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Around the Region: Fishing, boating are two popular hobbies for locals

Water sports and fishing are a big pastime in our coastal communities. Regularly we have fishing tournaments and boating events. Just this past weekend, the new regatta commemorating St. Augustine’s 450th Birthday drew hundreds of onlookers at the downtown city marina. An array of 24- to 50-foot long boats was visible from the Vilano Bridge causeway and the bayfront. The St. Augustine Race Week ...

Hobbies With Asa Akira: Taxidermy (Ep. 2)

In the second episode of The Hundreds new web series, "Hobbies with Asa Akira," the adult film star continues her misadventures and finds herself at Bischoff's Taxidermy in Burbank. Aikra tests her stomach and skills at stuffing some roadkill with the help of the shop's owner, Gary. Stay tuned for more of her adventures. Read the full story at BallerStatus.com

MANSFIELD: Auxiliary to have crafts show, hoagie sale

MANSFIELD — The fourth annual crafts show and a hoagie sale will be held at the Franklin Fire Company No. 1 this Saturday.

CHA Foundation Kids Crafting Day Event at Bradley Hospital Creates Positive Impact

In efforts to celebrate National Craft Month and the benefits of art and creative expression for mental health, the Craft & Hobby Association Foundation partnered with The Rit Studio, Craft Attitude and Michaels Stores to host a “Kids Crafting Day” at Bradley Hospital in Riverside, Rhode Island. (PRWeb April 14, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/04/prweb12650683.htm

Plans for McCaffrey's, Provident Bank move forward in Doylestown

McCaffrey's representatives said they hope to open the market by September. It will employ between 75 and 100 people and they will be hiring, they said.

Week ahead: Crafts, cancer cures and cash flow in a week with 7 IPOs including Party City

Week ahead: Crafts, cancer cures and cash flow in a week with 7 IPOs including Party City

Small Business Owner Hopes Power of Social Media Will Bring Thieves to Justice

ROCKLIN- A small business owner was unable to stop thieves from stealing almost $2,000 worth of merchandise from his hobby store, and now he is hoping the power of social media will bring the criminals to justice. Perry Lutz has owned the Hobby Town USA in Rocklin for 12 years. Friday evening, two men strolled […]

Hobby turns into glory for national taekwondo champion Megan

Sporting success has come as a complete surprise to Donington fighter Megan Hartfil-Allgood (15) who is the new English taekwondo champion.

Delray Affair draws crowds downtown with crafts, food, music

Dubbed the "Greatest Show Under the Sun," the Delray Affair appeared to be a hot ticket Saturday as city streets overflowed with art lovers and artisans.

Hobbies for the Brain and Behind

I need a hobby. One besides reading, napping and playing Trivia Crack, I mean. All of those are sit-down hobbies, and I need a stand-up hobby.

Marketplace Expert ParcelHero Says ‘Don’t Eject Your Old Videos.’

As Record Store Day 2015 highlights the collectability of vinyl, collectables expert David Jinks predicts video could be the next big trend. (PRWeb April 10, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/04/prweb12640275.htm

Arts, Crafts, Socializing May Buoy the Aging Brain

Title: Arts, Crafts, Socializing May Buoy the Aging Brain Category: Health News Created: 4/8/2015 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 4/9/2015 12:00:00 AM

Crafts village gets ready to charm connoisseurs

INTACH, PTDC project on the banks of Chunnambar is all set to welcome artisans

Preserving memory with arts and crafts

Participating in arts and crafts activities and maintaining an active social life through old age could delay the onset of cognitive decline that often leads to dementia, according to a new US study. "Our study supports the idea that engaging the mind may protect neurons, or the building blocks of the brain, from dying, stimulate growth of new neurons, or may help recruit new neurons to maintain ...

Crafts workshop in Briercliffe

AN Easter holiday crafts session themed around royalty will be held at Queen Street Mill, in Queen Street, Briercliffe, from 10.30am until noon today. (THURS) The theme is to honour the museum's Cotton Queen exhibition.

Arts and Crafts Activities May Stave Off Dementia

Middle-age and older adults who do arts and crafts activities and socialize may reduce their risk of the thinking and memory problems that can lead to dementia, the study found. Over four years, 121 participants developed mild cognitive impairment, a condition that means having thinking and memory problems, but problems that are not severe enough to affect daily life. The people who engaged in ...

Which hobbies help an aging brain?

Taking up one of these activities could help prevent mild cognitive impairment

Midlife arts, crafts and socializing tied to better late-life cognition

Based on these results, using your brain for cognitive and social activities seems to preserve cognitive function or keep the neurons stimulated, said lead author Rosebud O. Roberts of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. “What is surprising from our study is that you have to begin these activities in midlife and continue through old age,” Roberts told Reuters Health by email. For the Mayo ...

Making room for hobbies in an Arlington living room

How one designer helps highlight treasured folk art and puppets.

Constitution Check: Did the Supreme Court give corporations a religious soul?

Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center’s constitutional literacy adviser, looks at claims made in the recent RFRA debate about the Hobby Lobby case – and what the Supreme Court actually said last year.

Crown Crafts Signs Licensing Agreement With Petunia Pickle Bottom

GONZALES, La. -- Crown Crafts Infant Products, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Crown Crafts, Inc. , announced today that it has entered into a licensing agreement with Petunia Pickle Bottom for luxury ...

Augie's Collectables selling out of Badgers gear

Tomahawk - The Badgers may be getting ready for the game Monday, but so are fans across the state. Stores selling Badger merchandise are selling out left and right.

Hobbies With Asa Akira: Tattooing (Ep. 1)

Streetwear giants The Hundreds debuts a new web series featuring popular porn star Asa Akira, dubbed "Hobbies with Asa Akira." In the first episode, she heads over to West Hollywood tattoo parlor The Honorable Society to attempt to pick up the ancient art of tattooing as a hobby. With the help of resident tattoo artist […] Read the full story at BallerStatus.com

Hobby shops persist among high-tech competition

Before smartphones, before computers and video games, there were hobby shops. And even though a 2010 study from the Kaiser Family Foundation found that 8-to-18 year-olds spend more than seven hours...

Mowbray sells its collectables business to CEO

Mowbray Collectables, the unprofitable listed auction-house business, has sold its stamps, coins and banknotes collectables business to outgoing chief executive John Mowbray in a bid to return to profitability. read more

Va. treasury putting unclaimed coins, jewelry up for auction

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Jewelry, coins, electronics and collectables will be up for auction through May during a state auction of unclaimed property.

John Mowbray to pocket coins, notes and stamps business

Mowbray Collectables is selling its stamps, coins and bank notes businesses to outgoing company boss John Mowbray, after other bidders dropped off.

Outgoing Mowbray CEO buys stamp businesses

Mowbray Collectables, the unprofitable listed auction house business, has sold its stamps, coins and bank notes collectables business to outgoing chief executive John Mowbray in a bid to return to profitability.The Wellington-based...

Mowbray sells stamp businesses

Mowbray Collectables has sold its stamps, coins and banknotes business to outgoing chief executive John Mowbray in a bid to return to profitability.

Mowbray sells stamp businesses to outgoing chief executive

April 2 (BusinessDesk) - Mowbray Collectables, the unprofitable listed auction house business, has sold its stamps, coins and bank notes collectables business to outgoing chief executive John Mowbray in a bid to return to profitability.