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Better to think before you speak (03/06/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- Sometimes it takes a few incursions into the comfortable bubble that contains my world to get my attention.

Two such assaults occurred this past week.

I don't spend a great deal of time thinking ab ... 

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Doohickeys and hubbies (03/06/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- by Janet Lewis Burns

I kid you not - Websters New World acknowledges whatchamacallit as a legitimate word, defined as a thingamajig. What's more, if you ask for your doohickey, you won't be grammat ... 

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Growing Concerns (03/01/2006)
By Dr. Martha Erickson -- A parenting column with Dr. Martha Erickson

of the University of Minnesota

Question: Some older friends gave us a walker they had when their child was a baby. My baby likes t ... 

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Times change, but not too much (03/01/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- When we first started covering the Birthday Ball, I would grab the 35mm camera with the big flash attachment and wend my way through the streets of Winona to find the home of the Ball's chairwoman. I  ... 

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Aerial photography (02/26/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- When on a trip, you want to take as many meaningful photos as possible. Most of us don't begin shooting until we reach our destination. Frequently, though, there is a period of hesitation before reall ... 

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There’s an adage for that (02/26/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- "It's a good thing to have all the props pulled out from under us occasionally. It gives us some sense of what is rock under our feet and what is sand." - Madeleine L'Engle

It's a revelation revisit ... 

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Eight Below (02/23/2006)

OK, so I managed to pick the coldest weekend of the winter to see Eight Below, much of whose action is set in Antarctica. And I had just spent some time in the morning with four wonderful dogs at t ... 

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Give us this day (02/19/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Insight on walking up a steep hill backwards: "It's a psychological trick that helps make a steep ascent easier: you stay focused on how much you've already accomplished rather than being overwhelmed  ... 

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Leaving home for a bit (02/19/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- Only when I leave Winona do I realize how comfortable " maybe to the point of boring? " my life is. I take the same route to work in the morning. I try to vary my routes to the grocery store, to pla ... 

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North Country (02/19/2006)
By David Robinson -- As she did in Monster, Charlize Theron plays against type in North Country available this week on video and DVD. Although the former model and dancer turned actress gets the opportunity to look beaut ... 

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