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If you’ve watched the news at least once, you’ve likely caught a weather report. Cold fronts, warm fronts, snow, rain, and clouds. But have you ever said to yourself, just what is a barometer and how does it help predict the weather? You’re not alone. With 24 hour...read more
For most people, Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season. It can be a time of remembered customs, from holiday celebration rituals to traditional food items. But why not mix things up and try a different flavor for this year’s Thanksgiving dinner? We’ve...read more
It’s hard to believe it’s been more than two years since spectators at the women’s international summer soccer games in Brazil were chanting “Zika, Zika!” And while the threat of Zika virus is still something of a concern, it isn’t dominating our news cycle anymore....read more
We’re continuing our series on going deep when going green. We’ve already covered your house, your yard and your food. But have you ever considered going green with your daily beauty routine? Don’t Just Jump Right In For starters, the best way to go green with your...read more
While the chosen treat on the majority of folks mind this time of year is candy, it’s long been a time-honored tradition to come up with clever new creative snacks for the Halloween ‘season.’ This year, whether you go out trick-or-treating, prefer a harvest festival...read more
While they will never be as popular as some of their other rodent cousins, Hollywood has certainly raised the profile of rats for most folks. Whether it’s Remy in Ratatouille, Master Splinter from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the Muppet’s Rizzo, or even Scabbers, I...read more
Judging from the response we’ve been getting, you’re really enjoying our deep dive on going green around your home these past few months. So now that we’ve looked at everything from your spring cleaning to getting your garage and pool more environmentally conscious,...read more
Deep in the jungles of Africa there lives an insect that that is known for sucking blood and making men go mad. Barely stopping to put its feet down, it drives its long proboscis deep into the flesh of any mammal, living off their blood, while leaving behind parasites...read more
It’s been a while since we’ve spent any time discussing the dangers of Zika virus that were so prevalent for the past couple of summers. In fact, back in May, the CDC removed the recommended Zika-related restrictions for people traveling to Florida. However, that...read more
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