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In the garage, shed or basement of nearly every gardener, you will find stacks of plastic pots. Then there are mulch bags, pesticide and fertilizer bottles, flat trays from six-packs of annuals. We think of our gardening as greening the world, but it...
Special to the Chicago TribuneWiper blades: Replace worn, streaking or damaged blades. Consider winter ones that won't pack with snow and remain in contact with the glass. Windows: Apply water repellent to windshield and windows to keep them free of slush, salt and muck. Doors,...
- Alaska Airlines says it's resuming flights to and from Alaska after ash clouds cleared from the most recent eruption of Mount Redoubt. Thirty-five flights were canceled through early Tuesday morning because of six eruptions from the volcano about 100...
Whether it's taking a bath together to conserve water or being eco-conscious in the bedroom, more couples are turning to eco-friendly sex products. Everything from the popular hemp lubricants to silicone vibrators. Candace wasn't about to take a risk...
Tags: Consumers, Sex, Toy Industry, Toys, Politics
For the exact recipes, see the information below. For more information on Stacy Cox, go to www.stacycoxtvhost.com. Bed Bath and Beyond helped Stacy decorate the beautiful Thanksgiving table that was seen in the segment. For more information on the 5...
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Ferran Adrią, the internationally acclaimed chef whose El Bulli in Spain is revered as the world's premier outpost of gastronomic inventiveness, has ventured to Italy to learn a more humble art, pizza making. And perhaps not surprisingly, some Italians...
Tribune staff reporterOnly a person who has polished a 66-foot-long, 33-foot-high, 125-ton, hollow, stainless steel kidney-bean-shaped sculpture until it was so shiny you could use it as a shaving mirror could tell you what a cumbersome chore that sort of thing can be, and how...
Tribune staff reportersJoseph "the Clown" Lombardo was at a workbench in his small Near West Side shop, where masonry saws and tools are sharpened, when 10 federal agents swarmed in. One agent waved a grand jury warrant, another carried a cotton swab. The agents dabbed the...
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Knight Ridder NewspapersDuring a Grand Marais winter, it doesn't hurt to have the grit of a hivernant, as well as a good set of polypropylene underwear. On a sunny day outside the North House Folk School, two modern-day hivernants, voyageurs who wintered over, were encamped,...
of the Sentinel StaffIf you want to understand the debate about "soft walls" and concrete retaining walls in auto racing, think about bullets. If a bullet hits a hard surface at a slight angle -- say, 20 degrees -- it ricochets; that means the energy is channeled in...
Tags: Indianapolis 500, Auto Racing, Sports, Metal and Mineral, NASCAR
FOR THE TIMESFriday March 22, 1996 The urbane, debonair V.A. Musetto, arts editor of the New York Post, is credited with writing the now-legendary 1983 headline "Headless Body in Topless Bar," and is so acknowledged in the credits of the new Peter Koper/James...
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