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I have devoted many years to the study of art, antiques and collectibles. Luckily, I have learned a few things about objects along the way. When it comes to what's hot in the market, I have been known to say "collect those objects that have always been...
Tags: China, Salt, Fine Arts, Arts and Culture, Arts
New Brighton, MN - Pentair recently unveiled its new Hypro 9208 Series, which is designed to meet today's liquid fertilizing and water transfer needs, as well as the 9308 Series, engineered for high volume spraying of corrosive chemicals in hydrostatic...
Amazon has a plan to monetize fan fiction: It's called Kindle Worlds. On Wednesday, Amazon announced a new scheme in which writers of fan fiction can self-publish and sell that writing with the sanction of the original copyright holder. The idea is that...
Portland is the largest city in the country that doesn’t have fluoridated water, and voters have resoundingly decided it’s going to remain that way. A proposal to add the cavity-fighting mineral to tap water was defeated Tuesday, with more...
South Bend Tribune CorrespondentSteel Panther is so over-the-top with its profane and misogynistic lyrics — even by heavy metal standards — it must certainly be a parody of an ’80s hair metal band. Steel Panther drummer Stix Zadinia insists the band isn’t trying...
KickingTiresThat's right, folks: compact car shoppers can outfit the thrifty 2013 Toyota Corolla with $1,999 worth of upsized alloy and rubber. The Corolla, a vehicle with no optional high-performance engines and a suspension that can rock a baby to sleep,......
Tags: Vehicles, Passenger Cars, Ford, Chevrolet, Subaru
Whatever you're doing this weekend, it's a near certainty you won't be having as much fun as Dennis Pesicka. The Aberdeen man is a member of a band that will play tonight at the House of Blues in Anaheim, Calif., and Friday night at the House of...
Tags: Entertainment, Music, Music Industry
The quest for lusher, ruby-red lips may be exposing women to dangerous metals, including cadmium, a highly toxic element linked with renal failure, a UC Berkeley study suggests. Researchers found trace amounts of nine metals, some benign, some...
BOYNE CITY -- Dredging the Boyne City Municipal Marina this summer may cost more than originally expected after soil sample tests came back showing higher than normal levels of heavy metals. Because of the contamination, the dredging process itself...
ReutersArizona lawmakers on Tuesday voted to make silver and gold coins and bullion legal currency in the state, citing concerns about the stability of the world's monetary system. If signed into law, Arizona would become the second state in the nation to...
San Gabriel Councilman-elect Chin Ho Liao was the second highest vote-getter in the city's March elections, but his first time on the council dais last week was as a witness under cross-examination. The City Council voted not to seat Liao after resident...
If you think piano or organ is the only choice for the musical accompaniment of silent films, you have a lot to learn — and the Alloy Orchestra is the group to teach you. This standout ensemble, featuring masters of myriad musical styles and...
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