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D&S Bait & Tackle gets new local owners and fly fishing gear | Business News

[ad_1] Patrick Hasburgh, right, speaks with customer Mark Hellenbrand, of Dane. Hasburgh, and his wife, Ashley, purchased the shop on March 1 from Gene and Sandy Dellinger, who owned the business since 1991. BARRY ADAMS, STATE JOURNAL Steve Hurst came in for bobbers but the Madison man turned the discussion to the restoration of the …

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Terrace season at UW-Madison returns next week | Higher education

[ad_1] A surefire sign of warmer days ahead arrives next week. Next Wednesday’s return of the Wisconsin Union’s signature sunburst chairs marks the official start of Terrace season, a UW-Madison tradition dating back more than 90 years. Moving the roughly 2,000 chairs and 430 tables out of winter storage and onto the patio typically takes …

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Art in focus | Merrimack Valley

[ad_1] Nifty, nifty, thrifty. Art Vaughan says, with conspiratorial mirth, that he wouldn’t call himself a vulture. “I’m just … thrifty,” says the MacGyver of optics, the Edison of scrap heap camera equipment. People give the North Andover photographer broken and unwanted cameras and lenses and he transforms them to custom rigs that take ultra-close-ups …

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Mend it, don’t toss it: Sustainable upgrades for old clothing | Arts & Entertainment

[ad_1] It is no secret that social media has helped launch trends into cultural relevance, but what happens when those trends are over? For most people, they throw those former fashionable clothes in the garbage. Conversely, when clothes get torn or start to show signs of time, many may find the task of repairing their …

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