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November 24, 2006


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Nov 24,2006
Protecting our air, water and land is not a partisan matter. Neither is protecting our planet from global warming. Both are matters of fact, economics and common sense. Americans want change. They want to see science - not party ideology - restored as the foundation of public policy, especially when it comes to energy and the environment. Here are some steps Congress can and should take now. Advertisement - Energy policy. The United States needs ... [full story]
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Nov 24,2006
Most women find that the holidays offer them an opportunity to experiment with festive party looks that play with shimmer and color. This season, there is a return to a classic, feminine look accented with a modern edge. Reds and golds grounded by earthy neutrals and metallics illuminate the face this season. The latest makeup textures and shades allow all women to express their personalities with color and feel completely comfortable doing so. Before applying ... [full story]
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Nov 24,2006
Q: Our family room is all windows on three sides -- one reason we bought this house in the first place. The problem is, I didn't think about that when I planned an all cream-and-white color scheme. I really love the way the room looks -- cool -- yet it's anything but; it faces south and gets the afternoon sun. I have drapes on all the windows, but it hurts me to keep them closed. ... [full story]
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Nov 24,2006
During the week, there were 30 reports of vehicle break-ins, with an estimated value of stolen items at $10,894.  Of the 30 reports, 13 vehicles were unlocked.  DUII arrests totaled 12, and there were 18 warrant arrests made.  Four bicycles were reported stolen, with an estimated value of $1,396.  Three of the four bicycles were unlocked. 11/16.  Two women were cited and released for theft and shoplifting when they were witnessed stealing $104.90 in groceries from ... [full story]
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Nov 24,2006
Apparently an abundance of rich foods during the holiday season poses problems for more than just our waistlines. Overindulgence could turn the yuletide into heartburn season for many Americans. Making merry is often synonymous with overindulging - whether from holiday feasts or rich desserts or alcoholic beverages. Heartburn is often marked by a characteristic burning sensation that sufferers describe as rolling up into their chest. "Most of the time heartburn is a nuisance, not a ... [full story]
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Nov 24,2006
Videoconferencing has worked its way into the everyday American business vernacular, making possible everything from run-of-the-mill weekly project reviews to virtual summits between heads-of-state. But, don’t despair if you lack the White House’s budget. It turns out that small companies seldom have an urgent business need for high quality videoconferencing, which takes expensive gear to give participants “a good look into the eyes” of one another. But many businesses, large and small, can benefit from ... [full story]
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Nov 24,2006
We’re have rolling blackouts again. That’s because there are too many people and not enough foresight to go around. One moment I was surfing cyberspace and the next I was a caveman.  Zzzzzzap! Lights out. The refrigerator stopped buzzing; the clocks stopped ticking. Somewhere in the distance, a dog barked. I stared at the blank screen for two minutes. It was like trying to accept that your car had been stolen. I was the guy ... [full story]
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Nov 24,2006
If you've jumped on the label-making bandwagon to keep your files, shelves and storage containers in order, you know labels are indispensable, but they always seem to run out just when you're in the middle of an organizing frenzy. Unfortunately, when trying out various fonts, sizes and effects such as bold, italic and foreign-language accent marks, it often takes trial and error before you get a label exactly right. Waste a few too many and ... [full story]
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Nov 24,2006
Sure, there's something to be said for touring Independence Hall, viewing the Liberty Bell, gorging at the open-air Italian Market, the last of its kind in the country, and taking in other historical attractions during a trip to Philadelphia. But the real finds are the many lesser-known museums that not only interest and educate but often amuse visitors to the City of Brotherly Love.   MUTTER MUSEUM - The vast medical exhibit at Mutter Museum’s College of ... [full story]
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Nov 24,2006
Market researchers expect that more digital TVs than analog will be sold this year, and the weeks leading up to Christmas and the Super Bowl are the peak of the TV shopping season. That means there are more people than ever trying to figure out the complicated transition from analog to digital TV, a world filled with acronyms, engineering numbers and new accessories.   HDTV 101 - Shopping for an HDTV requires research, but the installation of ... [full story]
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