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  1. Wanda CannonRead the original story w/Photo

    3 min ago | The Times

    The practice of composting and mulching has grown increasingly popular in the past few years because the riches Mother Nature provides are an economical way of producing rich soil and protecting plants from weeds, diseases and lack of moisture. Composting is a convenient way to recycle leaves, grass clippings and trimmings from a yard.


  2. 'Spring' brings rain, and shine, to Radio CityRead the original story w/Photo

    33 min ago | USA Today

    'Spring' brings rain, and shine, to Radio City Radio City Music Hall's 'New York Spring Spectacular' brings 500 gallons of "rain" to stage. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1bzBlwh USA TODAY's exclusive with the Rockettes.


  3. Health Watch: 5 tips for seasonal allergy reliefRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Cape Cod Times

    Spring is upon us, and if you have seasonal allergies, you may be less excited about that than most. After all, what fun is finally freeing your face from that scarf if you're just going to bury it in a tissue? “The key to surviving spring allergies is knowing what triggers your symptoms,” said allergist James Sublett, MD, president of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.


  4. Hello, honey: Invite bees for a lush gardenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Cape Cod Times

    If you're looking forward to an early summer tomato or a bumper crop of sugar snap peas, you'll need to attract pollinators to your garden. Bees are one of your best bets.


  5. More CleanupRead the original story

    20 min ago | Acorns to Oaktrees

    I forgot to take before images. That one on the left makes me want to tilt my head.


  6. HGTV's John Gidding Set for Austin's Spring 2015 Home & Garden Show This WeekendRead the original story

    41 min ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    From spring cleaning to planting, to home improvement, Central Texans will be able to find everything they need for both home and garden at the 10th Annual Austin Spring Home & Garden Show, this weekend, March 27-29 at Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Road, Austin. Now its 10th year, the Austin Spring Home & Garden Show blossoms with outstanding vendors, celebrities, exciting presentations and fun activities for the entire family.


  7. Q&A with ESPN basketball analyst Doris BurkeRead the original story w/Photo

    43 min ago | Albany Times Union

    ESPN play by play announcers Dave O'Brien, left, and Doris Burke during the Women's Final Four. Doris Burke is rare in the broadcast profession in that she is heard, appreciated and respected by fans of both men's and women's basketball.


  8. shotsie commented on Robin Day's blog post At the Urban Homestead - Remembering Ruth StoutRead the original story w/Photo

    48 min ago | Duke City Fix

    I wanted to write a bit about mulching and this got me to thinking about Ruth Stout - anybody remember her? She was featured prominently in Organic Gardening Magazine during the late sixties and early seventies for her "no-work" gardening method using year-round mulch. She wrote a handful of books on the subject, two that come to mind being "How to Have a Green Thumb Without an Aching Back" and "The Ruth Stout No Work Gardening Book".


  9. The top 10 parties in Toronto for spring 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    58 min ago | BlogTO

    From pop-art inspired proms to garden parties fit for Great Gatsby, these spring flings will have you dressing to the nines and hobnobbing with Toronto's fashionistas. Just remember glitz and glam doesn't come cheap, you need serious cash for admission to these parties.


  10. We waited 18 years to get landRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Namibian

    BENEFICIARIES of the land reform programme, Gabes and Ndahafa Muteka, say they waited 18 years to get a resettlement farm. The Mutekas, together with Sarafina Khoeses, have been resettled at farm Welgemoed just outside Windhoek.


  11. What's Goin' OnRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Harlan Daily Enterprise

    To place an event in the "What's Goin' On" section, email: bmoore@civitasmedia.com; fax: 606-573-0042; or drop a written/typed copy of the announcement by our office at 1548 Hwy. 421 South .


  12. Dutch father and son growing their Australian dreamRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | ABC News

    Eight years ago Nico Jong moved his family to Australia in search of a better life. This week his family company was awarded the Australian Production Nursery of the Year.


  13. Lincoln Shaw: Brave Simon's mercy missionRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | This Is South Devon

    HOME thoughts from abroad, as a much better writer than me once wrote in a moment of nostalgia. These particular thoughts come from Nigeria where young Simon Clarke is doing a splendid humanitarian job in very difficult conditions.


  14. Storytelling: Nonna's apron had her big family covered in loveRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Post-gazette.com

    With her round, chubby face, shy smile and soft fleshy hands that were never idle, my Nonna Sestili preceded in appearance the Pillsbury Doughboy. She dressed simply, with hair pinned at the nape of her neck.


  15. Student chefs compete at Pine-RichlandRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Norah's enthusiasm and imagination paid off last week. The student at Eden Hall Upper Elementary School in the Pine-Richland School District won the districtwide round of the 2015 Future Chefs Challenge, a national competition run by food services provider Sodexo.


  16. Garden by the Bay plants tree in memory of Mr Lee Kuan YewRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com

    The tree planting ceremony saw the planting of a Sepetir daun tebal at the Golden Garden, near the main entrance to Gardens by the Bay. Dr Kiat W Tan, CEO of Gardens by the Bay , carrying out the tree planting with Board of Directors and staff.


  17. L.A. County Arboretum & Botanic Garden hosts Chinese floral art displayRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | LA Daily News

    ARCADIA >> The Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden is hosting a display of Chinese floral art this weekend, along with a showcase of other aspects of Chinese culture. A floral master delegation from the Chinese Floral Arts Foundation of Taiwan USA Charter is presenting “Flower Tales of a Thousand Years” from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Friday through Sunday, arboretum officials said in a written statement.


  18. Vaughn Palmer: Disparities persist in proposed electoral boundariesRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Canada.com

    See the world - and save money, too. Perhaps a cruise, spa getaway, family vacation or romantic escape.


  19. Indian HillSupport the arboretum; buy a plantSupport the arboretum;...Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | Cincinnati.com

    Support the arboretum; buy a plant Rowe Arboretum at 4600 Muchmore Road in Indian Hill is open daily from dawn to dusk. Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1Cf99r6 For now, Daeger's hoping you can help fund the Indian Hill arboretum's basic expenses by patronizing its annual plant sale the weekend of April 24 and 25 and by joining or renewing your membership in the "Friends of Rowe Arboretum" booster group.


  20. The Huntington to open $68 million education, visitor center April 4Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Pasadena Star-News

    SAN MARINO >> The Huntington's new $68 million entrance complex, 10 years in the making, will showcase nearly 9 acres of “wow factor” when it opens April 4. The sheer size of the facilities is more than twice the amount of acreage railroad magnate Henry E. Huntington had in his early 1900s Beaux-Arts residence, garage and library - the vast ground's original buildings. The new Steven S. Koblik Education and Visitor Center will replace 9,000 square feet of outdated facilities built in 1980, said Laurie Sowd, The Huntington's vice president.