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  • Condos, Hobbies, and Game Changer

    Condos, Hobbies, and Game Changer
    The housing market is still a bit sluggish, but if you are on the lookout to buy a condo in Connecticut the time has never been better Connecticut Condos The dog days of summer are upon us. Finding new things for you and the kids to do can start...
  • Museum collects neon blast from Orlando's past

    Museum collects neon blast from Orlando's past
    Looking for a sign from the past? Turn a corner in an otherwise nondescript warehouse in Winter Park and you'll find yourself in a glowing, neon fantasyland — as if your fondest memories of nighttime car rides across Central Florida all...
  • Flowers, food and fashion part of garden club's symposium in Colonial Williamsburg

    Flowers, food and fashion part of garden club's symposium in Colonial Williamsburg
    Scenic Virginia is all about its name — preserving, protecting and promoting the state's beauty. In early February, the nonprofit organization partners with the Garden Club of Virginia Symposium held at Colonial Williamsburg to do just that....
  • Disgraced Galliano missing from Maison Margiela, with Paris reeling from anti-Semitic attack

    Friday's Paris fashion shows seemed less about who attended — like F1 racer Lewis Hamilton at Givenchy or singer Bryan Ferry at Berluti — as who did not attend. John Galliano, fashion's former persona non-grata, was notably absent from the...
  • Hospital doles out $110K, prescribes collaboration

    A dozen nonprofits were presented with a total of $110,000 in grants from Dignity Health Glendale Memorial Hospital Thursday to help forward their missions combating social issues such as homelessness, obesity and substance abuse. In prior years, grants...
  • New England Flower & Garden Shows Get Jump On Spring

    New England Flower & Garden Shows Get Jump On Spring
    Groundhog Day is just over a week away, but regardless of whether Punxsutawney Phil and Connecticut's Chuckles see their shadows or not, signs of spring in February and March are hard to find. Outdoors, that is. Inside, it's another story. At flower...
  • To your health: Gardening classes, events abound in Central Florida

    To your health: Gardening classes, events abound in Central Florida
    Certainly, exercise is one key to health, but so is a nutritious diet. And what better way to get vitamin-packed fruits and veggies than from your own garden? Here are some local gardening events culled from our county listings: Vegetable garden...
  • Home and garden briefs for Jan. 22: Mark your calendar for these upcoming gardening events

    February and March will bring several shows and exhibitions to the area. Mark your calendar so you won't miss these upcoming events: •Friday-Sunday, Jan. 30-Feb. 1, Virginia Flower and Garden Expo at the Virginia Beach Convention Center in Virginia...
  • Amherst Train Show Pulling Into Eastern States Expo

    Amherst Train Show Pulling Into Eastern States Expo
    Thousands of model train enthusiasts from across the country and Canada will converge on the Eastern States Exposition grounds in West Springfield for the annual Amherst Railway Society Railroad Hobby Show on Saturday and Sunday, Jan 24 and 25. The...
  • North Korea's tourism door is open, if you dare, and I would

    North Korea's tourism door is open, if you dare, and I would
    Would you go to North Korea? I've been asking that question lately, and the answer is largely "no." I follow the question with another: Did you know that American citizens are free to go to North Korea? That also is generally followed with a "no."...
  • Muslim prisoner wins Supreme Court case to keep his beard

    The Supreme Court ruled unanimously for a Muslim prisoner Tuesday, deciding he has a religious-freedom right to grow a half-inch beard. The justices said prison authorities in Arkansas had no convincing reason for contending that Gregory Holt's neatly...