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Feb 23,2007
You’re turning 65.  You’re healthy, productive and love your job.  You’re insured under your company’s health plan, and have been for 18 years. You plan to remain on the job until age 70, 75, perhaps longer.  You wouldn’t mind “dying in the saddle,” sort of like Jack Palance’s “Curley” in the movie City Slickers.  You can imagine a co-worker discovering your lifeless body, face compressed on the keyboard of your computer, a frozen smile of ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
Step aside, stegosaurus. Move over, Monet. We want museums that feature food. For foodies, the best part of travel is discovering the area's cuisine, from downtown diner to uptown bistro. You can add even more culinary interest to your vacation by picking a destination with a food museum. CRANBERRY CRATES - Before modern technology, cranberries were harvested by hand and put in these wooden drying crates, now on display at the Cranberry Discovery Center in ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
One of the trickier quandaries posed by second marriages is relating with each other's grown children and grandchildren. In the first flush of the feelings aroused by falling in love, it's easy to think that everything will go smoothly. After all, we love each other so shouldn't our children and siblings love our new partner, too? It doesn't always work out that way, as Jake and Betsy discovered not long after their marriage 10 years ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
As much a part of Americana as apple pie and Amish quilts, the once-humble pair of Levi Strauss jeans isn't so humble anymore. In fact, the oldest pair known to still exists - made in the 1880s, the decade after they were invented - sold on eBay a few years ago for the staggering record price of $46,532, finding their way back into the archives of the company that manufactured them. In 2005, a 155-year-old ... [full story]
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Feb 16,2007
In the spring, a young man's fancy may well turn to thoughts of love, but for lovers of flowers it's more likely to turn to thoughts of colorful blooms of every description. Whether it's perfectly formed Dutch tulips or the exotic-looking flowers that pop out of desert cactus, the world becomes a garden when the chill of winter blows over and balmy replaces nippy. KEUKENHOF GARDENS - For nine weeks every spring, the Keukenhof Gardens ... [full story]
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Feb 16,2007
On July 3, 1876, a St. Louis-based gang of counterfeiters planned to steal Abraham Lincoln's body and hold it for $200,000 ransom and the release of one of their partners, who was in prison for engraving counterfeit plates. That scheme was never carried out, thanks to a prostitute who tipped off authorities after one of the ringleaders paid her a visit and began bragging about it. Another botched attempt was made a few months later. ... [full story]
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Feb 16,2007
The client wore a $95 navy Burberry shirt tucked into jeans held up by a grosgrain ribbon belt, and blue socks with black penny loafers. He was freshly shaven, and his short, brown hair was shiny and stiff from the gel that held it in place. In five days, he was going to prison. He offered the men across the table a cup of coffee. Then he carried his oversized wallet to Starbucks and returned ... [full story]
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Feb 16,2007
THE CHEF Charlie Trotter is one of America's greatest chefs and his Chicago restaurants are celebrated around the world. But in the last few years, Trotter has become ensnarled in one of the great fine-food controversies of our time - to foie gras or not to foie gras. In 2002, after visiting a foie gras farm, Trotter was so enraged by inhumane treatment of the geese that he took goose liver (foie gras) off the ... [full story]
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Feb 16,2007
Alzheimer’s signals its arrival.  Its progressive breakdown of memory, personality and identity is observable.  A spouse watches, grieves, and waits. “My husband’s Alzheimer’s condition has reached a stage where I can no longer manage him.  Soon I will have to take him to a nursing home.  What can I expect?  What will happen to me financially?” asked a senior legal helpline caller.  She is 74.  He is 81.  Each has four children from a previous ... [full story]
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Feb 16,2007
Back in the sleepy 1980s, I had trouble staying awake at afternoon newsroom meetings. In fact, I nodded off within minutes after our brilliant young editor sat down with his list of story ideas for the week. They were starting to call me Mr. Sandman. Those were the days when any two-fisted reporter downed a drink or three at lunch while dissecting a huge steak. I figured I was dozing off because I drank too ... [full story]
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Feb 16,2007
ASHEVILLE, N.C. - Most people who visit Asheville, an attractive small city in the mountains of western North Carolina, come just to tour Biltmore Estate, that massive chateau built in the late 1800s by George Washington Vanderbilt II. The largest privately owned home in the United States, it attracts more than a million visitors a year. Biltmore is astonishingly opulent: 175,000 square feet, 250 rooms, sited among 8,000 acres of forest and meticulously manicured lawns ... [full story]
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Feb 16,2007
Q: Our family was alarmed when we recently heard that a friend's little boy might lose the sight in his left eye because of a roundworm infection, which he probably got from playing with his puppy. We did not realize all the risks involved in owning a puppy. Are roundworms commonly diagnosed in puppies? A: Diagnosing roundworms in puppies is common. Puppies can get infected with roundworms in several ways, including before birth. In other ... [full story]
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Feb 16,2007
Q: As two widows in our 70s, we have decided to take an adventure trip. We want to go on an African escorted safari. Neither of us has ever been on a trip like this. We giggle when we tell our friends, "It's now or never." None of them has expressed a desire to join us! How should we go about it? A: Hooray for you two! First, determine when the best weather would be ... [full story]
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