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10 things to do in Toowoomba this weekend
... Lifeline Bookfest The Lifeline Bookfest is on again at the Founders Pavilion at the Toowoomba Showgrounds on Saturday and Sunday. There will be 100,000 books on sale with nothing over $5 and most...
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Wayval Views open garden this weekend in Blenheim
LOVERS of gardens and gardening are in for a treat this weekend, with Wayval Views garden open to the public in Blenheim, near Laidley. The multi-award winning garden is on the property of Wayne and...
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Rare 'Backstage' Look at Epcot Flower & Garden Fe...
The 2015 Epcot Flower & Garden festival kicks off March 4 and ABC News was invited to take a sneak peak backstage at the preparations. There will be more than 100
displays, many of Disney...
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Neighbors: Clubs, community events and more for s...
Following is a partial list of events and other news of note in the area. To add information to this list, email email@example.com. Computer training classes: for adult beginners are available in DVD...
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A multifaceted jewel
LENNO, Italy -- Silvia Givera is standing on the picturesque bank of Lake Como. She winds up, underhand, to throw a tennis ball to her dog Diego. The dog stands transfixed until the ball sails far out...
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What will happen to the Lizard Squad hackers ?
When the UK police arrested an 18-year-old man over the online attack in December that knocked both the XBox Live and PlayStation Network offline, plenty of people raised knowing eyebrows. On...
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These hipster t***s are going round cutting off o...
These hipster t***s are going round cutting off other hipsters’ top knots Maybe we’ve misplaced our funny bones this morning (which is totally possible, it’s Friday after all), but are we the only...
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Garden Cameos: Winter is the time to prune
Pruning is a task that is beneficial for trees and shrubs to keep them healthy and vibrant. This is also a task that many of us, me included, are nervous about performing. The garden is at its most...
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Re-Opening: Santa Barbara's Lotusland
SUMMONING SPRINGTIME: The longing for the bloom-iest time of year typically begins around Valentine's Day, when roses and dahlias and lilies fill the floral sections of stores and our own shrubs and...
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50 displays at Changi Airport for SG50
SINGAPORE: Changi Airport Group on Tuesday (Feb 17) unveiled displays at its terminals as part of SG50 celebrations, to mark Singapore's 50th year of independence this year. The displays are themed...
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Moment: Rooted in nature: Topiary sculptor produc...
A rolling stone may gather no moss, but after two decades of creating
art, Joe Kyte knows how to grow it on a portable steel frame. The 56-year-old former regional sales manager for a...
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‘Garden Jewels’ in Lundbar Hills, Part 1
Lundbar Hills, located off Fairway Drive and Lundblade Drive in Eureka, is a housing development that was created in the 1960s. It features a wide selection of home sizes and architectural styles of...
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Zoo Ball brings out animals
If someone describes the Palm Beach Zoo’s dinner dance as “a bunch of animals,” well, that’s a good thing. Zoo animals. Party animals.
animals. It’s all good. The annual Zoo Ball took place...
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Rotary working to get ‘gateway’ garden back in sh...
The "Marietta" landscaping was removed in August to make room for a widening of the intersection and new sidewalks for pedestrian safety. The mound on which the landscaping sat moved back from the...
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Why humanity is obsessed with its fur
Clamshell razors, lasers, lye depilatories, tweezers, waxes, threading and electrolysis. Humanity has used an impressive array of tools to remove hair. This is, biologically speaking, pretty strange....
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Right at Home: Nature gets a glam makeover
We're seeing lots of metallic paint, tweaked shapes and polished finishes. The resulting art and furniture pieces can be stunning. Molly McCall uses old techniques to create contemporary art pieces...
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Alice in Wonderland
Valentine's day 2015: 11 romantic places in Liver...
According to a survey by chillisauce.co.uk 30% of people in the UK think February 14 is the best day to propose, but if you’re getting down on one knee this Valentine’s Day have you thought about...
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Main Library Downtown prepares for big renovations
Main Library Downtown prepares for big renovations Much of the building will be closed during the 18-month project Visitors to the Columbus Metropolitan Library in Downtown have their rituals: maybe...
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History, horticulture bloom in Verona, Italy
VERONA, Italy — A huge angry stone face looks down on visitors through giant spires of cypress trees at Giusti Garden. The intimidating mascherone was originally designed to breathe fire, probably the...
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Broomfield Enterprise Gardening Feb.1: Your pruni...
Here are a few pruning questions received by master gardeners: Question: Last year I did some pruning on my little crabapple tree, and now I have a whole bunch of little shoots in the top of the...
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