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  • Universal antifreeze, busted fuses and WD-40: Motormouth busts myths

    Universal antifreeze, busted fuses and WD-40: Motormouth busts myths
    Q: I'm a 77-year-old woman who reads your column every Sunday even though I don't understand it most of the time. I have a 2006 Cadillac DTS. For about the first half-mile after starting the car, it sounds like someone knocking from the trunk. I told my...
  • Home-focused holiday suggestions

    For holiday inspiration, your house can be a both a source of gift ideas and a festive seasonal beacon. If you or someone you know lacks essential home maintenance and repair supplies, this is a great time to ask for, or give, a toolbox stocked with...
  • Get Winter-Ready for the Road

     
    Just like every character in "Game of Thrones," we know that winter is coming. According to the 2015 Farmer's Almanac, this winter promises to be packed with freezing temperatures and above-average snowfall, which can only mean lots of fun on......
  • Living Smart: Warming up to home-inspired holiday ideas

    There's no place like home for holiday inspiration. Your house can be a both a source of gift ideas and a festive seasonal beacon. Here are some home-focused holiday suggestions: Tools of the do-it-yourself trade If you or someone you know lacks...
  • Review: 'Killer Joe' from Theatre Downtown

     Review: 'Killer Joe' from Theatre Downtown
    More than a decade before winning a Pulitzer for "August: Osage County," Tracy Letts wrote "Killer Joe," a violent look at an impoverished Texan family. It's easy in Theatre Downtown's production of "Killer Joe" to see seeds that would blossom in his...
  • Passengers caught with swords, hammers, baseball bats by TSA

    Passengers caught with swords, hammers, baseball bats by TSA
    Deep in the bowels of Orlando International Airport is a small storage room crammed with plastic bins filled with power tools, hammers, samurai swords, meat cleavers and machetes. The seized items, which also include pocketknives, handguns and...
  • Best diagnostic automotive tool? The brain

    Best diagnostic automotive tool? The brain
    Q: Everything was fine with my 2010 Chevrolet Equinox until March 2014. It quit running and the warning light indicated to change oil. I took it to three dealers and they could find nothing wrong via the computer diagnostic system. I took it to an...
  • Box office: 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' thrives in $100M debut

    “Transformers: Age of Extinction” is in no need of WD-40 for its box-office joints. Paramount’s 3-D tent pole, the fourth in the Michael Bay-directed franchise, simultaneously topped the domestic box office over the weekend and took top...
  • Last-minute checklist for college students

    Ask a college freshman to name the most indispensible items they're bringing to school, and many would tick off the usual -- a laptop, printer, cell phone, and music player. Here are three more that I guarantee aren't on the minds of most new students or...
  • The mother of all Father's Day Gifts

    Dads, our numbers are in, and I have to say, they're not looking good. For 2014, the National Retail Federation finds that the average spending on Father's Day gifts will be $113.80, a drop of more than $6 from last year. Even more disturbing is the fact...
  • No more wasting glue

    Five years ago, we shared a tip about how to prolong the life of a steel wool scrubbing pad by storing it in the freezer between uses. Evelyn Dreisbach of Schnecksville showed us how the freezer prevents the steel wool from oxidizing. The alternative,...