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  • 5 tips for eco-friendly gardening

    5 tips for eco-friendly gardening
    As the season approaches for cleaning up flowerbeds and planting vegetable gardens, you may love the idea of all the blooms or produce you’ll create but dread the annual fight for control over weeds. There’s no need to go wild on chemicals...
  • Alessandro Michele makes Gucci debut at Milan Fashion Week

    Alessandro Michele strove for discontinuity in his Gucci debut, relaunching the brand with romantic flourishes against a hardened, urban background. Michele was an unknown to much of the fashion world when he was named as sole creative director to one of...
  • Sailing wanes as baby boomers, millennials find other ways to play

    Sailing wanes as baby boomers, millennials find other ways to play
    The pursuit of sailing is fighting head winds. Beyond the blow from the Great Recession, sailing faces pressure from aging baby boomers turning toward powerboats and millennials enjoying broader leisure options, industry leaders say. The number of U....
  • Close-knit Jamestown High swimmers enjoy camaraderie, win boys and girls 4A South regional titles

     Close-knit Jamestown High swimmers enjoy camaraderie, win boys and girls 4A South regional titles
    Though only a sophomore, Joelle Vereb already has received a letter of interest from national swimming power UCLA. Like most in her sport, that interest came via her performances on the elite club level. But for Vereb, and many others her age, high...
  • Ed Sabol, NFL Films founder, dies at 98

    Ed Sabol, the passionate Philadelphian whose obsession with home movies developed into a business that helped transform professional football into America's preeminent sport, died Monday at his home in Scottsdale, Ariz. He was 98. The man everyone called...
  • Mike Minarsky: Former DJ launches Wolverine radio station

    Mike Minarsky has spent a lifetime in radio, starting from his teenage years. After decades spent learning the ropes, hiring himself out as a "portable DJ" and working for "corporate America," he's now pursuing his passion out of his own living room,...
  • ‘Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1′ deleted scenes: Watch Peeta, Effie, Katniss

     
    Two newly-released deleted scenes from “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1″ offer glimpses of Katniss Everdeen preparing to become […]...
  • Landmark SC library packs up treasures during renovation

    One of the nation's oldest university libraries is moving its millions of documents, mementoes and art works to other sites so South Carolina's treasures may be protected from fire and the ravages of time. Library Director Henry Fulmer says the...
  • Home and garden briefs for Feb. 19: Attend a free interior design workshop, learn about urban gardening

    How interior designers work is the topic of a free program Tuesday, Feb. 24 at the Middlesex County Public Library. "Talk to an Interior Designer" runs from 1 p.m.-2:30 p.m. featuring Pam Deihl, a professional interior designer, according to a release...
  • UConn Not Ready To Embrace Endowments For Coaches

    UConn Not Ready To Embrace Endowments For Coaches
    HARTFORD – Athletic fundraising takes on many forms and serves many purposes as UConn proved again this year when it announced the Werth family name would be attached to the basketball practice facility on campus. Earlier this week, Notre Dame...
  • Deter deer damage with determination and best practice plants

     Deter deer damage with determination and best practice plants
    Oh, dear, the deer are doing it again – eating everything in sight in your lovely yard. Late winter can be your worst deer-related nightmare because it's when their natural food supply of acorns, grasses and tender foliage is pretty much gone....