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A recent study by the Centre for Resource Management and Environmental Studies (CERMES) showed that the fishing industry here was worth more than 52 million BDS dollars (26 million US dollars).
"Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who," 20th Century Fox's animated adaptation of the beloved children's book, remained the top movie for a second straight weekend with $25.1 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Shark attacks get Dick Brauer's attention. That's because his hobby is photographing sharks with the help of commercial dive operations.
By KIERA HAY Journal Staff Writer Whole Foods is a great place for shoppers on a budget. Really! Lurking beside the Bleu d'Auvergne and the Chilean sea bass is a supermarket ripe with deals ready for hard-working individuals wanting a little more bang for their buck, company officials say.
A good argument with your spouse could be just what the doctor ordered. Preliminary results from a survey of married couples suggest that disputing husbands and wives who hold in their anger die earlier than expressive couples.
In The Matrix, the hero Neo could dodge bullets because time moved in slow motion for him during battles.
By Olson, Sherry ABSTRACT For two centuries, each
It's a technique on the tip of a lot of parents' tongues - and maybe their children's too: Puree healthy fruits and vegetables, and sneak them into regular kid food like macaroni and cheese or chocolate pudding. Watch the kids unknowingly gobble down their vitamins, and smile.
Having a home gym used to be as simple as buying an exercise bike and sticking it in the corner of the basement. But as Americans place more emphasis on fitness, they are digging deeper into their wallets for state-of-the-art home gyms.
Smellovision never quite caught on, though it dates back to the late 1950s, when a signal from a "smell track" on the film activated a tubing system to transmit odors to each seat. Aroma-Rama, a similar application, piped odors into the theater through the ventilator system.
- A morbid dread of being buried alive. Also spelled 'taphiphobia'.