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Timber Lodge celebrates our love of all things lobster

In colonial times, lobsters were considered the poor man’s chicken and fed to pigs and goats and only eaten by paupers and prisoners. How times have changed. Today, this tasty crustacean is the most succulent dinner entrée on any menu—and for good reason. Lobsters are melt-in-your-mouth scrumptious. At Timber Lodge, there...

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Minkin's Music: A new holiday tradition

Thanksgiving traditions. For me, it was playing in the Turkey Bowl (those days are just a memory), Mom’s cranberry jello mold, and, of course, listening to Alice’s Restaurant. The jello mold recipe has been passed on to my wife of 34 blessed years, and side one of the Arlo Guthrie LP still plays the entire 18:34 minute version of...

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Meet the Artist: Kaley Kleinman, Lithic Design

Lith•ic adj. /liTHik/ 1. Of the nature of, or relating to rock or stone. What started out as a small metals fabrication course turn into a desire for jewelry creation with precious gems and a long journey of self-taught development for local jewelry designer Kaley Kleinman. Out of this passion and yearning, Lithic Design was born...

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For several years, Home Appliance Sales and Service has been introducing exciting new technologies

Major appliance manufacturers have had to adapt to an evolving economy and a frequently fickle consumer. In doing so, their products are becoming a part of our families—with lots of innovations that improve our lives. According to the appliance experts at Home Appliance Sales and Service, here are the newest innovations that are winning...

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Look no further than your garage to create the perfect party venue

Norman Rockwell’s Freedom from Want may have perfectly depicted the traditional, old fashioned Thanksgiving dinner. What the beloved painter never got around to capturing on canvas, however, was the part before the family takes their places at the table—the part where they gather in the open garage, shielded from the crisp fall air,...

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