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The Ridgefield Press Ridgefield: New Jewelry classes The Ridgefield Press Jewelry Workshop — Beads Basics, is a one session workshop where you have fun making your own beaded jewelry and select materials to match your style. The workshop is on Wednesday, May 4 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.; $29 per class, plus materials cost of $10 ...

Live Science Painted Human Jawbones Used as Ancient Jewelry Live Science Painted Human Jawbones Used as Ancient Jewelry. By Owen Jarus, Live Science Contributor | May 18, 2016 07:32am ET. MORE. Painted Human Jawbones Used as Ancient Jewelry. This carved and painted human mandible (jawbone) was found in a ... Jawbone Jewelry: Archaeologists Discover 1300-Year-Old Painted Bone Pendants in MexicoAncient Origins all 3 news articles

Fayetteville Observer Jewelry store builds its business on charming fun Fayetteville Observer Inside, the happy bling continues, with polka dots, flowers, painted hearts, a chandelier and lots and lots of sparkly, brightly colored bracelets, necklaces, rings, glass beads, pendants and other fixings to make your own jewelry if that's what you want. and more


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30 May, 2016

Horse tosses rodeo performer, tramples him to death as crowd watches News & Observer A rider competes in the bareback bronc riding event during the South Douglas County Rodeo in Myrtle Creek, Ore., Saturday, June 14, 2014. A rider was thrown off his horse and killed over the weekend in Pilesgrove, N.J. Michael Sullivan AP. and more

30 May, 2016

'Australia still needs NZ' - Diamonds coach positive despite competition collapse TVNZ 'Australia still needs NZ' - Diamonds coach positive despite competition collapse. 2 min ago. share. Source: AAP. Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander says Australia still needs New Zealand despite it pulling the plug on the trans-Tasman netball competition. and more

30 May, 2016

The Tico Times 5 questions for a Costa Rican jewelry designer The Tico Times Daniella Baltodano's jewelry line brings an unusual mix of disciplines to the table. Baltodano, 35, studied biology and landscape architecture at the University of Costa Rica, then worked for four years as a landscape architect at Urban Design South ... and more