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Tuesday, October 16 2018 @ 11:03 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Tuesday, October 16 2018 @ 11:03 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
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    LIVING LARGE

    At 7,367 square feet, The New American Home is being called an all-about-me house for baby boomers. CNS Photo by James F. Wilson. Read the story

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    CENTERPIECE HOUSE

    A 30-foot-high tower and circular staircase of Brazilian cherry wood greets visitors at the $5 million International Builder’s Show showpiece house near Orlando, Fla. CNS Photo by James F. Wilson.Read the story

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    LONDON RESIDENCE

    Well-worn steps lead visitors through the house once lived in by Ben Franklin, called an “American treasure” in England. It is open to the public after a $5.7 million restoration. CNS Photo courtesy of Michael De Guzman. [story:20060403005849120 Read

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    BEN’S PLACE

    Michael De Guzman spent three years trying to win support for and to record the restoration of the only house lived in by Ben Franklin still standing. CNS Photo courtesy of Michael De Guzman. Read the story

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    MATCHMAKER

    Increasingly popular Internet sites cater to people with specific interests. For instance, Deana Cacus is looking for the geek of her dreams on gk2gk.com. Photo by Scott Linnett. Read the story

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    MONASTERY OF THE MIND

    Bo Lozoff plays at a San Diego prison as part of his Prison-Ashram Project. CNS Photo by Nelvin Cepeda. Read the story

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    WINTER LEAVES

    With spring almost here, foliage takes a bough. CNS Photo by Nelvin Cepeda. Read the story

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    THE NEW CENSUS

    Is the new census a valuable survey or a breach of privacy? CNS Illustration. Read the story

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    A BREED APART

    When Japanese-Americans became prisoners in their own country, an outraged librarian made sure the children weren’t forgotten. CNS Photo by Nelvin Cepeda. Read the story

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    MUSLIM TRADITION

    Thuwaybe Affifi, left, applies a henna design to Barbara Hamdan\'s hand at the Islamic Foundation of Peoria (Ill.) mosque. Also called mehndi, henna has deep roots in customs all over the globe, particularly the Middle East. CNS Photo by Leslie Renken.[s

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    HANDY WORK

    Applied during celebrations such as weddings and religious holidays, henna can create beautiful designs. For thousands of years, people all over the world have relied on the leaves of the henna plant, from which dye is derived, to color hair and decorate

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    FIGHTING WORDS

    Scholar Paul J.J. Payack browses through a dictionary. He predicts that the English language will soon acquire its 1 millionth word. CNS Photo by Crissy Pascual. Read the story

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