Paul Gonzales Entertainment Reporter 358-2550, ext. 116

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Paul Gonzales is the entertainment writer at the Bee-Picayune and can be reached at 358-2550, ext. 116, or at thescene@mySouTex.com.

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  • Not only do bees make honey, they enjoy eating the stuff, too. When harvesting honey, if a bee gets trapped and covered with the sticky stuff, she’ll just clean herself off in a matter of minutes and fly off as if nothing ever happened.
    Not only do bees make honey, they enjoy eating the stuff, too. When harvesting honey, if a bee gets trapped and covered with the sticky stuff, she’ll just clean herself off in a matter of minutes and fly off as if nothing ever happened.
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  • Not only do bees make honey, they enjoy eating the stuff, too. When harvesting honey, if a bee gets trapped and covered with the sticky stuff, she’ll just clean herself off in a matter of minutes and fly off as if nothing ever happened.
    Not only do bees make honey, they enjoy eating the stuff, too. When harvesting honey, if a bee gets trapped and covered with the sticky stuff, she’ll just clean herself off in a matter of minutes and fly off as if nothing ever happened.
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  • Karin Knolle holds a rack of wax honeycombs the bees have built over the plastic base. Here, one of the racks is nearly completely covered with honeycombs filled with honey and can be harvested or eaten, as is, straight off the comb.
    Karin Knolle holds a rack of wax honeycombs the bees have built over the plastic base. Here, one of the racks is nearly completely covered with honeycombs filled with honey and can be harvested or eaten, as is, straight off the comb.
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