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Puchstein Promotions, long recognized as Florida's leading producer of outstanding Antique Events, is proud to announce the latest addition to their list of highly successful shows.
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That has cleared the way for deliveries of the new single-engine, all-composite general aviation aircraft in Brazil, deliveries that Cessna said began last month.
The immensely popular Errington Christmas Craft Fair will fill the Hall with two shows again this year, but with more vendors than ever before.
Zapier's goal: Make it easy for small businesses without a ton of tech expertise to knit together their app suite of choice.
You're making your holiday shopping list and checking it twice, and here are some gift ideas for the gardeners _ naughty or nice _ in your life.
No, President Obama is not "closing America's embassy to the Vatican." You are stupid.
The weekend of December 6, 7 and 8 is filled with holiday events taking place all over the area.
Silent auctions for locally made crafts like this birdhouse are one of the many activities held by the Council for the Arts.
A: What is this town's motto? Once planted, you stay? People are more mobile than they were.
Hunt, Gather, Cook, snaps the end off a mushroom in a Washington, D.C. -area park.
Carol Vorderman is one step closer to realising her dream of flying solo around the world - after winning her pilot's licence.
Tokyo-based textile artist Mana Morimoto bases her entire career solely on creating out-of-the-ordinary compositions that have to do with the careful arranging and integration of embroidered laser art threads in pictures.
Sharon Dargay puts gentle pressure on the sides of her bowl, which is taking shape on the wheel in Jan Bostwick's studio in Royal Oak.
Scientists at the University of Arizona have discovered diverse communities of bacteria, fungi and archaea on the surface of stalactites in Kartchner Caverns, a limestone cave system in Arizona.
Conservative leader Colin Craig says he has "no idea'' whether man has walked on the moon, adding it's "what we're told'' and he is "sort of'' inclined to believe it.
For artist Shin Koyama, it is healthy to think about death every day. For his "Ero Guro Kawaii: Shin Koyama in Arita" ceramics exhibition at La Lanta Gallery, he has drawn from the morbidity and mortality in Japanese history and culture, but deals with the subject in the form of ridicule.