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Bargaining the Brimfield Way

Behind The Scenes at Brimfield, The Largest Outdoor Antiques and Collectibles Market in the United States

Posted: July 1, 1997    By Melissa Milgrom


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Fashion: High-Tech Tradition

Flannels, Cashmeres, Wools, Tweeds Modern Lightweight Fabrics Spur a Luxurious Return to Traditional Styles

Posted: July 1, 1997    By G. Bruce Boyer


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Pearls: Gems of the Ocean

Before They Can Adorn Your Sweetheart's Neck, Pearls Must Be Gently Cultivated

Posted: July 1, 1997    By Ettagale Blauer


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Internal Compulsion: Model Car Maker Andy Mathews

Building Miniature Cars From More Than 3,000 Handmade Pieces, Model Maker Andy Mathews Is Obsessed with Detail

Posted: July 1, 1997    By Ken Shouler


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Beneath The Waves

From Technicolor Fish to Ghostly Shipwrecks, Scuba Diving Reveals a Whole Other World

Posted: July 1, 1997    By Larry Olmsted


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Great Moments

In the Company of Men

Posted: July 1, 1997    By Laban Carrick Hill


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Perfect Match

Endangered by Smoking Bans and Disposable Lighters, MatchbooksOffer a Miniature History of American Advertising

Posted: July 1, 1997    By Bill Retskin


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It's Only Rock & Roll, But I'll Buy It

Rock Posters from the Psychedelic '60s Are Today's "Electrical Age Folk Art."...more

Posted: July 1, 1997    By Joel Drucker


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The Dominican Cigar Explosion

With 1996 Cigar Exports up 70.9 Percent to About 140 Million, Cigarmakers in the Dominican Republic Have Shifted into High Gear

Posted: July 1, 1997    By James Suckling


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Java Lust

If It Were Up to John Martinez, Everyone Would Be Drinking Estate Coffee

Posted: May 1, 1997    By Sam Gugino


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Stuck On Stamps

The Thrill of the Chase Keeps Collectors Stuck on Stamps

Posted: May 1, 1997    By Edward Kiersh


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Striking A Chord: Used Pianos

With the Prices of New Grand Pianos Reaching the High Notes, High-Quality Used Pianos Have Become an Increasingly Attractive Alternative

Posted: May 1, 1997    By Miles Chapin


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