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  • Eat, drink and stink in Easton

    Eat, drink and stink in Easton
    To Caroline Vincent of East Stroudsburg, garlic is good in everything. In chocolate chip cookies? Yes, of course. Roasted, then covered in milk or dark chocolate? Surprising, but yes, that too. "We have people come back for it every year," Vincent, of...
  • Tips: Decorate Your Home this Season for Under $100

    When it comes to filling your home with fall flair and warm festive cheer, you don't have to rely on generic décor purchased from the store, which can be pricey and forgettable. This holiday season make your home unique with a little DIY. "You'll be...
  • Does your backyard need extreme makeover?

    Does your backyard need extreme makeover?
    Do you have a jungle or eyesore backyard that needs an extreme makeover? The Central Florida casting call for for a backyard makeover show with landscape designer Jamie Durie goes through November. You can apply at BackyardMakeoverCasting@gmail.com....
  • HGTV, Food Network Help Scripps Networks Eke Out Slight Profit Gain

    Scripps Networks Interactive said increases in advertising revenue and affiliate fees helped drive a 1.8% increase in net income largely attributable to performance at its Food Network and HGTV. The Knoxville, Tenn., company said advertising revenue rose...
  • U.S. Virgin Islands Lure Multiple Film Shoots

    Although it has no conventional tax incentives or rebates, production in the U.S. Virgin Islands is coming on strong after the economic downturn. "Since 2009 we have done over $20 million in business," says Steve Bornn, development manager, Film USVI....
  • Rebuilding Together celebrates Arundel's own Bob the builder

    Rebuilding Together celebrates Arundel's own Bob the builder
    Bob Sharpe has volunteered with Rebuilding Together Anne Arundel County since day one. It was April 27, 1991, when he and a group of 30 volunteers spent 14 hours renovating the home of an elderly disabled man in Arnold, the first project for the local...
  • An unofficial guide to Baltimore apartment hunting

    An unofficial guide to Baltimore apartment hunting
    If we take a cue from movies and TV, being a young professional comes with a large, trendy city apartment complete with exposed brick and furnishings that look straight from a Pier 1 catalog — all of which is within our struggling 20-something...
  • Real Estate Network Eyes TV, Digital Launch in 2016. But Will It Sell? (Exclusive)

    Is there room on the cable TV dial for another network? The backers of The Real Estate Network, a startup aiming to launch in 50 million U.S. homes on linear television and across Internet platforms in early 2016, think they have a huge opportunity to tap...
  • Ross Mathews Lists Palm Springs Hideaway

    SELLER: Ross Mathews LOCATION: Palm Springs, CA PRICE: $509,999 SIZE: 1,233 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms YOUR MAMA'S NOTES: A desert birdie with whom we're acquainted kindly let Your Mama know by way of covert communiqué that sassy-pants...
  • 'Fixer Upper' stars: Put purpose in home

    'Fixer Upper' stars: Put purpose in home
    Chip and Joanna Gaines of HGTV’s “Fixer Upper” will bring a message to this weekend’s Orlando Home Show: Throw out the rules in designing your home. “We get stuck in ‘What will people think when they walk in?’...
  • Dish Plans to Charge Internet TV Subs Extra for Live Local TV Channels: Sources

    Dish Network, which is assembling one of the first Internet-delivered pay-TV services in the U.S., is planning to offer local broadcast TV networks to subscribers of the over-the-top service as a separate, premium-priced tier, according to industry...