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Ex-'Who's the Boss?' star Pintauro now a vet tech – New Jersey Herald

Ex-‘Who’s the Boss?’ star Pintauro now a vet tech – New Jersey Herald

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Millions knew him as Jonathan Bower in the popular 1980s and 1990s TV series “Who’s the Boss,” in which he starred alongside Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano. The Austin American-Statesman reports photographers snapped him on red carpets.

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Ex-‘Who’s the Boss?’ Star Pintauro Now a Vet Tech – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Ex-‘Who’s the Boss?’ Star Pintauro Now a Vet Tech NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth Former child actor Danny Pintauro, from “Who’s the Boss,” said he’s only now living out his true dream job — as a vet tech and cat care attendant at Austin Pets…

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Epcot’s Japan Pavilion: A Photo Tour

The Finks take time to stop in and explore Japan’s gardens, architecture, and other features

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Bonsai tree burning technique.

Aussie bonsai bloke shows you how…

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3 Top Value Stocks to Buy Right Now

Don’t let a historically expensive stock market get you down. Give these three bargain stocks a look.

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How to Spend Five Days in Boston

Posted: 5/30/2019 | May 20th, 2019 One of the most historic cities in the United States, Boston is the city I called home for the first 25 years of my life. More a collection of towns than a metropolis like New York, Boston is a city steeped in history (it co…

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A new party paradigm: how to throw an eco-rave

Michelle Lhooq, founder of Weed Rave in L.A, speaks to the organisers behind music festivals Wonderfruit and Lightning in a Bottle about how to party with the planet in mind

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Bonsaist’s Nightmare

My trees, or more precisely what is left of them after the disastrous spring of 2018, have started to grow rather merrily this year a few weeks ago. This picture was taken on April 28. and normally this sight would be a source of delight for me after a drab a…

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Review: Kodama Duo:: Kodama Duo Review – Tabletop Polish

by HeirToPendragon See this review with photos at its home on TabletopPolish.com I tried to think of some clever pun involving “Kodama and Chill”, but none of my attempts seemed to take root. But I promise, there aren’t any nature puns throughout the rest of …

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Santana Talks New Album Africa Speaks, 20th Anniversary of ‘Smooth’ and Return to Woodstock

For Carlos Santana, the past and present are coming together in perfect harmony this year. On Friday the guitar legend will release his latest album, Africa Speaks, a Rick Rubin-produced venture that blends his familiar Latin roots and Bay Area psychedelia wi…

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All the Deals You Might Have Missed This Week

These are all the deals you might have missed this week. But don’t worry — thanks to our curated list, you still have the chance to save.

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The Aura of Bonsai

Masao Yamamoto’s latest series, Bonsai, is singularly focused on the tradition of Japanese “tray planting,” a practice of maintaining small trees that mimic the shape and scale of full-size trees. On view at Jackson Fine Art in Atlanta through June 29, Bonsai…

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Namwali Serpell on a Novel 19 Years in the Making

Revising my very old drafts, I was surprised by certain impulses I had as a young person. I’m surprised by how instinctively feminist I am as a writer. The post Namwali Serpell on a Novel 19 Years in the Making appeared first on The Millions.

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How Crenshaw became black LA’s main street

Crenshaw Boulevard is home to Dulan’s Soul Food, West Angeles Church, Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza, and Angelus Funeral Home, where the bodies of director John Singleton and rapper and activist Nipsey Hussle were prepared.

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Mother’s Day gifts: Some items you can order from Amazon for under $50

Looking for Mother’s Day gift ideas that go beyond flowers and chocolates? Here are a slew of Mothers Day gifts under $50 you can still get by Sunday.

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TV Review: Renée Zellweger in ‘What/If’ on Netflix

“What/If,” Netflix’s new anthology series, tells you what it is from its first moments, as Renée Zellweger delivers an Ayn Rand-ian screed about rejecting social mores. Zellweger builds to a snarl as she decries “lesser people’s moral agendas,” all while putt…

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US Creative Work of the Week: World of Hyatt members hike with wolves and fly through the air – The Drum

US Creative Work of the Week: World of Hyatt members hike with wolves and fly through the air The Drum From the looks of the latest campaign by Forsman & Bodenfors for Hyatt, the World of Hyatt members sure seem like they’re having a great time. And for world…

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Soaking in the sights and sounds of the Steel City

Pittsburgh is a vast Rust Belt city of dozens of colourful neighbourhoods, world-class art museums, three inviting rivers and cuisine worth writing home about.

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Mah Pollard, Mah Coppice

I am sorry for not posting yesterday. I have plenty of various pictures, but I still have a huge backlog of work around the garden as well due to the six weeks that I have spent lounging in my bed drinking tea and whatnot. And I think it will take a few more …

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Have You Ever Heard The Tragedy Of Darth Daenerys The Wise?

Count me among the chorus of disappointed from last night’s penultimate episode of Game of Thrones — to be clear, you shouldn’t take anything I say here with a salt lick, much less a grain of salt. The show has never really been for me. I’ve found it at turns…

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