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In my early 20s, I worked as a nanny for a Swiss billionaire, caring for his four children, seven dogs and 14 homes. For five years I was entrusted with those little kinder as if they were my own, so much that one day the parents said, “We thought perhaps this summer you could travel alone with the children. Where would you like to go?”

More than 40 years into their career, The Smithereens are revving up for the Sept. 23 release of “The Lost Album” – a collection of songs they recorded in 1993 when they were in between record labels, but never shared with their fans. “(They were) truly forgotten, but were recently discovered because we are archiving all of our past recordings,” said guitarist Jim Babjak, 64, who resides in New Jersey. “It is important (to release them now) because it shows a snapshot of our progression as a band. There may be more tapes to be released in the future.” For tour dates, check out the band's website at

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As the COVID-19 threat recedes — or seems to — consumers have been shifting their spending away from manufactured goods and toward the service…

(Broadry) — At just the mention of an all-inclusive vacation, undoubtedly, visions of a resort on a palm tree-lined beach hugging the shores of turquoise-blue waters pop into mind. Perhaps you also envision reuniting with family or friends to reconnect, relax and recharge beach or poolside with a specialty cocktail delivered right to your chaise […]

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