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  • Note to self: A scattered parent keeps track of her life, thanks to the phone company

    Note to self: A scattered parent keeps track of her life, thanks to the phone company
    "Mom, how come you weren't on the field trip today?" my son asked, one part brave, one part plaintive. "You were supposed to chaperone." Why, indeed? I'd long ago ditched the whole 9-to-5 slog to be able to take advantage of just such occasions. I'd...
  • Accordion storm shutters easy to use: If you follow these tips

    Accordion storm shutters easy to use: If you follow these tips
    You invested in accordion shutters to fortify your home against a hurricane or major storm – the kind you just pull the two sides together, snap in place and lock. But that may not be so easy if you don’t properly maintain those shutters, or...
  • October 19: Midday Fix - Money Saving Tips

    Kimberly Danger www.mommysavers.com Tips: Find coupon codes that work Kim suggests visiting www.retailmenot.com Use multi-purpose baby products Baby oil can be used as a substitute for WD-40 and GooGone. Baby lotion, less expensive than adult...
  • Problem Solver Day: How to get crayon out of clothes

    Problem Solver Day: How to get crayon out of clothes
    Every kid loves coloring. Coloring requires crayons. Every parent dreads the inevitable: crayons on clothes. A quick internet search yields a variety of options to get crayon out of clothes. They all include WD-40, dish soap...and a hope and a prayer....
  • Deputies: Woman stole brake fluid, beef jerky, WD-40, bug spray and gumout from convenience store

     
    A store employe noticed a woman, later identified as Melissa Ann Ortagus, steal some items from a shelf before exiting a Kangaroo store in St. Augustine, according to an arrest affidavit from the St. Johns Sheriff's Office. When the clerk reviewed...
  • May 1 - Steve Raichlen

    To purchase a copy of the book: The Barbecue! Bible Entry forms and contest rules are available at: www.barbecuebible.com GET READY FOR GRILL SEASON 2009 - STEVEN RAICHLEN'S TOP TIPS Tune up your grill Charcoal grill owners will want to scrape out any...
  • Save your wallet from college costs

    If you're the parent of a first-time college student, this is the heart of buying season. As in bedding, bunking kits, laptops, cell phones, surround-sound speakers, micro-fridges and your daughter's own, personal, don't-leave-home-without-it shower...
  • 'The Haunting in Connecticut'

    'The Haunting in Connecticut'
    There's not much wrong with the house in "The Haunting in Connecticut" that a little WD-40 couldn't cure. Everything creaks, including the dialogue. You'd swear the place was haunted by the ghost of a sound designer whose predilection for metallic...
  • Luxury without the price tag: Toyota Avalon offers smooth, calm ride

    Luxury without the price tag: Toyota Avalon offers smooth, calm ride
    Done right, there's something about a large sedan that's highly appealing. Good ride comfort, power to spare and plenty of room are attributes that defined the full-size American sedan for decades. That's the type of car Toyota now makes in the form of...
  • Oily waters, soiled beaches weigh on gulf town

    Oily waters, soiled beaches weigh on gulf town
    Two weeks after crews wrestled temporary control of the geyser of oil spewing into the Gulf of Mexico, BP as early as Monday could begin the first step in a weeks-long process to permanently jam the blown-out well. But here in this fisherman's paradise,...
  • George W. Bush: Flashlights, batteries

     
    by Mark Silva WD-40. Flashlights, batteries and some night-lights. That's what former President George W. Bush picked up in a recent stop at Elliot's Hardware in Dallas, the store in the retired president's newfound hometown that had made the former......