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Ivy Parnasius

Outfit: Dec. 2-8

Staying warm and looking fashionable just got easier with all the adorable winter hat alternatives that are now available. Whether it is old school earmuffs or a ‘40s-inspired knit ...


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Sherida Warner

Online quilters help Japan’s disaster victims

Social media pulls the inhabitants of this planet ever closer. Look no farther than the fall of dictator-led regimes in Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya. The people rallied through Facebook to ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Nov. 26, 2011

We have a Prairie Fire Crabapple tree that has severe splitting in almost all of the major branches. There is some evidence of old bark splits that have healed over that we did not notice until ...


Gary McCallister

One, two, three ... counting bird plumage is just horsefeathers!

Do you know how many feathers a turkey (Meleagris gallopavo) has? I don’t either. Apparently no one does. Can you believe that? You’d think we would. Ben Franklin thought it should ...


Tess Furey

Tess on the Town: Nov. 25

We were driving home from a round at Chipeta Golf Course this week when we passed a golden banner announcing “Grand Opening.” “Swing back around,” I said, “I want ...


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Ivy Parnasius

Outfit-Cozy: Nov. 25

Snuggle up this winter in the warmest trend: comfort wear. From chunky cable sweaters to oversized sweatshirts, knitwear has taken it up a notch from frumpy to fabulous. This casual look can ...


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Dave Buchanan

Entertain guests with winery visit

It’s that time of year when days are short and the time to do everything that needs done before the holidays is shorter. Many in the wine business know this period as O-N-D, the three ...


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Sherida Warner

Diodes, conductive thread illuminate textiles

She’s young, she’s hip and she has a thing for zombies. Cheryl Sleboda of Plainfield, Ill., inserts light-emitting diodes (LEDs) into her whimsical fabric creations, sews them with ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Nov. 19, 2011

We have a large 45-year-old Japanese Pagoda tree in our front lawn. For several years, the tree has dripped sap from a location where a large branch was cut away. The sap has burned a hole 2 ...


Gary McCallister

SIMPLY SCIENCE: Even gobblers get the blues

There are a lot of depressed turkeys these days. It’s not hard to tell a depressed turkey from one that’s in good spirits. Depressed birds stand with their heads tilted downward or ...


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