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Technology As Art

The Swiss who gave us the cuckoo clock, tasty chocolate treats and the handy army knife have something new to offer-a robot that can lead an orchestra. But, points out the Association of Mature American Citizens, it was not just ...

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Worth Every Penny?

Calvin Klein is making a revealing fall fashion statement with a “sleeves-only” sweater that retails for $1,650, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC]. The dearly priced but trendy garment actually uses a blend of wool and nylon to ...

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A Budding Presidential Gardener

His entrepreneurial spirit helped an 11-year-old boy achieve an opportunity he can tell his grandkids about. He convinced President Donald Trump to hire him to mow the White House lawn. Young Frank Giaccio of Falls Church used a push mower ...

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Scratch This Off His Bucket List

William J. Banks, of Squires, is shown here driving his antique John Deere “B” tractor across the Mackinac Bridge in the 10th annual antique tractor bridge crossing on Sept. 8. There were over 1,500 tractors in this year’s crossing. His ...

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Mt. Tabor Host Old Folk’s Day

Mt. Tabor Church was host to the 61st annual Old Folk’s Day celebration, Sunday. From the sound of the laughter and visiting going on, everyone attending had a great time. Brother Michael Dixon introduced himself, welcomed the group and had ...

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