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1) MAX BMW MOtorcycles Feel the wind in your hair, the weight of the leather on your back and European engineering between your legs. This is what keeps customers coming back to this Brookfield motorcycle dealership. Get your bike, clothes, gear and...
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The Baltimore SunWell, it's not exactly Pottery Barn or Ethan Allen, but I guess aircraft interior design is a whole different ball of Minwax. Southwest Airlines today announced it is redesigning the interior of its fleet to "enhance customer comfort, improve fleet...
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Bethel A Lasting Fitness, 11 Stony Hill Road, (203) 794-1035, alastingfitness.com, Human performance and athletic development, kettlebells, strength & power, body sculpting & weight loss, core & stability, injury & rehabilitation. Bethel Snap Fitness...
Content ManagerAmtrak service between New York City and Boston is planned to operate on Tuesday, August 30, including all Acela Express trains and most Northeast Regional service. Also in New England, Amtrak Downeaster service will operate normally between Boston and...
The FrugalistaFree Activia offer is back: They've changed the name from the Activia Challenge to the Activia Promise, but the upshot is the same: Send in receipts for up to $12 worth of Activia yogurt to get reimbursed. Do you have to be dissatisfied to get a $12 check...
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1st) Coromandel There are now a total of seven restaurants operating under the Coromandel umbrella and founder Jose Pullopily thinks he knows why. "Our standards are very high, our ingredients are very fresh, and our concept is unique," he states. The...
-DEC. 28, 2010 Ethan Allen Harsh-Greer, infant son of Amanda Marie Harsh and Heith Allen Greer, passed away Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2010, at Meritus Medical Center, Hagerstown. Besides his parents, he is survived by his big brother, Joshua Logan Harsh;...
No one who walks into Jeri and Jesse Hannon's townhouse in Mays Chapel North is likely to forget the dining room chandelier. Hanging from a 10-foot-high carved ceiling medallion, this magnificent fixture, fashioned of cut crystal and looking much like...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBolton Landing, N.Y. The Adirondacks, land of long lakes and last Mohicans, do their big business in the summer, when upstate New York gets its meager annual allotment of warm weather. The forest-fringed waterways and low mountains leap to life as...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMartin's Fine Furniture in Hagerstown is preparing to close its doors in December, after serving the community for almost 40 years. Located on Longmeadow Road, the store is owned by Dharl and Mary Wilfong of Hagerstown. The store will close sometime...
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