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Apr 13,2007
JAMESTOWN, Va. - It takes at least a full day - and comfortably two - to fully appreciate and experience Jamestown, the first permanent North American English colony, now celebrating its 400th anniversary.   HISTORIC JAMESTOWNE - The Archaerarium at Historic Jamestowne showcases the discoveries unearthed from James Fort and the surrounding landscape. The exhibit features arms, armor, medical instruments, ceramics, tools, coins, musical instruments and interactive virtual views overlooking actual sites. CNS Photo by Robert ... [full story]
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Apr 13,2007
Q: We are worried about our 6-year-old cat. She used to groom herself constantly, but she has stopped and now looks unkempt. Our cat has almost quit eating and appears to be losing weight. She looks really ragged. We are concerned about what has happened to our little darling. What is causing our cat's deterioration? A: It is impossible to tell you what has caused your cat's decline without actually seeing her. You should take ... [full story]
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Apr 13,2007
Q: Our only grandson is getting married in August. We love his fiancee, and the only fault we see which concerns us is her spending habits. Her parents divorced when she was 6, and her mother struggled financially. Our grandson recognizes she is a spendthrift when she has told him she owes her credit card companies $4,200. Is there any advice they might accept? A: She sounds like a lady who realizes her debt is ... [full story]
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Apr 13,2007
In a sense, one can say that the very first recording ever made was a children's record, since Thomas Edison's initial experimental recording in 1877 was of the nursery rhyme "Mary Had a Little Lamb." Between that moment and through the demise of the 78 rpm record around 1960, thousands of albums and single shellac discs aimed at a juvenile audience were produced. A new book, "The Complete Guide to Vintage Children's Records" by Peter ... [full story]
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Apr 13,2007
Dr. Michael Grossman, wanted to do something out of the ordinary to make the transition into retirement. Troubled by the many people living on low or fixed incomes, the uninsured and small-business owners who couldn't afford dental insurance, Grossman, a periodontist, decided to stay with what he knows best and looked for ways to help people obtain less expensive dental health care. The result: In 2006, he inaugurated his newest offspring, New Dental Choice, especially ... [full story]
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Apr 06,2007
THE CHEF, AUTHOR AND ENTREPRENEUR Sara Foster's intense dislike of commuting changed her life. It was 1981 and the Tennessee native had just graduated from the New York Restaurant School. She worked four jobs, getting up at four in the morning to make salads and pates at the SoHo Charcuterie in New York and working late into the night for a Big Apple catering company. But she and her new husband Peter had moved to ... [full story]
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Apr 06,2007
Used to be, when someone dialed Beth Jones' cell phone, the device regaled Jones' nearest neighbors with a rendition of the, well, adult-oriented rap ditty "I'm N Luv (Wit a Stripper)."   RING MASTERS - The cell phone ring tone, whether a beep or song or scream, is a form of self-expression, some say. According to many estimates, the worldwide ring tone culture is a $3 billion industry. CNS Photo by T.J. Salsman. Then Jones got a ... [full story]
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Apr 06,2007
OK, parents. As you consider summer camp options for your child this year, Tom Madeyski wants you to keep a couple of things in mind. Madeyski, executive director of the YMCA of San Diego County resident camps, urges you to listen to what your child wants from summer camp. Discussing interests, needs and feelings is crucial to summer camp being a successful experience. Which leads Madeyski to his second point: Don't make camp a job ... [full story]
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Apr 06,2007
This summer, The Mount Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, N.H., will have packages suited to couples, families and kids - with activities such as rock climbing, adventure hikes and nature tours - that offer a 20 percent savings. The Hotel to Hut package offers guests the opportunity to spend part of their vacation relaxing at the Mount Washington Resort, followed by a mountain getaway in an Appalachian Mountain Club full-service hut. After beginning their stay ... [full story]
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Apr 06,2007
Valerie Villela was 17 when she found out she was pregnant. She told her boyfriend, a 22-year-old Marine named Narciso, in the parking lot of a Circle K. He immediately proposed. Villela had loved Narciso since she spotted him on the school bus. They shared their first kiss the day before he went to boot camp. When she agreed to marry him, Narciso rushed into the store to buy her a Snickers and a Coke, ... [full story]
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Apr 06,2007
TICINO, Switzerland - "We're on our way to Italy," my husband kept saying. It certainly seemed that way. After all, I bought each of us pocket-size Italian dictionaries. But our Swiss Air flight from Los Angeles to Zurich told us otherwise.   BEAUTIFUL TICINO - This is one view from the roof of a tiny church at the top of 3,000-foot Mount San Salvatore, next to Lake Lugano, Switzerland. The mountain offers spectacular 360-degree views of ... [full story]
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Apr 06,2007
It's one thing when a young man offers you a seat. It's quite another when a female centenarian offers you one. But when we met, 101-year-old "Sister" Gertrude Holt stood up from her wheelchair and suggested that I sit there instead. As I chatted with her and two of her friends from Mount Zion Church, I realized that everything about the woman - with hardly a wrinkle - is surprising. Not the least of which ... [full story]
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Apr 06,2007
KOTA KINABALU, Borneo - "Here she is, Miss Americ ..." Wait a minute. This isn't Atlantic City. That isn't Burt Parks. And those are certainly not All-American beauties. A beauty pageant it is, but not for Miss America. It's to select the Harvest Festival Queen of the Kadazandusun Tribe of Borneo. Yes, Borneo.   BORNEO FESTIVAL - Young women are dressed in traditional tribal costumes to welcome dignitaries to the opening ceremonies of the annual Kaamatan ... [full story]
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