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August 2008  
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CONTENTS
Reviving the Roadtrip
Batman Mania
Introducing the Billion-Dollar 2009 Audi A4
The All New 2008 Audi TT Coupe is TTTTTTTerriffic Fun
Maintaining and Servicing Todayís High-Tech Cars and Trucks
Start Your Day Off Right
The World of the Grizzly Man
Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks
Giga-What? USB-Huh?
A Beet of Their Own
Antiquing on Nantucket
There's a Sale at Bernardi Audi
Back to School Inspection
Detailing Special
Alignment Special
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There's a Sale at Bernardi Audi
...now is the time to buy!


With 2009 Audi models almost here, now is the time to get a great deal on 2008 models. Come on down to Bernardi Audi and save BIG on your new car.


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Introducing the Billion-Dollar 2009 Audi A4
Completely new, the A4 ups the ante with size, power, luxury and cachet.


Audi admits to investing one billion dollars to reinvent the A4 for 2009. Itís larger in all dimensions, re-engineered for fuel economy and packed with luxuries, many inspired by the upscale A8. Audi believes the A4 will truly move you, and so do we.
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The All New 2008 Audi TT Coupe is TTTTTTTerriffic Fun
The Audi TT enters its second generation with major improvements.


After an eight-year run, Audi has redesigned the TT Coupe. The changes are significant and impressive. The new TT is longer, wider and taller, but lighter, too. A new turbo-four engine features direct injection, and a new suspension improves handling and ride. The iconic TT shape is preserved to please the faithful.
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Batman Mania
The Dark Knight is in theaters again, but if you want more of the hero, there are plenty of rental options, too.


The phenomenal success of Batman: The Dark Knight in just the opening weekend shows that despite decades of superhero flicks, movie lovers still love to watch the millionaire-by-day, crusader-by-night good guy. But even if you've seen the latest blockbuster, do you know your Batman history? Check out these films to find out.
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Start Your Day Off Right
Itís time to stop making excuses or eating on the go when it comes to breakfast.


You woke up late. Thereís nothing in the refrigerator or cabinets. You just donít have time. Itís time for you to stop skipping breakfast and start making healthy choices. With so many benefits to eating a healthy breakfast, thereís no excuse to miss it.
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The World of the Grizzly Man
Werner Herzog explores the life and death of Timothy Treadwell.


In 2005, award-winning filmmaker Werner Herzog released a documentary about one of the most eccentric nature enthusiasts the world has ever known: Timothy Treadwell. For 13 consecutive years, Treadwell traveled to Alaska during the summer months to live among the bears. Compassionate, yet emotionally fragile, Treadwell became known as the Grizzly Man, filming all of his interactions in a very personal video diary. In 2003, Treadwellís adventure ended when he was fatally mauled by a hungry bear. The camera was rolling the whole time.
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Antiquing on Nantucket
Antiques await on the Island of Nantucket.


South of Cape Cod, just a short ferry ride away, you'll find the Island of Nantucket, a wonderfully storied place full of wonderfully storied antiquities.
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Reviving the Roadtrip
With some smart strategies and proper planning, you can rally against rising fuel prices and make the most of the open road.

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As gas prices tick higher on the pumps, a roadtrip might seem counterintuitive to saving money on vacation. But, with some careful planning, the right strategies, and plenty of enthusiasm, you could be hitting the road without trashing your wallet.
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Maintaining and Servicing Todayís High-Tech Cars and Trucks
Ever wonder how we ďtune-upĒ a computer?


Each year, cars seem to get more and more complicated. Todayís vehicles have as many as 50 microprocessors under the control of a central computer. From sophisticated engine controls to high-end electronic systems, it takes sophisticated training and specialized equipment to service and maintain your ride.
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Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks
Animal adoption is a rewarding way to find a new friend and family member.


Every year, thousands of animal shelters are overwhelmed by massive amounts of homeless, neglected and abused critters. While they may not all look like Westminster Kennel Club champions or the makings of a Fancy Feast commercial star, many people have found their newest lovable pal at a local animal shelter. Besides the satisfaction of bettering the life of a four-legged friend, there are many other benefits of adopting pets.
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Giga-What? USB-Huh?
A back-to-school guide for the well-equipped student.


Your kids have the pens, the binders and the calculator, but what about a notebook? No, weíre not talking about the spiral kind! As your kids head off to school, itís time to think about equipping them with a computer that will help them get their work done and of course, have a little fun! Maybe youíre even considering upgrading your system. Before you head off to your local tech store, hereís our guide to computers.
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A Beet of Their Own
Even though they might not be much to look at, beets offer a punch of flavor and nutrients.


Okay, so they may not be the most appealing vegetable to look at, and itís hard to believe how that rough looking exterior can be transformed into something soft and buttery once itís cooked. Beets are Ė what better way to put it Ė diamonds in the rough with a taste and texture just waiting to be experienced.
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