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Nov 16,2007
  Slate is an excellent choice for residential interior and exterior floorings. Natural slate flooring comes in a variety of colors, shapes and textures, letting you create various designs.  [full story]
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Nov 16,2007
Q: We have a very small bath on the top floor of our old house, which was probably the former servants' quarters. My wife and I both work and our children are grown. We are thinking of taking in a college student as a tenant/caretaker, and need to do some upgrading. There's a claw-foot tub   NEW-FASHIONED FLOOR - Faux stone resilient floor makes a small bath big on charm. (original to the house) and a vanity ... [full story]
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Nov 16,2007
For party munchies or holiday giftees, a batch of homemade popcorn all gussied up in caramel or herbs or cheese could not be easier or less expensive to make. And few people would turn up their noses at such an offering.   POP ART - It's super easy to whip up a batch of Maple-Pumpkin Spice Popcorn for a holiday gift. CNS Photo courtesy of The Popcorn Board.     CHILI-LIME POPCORN - Flavored popcorn doesn't have to be ... [full story]
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Nov 16,2007
Back in the day when it cost a penny to send a postcard and three cents for a letter, at a time when most people did not have telephones and mail was delivered two or even three times a day, people regularly exchanged holiday cards not only at Christmastime, but at New Year's, Easter, St. Patrick's Day, Halloween, April Fools' Day, Arbor Day and Thanksgiving. Bright, colorful, well produced, often embossed, yet still inexpensive, they ... [full story]
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Nov 16,2007
Q: I have been searching for quite a few years for the history of the pitcher seen in this photo. It has a translucent quality and the glaze appears to have been thickly applied. The figures and flowers are outlined in white and it is decorated with blue, green and white dots. There no identifying marks or numbers that I could find and it is in excellent condition. It was given to my great-aunt as ... [full story]
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Nov 16,2007
I love it when I write something that people respond to, even if it is an error or an omission on my part. I sure could feel the love this week.  Recently, I responded to a question about small holes being dug in a lawn. The writer happened to mention the region they live in, which is always useful for me in order to give an appropriate answer. Unfortunately, this time, that caused me to ... [full story]
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Nov 16,2007
The holidays are a time for family, friends, gift-giving, sharing and of course, lots of food.  It is almost impossible to lose weight around the holidays (and who wants to when there is pumpkin pie and sweet potatoes abound?), but you can still maintain your weight and fight the holiday bulge with the right mindset and flavorful yet healthy recipes.  Ellen Haas, author of Fit Food offers a solution via healthy recipes that help you ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007
Oenophiles, delight.   WINERD - If you like wine and you like board games, Winerd is the perfect way to combine both. CNS Photo courtesy of Art of Wine.    BAG 'EM - What better way to dress up your gift of a bottle of wine than with a fun and functional bag. CNS Photo courtesy of Art of Wine.    MARGARITAVILLE - Just add ice and your favorite flavorings and make a tasty concoction of your own. This Fiji ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007
  Water hammering – Hammering is the sound of moving water being stopped abruptly by the closing of a valve, resulting in the weight of the water crashing against the faucet, valve or sidewalls of the pipe. Pressure reducing valuve, expansion tank, expanded water, hot water, cold water, water heater …  [full story]
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Nov 09,2007
Q: I am moving back in with my parents after being on my own for nearly 10 years (don't ask). My question is, how to make the one-room-and-bath I'll have compensate for the three bedroom-with-pool condo I just left? A: Obviously, you can't. Who are you kidding? But for whatever reason you've left that three-bedroom-etc. living space - and that's not my business here - you are blessed with a fall-back living situation, be it ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007
Thanksgiving dinner is the culmination of weeks of planning - of poring over recipes, tracking down allspice and chestnuts, plotting what goes in the oven when, and arranging place cards diplomatically on the table.   LEFTOVER ACHIEVERS - Turkey Panini, featuring turkey slices topped with a mixture of cranberry sauce, mayo and chipotle chile, is a tasty update on the classic post-holiday sandwich. CNS Photo courtesy of Ocean Spray.    POST-FEAST FOOD - One way to give leftover ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007
In the ancient land of Disney, before full-length features like "Snow White" and "Pinocchio" were even a gleam in Walt Disney's eyes, there were the wildly popular short cartoons. First came the Mickey-and-the-gang shorts, initiated in 1928 with "Steamboat Willie," followed, a little more than a year later by the very different series known as Silly Symphonies. The concept came about largely because Disney's first musical director, Carl Stalling - who went back to Walt's ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007
Q: Enclosed is a photo of a violet iridescent glass bowl that belonged to my grandmother. She referred to it as a sauce bowl. It measures approximately 8 inches in diameter and there are six matching smaller bowls. They are all in perfect condition. The flowers that decorated the inside of the bowl are in relief. I think the set is around 80 years old.   CARNIVAL GLASS - This carnival glass berry set was made ... [full story]
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