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Local Entrepreneur Offering Historic Walking Tours Of Kentville

It’s a chance to enjoy a healthy, affordable, educational activity while learning more about the colourful history of Kentville.


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Success With Organic Kids Meals

Stouffer, a 37-year-old Alexandria resident, started the business five years ago when her son Emory was about 1 year old.


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NASA Wants You To Think For Them

NASA and the DOE have set up a crowdsourcing campaign to find the best ideas for harnessing wave energy for producing electricity and they’re offering up some great tools.


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Recycling For The Benefit Of Mankind

Helen Hrywnak and hundreds of other apartment dwellers in Hillsborough County have found an easy way to recycle their aluminum cans and donate to charity, thanks to an initiative started by a Tampa man who noticed a void.


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Making Tables From Hangers

The patriotic table tops are the work of inventor and entrepreneur Nick Stillwell, who created them using recycled coat hangers supplied by the Frome store.


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Gaza’s Power Problems Inspire Inventor

Mahmoud Shaheen, a 55-year-old chemistry professor, started investigating the possibility of generating electricity at home a long time before the bombing of the generators.


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Infographic: How Your Amazon Order Reaches You

If you’ve ever wondered how your Amazon package goes from your click to your door, the infographic below may help shed some light on the process.


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The North Dakota Miracle: Fracking in the Bakken

The recent boom of the Bakken oil fields — made possible by a perfect storm of sensible state regulations, the fracking process, and the fact that most drilling is taking place on private lands—has produced a whirlwind of economic growth in a formerly sleepy corner of northwest North Dakota.


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Niche Biz: EcoVino

The packaging, a food grade wine bladder called an Astrapouch, is made in South Africa.


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Allergy-Free Peanuts are Going to be Big

A new method for removing allergens from peanuts means help could soon be on the way for the roughly 2.8 million Americans with a potentially life-threatening allergy to the popular food, the U.S.