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Not so long ago, a paper calendar was a staple of every house, shop, school and bank in Lebanon, but thanks to evolutions in technology, the paper calendar has almost died out.In Sidon, some are clinging to the tradition of paper calendars, and taking pride in producing the small but important tokens of days gone by, in a variety of designs.One such person, Jamal Khaled, runs a small shop by the entrance to Sidon's Old City. He only sells his calendars during the Christmas period, and during the rest of the year, he publishes and sells everything from books and stationery to school supplies. While shopping in Sidon, Janet Jarjoura clutches a new calendar for the upcoming year.
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