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Pedestrians walking along sidewalk in the nation's capital Thursday found themselves with a choice. "No cellphones," said lettering on one side of the sidewalk. "Cellphones," the other lane said. "Walk at your own risk." The walkway warnings, which
Concrete is everywhere, so it'd be nice to find better ways to make it and to make it more durable and to last longer. (FYI: Concrete is usually made up of 10-15% cement, and the cement is used to bind together sand and/or crushed rocks in concrete.)
The expansion triggers the need for a new sidewalk along the south side of the building, and necessitates under city law that the cafe owners develop three new parking spaces, or pay in-lieu fees to build spaces elsewhere in the city. The new
Mulch around plants to help conserve moisture, but don't let the mulch mound around stems or trunks, in order to avoid crown rot. Tomatoes, peppers and eggplants are at risk of blossom-end rot. This malady is due to low levels of calcium available
Noelle Allen doesn't mind a little hard work every now and then, but before Friday, the 16-year-old from Flossmoor had almost zero landscaping experience. After spending her service day as part of this weekend's Jack and Jill of America Inc.
When artist Kimberly Watters reads, she doesn't see the words the way most people do. She is visually dyslexic, meaning words in the text might blur or jitter. Surprisingly, she was delighted to receive the diagnosis. "I said, 'You mean I'm not the
The project isn't advocating sharing bad luck; instead, it's championing the idea of connecting neighbors and communities with a bounty of free, homegrown fresh produce. It all began as a single, front yard organic vegetable garden with a sign
The small emerald leaves of the yerba buena plant smell like a cup of delicious mint tea. The aromatic shrub, which translates from Spanish to English as good herb, is one of hundreds of native plants for sale at Manzanita Nursery in Solvang.
ET Silvana Valiani has a monarch butterfly way station at her Stoney Creek home, but she's lost a large portion of it because of a new sidewalk. She's protesting by parking her truck in the way of crews. (Samantha Craggs/CBC) Silvana Valiani has a
A decision to focus first on a segment of Glade Road from Bransford Road to Manning Drive means work could start by 2015 one of the most congested parts of the main city thoroughfare. Council members also decided at their June 17 meeting to continue