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Nov 16,2007
I remember, years ago, when my husband and I were walking to our car in the parking lot after an outing to the swap meet when a man in front of us jerked a little girl off the ground by her arm and yelled at her. When the girl started crying, the guy whacked her on the backside and snarled, "Shut up!" At that point, my husband grabbed me by the arm. He knew I ... [full story]
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Nov 16,2007
Stoweflake, located five minutes from New England's Stowe Mountain Resort, recently underwent a $400 million revitalization with the addition of an intermountain transfer gondola, new trails, a new beginner area, two new high-speed detachable quads, fully automated snowmaking and an enhanced freestyle area.   TIME TO RELAX - Stoweflake's aqua solarium therapy room is the place to go to soothe muscles after a long day of skiing. CNS Photo.  Skiers can take advantage of the Stoweflake "Ski ... [full story]
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Nov 16,2007
Q: There is so much discussion about age now. Nevertheless, many family members are asking me how I feel on a regular basis. Maybe it's because I have just had my 65th birthday, but I'm not overly concerned about my health and future. I do feel blessed and lucky, but do I have to defend it? A: Maybe adult kids are beginning to feel a few aches and pains themselves. Not having actually experienced some ... [full story]
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Nov 16,2007
We used to live in a one-level co-op in Washington, D.C. During that time Kate had a bum knee that hurt off and on, and gradually became chronic. A couple of months after moving to Frederick, Md., though, her knee stopped hurting. Finally we realized that the one big difference was stairs. In our co-op, she rarely used the stairs. In our three-level town house, Kate walks the stairs frequently. Such a simple change in ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007
So you're thinking about an English Christmas?   STILL GRATEFUL - Every year, Norway gives Londoners a Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square as thanks for their help in World War II. CNS Photo by Joan Scobey.    FAMILIES ON SKATES - The Natural History Museum has one of London's popular ice skating rinks. CNS Photo by Joan Scobey.    FEELING FLUSHED - Regent Street lights often feature comic figures, such as Spike and Whitey from 'Flushed Away,' a popular animated ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007
ROCHESTER, England - Charles Dickens "became the most celebrated literary figure of his time," noted one of his biographers, Edgar Johnson. "(He) belongs to all the world."   LITERARY LEGEND - Noted as 'the most celebrated literary figure of his time,' Charles Dickens' classic works still inspire millions. His image can be seen everywhere along Rochester, such as this stained glass window. CNS Photo by Sharon Whitley Larsen.    GAD'S HILL PLACE - Charles Dickens spent his final ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007
NEWPORT, R.I. - Christmas comes to the Newport Mansions on Nov. 17, arriving in a blaze of sparkle and color and dressing those magnificent homes with thousands of scarlet poinsettias, fresh flowers, evergreens, trees, wreaths and 19th century ornaments.   MADE OF MARBLE - The foyer of Marble House, the most lavish house in America in 1892, sparkles during the holiday season. The mansion was built and furnished at a cost of $11 million. John Corbett ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007
Over the telephone, Maria Olson sounded anxious. "Are you OK?" asked Olson, San Diego's honorary consul for Spain. "I'm fine," replied Michael Inoue, San Diego's honorary consul for Japan. "I'm OK." But at that moment, Inoue realized that he wasn't OK. In a crime that shook San Diego's tiny diplomatic community, he recently fell victim to a computerized mugging. Cyber thieves had pilfered his online address book and issued a sad - but bogus - ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007
The new movie "Lars and the Real Girl" is pulling back the curtain on an unusual world where people find companionship in the arms of eerily lifelike silicone dolls.   REAL DOLLS - An Abyss Creations worker installs an eyeball onto a RealDoll. The company is so backed up that it takes three to five months to complete an order. CNS Photo by Laura Embry.    HEART TO PART WITH - At Abyss Creations in San Marcos, Calif., ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007
Q: Although you have stated many times in your column that if a cat owner feeds a high quality commercially prepared diet that is labeled as complete, additional nutrients are not needed. However, my wife still insists on giving our cat additional vitamins and supplements. I, of course, look at this as an unnecessary expense. This is not insignificant since we are on a fixed income. Our cat is healthy and has been vaccinated for ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007
Three caregivers contacted me in a single week singing the praises of their parents' board-and-care homes. How refreshing, but not surprising. Despite the horror stories that make news and scare older folks and their children away from retirement homes, I frequently bump into places where I wouldn't mind living someday. In fact, my own mom loved her assisted-living apartment and later her skilled-nursing facility. Susan Zagorsky is thrilled with her mother's board-and-care in Del Mar, ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007
I remember when my son, Ryan, discovered tennis at Y summer camp. He was 7. Over time, he asked for lessons, then to play in a few tournaments. He was a solid player and, I thought, eventually might be good enough to get a scholarship. That's what we all think, says Roger Blake, assistant executive director of the California Interscholastic Federation, the governing body of high school sports. He was coming to my town soon ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007
In Mexico, Club Med's Ixtapa Pacific is currently undergoing a $20 million transformation that will upgrade the resort's shared spaces and guest rooms, and suites will be introduced for the first time. Nestled on Mexico's Pacific coast, Club Med was the first resort built in the area in 1982 and spans 30 acres of beachfront property. The resort will open on Dec. 22 as an ideal spot for young families, with programs for infants and ... [full story]
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