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  1. New Game: Harvest ManiaRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | MobyGames

    Harvest Mania is a color-matching game with vegetables. The main objective is to survive as many years as possible.


  2. Professor Danielle George: On a mission to bring back the art of 'thinkering'Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies It is the last rehearsal for the third and final talk in the Royal Institution's Christmas Lectures series and the excitement is palpable.


  3. Katie Brown WorkshopRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | KISU-TV Pocatello

    With her Midwestern charm, girl-next-door persona and "keep it simple" ethic, Katie Brown demonstrates how to make a house a home in her new series, KATIE BROWN WORKSHOP. Everyday life at home is a joyous adventure for Katie, whether she is planning and cooking a dinner party, working in her garden, redecorating a room or meeting the daily needs of a young family.


  4. The Botanical Gardens in January 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    The Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens , located at 2655 South Park Ave. in Buffalo, celebrates a new year with these events in January, including a new take on a popular favorite. The Poinsettia Show goes on through Sunday, January 4th.


  5. Bernice WestrickRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Crescent-News.com

    Bernice L. Westrick, 87, passed away Friday, December 26, 2014, surrounded by her husband and family at her home in Defiance after 13+ years with Alzheimer's.


  6. Are our children, homes safe with domestic workers? Part IIRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    My friend then revealed that they were now regretting their unwise decision to employ him without first ascertaining the truth why he left his own residence. When I was senior lecturer at Makerere University and living in Kololo, my housekeeper was a smart and intelligent 30-year-old man.


  7. If you go to PhoenixRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Boston.com

    The historic property was recently given a $5 million facelift. As a result, the resort possesses an impossible mixture of old-school charm and up-to-date, posh rooms.


  8. COLUMN: Fresh-cut flowers add some festive colourRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    According to research, fresh flowers lift everyone's spirits and are the gift that makes people the happiest, especially during these cool, dark days. Fresh flowers add so much colour to the festive season, and they do not have to cost a great deal.


  9. Water diviners, dowsers, may have special sensitivity to electromagnetismRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Age

    I learned the secret of water divining a decade ago in an enchanting 16th-century farmhouse near Mount Snowdon, in North Wales. One autumn day as we chatted round a big fire, a cousin asked if we had any diviners on our side of the family.


  10. In many ways, the world is becoming a better placeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Seattle Times

    Merry Christmas! Yet in this season of hope and holiday cheer, Haiti might not seem the obvious place to celebrate. Almost five years after the catastrophic earthquake here, this country symbolizes poverty and hopelessness to many Americans.


  11. Architecture future: How buildings will begin to make our lives betterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Denver Post

    The new stairwell at the Mariposa public housing development promotes heathy living. The colorful interactive stairwell was developed to encourage people to walk up to their floor instead of taking an elevator.


  12. A Different Kind of Book TourRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Wall Street Journal

    "IT MAY CALL ITSELF a town," Neil Gaiman wrote in his 2001 novel "American Gods," "but unless it's got a bookstore it knows it's not fooling a soul." These days, bookstores-especially the indie sort-tend to be talked about in the pitying tones normally reserved for the passenger pigeon.


  13. That's Italian: Meats, cheeses, bread and wine are part of the best lunch everRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 24 | Post-gazette.com

    Serendipity and a chance encounter on my recent trip to this Mediterranean country led me to the very best lunch I've ever eaten - anywhere. It began back in September as I sat exhausted on a stone garden bench at Villa Della Porta Bozzolo in Casalzuigno in Northern Italy.


  14. Brian Lowney's Fur, Fins and Feathers a " Fall River artist finds his muse in wildlifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 21 | SouthCoastToday.com

    When local artist Scott Kettle started painting exotic animals, he never imagined in his wildest dreams that he'd have so much fun and would learn so many things about nature and the animal kingdom. The longtime Fall River resident, a design engineer by trade, started painting shortly after the September 11 attacks in 2001, and now enjoys a stellar reputation as a talented mural painter and wildlife artist.


  15. Burnham group's flower show set to be heldRead the original story

    Jun 13, 2008 | Burnham-On-Sea News

    Colourful displays of roses and sweet peas will be on display when Burnham-On-Sea Horticultural Society holds its annual show this weekend . Sanders Garden World at Brent Knoll has been chosen for the fourth year running as the venue for the Rose & Sweet Pea Show, which is this year being jointly run by the members of Burnham and Nailsea Horticultural Societies.


  16. The gift of giving in a basket - part 2Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    Last time we were talking about gift baskets and the many occasions for them. Don't underestimate the potential for a gift basket.


  17. Appellate court weighs grisly pit bull death sceneRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | San Diego Reader

    The Court of Appeal, Fourth Appellate District, ruled December 26 that a woman who owned two pit bulls that killed a neighbor should not have been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter by a jury. Carla Ramirez Cornelio's conviction for owning an animal that kills a human being, also a felony, stands.


  18. Topeka increasingly showing a taste for community gardensRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Capital-Journal

    Tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, zucchini, watermelons, pumpkins and squash are among vegetables grown in the "community gardens" that are becoming increasingly popular here, says Jamie Hancock. But the successful harvesting of corn from those gardens is more problematic "because sometimes raccoons will steal it," she said.


  19. Wineries to visitRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Talk about mouth-watering; oysters, salt and pepper squid, Vahlrona chocolate creme brulee ... and that's just the cellar door nibbles. Mudbrick Vineyard is known for its outstanding food, its characterful potager garden courtyard and as a great special events venue.


  20. Once-prized Christmas trees to be ground into pine-scented garden mulchRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Alabama Live

    Just as soon as Dec. 25 has come and gone, people have begun ridding their living rooms of the Christmas tree. They're taking them to landfills, piling them on the side of the street, or -- as of Saturday -- dropping them off at number of places around the city so they can be pulverized into pine-scented garden mulch.