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  • For Your Consideration
  • For Your Consideration

    MasterChef, NBA finals and an app for perfect selfies
      We’re obsessed with ourselves more than ever ” or at least we’re taking more self-portraits than at any point in human history.
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  • HOW TO: Fight Vampire Power
  • HOW TO: Fight Vampire Power

    Don't let your dormant electronics waste energy
      The phenomenon goes by several names euro;” phantom loads, vampire power, leaking electricity euro;” but it all essentially means the same thing: waste. It turns out that many of our electronics use power even
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  • For Your Consideration — December 13, 2012
  • For Your Consideration — December 13, 2012

      WEB A darling cooking show on PBS, America's Test Kitchen features classic dishes; folksy, bow-tie-wearing characters; equipment reviews; and taste-test challenges. But why wait for KSPS to air
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  • Slinging Mud
  • Slinging Mud

    The battle over Referendum 74 gets heated; plus, demand for heating assistance crashes SNAP computers
      ‘Til Election Day Do Us Part The fight over Same-Sex Marriage is getting dirty in the last week before Election Day. Referendum 74, on the ballot in Washington, would uphold a law pa
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  • For Your Consideration
  • For Your Consideration

    How I’m fueling my Gordon Ramsay man-crush.
      TV Chef Gordon Ramsay is many things, but “asshole” probably tops the list. He’s angry, demeaning, explosive and uses the f-word in more ways than I could have imagined. But he also may be a genius. He demands excellence and, time after time, people rise to the occasion.
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  • Three Men and a Neighborhood Italian Joint
  • Three Men and a Neighborhood Italian Joint

    Two great local Italian eateries, three peckish writers and six mouthwatering entrees.
      Two great local italian eateries, three peckish writers and six mouthwatering entrees
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  • Fallout

      Tom Bailie tells his story to anyone who will listen. These days, few people do. Everyone has died, moved away or just moved on, but Bailie can't seem to do the same. "I still haven't reconciled with all the anger," says the 56-year

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