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Jan 05,2007
A few weeks ago Jeanne Davis crouched on the gym floor, kneeling over a kindergartner's weekend bruises at 8:20 a.m. as Holy Family School filled with students excited about the upcoming holidays. For Davis, the school was filling with hope. She has little memory of the holidays last year, when she was paralyzed with grief following the sudden death of her husband, Tom, 53. An active, strong woman, Davis found herself unable to answer the ... [full story]
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Dec 29,2006
Q: Although we do not know exactly why, our high school daughter has never wavered from wanting to be a veterinarian since she was about 5 years old. She has had many pets and has brought many orphaned wild birds, turtles and other small animals home to nurse. She has had very little experience actually working for or observing a veterinarian. Her friends have told our daughter that is very difficult to get admitted to ... [full story]
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Dec 29,2006
THE LEE BROS. Matt Lee and Ted Lee were in a New York funk. Holed up in a tiny tenement on the Lower East Side during a 1994 blizzard, the Ivy League graduates were unhappy with their mundane jobs and homesick for Charleston, S.C. So they decided to make a batch of boiled peanuts - a snack pretty much unknown out of the South.   TED AND MATT LEE - Ted and Matt Lee are the ... [full story]
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Dec 29,2006
Our friend, Joanne, went to see a movie with her friend in Washington, D.C., the other day. Joanne bought her ticket first and paid full price: $10. Her friend asked for a ticket, too, and then added, "senior price, please." Her ticket cost $7. That experience bears out Joan Rattner Heilman's contention that people over 50 should always "make a practice of asking if there are breaks to which you are entitled." She is a ... [full story]
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Dec 29,2006
Last January 2006, an estimated 45 million Americans, or approximately one in five adults, set an average of three New Year resolutions each, according to the results of a nationwide phone survey conducted in December by LifeTango.com. Battle of the 'Bulge' and 'Budget' Top the List Of those setting resolutions, nearly three in four set a resolution related to diet, weight loss, or exercise -- not surprising when you consider that two-thirds of American adults ... [full story]
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Dec 22,2006
'Tis the season to go shopping - which means that the "most wonderful time of the year" is likely to bring some additional stress to your already busy life. To limit your stress and maximize holiday bliss, here are some smart and savvy shopping tips. * Make your list and check it twice. Decide who you will be buying for and how much you are willing to spend before jumping online. Finding the gifts you ... [full story]
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Dec 22,2006
THE CHEF At Harrison and Greenwich streets in Tribeca, a few brave souls hurried down streets heavy with the glow of klieg lights and the smell of burning electrical wires. At checkpoints, military police demanded identification from those who wanted to enter this no man's land a few blocks from where the World Trade Center had stood days before.   JIMMY BRADLEY - Chef Jimmy Bradley is co-owner of The Red Cat, an American restaurant in ... [full story]
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Dec 22,2006
Q: Have most veterinarians changed their opinions regarding ear cropping and tail docking in very young puppies? We have raised schnauzers for years. Since our veterinarian retired a couple of years ago, we are having difficulty finding a new veterinarian to do our ear crops for us. We have found that most young veterinarians have not been taught how to do this procedure. Although we do not feel strongly about whether or not to have ... [full story]
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Dec 22,2006
The prevailing wisdom among experts on aging is that there will come a time when you will have to step in and act as mom and dad for your elderly relatives. By the way, "elderly" in our lexicon means someone who is over 80. Just a few years ago, we thought of 70 as elderly; however, not anymore since we have approached that age ourselves. Anyhow, a few weeks ago when we were making our ... [full story]
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Dec 15,2006
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has a few suggestions for hosts who serve alcoholic beverages during holiday parties at home. When setting out food and drink for the gathering, remember that about one third of your guests probably won’t be drinking any alcohol, and those who do will need food to go with it. Popular non‑alcohol party drinks include eggnog, lemonade, smoothies, soda/seltzer water, bottled root beer, fruit juices, coffee/lattes, flavored iced tea, bottled water, ... [full story]
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Dec 15,2006
THE CHEF On Christmas 2004, Cat Cora was on top of the world. The attractive young chef had risen from humble roots in Jackson, Miss., to the rank of superstar chef. She was, and still is, the only female chef in the history of the "Iron Chef" television show. She had written her first cookbook, "Cat Cora's Kitchen" (Chronicle, $23) and was entertaining the idea of her own cooking show.   CAT CORA - Cat Cora, ... [full story]
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Dec 15,2006
More Oregonians are reaching for the top shelf when buying Canadian whiskey, according to the Oregon Liquor Control Commission. During the past year, Seagram’s Crown Royal topped the 750ml category with sales of 283,272 bottles at $25.95 each, followed at a distant second by Black Velvet, with sales of 189,736 bottles at $10.65 each. That’s a difference of 93,536 bottles or about 49 percent for the Seagram’s product which comes in a crown-shaped bottle dressed ... [full story]
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Dec 15,2006
Q: I was horrified last evening when my husband gave our schnauzer one of his prescription antihistamine tablets in an effort to stop our dog's scratching due to allergies. My husband told me that the drugs humans take are the same as those prescribed for animals and that I was overreacting. Our dog lived through the night; however, he is still scratching and chewing on his feet this morning. Was I overly concerned about the ... [full story]
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