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Past Shapes Present Into Future
The Morning News - Jan 12 12:31 AMOld and new come together in Andy Ward's world. In Ward's shop near Avoca, the new 10,000 computer-assisted plasma cutter gets more use than the circa 1800s coal-fired forge or the World War II metal lathe, but some jobs require all three. And Ward wouldn't have the skills he needs to make everything from decorative gates to belt buckles if he hadn't spent his youth building armor for medieval ...
FRANNY'S FEET Steps Back into the Spotlight with Second Season Debuting February 3 on PBS Kids(R)
[Press Release] Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance - Jan 08 6:00 AM NEW YORK----Franny Fantootsie entered the hearts of children across America last year with magical adventures that take viewers around the world to meet new people. FRANNY'S FEET, produced by DECODE Entertainment in association with Thirteen/WNET New York, debuted in the U.S. on PBS KIDS last summer and has become a smash hit for four- to seven-year-olds.
Vacaville awaits Medieval aura
The Reporter - Jan 03 6:24 AMDowntown Vacaville will host the Medieval Fantasy Festival, April 20-22. Known in the past as the Middle Earth Festival, the renamed event will be an Earth Day Faire with a Celtic flair and is designed to be a celebration of fantasy authors, other worlds, times past and times future. This family-oriented festival will have no admission charge and most activities will be free.
Video Games: F.E.A.R., Superman
NorthJersey.com - Jan 07 9:02 AMAll of the recent buzz for Xbox 360 fans has surrounded Gears of War, the jaw-dropper that gave the console its first solid must-have. A little lost in all the hubbub was F.E.A.R., a title that will reward Gears devotees, any fan of the first-person shooter and everyone who appreciates a good scare.
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