Keep all your tools easy to find and displayed with style using our guide to organizing your storage shed.
How to Grill the Juiciest Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breasts
Chicken breasts are arguably one of the most difficult of the standard meats to grill—so often, they come out dry, chewy, and cardboard-y. But chicken breasts can actually be fantastic on the grill; it just takes a little know-how.
Iceland Knows How To Stop Teen Substance Abuse. The World Isn't Listening
In Iceland, teenage smoking, drinking and drug use have been radically cut. Why aren't other countries following its lead?
Tornado Safety Tips for Apartments
Tornado safety tips can help you stay safe when living in an apartment. Have a storm plan like this one to help avoid injury or death in case of a tornado.
What’s Up In The Real Estate Market…
Staff report Boca Raton isn’t just attracting your grandma’s friends anymore. That was the message given by a panel of real estate experts during “The State of the South Florida Real Estate Market” event held at The Addison last month. Experts said buyers are younger, aren’t necessarily looking to live directly on the beach and …
A Common Bond: How The Community and Existing Regulations Can Solve America's Affordable Housing...
Monday 28 December 2015 at 1:20 PM ET JURIST Guest Columnist Azariah Jelks of Valparaiso University Law School of Class 2016 discusses the importance of coming together as a community in order to solve the problem of affordable housing in the US With the price of housing steadily rising, income levels largely remaining stagnant and an increase in the elderly, the need for affordable housing is more important than ever. Over 11 million people spend half their income in rent and that number is projected to rise to 13 million by 2025. Although state programs, federal law, tax credits and regulations have been created to create more affordable housing, gentrification is one of the major threats…
Clifford Asbel (MarinaMan), 69
January 21, 2019 - 13:30 Clifford Asbel (MarinaMan), 69, passed away suddenly in St. Barts in the West Indies on Jan. 4, 2019 Cliff is survived by his mother Gloria Asbel. He is also survived by his daughter Nerine Asbel and son Malachi Asbel who live in Hawaii. Cliff’s love for sailing and boating began while attending the University of Michigan. His first adventure was aboard a 27-foot sailboat that he sailed down the Mississippi to the Bahamas. He spent over 5 years in the Caribbean aboard his second boat, a 36-foot Hinckley named “Mantra,” providing day charters in St. Barts to a most selective clientele. He sailed the length of the Caribbean Island chain and crossed the Atlantic twice. Like most serious mariners, Cliff dreamed of exploring the vast Pacific Ocean and…
The Eco-Friendly Spring-Cleaning Apartment Guide
How to do an eco-friendly spring-cleaning of your apartment in under 2 hours.
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23 Surprising Laundry Tips You Didn't Know You Needed
So you won't have to go buy more socks the next time you run out of clean ones.