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The region’s camps offer a summer of discovery

Andrea Stetson | Corresponding A brand new summer camp menu in Bonita Springs and Estero this summer will entice young people with everything from LEGO robotics and pickleball, birds, reptiles and marine biology. The YMCA goes beyond its traditional swimming, indoor sports and art camps to include new specialty camps. …

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The big pharmaceutical company that saw the future

June 5, 2021 ROCHE IS A strange entity. The Swiss giant is the world’s second largest drug maker and one of the most profitable big pharma companies. But its largest group of shareholders, mostly drawn from Fritz Hoffmann-La Roche, who founded the company in 1896, is led by André Hoffmann, …

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The 20 longest-running TV shows of all time

Television is a competitive industry, and many shows are lucky enough to be picked up in the first season. Rarely is a series popular enough to survive cast changes, cultural shifts, and disruptions in the media landscape. From daytime soaps to late night comedy shows, these are the oldest tv …

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15 things to do in Vancouver this week: May 31 – June 6, 2021

Note: as recommended by British Columbia health officials, indoor gatherings of any kind and non-essential travel within the province are not recommended at this time. Currently, outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed, but use layers of COVID-19 protection and maintain physical distance. Please adhere to COVID-19 health …

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2 health stocks that could be millionaires

reDespite the stories of newly created crypto millionaires, building wealth by investing usually takes time. One way to find businesses that will create wealth in the future is to look at those that have generated it in the past. It means asking which companies have adapted to all kinds of …

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Best Historic Trails in Arizona

Arizona’s trails have a fascinating story to tell: The native hunters and gatherers who found their feet in the canyon walls came first. Then come the explorers who forged paths between the first missions and the forts. And later came the railway workers who blew up roads through rocky terrain. …

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