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Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Find out how you can reduce your impact on the planet...and save money at the same time! Ed Begley Jr. shares his tips for living a more affordable and eco-friendly lifestyle. Also: a family history of gambling addiction. On States of the Union, the issues that matter to Vermont voters. And Al and Larry Ubell answer your home repair questions.

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Ed Begley Jr.

Live Green and Save Money

Find out how you can reduce your impact on the planet…and save money at the same time! Actor and environmentalist Ed Begley Jr. shares his tips for living a more affordable and eco-friendly lifestyle. His new book is Living Like Ed.

Event: Ed Begley will be speaking and signing books

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Family of Gamblers

Martha Frankel grew up among gamblers, and then as an adult became a gambling addict herself after she discovered online poker. Her new memoir is Hats & Eyeglasses: A Family Love Affair with Gambling.

Event: Martha Frankel will be speaking and signing books
Wednesday, February 20 at 7 ...

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States of the Union: Vermont

Vermont has the highest number of troop deaths in Iraq per capita. It also one of the lowest approval ratings of President Bush. We find out what other issues matter most to voters in the Green Mountain State, and also look ahead to the state’s March 4 primary. Sam Hemingway ...

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Al and Larry Ubell, Gurus of How-To

Accurate Building Inspectors Al and Larry Ubell answer your questions on home repair. Call us at 212-433-9692 or leave a comment below.

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