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Jul 06,2007
These days, anyone from your toddler to your grandma might be seen sporting a baseball cap, but there was a time when the only people who wore baseball caps were professional players. They've been around for a long time, and you might consider a collection of the various types of vintage examples to add to your contemporary ones. To start at the beginning, baseball was not invented out of whole cloth by Abner Doubleday, as ... [full story]
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Jul 06,2007
Q: Enclosed is a photo of a tall slender pitcher. It is decorated with a scene of a shepherdess on one side and a young woman picking flowers on the other. The background is cobalt blue and has gold trim. It stands 12 inches tall and it is in perfect condition. I could not find a manufacturer's mark. What can you tell me about my pitcher?   BEER TANKARD - Based on its style, color and ... [full story]
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Jul 06,2007
Q: I was in my yard picking raspberries and I noticed a small gray bird following me making a soft mewing sound, similar to a kitten. It didn't attack and it didn't appear to be afraid of me. Was it complaining that I was taking its food? I have never seen birds eating raspberries and the plants have been there for years. I don't remember a time when some were missing as though animals had ... [full story]
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Jun 29,2007
The windows need cleaning. The trim needs painting. The gutters need cleaning. You need a ladder and you need tools. And, you don't want to be going up and down every time you need something. Let's face it, projects involving a ladder can be challenging. The HANDy Ladder Pail by Bercom International helps make these tasks easier. "You know the drill," said Mark Bergman, president of Bercom International. "You're working on a ladder project, climbing ... [full story]
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Jun 29,2007
Re-staining walls is a do-it-yourself project that is fairly easy to accomplish. It doesn’t take a lot of materials, is fairly inexpensive and offers big rewards for the time spent. [full story]
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Jun 29,2007
If you walk on the beach, there's probably a jar full of shells somewhere in your house. If you've camped in the Sierra Nevada, maybe there are framed pressed wildflowers hung in the hallway. Or perhaps there's a needlepoint pillow of a hummingbird on your couch, a reminder of favorite garden visitors. When folks who love the outdoors come inside, it seems natural to have a bit of nature at hand. This season, it is ... [full story]
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Jun 29,2007
This summer, as they have since time immemorial (or so it seems), children will trudge through the sand clutching their pails and shovels (or, if you come from some parts of the country, buckets and spades), eager to make mud pies, build castles and dig tunnels to China. There's an eternal, universally irresistible appeal of the feel of grains of sand and its ability to challenge the imagination. Generations of children have been engaged for ... [full story]
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Jun 29,2007
Q: Until we had our first baby two years ago, I never knew how hazardous a home could be. Everything I read is full of warnings, such as how the crib railings have to be spaced just so. Even stuffed toys carry "do not" labels. Now we're redecorating our living/dining room, and my playgroup friends tell me to watch out for the cords on the shades and blinds because they can strangle a child. Maybe ... [full story]
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Jun 29,2007
Q: I have enclosed a photo of a pair of American Indian gauntlets that were passed down to me. They were authenticated by a curator of the Buffalo Bill Cody Museum in Cody, Wyo. The curator told me the gauntlets were made in the 1880s in the Great Lakes region and are in good condition. The embroidered design is made of extremely small stitches on fine leather rather than beadwork. Can you give me an ... [full story]
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Jun 29,2007
Q: I planted a Japanese maple this year. I noticed that some of the tips of the leaves are brown, but the tree looks healthy. Do I have some kind of insect problem? One of the branches broke off. How do I keep insects from getting into the branch? A: Brown tips on the leaves of Japanese maples is a common occurrence caused when the plant becomes dried out due to excessive sun exposure, wind ... [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
Designer Kenneth Brown is as down-to-earth, friendly, inviting and comfortable as his designs. He isn't into patterns in his home; he wants to get inside your head, and everything he comes up with has to pass the "mom test."   KENNETH BROWN - Kenneth Brown is as down-to-earth as his designs. CNS Photo courtesy of Kenneth Brown Design.    SIZE SHOULDN'T MATTER - Kenneth Brown believes that small rooms are equally as important as larger rooms when it ... [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
How many times have you had to say, "Would you please keep it down in there?"   PEACE AND QUIET - A realistic solution for home noise pollution is the ProCore The Quiet Door from JELD-WEN, shown here in the Santa Fe style. CNS Photo courtesy of JELD-WEN.    SCENTED SWEEPING - The new AirWick Fresh Sweep broom freshens the air as you sweep. CNS Photo courtesy of Quickie Manufacturing.    CUTE CANS - Add a little charm and whimsy ... [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
  Though a little wobble is typical for ceiling fans, shaking and significant wobbling can be noisy and dangerous. Here are a few things that you could do to determine what’s causing the problem:  [full story]
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