Discovering the joy and satisfaction of ‘painting by number’ Eli Libenson shares his pleasure and suggests readers follow his example and produce beautiful paintings of their own.

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Canvas, brushes, and in 1, 2, 3 I’ve got a painting
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Issue No. 172
 

Some jokes about seniors and others to make you smile!

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A bit of humor
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This time Alan recounts a side competition at the quarterfinal match of the Crime Writers Association annual knockout teams’ tournament. This match, between the star-studded pairs across the eight tables, was won by actor Robert Mitchum and sleuth Philip Marlowe of the Raymond Chandler team.

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Farewell, My Lovely
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Issue No. 172
 

Alan Caplan describes a game that occurred in an online bridge tournament in which he played. He tells the "story" of the game as if it was a contest between the teams of the two illustrious British crime writers, Dame Agatha Christie and Ruth Rendell, Baroness of Baberg.

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“Murder?” she asked
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Issue No. 171
 

Carol Novis describes the history and explains the rules of the ever-popular game of Mah-jongg that is enjoying a resurgence of late.

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Is this the game that’s kept Ma young?
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Issue No. 171
 

What do flower shows, streaking, Star Trek, dogs, gold teeth, and food have in common this issue? Read the humor section to find out more.

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A bit of humor-Magazine 171
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Alan Kaplan describes an exciting bridge match of the famed Baker Street Bridge Club in London

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Elementary, my dear Watson
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Issue No. 170
 

A light hearted look at life via jokes, group therapy, family fun, relationships and senior moments.

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A bit of humor
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Issue No. 170
 

Gennia's usual mix of pithy comments and great quotes to keep you laughing

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A bit of humor
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Issue No. 169
 

Alan Caplan explains what actually constitutes a bad break in bridge and how to make a trump coup. He says that in Bridge, like life, you get good breaks and bad breaks. Winners take advantage of the former and overcome the latter wherever possible.

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Bad Breaks and Percentages
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Issue No. 169
 
 
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