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  1. In Japan, as in the United States, companies have been printing baseball cards for about as long as teams have been playing the sport. Japan has had professional baseball since the Great Japan Tokyo...
  2. Lawrence Yerkes heals ailing books. The master bookbinder treats important and valuable volumes that have been traumatized by fires, floods, and the accumulated insults of advanced age. On a morning...
  3. The $74,000 Sveid corkscrew ( www.sveid.com ) might be more expensive than any bottle of wine it will open—but it can be used more than once. The complex titanium device, which removes a cork by...
  4. Addison Mizner no longer wanders the halls of the Boca Raton Resort & Club ( www.bocaresort.com ) dressed in a silk robe and leading a monkey called Ethel on a leash; Mizner died in 1933. But the...
  5. The Jiva Hill Park Hotel ( www.jivahill.com ) in France has begun offering easy access to some of the finest ski areas in the Alps. The hotel, located on the Swiss border near Mont Blanc, has created...
  6. Music "is to the soul what the water bath is to the body," wrote author and physician Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr. While Holmes’ observation might be true, music making, like bathing, does not...
  7. Peter Tillou is depositing his assets in the 1904 landmark bank building in Torrington, Conn., after purchasing, fully restoring, and rescuing it from certain commercial demise. The building will...
  8. Silver Lining S.J. Shrubsole, which deals mostly in 18th-century English silver, has proven to be as durable as its wares. Eric Shrubsole, now nearing 90, still presides over the New York...
  9. You may not be able to golf a lick. Your drives might curve like a Chiquita into the hinterlands, your irons may displace more earth than a steam shovel, and you might putt with the touch of King...
  10. Richard Avedon first gained fame for the revolutionary, compelling fashion photos that he shot for Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue during the 1940s, but he always knew that fashion was not his only calling...

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