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Category Archives: January 2008

Automotive Product Recommendations

In these tough economic times, more and more people are looking to preserve their assets as long as they can rather than ‘buy new.’ And this fact is even more … Continue reading

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Premiere SoundSpa by HoMedics

Anyone who has struggled with insomnia knows the distress long sleepless nights staring at the clock can cause. Sometimes, once this kind of sleepless cycle starts it takes something radical … Continue reading

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On the Road & Pageantry

Kerouac’s Original Scroll Featuring Actress Melanie Minichino Ms. Liberty International Audio Books Noted Cooking Books Ten Minutes With Chef Walter Staib Automotive Texts ON THE ROAD: The Original Scroll. Jack … Continue reading

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Optima Batteries

As previously noted, Don Knowles’ text provides extensive analysis on the mechanics of the automotive charging system. To this end, one of the best batteries on the market these days … Continue reading

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Honeywell Heaters

As winter comes upon us once again, thoughts turn to ways to heat the house and ourselves without turning up the cost of the electricity bill.  Accordingly, portable heaters are a … Continue reading

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Dirt Devil

In these dicey economic times, with the prices for fuel and basic necessities rising by the week, it has become necessary for consumers to get the most value out of … Continue reading

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Aerobed

Living in an apartment in the year 2007 is both an odyssey and a challenge, as renters in cities like New York, San Francisco and Chicago struggle to pay for … Continue reading

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Crepe O Chocolat

CREPE O CHOCOLAT. 75 O’Farrell Street. San Francisco. It’s hard to believe that Crepe O Chocolat founder Sylvie Krawec was once an analyst in the insurance industry. Bluntly, restaurateurs this good and … Continue reading

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Caesar’s: A San Francisco Institution Since 1956

CAESAR’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT. 2299 Powell Street. San Francisco. “From the banker and blue-collar worker to Grandma and Grandpa – we’ve always embraced everybody at Caesar’s…”  – Co-owner Luigi Romani Caesar’s is … Continue reading

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