Carrington Garden Tour offers variety at 5 stops - Jamestown Sun What: Carrington Garden Tour Where: NDSU Extension ... and a lot of the funky farm junk all through ... drive south on Highway 281 and turn west ... 06/25/2016 - 7:30 am | View Link
Grandmother's canning jars find new life as home decor - Arkansas Online ... says Shell Venus, owner of Funky Junk Boutique ... box or wire basket as a countertop herb garden. ... • Turn a jar into a soap dispenser ... 06/11/2016 - 3:16 pm | View Link
James Patterson’s publishing revolution: Short, cheap books to get ... - Washington Post ... forward,” he says, “and to turn on the movie ... small plates if we’re being kind, junk food if ... After a tour of the garden, the ... 06/7/2016 - 12:53 pm | View Link
16 ways to spend your weekend in Philly, June 3-5 - Philly.com ... p.m. Friday through Sunday at JUNK studio, 2040 ... Jack Oakie gives a scene-stealing turn as Il ... where there's a Sly Fox beer garden, ... 06/3/2016 - 5:53 am | View Link
What if the networks were honest with viewers? - Boston Globe ... you in with bogus urgency, and junk up your ... Our stations turn their lonely eyes to you. ... when it erupts at benefit galas and garden ... 06/3/2016 - 5:29 am | View Link
Bellingham Schools Go Local, Turn To 'Farmraising' To Fund Garden Program Mark Abbot is one of those parents. He was living in Flint, Michigan and helping his fourth grader sell mostly what they felt was junk food. It got him thinking there had to be a way to sell healthy, products, even things from local farms. He tried it out ... 05/19/2016 - 5:38 am | View Link
William Paterson student gardeners turn trash into treasure Biskup was one of about 20 students from a William Paterson environmental land use and planning class who turned a bunch of discarded junk — old skateboards, buckets, a recycling bin, a metal cart — into a mobile garden display that will be part of an ... 03/9/2016 - 6:13 pm | View Link
Turn junk into art and win prizes Full rules and judging information are available at hillsborough.ifas.ufl .edu. For more details, contact Lisa Meredith, compost, school and community garden program coordinator for the UF/IFAS Extension Hillsborough County, at meredithl @ ... 08/26/2015 - 2:11 am | View Link
Turn ‘junk’ into garden whimsy Whenever I go out of town, I invariably have computer problems. This would not even be an issue except that the only reason I ever go near a computer when I’m out of town is to write this column. This morning, Sister-in-Law tried to get me set up on her ... 06/29/2013 - 12:09 am | View Link
Byers: Worms turn waste into fertilizer What’s slimy and wiggly, can live by the hundreds in your home, and transform junk mail and food scraps into a rich fertilizer known as “black ... The worms used in vermi-composting aren’t your garden variety earthworms or nightcrawlers. 02/27/2013 - 11:28 pm | View Link
shabby story: my garden junk… I hear you girl. I am dying to get my fingers dirty with something other than glue and paint. I want some garden soil under these nails. I want to see pretty flowers ... 06/20/2016 - 3:07 pm | View Website
Chic Cottage Junk I started this blog about eight months ago with trepidation. I had just stumbled upon blogs a short time before starting and I thought they were a great place to ... 06/20/2016 - 10:57 am | View Website
Create Garden Art From Junk | Projects, Tips and Creative ... Turning junk into garden decor is an art form of its own. The secret in recycling trash into successful garden art from junk is to ensure that the objects you choose ... 06/19/2016 - 1:28 pm | View Website
How to grow JUNK in your garden | Hometalk I have a litte garden trick I play. When the plants are still fairly young, I'll place selected junk pieces among the young blooms to fill up the garden beds. 06/17/2016 - 3:11 pm | View Website
Turn Salvaged Junk Into Garden Ornaments Growing flowers isn't the only way to add color and interest to outdoor spaces. You can also personalize your green acres with character-filled items scavenged from ... 06/17/2016 - 1:52 pm | View Website
Splashing around in a pool provides relief from the heat, but experts urge parents to be cautious so summertime fun doesn't turn into tragedy. "A lot of people don't recognize that drowning is still a leading cause of (accidental) death in children," said Sarah Denny, an associate professor of
Dear Amy: Toward the end of my junior year of college, I met a man who I thought was going to be Mr. Right and Forever. We got engaged a week before my college graduation, and I was over the moon. This was going to be my modern-day fairy tale.
CB2’s macramé plant hangers ($25 each, cb2.com) add texture and visual interest to a room. Provided by CB2
I was in grade school when I learned about the ancient art of macramé. It was the mid-1970s, and my mother’s best friend was the only person I knew who ate yogurt, grew bean sprouts and dried her own fruit.
Steve Turner is the new executive director of History Colorado. Provided by History Colorado
It would be easy to see Steve Turner’s move into the top job at History Colorado as the end of a long, and sometimes rocky, transition for the state agency.
In the past three years, History Colorado has a moved into a massive, new home in downtown Denver, reorganized its board of directors from top to bottom and taken on a partner and adviser-in-chief in Patty Limerick, the well-known author and professor who was appointed state historian in January.
More than that, History Colorado has gotten its financial house in order.
Shade netting can reduce temperatures by 10 or more degrees and decrease blossom drop, which means a better harvest on plants such as squash, zucchini, tomatoes and green beans. Betty Cahill, Special to The Denver Post
Warm spring breezes have turned into hot summer windy days. Boiled down, the summer must-do chores are easy to remember – moisture, mow, mulch, monitor and maintain.
What do Ghostbusters, Wonder Woman and Superman have in common with debutantes and Young Men of Distinction?
Nothing, save for this one evening in June when Comic Con and Le Bal de Ballet were taking place simultaneously, in venues a stone’s throw apart.
It made for an interesting moment when random super heroes in full costume, walking from the Colorado Convention Center to cars parked in the Denver Performing Arts Complex garage, needed to negotiate a galleria filled with debutantes, Young Men of Distinction and several hundred parents, friends and extended family done up in evening gowns and tuxedos.
And it was tough to tell which group found the other more amusing.
Pam Cress, Special to The Denver PostSarah Buettner Hamilton, a Le Bal de Ballet debutante in 1988, and her daughter, 2016 deb McKinley Hamilton, one of only 59 in the country to receive the Iota Sigma Pi Award for Outstanding Young Women in Chemistry.