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A few tips on surviving the Holiday experience.

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I wasn?t sure we?d make it, but we did. We survived our annual holiday trip to Virginia. And, thanks to the leap year, we have three hundred forty-nine days before we do it again.

Espionage, southern style.

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Fighting the cause, not just the symptoms.

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A stroll through an imaginary winter wonderland.

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A New Year that isn't so happy for some.

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A tempest in the world's largest teapot.

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China-bashing has become a political expediency of the day. Many of America?s economic ills have been blamed on our trade deficit with the Chinese, which now exceeds 100 billion dollars. This has affected, among others, unemployed workers who have seen Chinese products replace theirs in the market place.

Starting the New Year on the right note.

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Heading off in the direction of actually achieving a Happy New Year.

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A collective resolution with long term value for our children.

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From the home of Pete Olson there arose such a clatter...

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Leave it to Gary to create a special form for New Years resolutions.

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Before the pace of a new year picks up, Paul suggests a bit of light reading to help you "hold it in the road."

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Let me wish you a Happy New Year through the speaker on your radio today and to offer you another voice... and the best New Year's resolution you might ever make. And its one that anyone can accomplish. It's good for you. Easy. Wonderful.

The "old runaround" doesn't stop for the Holidays, even when you're trying to do the right thing.

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A few things to watch out for in the new year.

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Well it's New Year's time again and so the job of the commentator is to make either predictions or resolutions. I'll take predictions for three.

Hi, I'm Wally Bock and in this Postcard from the Digital Age, we're going to chat about things you should watch for in the year 2004.

Poor Sylvia can't seem to have a romantic New Years Eve. Not even in a place called Paradise.

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Although the year has not quite ended, Nicki has already read one of the best novels of 2004.

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Nature's idea of gift wrapping.

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A Christmas wish for peace and goodwill towards all life.

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Finding the magic of Christmas may be as simple as standing still.

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What do yoga and yuletide have in common?

Yuletide is simply a word to describe the Christmas season. A season so run amuck in recent years with commercialism--a complaint that has been made by the way for centuries-that the meaning of the season gets trampled beneath the feet of charging shoppers. I know, I might as well just say bah humbug.

With protectionism gaining political momentum, Dennis considers the impact of such policy on economic recovery.

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Sometimes the unexpected moments are the most meaningful.

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Speaking of Christmas music,Steven shares a few notes from the field, or in this case, the pasture.

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Gary explains a few reasons he's proud to call Burgaw home.

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For Paul, the Holiday season is a chance to reflect on the pathway from the past to the present.

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Christmas -- that exquisitely bittersweet time of the year. And, amidst all the hubbub and happiness, I'll wager that many of you, in the quietness of a morning walk or a lonesome car ride, are visited by ghosts of Christmas past. I know I am.

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Christmas cards arriving in the mail have Ede thinking about Ghosts of Christmas Past.

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This pioneer of aviation needed a few helping hands to get back in the air.

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Others besides the Wright Brothers claimed to be the first in flight.

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Book reviewer Nicki Leone has been making her list and checking it twice.

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Oh, it is that time of year again?the holiday season, known in America officially as the holiday SHOPPING season, when we are all seized with a kind of collective panic to find gifts for people we barely know and rarely see.

Family, festivities, and French farce. All part of the Holiday memories of commentator Lauren Levian.

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Dr. David has hung his stockings by the chimney with decidedly secular care.

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Christmas is different for me now than when I was growing up. Some things are the same: the tree sparkling with lights, the wreath hung with sleigh bells, the cloying sweetness of virgin eggnog. But my children have something I never had: a cr?che.

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