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Wet, cold, cloudy days are great days for garden planning. Maybe it is time for some landscape changes or additions.
Would you support legalizing marijuana in your state?
Should government buildings be allowed to display religious symbols?
Gardening remains one most popular and simple hobbies, but even your yard, shrubbery, and garden are not immune to advances in technology.
Authorities are trying to determine what caused a fire Wednesday afternoon at Mark and Deborah Cortez's house on Louisiana 1085 in Goodbee, leaving the structure charred and unlivable.
Kenzo Dix rests at the top of a beautiful hill overlooking the San Francisco Bay.
When you think of butterfly gardens, the first plant that comes to mind is probably butterfly bush .
GE is battling the problem of dishes that don't quite come clean by putting 102 cleaning jets into one of its top-of-the-line dishwashers.
Just down the sidewalk from my office, in our Garden for All Abilities, Picasso poinsettias and dusty millers are creating a Kodak moment for visitors.
The "Fire-Roasted Eggplant, Smoked Sesame Seeds, Tomato Dashi, Plum Sorrel" was a new dish introduced at The Amalur Project "Chapter 3" Pop Up series this past November.
A committee composed of Maria Krenek, Donna Woodward, Beverlye DeBoice and Mary Lou Goodwin selected homes on Hillsdale Street to 15th Street to receive "Garden Jewel" certificates on Dec. 20 at the Eureka Sequoia Garden Club meeting, to be held at First Covenant Church, 2526 J St. A program by Theresa Chesmore about "Butterflies" will start at 11 ... (more)
On Sunday, Dec. 1, residents of Belmont's Homeview Neighborhood completed a community garden in O'Donnell Park.
The community garden at Carleton University sleeps beneath snow, but it left signs that its first growing season went well.
AS A wintry chill creeps over News Shopper's patch, experts are warning about the plight of wild birds.
A special benefit contra dance with Perpetual e-Motion, one of the most popular dance bands in the Northeast, is set for Friday, Dec. 20, at Watts Hall, Main Street/Route 1, beginning 8 p.m. Proceeds will support the Flannel Shirt Fund, which helps kids in school plant, grow and harvest gardens; and prepare their own food.
For Tammy and Shawn Christensen, that's the most challenging part of creating garden statues from scratch - and they ought to know.
In a vote that saw friction between two members of the board, Butte County supervisors passed three relatively mild amendments to the marijuana cultivation ordinance, but they also said come Jan. 14, much stricter changes could be on the table.
Of course it's wonderful to take a holiday vacation, but um, hey- don't forget your plants.