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Evolution of cowboy style —PHOTOS

Americans started paying attention to Western wear was during the 1930s, says UNLV associate professor Deirdre Clemente. The modern interpretations get shown off in Las Vegas during the National Finals Rodeo.

‘December dilemma’ challenges interfaith families

Christian and Jewish couples often find this time of year challenging as they celebrate and respect each other’s religious traditions of Christmas and Hanukkah.

Ford switches to Blackberry for new Sync system

Ford is upgrading its infotainment system to make it more like a smartphone or tablet — and it is dumping its longtime software provider Microsoft as part of the change.

Music improves surgical performance, study shows

Almost three quarters of surgeons’ operating theaters are thronging, or throbbing, with music when patients go under the knife, according to study.

keep it simple

Each year, Americans festoon their homes and businesses with holiday decorations of varying sizes, shapes and colors. But for some people, all that festive fluff is overwhelming.

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Three steps can make your mantel a decorating marvel

People seem to have two perspectives on decorating fireplace mantels for the holidays. Some see this long piece of wood as a stage for their masterpiece. To others, it seems more like a gangplank — decorating this key focal point feels intimidating.

New twists renew a classic holiday symbol

Say “wreath,” and the beloved evergreen standard comes to mind — unadorned or dressed for the holiday season with lights, bows, fruit or ornaments.

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