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Jun 08,2007
THE CHEF It's June and for many foodies, that means it's time for America's premier food event - the three-day Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, Colo. This upscale mountain town is taken over by food and wine lovers from around the world in search of a great culinary experience and a chance to meet a great winemaker or legendary chef. One of those legends seen at almost every event is Jacques Pepin.   JACQUES PEPIN ... [full story]
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Jun 08,2007
Dad might beat Mom. Mom might pull a knife on boyfriend. Mom and Dad or Mom and boyfriend might argue all the time. Or, simply, Mom could have a black eye when the kids wake up in the morning.   THE SILENT MAJORITY - Children's agency counselors are puzzled over why many potential clients hesitate to come forward. CNS Illustration by Michael Anthony Noel. The staff of Peoria's Children in Peoria, Ill., counsels very young children who ... [full story]
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Jun 08,2007
Yeah, yeah. We all know the bit about springtime thoughts turning to love. But, trust us, there are plenty of other pressing issues to think about at this time of year. Like how you're going to look in that bikini and what intriguing white wines we're going to drink with the bright, fresh-from-the-garden food of the season. That means time to expand our horizons. Forget heavy, oaky chardonnays. For kicks, let's even forget all the ... [full story]
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Jun 08,2007
The historic Badrutt's Palace Hotel in St. Moritz, Switzerland, has summer packages with savings up to 57 percent from the Swiss Alps' most sophisticated address.   SWISS BLISS - A cable car makes its way up a hill over St. Moritz, Switerzerland. Summer hightlights include a car convention, a golf tournament and a yach race. CNS Photo courtesy of Badrutt's Palace Hotel. Alpine Summer Feeling: Two-night package in a Superior room including a free upgrade upon availability, ... [full story]
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Jun 08,2007
Q. Our city government is currently discussing specific dog breed ban legislation. This has arisen because of several serious dog attacks on children recently by mostly large breed dogs, which look like they might be partially pit bull. This issue has really divided our community and has become very emotional. Are dog bites a problem throughout the United States? Are we just more concerned in our community right now because of the recent attacks? A. ... [full story]
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Jun 08,2007
Q: My brother and I are our dad's caretakers. He is 77 and still able to function in his own home with part-time help. Either my brother or I personally check on him every day. His doctor now recommends major surgery to extend his life for a few extra months. Neither Dad nor we believe it is the right thing to do. How should we resolve our differences with his doctor? A: You are wise ... [full story]
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Jun 08,2007
Every spring and every autumn, regular as clockwork, my wife Kate's eyes turn red, swollen, watery and itchy. Very irritating. Not to mention that it puts her out of action for pretty much any outdoor activity until she can get the allergies under control using anti-allergy pills. Like many older people, Kate has developed year-round allergies as she has grown older. Until her 40s, she was allergy free. Then, for a number of years, her ... [full story]
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Jun 08,2007
Governments lie to their citizens.  It is the norm.  We have come to expect it.  Sometimes we like it that way.  Lies can provide psychological comfort. Lies are particularly well-absorbed in matters dealing with war and the military.  Armed forces recruitment would be seriously impaired if we asked young men and women to bear arms for the economic benefit of Chevron, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, Haliburton International, and unnamed global investors.  It is ... [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
MACAU - The assignment was to accompany Philip Chiang, owner of the P.F. Chang China Bistro restaurants (155 nationally), and his executive chefs on a culinary journey through Macau in search of new menu items.   FINDING NEW FOOD - Philip Chiang, owner of the P.F. Chang China Bistro restaurants, in search of new menu items, samples the Garlic Prawns at Restaurante Porto in Macau. CNS photo by John Blanchette.    STREET EATS - Restaurants are not the ... [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
PORTLAND, Ore. - Portland can be a little paradise in the summertime. The city streets are crowded with residents enjoying the neighborhood bistros and coffee shops, and the hopping breweries have helped change deserted warehouse districts into thriving nightspots. By mid-June, the constant gray mists of spring have melted away, revealing deep-blue-sky summer days. Temperatures are perfect for long evening strolls.   MAJESTIC MOUNT HOOD - A view of downtown Portland, dubbed 'The best little European ... [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
Wanted: fun-loving folks for full- and part-time positions in retirement resort and RV park. Fixer-upper projects, landscaping, light carpentry, repairs and lawn care are part of the job in a laid-back, family-oriented environment. Work 10 hours a week each for a couple, or 20 hours for an individual, in return for a site with full hookups.   ON THE JOB - A group of happy workampers at Dollywood, a family theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. ... [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
Cakes that slide off the table, skunks threatening the flowers, candles melting in clumps! What is a bride to do when a disaster strikes her wedding? Calm down, say readers and experts in the field.   WEDDING DAZE - When it comes to weddings, you have to keep a sense of humor. CNS Illustration by Eri Hashimoto.  "When it comes to weddings, you have to keep a sense of humor. Don't get caught up in 'perfect' because ... [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
Q: Are there examples of pets that have helped presidential candidates win elections? Do candidates ever use their pets in their campaigns? It seems to me that some of the candidates for the 2008 election might benefit by including their pets in their campaigns. Given that more households in the United States have pets than have children, it make sense to me that having a warm, fuzzy pet might be a real asset to a ... [full story]
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