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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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Stuck On Stamps

The Thrill of the Chase Keeps Collectors Stuck on Stamps

Posted: May 1, 1997    By Edward Kiersh


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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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Canine Capers: Rearing A Champion Dog

A Breed Apart Rearing a Champion Dog Requires Hard Work, Patience--and Good Genes...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By Bruce Schoenfeld


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A Fine Line: The Joys of Fountain Pens

A Fine Line Fountain Pens Are the Civilized Answer to an Over-Faxed World...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By G. Bruce Boyer


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All That Glitters: Precious Gems

Primary Colors For Centuries, Rubies, Sapphires and Emeralds Have Put a Sparkle in People's Eyes...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By Ettagale Blauer


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Men's Cosmetics

About Face Cosmetic Surgery and Facial Products Are Not Just for Women Anymore...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By Nancy Wolfson


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Silver Strings: Collecting Guitars

A Room Full Of Blues Archtops, Flattops, Strats and Penguins: Collecting America's Musical Heritage...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By Ken Vose


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Tobacco In Amish Country

The Tobacco Farmers of Lancaster County Torn Between Tradition and a Changing World, Amish Farmers in Pennsylvania Cling to the Old Ways of Raising...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By Tom Lowry


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Hook Games: Deepsea Sportfishing

Big game sportfishing is back. Popularized by literary legends Ernest Hemingway and Zane Grey in the first half of the century, the sport is enjoying...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By Larry Olmsted


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Humidors: How They Stack Up

In This Rating of 42 Desk-top Humidors, the Old Saying Holds True: You Get What You Pay...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By David Savona / Brendan Vaughan


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Tiny Utopoias: Model Railroad Towns

Tiny Utopias Broadway Set Designer Clarke Dunham Creates Model Railroad Towns You'd Want To Live In...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By Phil Scott


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