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Jun 22,2007
Forget Spider-Man, who for all his cinematic web-slinging is still pretty much a one-trick phony. If you want to see truly marvelous silk savvy, look for the real thing: spiders.   GOT SILK? - A wasp spider sits in its web. Some spiders produce as many as seven kinds of silk, including dragline silk to support the spider as it moves about and adhesive silk for snaring prey. CNS Photo. Of course, they have had plenty of ... [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
Designer Kenneth Brown is as down-to-earth, friendly, inviting and comfortable as his designs. He isn't into patterns in his home; he wants to get inside your head, and everything he comes up with has to pass the "mom test."   KENNETH BROWN - Kenneth Brown is as down-to-earth as his designs. CNS Photo courtesy of Kenneth Brown Design.    SIZE SHOULDN'T MATTER - Kenneth Brown believes that small rooms are equally as important as larger rooms when it ... [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
SAN DIEGO - Pebble Beach had "Boat-Cam." Maybe Torrey Pines could have "Billabong-Cam." Or perhaps "Hang Glider-Cam." "We'll be looking for unique angles to show the place off," said Tommy Roy, NBC's longtime golf producer. At the last U.S. Open in California, in 2000 at Pebble Beach, "Boat-Cam" was just what it sounds like - a camera in a boat in Carmel Bay, which gave viewers a unique seal's-eye view of one of the most ... [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
If Amadou Fall had not been a champion African swimmer for Senegal in the 1970s, his son probably would not have taken up the sport. And if Assane Fall had not taken up competitive swimming, he probably wouldn't have heard from his coach about the lifeguard job on Yoff Beach outside the capital of Dakar.   THE ACCIDENTAL KAYAKER - Kayaker Assane Fall of Senagal, who has been training at the Olympic Training Center in California ... [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
  Tour de France jersey tied to yellow journalism – It wasn’t until the 16th running of the Tour de France that one of the race’s most distinctive features came to be. Partway through the race it occurred to tour organizer and newspaper editor Henri Desgrange that the race leader ought to wear something distinctive, because spectators along the route often had no idea who was winning.  [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
Summertime: Set your SPF at 30, your beach towel at McMansion and your reading at ... heavy. Yes, it's the 2007 edition of our Summer Reading Roundup, in which we suggest that, since you've got the time, serious books should be considered in season.   SUMMER READING - The weighty books of our summer reading roundup are just perfect. CNS Illustration. Disagree? Fine. Walk into a bookstore, take aim at the out-front displays and shoot off a ... [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
  Natural weight transfer can be difficult to accomplish through the swing because many times the focus is more on mechanics. To get an accurate feel for proper weight transfer, take the mechanics out of the equation. Professional golf tips.   [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
Q: Should I tighten up on the money bubble or should I get aggressive if I am medium stacked? - Rex, New York City   A respected tournament player and 1995 World Series Main Event champion, Huck Seed answers readers' questions this month. When the 6-foot-7 Vegas resident isn't making his crazy prop bets, you can find him playing tournament poker both live and online at Full Tilt. Huck was an engineering student at Caltech when ... [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
Q: Unfortunately, our family will be moving in about six weeks to a new home about 1,000 miles from where we live now. It is a great understatement to say that this move is causing a lot of anxiety within our family. One of our biggest concerns now is how to handle our three dogs during and after the move. What can we do to prepare them for the move? None of our dogs have ... [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
For the passionate professional chef, the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, Colo., is the World Series and Super Bowl rolled into one. Being invited to this Rocky Mountain culinary spectacle can be a ticket to fame and fortune - perhaps joining event stars such as Jacques Pepin, Thomas Keller, Emeril Lagasse and Mario Batali.   BRADFORD THOMPSON - Bradford Thompson, named by Food & Wine magazine as one of 10 Best New Chefs in 2004, ... [full story]
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