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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
In 1960, editorial cartoons showed Pope John XXIII, suitcase in hand, striding toward the White House, the implication being that if John F. Kennedy were elected, the Vatican would influence U.S. policy. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's presidential candidacy may likely spur Kennedyesque concerns regarding his membership in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - commonly known as the Mormons. Though the church has 6 million members in the U.S., few Americans are ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
Nothing like it has happened since pre-Civil War days - but the incident left an unforgettable blot. On May 19, 1856, Sen. Charles Sumner of Massachusetts delivered a powerful speech condemning the South for national unrest. Sumner directed his remarks at an elderly South Carolina colleague, Sen. Andrew Pickens Butler. Reflecting the intemperance of those times, he suggested that Butler had chosen "the harlot, slavery," as his "mistress." Three days later Butler's nephew, Rep. Preston ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
Jive Records recording artist Justin Timberlake returns back to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart with his latest hit single "What Goes Around ... Comes Around." With this release Justin Timberlake enjoys his third straight #1 from his smash album FutureSex/LoveSounds. "What Goes Around ... Comes Around" follows in the footsteps of his hits "My Love" featuring T.I. and "Sexyback" featuring Timbaland and continues his domination on the charts worldwide. The video for ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
New Survey Highlights the Importance of Health and Fitness During Preconception and Pregnancy According to BabyCenter, the leading online resource for new and expectant parents, a majority of women increase their focus on health, fitness and nutrition once they become a mother, than before they planned to conceive and/or had a child. New research shows approximately 65 percent of women exercise more or try to exercise more since becoming mothers, and 82 percent reported eating ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
Raveta, a leader in innovative collaboration solutions, announced the release of Audio Fabric, the world's first service that enables musicians to play together live over the Internet using any type of instrument-acoustic, electric, MIDI, or voice. Musicians in different locations can play together as if they are in the same room using their ordinary broadband Internet connections. Audio Fabric also enables musicians to find each other, record their sessions, store sessions in a band archive, ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
Sometimes a career can swerve in unexpected directions. When Bill Burns was studying mechanical engineering at the University of California San Diego, he never expected to go into naval architecture or specialize in developing innovative hull designs. But what began in 1990 as an "interim" job with Alberto Calderon, a San Diego physicist, led Burns to the 21st floor of the First National Bank Building and a sweeping view of San Diego Bay. MARITIME ENGINEERING ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
Chimps in Sen­e­gal are reg­u­lar­ly mak­ing and us­ing spears to hunt oth­er, small pri­ma­tes, with­out hu­man help, ac­cord­ing to re­search led by an an­thro­po­l­o­gist. It’s the first study to re­port reg­u­lar tool use by non-hu­mans while hunt­ing oth­er ver­te­brates, ac­cord­ing to the U.S. Na­tion­al Ge­o­graph­ic So­ci­e­ty, which helped fund the work. A bush­ba­by (Otole­mur gar­netti) was a re­ported vic­tim of a spear-wielding chimp. (Im­age cour­te­sy U.S. Nat'l Hu­man Ge­nome Inst.) Anthropologist Jill Pruetz of Io­wa State ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
Game: "Rogue Galaxy" Publisher: Sony System: Sony PlayStation 2 Cost: $40 ESRB rating: T Review rating: 3 1/2 stars Just when you might think the PS2 is nearly dead and buried, along comes a delightful role-playing game to occupy your time - lots and lots of time. "Rogue Galaxy" isn't your typical RPG. It uses cel-shading to give it a gorgeous look and incorporates an action-packed battle system to keep your fingers busy. Players assume ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
Q: We can have either a living room and a dining room, or we can have a dining room and a family room. My husband votes for the latter - no "formal" living room, just a big playroom, I guess you could call it. We will be moving next year when our youngest goes to college. Will it hurt our resale value when we show the house? A: That's then - now is when you ... [full story]
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