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The shopping cart blues (03/18/2007)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- I'm proud of today's senior husbands! They scan meat counters for the best cuts, tap melons, read labels on cans and boxes, and wing it without shopping lists!

Are you a grape taster? Pat gets all em ... 

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Time and time again (03/18/2007)
By Frances Edstrom -- Time, time, time, time. Everything's either about time, or that we don't have enough time.

You have to wonder how man ever got himself enslaved to the clock. I can admire the inclination of early man ... 

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Buying a new camera (03/07/2007)
By Tom Hirsch -- Maybe you're in the market for your first camera, or perhaps you've had your 35mm Gismomatic Deluxe XL 5000 for a while and you think it's time to buy a more versatile camera. Possibly you'd like your ... 

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Wild Hogs (03/07/2007)
By David Robinson -- Wild Hogs combines the staples of the formulas for buddy flicks and road flicks to produce -a formula flick! Though sporadically funny, it offers few surprises and lapses at times into borderline tas ... 

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Borat (03/04/2007)
By David Robinson -- Available this week on video and DVD, Borat was something of a box office miracle last year. It even asked in its own ads whether it was the funniest movie ever made. Presumably the question is rhe ... 

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Notes of a frazzled traveler (03/04/2007)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- The sky doesn't tell you where you are, but of course if you look up, above the high stucco wall surrounding a small motel deck, where the top of a palm tree sways, you get a clue that you aren't in  ... 

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Who was this person? (03/04/2007)
By Frances Edstrom -- I must preface this column with the acknowledgment that I spent several months in 2006 under the influence of heavy drugs. They were legal drugs, however, and further, I did not check myself into r ... 

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Snow, and it’s not kidding (02/28/2007)
By Frances Edstrom -- I think our neighbor Jim Bambenek said it best, as he took a break from blowing snow for the umpteenth time: "Cheer up! This could be December."

A woman who is fairly new to Winona asked, in a barel ... 

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The Academy Awards (02/28/2007)
By David Robinson -- The 79th annual birthday party for Uncle Oscar, aka the Academy Awards, featured both surprises and fulfilled expectations. The latter took the form of wins for Helen Mirren as Best Actress and Marti ... 

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Wedding photography from start to finish, Part 3 (02/28/2007)
By Tom Hirsch -- If the wedding includes throwing rice, or an appropriate substitute, this is not the time to use flash. If flash is used, you will just get a bunch of white specks in the picture. You'll get a much mo ... 

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