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  1. William A. CollinsRead the original story

    17 min ago | The Daily Gazette

    ... Bill received his Master Gardener Certificate through the University of Illinois. He had a passion for home gardening, growing both seasonal crops and flowers for the enjoyment of his family and friends. He enjoyed pickling vegetables, smoking ...


  2. Don't Forget the Squash this year if you plant a GardenRead the original story w/Photo

    20 min ago | Clarksville Online

    Squash is a vegetable you either love or hate-or sometimes both by the end of the growing season. Where else can you plant a few vines and get an ever-flowing bounty of edible vegetables that can be cooked in so many delicious ways? Two basic types of squash are the "summer" and "winter" varieties.


  3. Obama on "deflate-gate": Patriots would have won anywayRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | CBS News

    Just two hours before Super Bowl 2015 , President Obama weighed in on the latest controversy gripping the nation: "deflate-gate." "Here's what I know: the Patriots were going to beat the Colts regardless of what the footballs looked like," Mr. Obama said on the issue of whether the Patriots intentionally under-inflated footballs in the AFC championship game .


  4. Fighting filth with brooms & bloomsRead the original story

    42 min ago | The Telegraph

    The 26th battalion of CRPF has taken up cudgels against dirt and littering in the municipality area of Chas, Bokaro's satellite township, starting a month-long drive on Sunday. And nearby, in Dhanbad, district police have inaugurated a beautiful garden with a statue of tribal icon Birsa Munda, near the residential bungalow of SP Hemant Toppo on Luby Circular Road, on Sunday, literally recycling for a good two years the place that used to be an open defecation ground.


  5. Haute couture: verdict on the spring-summer 2015 shows in ParisRead the original story w/Photo

    49 min ago | South China Morning Post

    Haute couture is the ivory tower of fashion that most of us can only dream about. The world's wealthiest descend on Paris twice a year to view the best fashion money can buy, with prices starting at tens of thousands of euros for a simple dress or jacket.


  6. Ukrainian separatist advance forces mass flightRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Star

    As fighting escalates around the town Debaltseve in eastern Ukraine, a growing wave of civilians are fleeing their homes, taking the risk of being struck by stray projectiles on their way, and often leaving family members behind. Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said that around 1,000 of Debaltseve's residents have been evacuated in the past days.


  7. Ivor Abrahams: Maverick artist acclaimed as an 'interpreter of the...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Ivor Abrahams was described by Andrew Lambirth as "our greatest interpreter of the suburban dream".


  8. Nighttime garden vandalismRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Inside Bay Area

    Photo of the week: Cat meets squirrel. Do you have an interesting animal photo to share? Send it to jmorris@bayareanewsgroup.com.


  9. Jack White, Just A Prisoner Of Guac 'n' RollRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Smoking Gun

    The White Stripes co-founder, now touring in support of his second solo album, played Madison Square Garden Friday night and arrived at the World's Most Famous Arena with a tour rider including a requirement for the provision of a bowl of "FRESH HOME-MADE GUACAMOLE." To guide promoters, the White rider actually includes a recipe listing ingredients and how the guacamole should be made .


  10. Canopy walkway at Otari-Wiltona s Bush praised by international judgesRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Scoop

    News from WCC Otari-Wilton's Bush, Wellington's native botanic garden, has won an international Green Flag Award, given to only a small number of the world's best parks. The Green Flag judges singled out the reserve's dramatic Canopy Walkway for praise, saying it gives visitors a unique experience walking through tree canopies and vines over the protected forest floor.


  11. Calling all citrus loversRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Village Life

    ... will be available. This free class will be held Tuesday, Feb. 10 Master Gardeners are available to answer home gardening questions Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to noon, by calling (530) 621-5512. Walk-ins are welcome at the office, located at 311 ...


  12. Greste family ecstatic as Peter releasedRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    TONY Abbott has taken his signature $20b paid parental leave scheme off the table as cabinet colleagues now concede the PM's leadership could be beyond recovery. FREED Australian journalist Peter Greste is "very keen to be back on the beach and lie in the sun in Australia" after being released from an Egyptian prison.


  13. Lessons for the city learnt in John Rayner's Dandenong gardenRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Age

    ... His is an objective and science-based approach to design." It's about viewing re-vegetation, suburban home gardening and public urban greening as part of the same continuum. "They are all variations on gardening," John says. "There might be varying ...


  14. Falling in love: Enjoying the changesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Marina Times

    Solid, reliable, durable, yet malleable wood, subject to weathers of passion , and so, with passion, I'd like to announce that this new year, 2015, has Peter and me celebrating the wooden anniversary of our move to this new home city of ours. Inconceivably, we are now beginning the fifth year of our living in San Francisco - five years , and this fact gives further credence to the old notion that time flies when you're having fun.


  15. The Yuri way of compensating for the destruction of traditionRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Asopa People

    THE basic definition of politics encompasses activities by individuals or groups who organise to secure a shared and desired outcome. The bigger the organisation, the more complex and multi-faceted its political activities become.


  16. Soil: where food beginsRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | The News

    On Dec. 5 last year, Jose Graziano de Silva, the director general for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization deemed 2015 to be the International Year of Soils. You see, I learned many years ago that over 90 per cent of my success in the garden hinged on one thing: the quality of the soil that I plant in.


  17. How the cunning words of Waim destroyed Jimi's fertile landRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Asopa People

    At the same time masalai tiktik was introduced into the area through the control of the colonial kiaps. Waim saw that Jimi would be an excellent and attractive place for the cane and decided to bring some masalai tiktik seedlings into the area.


  18. ArchivesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | American Digest

    In mid-July the tree in my front yard is losing its leaves. It's a weeping birch some fifty feet high.


  19. Giants matriarch Ann Mara dies at 85Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | New York Post

    On Super Bowl Sunday, the Giants and the NFL lost a woman often called "The First Lady of Football" when Ann Mara passed away early Sunday morning at the age of 85. The matriarch of the Giants, Ann Mara as the wife of the late Wellington Mara and the mother of 11 children, including her oldest, John, the Giants' co-owner, president and chief executive officer. "I am sad to say that our mother has passed away," John Mara said.


  20. Surprising plant survivors in Three Gorges Dam 'death zone'Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    Scientists studying the impact of the Three Gorges Dam found more biodiversity in the flood area than they expected.Photo: Xinhua Five years ago, as a team from the Wuhan Botanical Garden embarked on a study of environmental impacts of the massive Three Gorges Dam, they made a startling discovery - almost 40 species of mostly common trees and plants could survive many metres underwater for more than half a year. The dam, one of the largest in the world, has three main purposes: navigation, power generation and controlling a waterway responsible for some of the most catastrophic floods encountered.