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2021

The Ethics of Pandemic Life

Make the unselfish choice to mask up to protect others With the raging COVID-19 virus playing havoc with our lives, our work, our health and our American society, we individually must make rational decisions to protect one another. The
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Toy Joy

Pets love to play and it’s up to us to keep them safe Now that the holidays are over, make sure that all those toys your pet happily received over the holidays are both safe and fun. For dogs, make sure that the toy has no parts that
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Arts: Bill Cook Jr.

Sculptor inspired by what he sees and hears Bill Cook Jr. has been coaxing artistic creations from natural materials since he was a boy whittling and carving wood. In his early 30s, Cook was living in South Florida when he saw a
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Real Money

Stimulus plans have strings attached to all taxpayers “A billion here and a billion there, pretty soon you’re talking about real money.” – the late Rep. U.S. Sen. Everett M. Dirksen Sen. Dirksen was so 20th century: The federal
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Home Decor

Three Knoxville designers weigh in on what’s in, what’s out If there’s anything that’s in during the time of COVID-19, it’s home. We’ve spent more time hunkered down there than we usually do, we’ve put time and money into DIY home
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Diggin’ Out of Debt

Feeling the stress of debt? Join the nearly 300 million people who are struggling with high interest rate nightmares hat’s the biggest challenge faced by individuals who find themselves up to their eyeballs in debt? Take a guess. Is it
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