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Enhancing your home’s energy-efficient features is a savvy way to make the space more livable while also making a smaller impact on the environment and your bank account. The U.S. Department of … more
Though often taken for granted, smell is a powerful sense, especially when a gentle scent can instantly transport your mind to another time and place. From retrieving pleasant memories to boosting … more
As the weather gets warmer, mosquitoes can prevent homeowners from reaping the benefits of living life outside. According to a recent Harris Poll, 85 percent of Americans say that mosquitoes … more
NOW ON DVD and BLU-RAY “Everybody Loves Somebody” (PG-13) — Clara Barron (Karla Souza) almost has it all with a fulfilling career as a doctor living the fab life in L.A. What she doesn’t … more
Q: I started going to school in Pittsburgh in 1953, and one of my prized possessions was a Hopalong Cassidy lunchbox with thermos. Hoppy was my hero and I still have the lunchbox. I have been offered … more
Celebrating our nation’s independence with parades, speeches and a barbecue dinner is a long-standing tradition. Citizens in every part of the country would come to town for the celebration. They … more
When out-of-town guests show up, the pressure to entertain is really on. My brother-in-law and his lovely wife were sitting at our kitchen table ready to explore this Land of Enchantment. This was … more
On July 2, 1964, President Lyndon Johnson signs into law the historic Civil Rights Act, which prohibited racial discrimination in employment and education and outlawed racial segregation in public places such as schools, buses, parks and swimming pools. It would help pave the way for the Voting Rights Act of 1965. more
On June 26, 1956, the U.S. Congress approves the Federal Highway Act, which allocates more than $30 billion for the construction of some 41,000 miles of interstate highways, the largest public construction project in U.S. history to that date. more
On June 19, 1970, Carole King earned her first No. 1 single as a performer with the double-sided hit "It's Too Late/I Feel the Earth Move." King began her music career when she co-wrote the Shirelles' hit "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" in 1960. more
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