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Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
How to Keep Cut Flowers Fresh
Florist Jenn Sanchez reveals her tried-and-true methods
Shop team jerseys, hats, t-shirts & gifts
Shop Rally House - Sportswear store for team and local apparel, gifts, and more for your favorite teams. Rally on!
Design Tips : How to Combine Traditional & Contemporary Furniture
Combining traditional and contemporary furniture can definitely yield positive results. Combine traditional and contemporary furniture wi...
6 Tips For Caring for African Violets
Laura from Garden Answer shows you how to care for African violets. Once you get in a regular routine of taking care of African violets, you’ll find they gro...
Remington M 1911A1 .45 ACP caliber pistol (PR34444)
Remington M 1911A1 .45 ACP caliber pistol. WWII government issued 1911A1 by Remington-Rand Inc. Excellent bore. Manufactured in approximately 1944. Action works perfectly. Gun has approximately 97-98% finish (parkerizing). Grips are excellent. Comes with WWII Aviator shoulder holster. Came with the gun from family.
How to Create Idyllic Custom Jewelry
Create a custom piece to lasts multiple lifetimes. It can be easier than you think. Tap to see how you can make the custom jewelry piece of your dreams.
Essential Aromatherapy Tips for Beginners
What type of oils to avoid and which you should buy
African Fruit Bats
Where They Live Fruit bats thrive in a variety of habitats, from forest to savanna and from sea level to mountain, as long as they can find food and shelter. What They Do When they are just “hanging out,” fruit bats find protection from predators and weather in caves, trees, buildings, and other dark, hidden places. When they are active, they emerge from shelter to fly and forage for fruit, sometimes up to 25 miles from their roost. How They’re Doing Although people occasionally kill them for food or to protect crops, fruit bats for the most part are widespread and appear to be plentiful. Where in the World