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IN THIS ISSUE
Make this Season a Reason for Happy Feet
Pass the Part
A Food Obsession
What’s on Your Mind?
Vehicle Profile: The 2011 Honda Insight
Vehicle Comparison: The 2011 Honda CR-V vs. the Toyota RAV4
Eco-friendly Tech Tools
Spring Cleaning for Your Car
Wake Up and Smell the Springtime
Great Honda Deals thru March 31st
Great Nissan Deals through March 31st
Make this Season a Reason for Happy Feet
Tips for a pain-free spring – from your ankles to your toes.


Many of us are on our feet throughout the day – walking the dog, cleaning the house, even standing for eight hours or more on the job. You only have two, so make your feet feel their best. Start with these tips from the professionals:
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Great Honda Deals thru March 31st
Great Honda Deals through March 31st.

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Vehicle Profile: The 2011 Honda Insight
Honda’s hybrid delivers value.

Photo: 2011 Honda Insight Far be it for Honda to let an opportunity to out-innovate the competition slip through its grasp. With the recent surge in the hybrid-electric segment, it’s Honda’s stylish and downright spritely 2011 Insight that has cornered the market on fuel-sipping hybrid value.
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Vehicle Comparison: The 2011 Honda CR-V vs. the Toyota RAV4
When it comes to value, the CR-V beats the RAV4 and earns the raves.

Photo: 2011 Honda CR-V The 2011 Honda CR-V and latest Toyota RAV4 are proof that vehicles that share the same class aren’t necessarily created equally. With its emphasis on style and flexibility, Honda’s modern crossover is a breath of fresh air compared to Toyota’s more utilitarian offering.
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Wake Up and Smell the Springtime
Events in New England to get you into the swing of spring.

Photo: Wake Up and Smell the Springtime The extent of snowfall in New England this winter, while beautiful, surely has given everyone a serious case of spring fever. Fortunately, there are spring-themed events that will have you making maple syrup, planning this year’s garden and viewing beautiful new blossoms – plenty of fun to tide you over while you wait for the weather to fully warm up.
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Spring Cleaning for Your Car
Things to take care of once warmer weather rolls around.

Photo: Spring Cleaning for Your Car The changing of the seasons is often one of the best ways to time basic automobile maintenance. According to Edmunds.com, the dawn of spring is the perfect reminder for you to verify that your windshield wipers are still in good shape, your tires are holding air and your air filter is still clean enough to do its job properly. Spring is also a great time to rotate your tires, particularly if you live in a region where you don’t need to swap on a set of summer rubber once the winter is over.
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A Food Obsession
Across America, folks are big on BBQ.

Photo: A Food Obsession In the throes of the American Revolution, our patriots pigged out. In 1769, George Washington made record of attending a “barbicue” in Alexandria, Virginia—written proof that America’s love affair with barbecue is in fact older than America itself.
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What’s on Your Mind?
The status of your Facebook status.

Photo: What’s on Your Mind? In July 2010, Facebook reached 500 million active users. This means that roughly one in every 14 people in the world is currently on the social networking website. Now, with the critically and commercially acclaimed movie The Social Network racking up major awards, and Facebook-founder Mark Zuckerberg’s being selected as TIME magazine’s Person of the Year, industry leaders project Facebook to continue its meteoric rise throughout 2011.
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Eco-friendly Tech Tools
Make a statement with these green gadgets.

Photo: Eco-friendly Tech Tools Most of us can’t imagine living without our technological toys; from laptops to hairdryers, we often depend on plugging in to get through the day. While gadgets make our lives more comfortable in many ways, they often wreak havoc on the natural environment. Sure, you can buy a hybrid car or install solar panels on your house, but don’t forget about the smaller tools that can be replaced by eco-friendly versions. Here are some fun innovations that have recently hit the market:
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Pass the Part
Famous actors who passed on famous roles.

Photo: Pass the Part Everyone has that one experience they wish they could go back and change. For these actors, it might be letting these now legendary parts slip through their grasp. From The Matrix to The Shawshank Redemption, some of your favorite actors passed up the opportunities to play some of your favorite roles.
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