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I know that fall and harvest time are finally here when the colors in the produce section are dominated by warm yellows, dark vibrant greens and rich orange pumpkin colors. Pumpkins are the … more
About 13,500 years ago, as the last Ice Age was coming to an end, bands of hunters were trying their luck in New Mexico’s eastern plains at a place now known as Blackwater Draw. Lakes had formed … more
On Oct. 5, 1974, American David Kunst completes the first round-the-world journey on foot, taking four years and 21 pairs of shoes to complete the 14,500-mile journey across four continents. He left Minnesota in 1970 accompanied by a pack mule named Willie Makeit. more
You're an animal lover, and you've dreamed about your dog running through a field alongside a horse or watching your pup play with a pet goat. But how will your companions respond when they meet … more
Your backyard garden was a huge success this year — you grew a ton of fresh food, which not only saved you money at the grocery store but also ensured your family ate nutritious, great-tasting … more
Fall can be the perfect time for homeowners to complete projects that busy summer schedules didn't allow. It's also a great time to look at ways to add lasting value to your property. This season, … more
On Sept. 26, 1960, for the first time, a debate between presidential candidates is shown on television. John F. Kennedy, senator from Massachusetts, and Richard M. Nixon, vice president of the United States, met in a Chicago studio. Kennedy looked tanned and healthy, while Nixon looked ghostly after his makeup ran. more
The brain never rests. If you've shared a room with a sleep-talker or woken from an intense dream, it's pretty clear the brain is always active, even during sleep. If we better understand what is … more
Deck-building trends come and go, including new styles and building materials like composites. However, wood remains the material of choice for the majority of deck projects, according to Popular … more
On Sept. 21, 1939, President Franklin Roosevelt appears before Congress and asks that the Neutrality Acts be amended. Roosevelt hoped to lift an embargo against sending military aid to countries in Europe facing Nazi aggression. more
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