, as proven by the recent article from Popular Science. Its editors went back to take a look at the most impractical, failed inventions they have featured over the years....
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From the archive, 11 May 1912: A speaking cinemat...
At a meeting of the Royal Institution last night Professor W. Stirling, of Manchester University, delivered a lecture on the Gaumont speaking cinematograph films. M. Gaumont conducted a demonstration...
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Ballets Russes Mecaniques
Bob Berkman will demonstrate at the National Gallery of Art why the pianola still rules On a fine evening late last spring, Bob Berkman welcomed a small group of guests to his West Side home for an...
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Help Me Howard - 2 Water Meters
WSVN -- Allen Simmons: "I found it about 15 years ago." If you walk into Allen Simmons' house, you will see why they say one man's trash is another man's treasure. Allen Simmons: "It is a high...
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Rare cabaret tunes by Cy Walter brought back to l...
Cabaret performances are intimate, fleeting, like a stranger in the night whispering in your ear — then gone. It was by just such a fleeting chance that this reporter, brought to an event by a...
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Community steps to the plate to preserve historic...
WINTERS — It was a pretty nice hotel but apparently, no place for a young girl. “This thing was built in 1909 and they had meals here and everything,” said Bobby Mayo, 82, a volunteer at Rock Hotel...
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Be amazed by what’s around you
By Annette O’Brien I recently read the biography of Georgia O’Keeffe, an American artist. Her amazing paintings and life inspired me, not to take up painting — I am one of those who need a 12-inch...
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Innovation and imagination on display at 2nd annu...
AUSTIN -- Think of the second annual Austin Mini Maker Faire as the ultimate show and tell with 120 exhibits featuring robots, bottle launchers and everything in between. "I think it's pretty cool,"...
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The return of Nikola Tesla, the man who lit up th...
Nikola Tesla lit up the entire planet but died alone in a New York hotel room with hardly a cent to his name. Today, when we celebrate the pioneers of modern electricity � those men and women who took...
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Used E-Books Are Up Next for ReDigi
There's a potentially huge marketplace being born—for legitimate second-hand e-books, used digital music, and other pre-owned stuff made up of bits. And wouldn't it be nice to get a few bucks for that...
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Recalling the great Irish musician Felix Dolan
A great crowd had gathered at Our Lady of Fatima Church in Scarsdale, New York awaiting the Mass of Christian Burial concelebrated by the pastor Monsignor Hugh McManus, Monsignor Charles Coen,...
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The things you can find
MARSHALL - Spring is finally here at long last and with it the perennial signs of spring: trees budding, birds singing and, of course, garage sales. One can find all the garage sale staples at the...
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Celebrating birdsong: The colour and complexity o...
For Glasgow-based Anglo-Finnish musician and artist Hanna Tuulikki, whose choral work Voice of the Bird comes to the city’s Tectonics weekend on 11 May, birds are a gateway into folk culture and a...
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