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Mar 30,2007
Bask in the heat of the Caribbean this summer. The Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort and Spa is offering a red-hot savings package for families to experience the ultimate summer escape to paradise. Parents can take their children under the age of 12 and not pay a penny extra. Through December 2007, kids under 12 stay, eat and play for free. If families book reservations before March 31, they can receive 25 percent off room rates, ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2007
A Commentary by Lucy Postins, Pet Nutritionist for The Honest Kitchen Consumers should take time to read pet food labels, familiarize themselves with what various ingredients really are, research the companies who make the products they buy - and then decide what they would (and would not) like their pets to eat. As pet owners come to terms with the gravity of this most recent, widespread tragedy in the pet food industry, it is important ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2007
You've had the dream before. The one where you're in the middle of a crowd and everyone is cheering and you're numb from the deafening noise. Even though you know the answer or how to complete the task, things just don't seem to work out right. At 27, chef Gavin Kaysen of El Bizcocho of San Diego's Rancho Bernardo Inn has lived that dream. In late January, he cooked in the Bocuse d'Or, an international ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2007
THE CHEF After a long bus ride in April 1988, Houston native Kris Rudolph arrived for a getaway and to study Spanish in the dusty crowded streets of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. A knee injury had ended her short-lived professional dance career, and she wondered if this historic colonial village was the right place to nurse her wound. The answer wasn't long in coming. As she recalls in the forward to her first cookbook, ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2007
A Harvard professor recently questioned Pizza Hut's "Book It" incentive program used by 50,000 schools nationwide to reward young readers with free pizzas. Students who meet reading goals get a certificate they can redeem at Pizza Hut for a free personal pan pizza. The professor said it promotes bad eating habits and turns teachers into corporate promoters. Pizza Hut says it motivates students to read. Pizza aside, the questions that follow this debate are: Do ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2007
I hate the beach. I don't like quaint. And sunbathing is off limits. So why, oh, why, was I heading to Cape May, on the southern tip of New Jersey, which excels in all of the above?   CAPE MAY - A flag-draped Victorian home is typical of Cape May's architectural showpieces. CNS Photo by Joan Scobey.    LIGHTHOUSE - The Cape May Lighthouse is where the Atlantic Ocean meets Delaware Bay. CNS Photo courtesy of Mid-Atlantic Center ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2007
"How could I have been so foolish as to have missed this until now?" I said to myself over and over one day while 785 miles south of Cairo visiting Abu Simbel, near the Egypt-Sudan border in an area where the ancient Egypt of the Pharaohs once stood looking out toward the ancient Kingdom of Nubia.   GREAT SPHINX - The Great Sphinx is 66 feet high and 190 feet long with the face-of-a-man and body-of-a-lion. ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2007
You never forget your first love, in life or in travel. For me it's Italy, especially Tuscany. The gorgeous landscapes and hill towns, great art, openhearted people and delicious food seduced me from my first visit. This year I finally explored two walled towns that have been at the top of my list for years - Lucca, a medieval gem, and Arezzo, a Renaissance hill town. And I finally got to live in a Tuscan ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2007
Q: We are moving to a new home in a retirement community that is under construction. Our move is scheduled in about two months. We have lived in our home more than 20 years, and we would like to make our move as efficiently as possible. Can you suggest a checklist? A: Your move will be much easier if you make a "to do" list and prioritize it. No doubt you have collected a great ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2007
Q: My husband and I have owned the china hutch seen in this photo for years. It was made by Heywood Wakefield, has a champagne finish, and is in mint condition. The top is a separate piece from the base. We are planning to downsize and would appreciate any information you can give us, especially its value. A: The Heywood Wakefield Furniture Co. made furniture in Gardner, Mass., for over 100 years. Your two-part china ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2007
Bask in the heat of the Caribbean this summer. The Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort and Spa is offering a red-hot savings package for families to experience the ultimate summer escape to paradise. Parents can take their children under the age of 12 and not pay a penny extra. Through December 2007, kids under 12 stay, eat and play for free. If families book reservations before March 31, they can receive 25 percent off room rates, ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2007
Baseball cards are not the hot collectibles they once were, but there is at least one outstanding exception to that statement, as evidenced by the price of $2.35 million paid for a 1909 Honus Wagner card a few weeks ago. So, you may wonder, who was Honus Wagner and what made this card so valuable? Wagner was a legendary Pittsburgh Pirates shortstop, one of the first five players to be inducted into the Baseball Hall ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2007
Q: We have noticed recently that our 13-year-old mixed breed, spayed dog has a persistent irritating cough. We have also noticed that she appears to be uncomfortable most of the time, even when resting on her soft mat. Our dear old dog is not able to go on long walks anymore without nearly collapsing. It appears that she is losing the zest for life she once had. We are worried that our dog is going ... [full story]
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