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A great-grandmother who has knitted thousands of poppies, scarves and teddy bears for charity says she would "go crazy" without her beloved hobby.
6 hrs ago | Daily Echo
He's excitedly pointing to parts of planes and revealing how they came to take pride of place among far more ordinary items in his Blackfield home.
10 hrs ago | KITV-TV
Viewers were shocked to find out Hello Kitty wasn't a cat, so KITV-4 found out more about the beloved Sanrio character.
Cemeteries share tales of Lafayette's rich history The quiet, solemn cemeteries of Lafayette are a source for Lafayette's rich history.
Great British Bake Off star Mary Berry has said that she does not want to live beyond 90 and that she would like her children to be able to "give me a pill" if her health deteriorated and she became a "burden".
Mary Berry has said that she does not want to live beyond 90 and that she would like her children to be able to "give me a pill" if her health deteriorated and she became a "burden".
When I was growing up in a suburb south of Manila, there was one year when a specific hour of a specific day of the week commanded an unrivalled reverence among prepubescent boys.
Sept. 3: The Mansfield Historical Society meets the first Wednesday of the month at 11 a.m. at the Mansfield Historical Museum and Heritage Center, 102 N. Main.
An exhibition exploring a London-born artist's obsession with painting model Jane Morris has arrived at the gallery in honour of her husband.
The Southern Studies Showcase is an opportunity to explore the past. Hosted by the Old Edgefield District Genealogical Society and the Edgefield Civic League, the third edition of the event is scheduled for Sept.
Textile revivalist and scholar, Jasleen Dhamija speaks about the importance of textiles in rituals and customs across the country aided by research by various textile scholars, all of which find their way her latest book, Sacred Textiles of India Q. You mention in the book that the topic of sacred textiles would require volumes to cover the whole ... (more)
Admission is free. Cost to rent space is $35. Call 260-925-3311 for more information.
This year's Angus Heritage Week will open with the Tayroots Family History Day at Dundee & Angus College in Arbroath on September 5. This event will provide a wealth of opportunities to find out more about how to trace a family tree, unearth information about ancestors or discover more about Angus' fascinating local history.
In this June 10, 2009 file photo, Hello Kitty poses in its original tartan blouse and ribbon during a news conference to unveil "Official Hello Kitty Tartan" products at British Embassy in Tokyo.
There are thousands, and they are ubiquitous: Long-time favorite Doraemon has a daily quiz in a national newspaper.
Tricia Helmers is the new owner of A Stitch Above the Rest, 15 S. First St. She became the proprietor of the long-established Fort Dodge embroidery shop in June.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 11:47 am
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