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After more than 100 years, toy train store closing, going exclusively online
It's tough for businesses to survive in an on-line retail world, especially local mom and pop shops. But when you've been around for more than 100 years, you've survived some ups and downs.
Why You Should Refrigerate Tomatoes and Ignore Anyone Who Says Otherwise
People, even experts, swear that you should never put a tomato in the fridge. They are wrong. Here's the follow-up to our tomato-storage tests from earlier in the summer, with some basic tips for how you really should store your tomatoes.
10 Hairstyles That Make You Look Older
Ten examples on celebrity hairstyles that add years to your look--and how to find a style that flatters you.
The GQ Guide to Men's Shoes
“Take the right steps with our essential guide: how to pick the pairs you need, and keep them looking shiny and new.”
How to Responsibly Get Rid of Old Clothes
I love a good closet purge. Now that I shop responsibly (and way less frequently), I don't have to clean out my closet very often. However, there inevitably comes a time when something is too worn or doesn't fit me anymore. While getting rid of unwanted clothing is personally helpful
Palm Tree or Fir Tree? What
One of the hardest lessons I’ve learned as a leader is embodied in the Big 6 principle, “Trust and Empower.” It wasn’t that I didn’t want to empower others; yet, I always seemed to drift back into being more controlling. And, throughout my career, I had to continuously step back and try to see myself […]
What Is Killing Our Utah Fir Trees?
Today’s topic has to do with something that is going on in our high elevation mountains. This is a concern because some of our native trees, in particular,
Golden Korean Fir Information: Tips On Growing A Golden Korean Fir Tree
Golden Korean fir trees are compact evergreens known for their remarkable and attractive chartreuse foliage. The cultivar’s irregular spreading form is eye-catc
Ding Ding, Hiking Tips Please: Phoenix Hotel Concierges Educate Guests On Hiking Safety
The number of hiking-related rescues in Phoenix has climbed over the last few years, and there have already been 136 rescues this year. The data doesn’t show exactly how many of those hikers are from out of town, but it’s enough to concern rangers with the city’s Parks and Recreation Department. So they rolled out a new program this week to try to catch visitors to the Valley before they hit the trail, and educate them about hiking safety. The people they picked…
How to Fix Your Car's Dents and Dings
Our auto experts walk you through the process of using body filler to hide those ugly dents.
How to Repair Damaged Boat Props (Nicks and Dings)
A little prop damage can equal big performance reductions. This short video shows you how to quickly restore your prop to like new condition.
Hilarious video: 'Ding dong ditching' moose wakes family in middle of night
Top Snow Plowing Tips
Winter is coming. You may have a snow plow ready, but there's more to snow removal than that. Check out the top snow plowing tips from RealTruck.com.
How to clean your trash panda
The Tree Guide at arborday.org
arborday.org offers detailed information on dozens of commonly planted landscape trees that grow throughout the United States. Here you will find information on height and spread, soil and sun requirements, leaves and fruit, history, wildlife habitat, and more.
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How to transplant a tree
A gardening expert offers tips for digging up a tree, moving it to its new home and re-planting it — all without killing it.
What Trees to Plant in Cities
Species diversity in the urban forest is an extremely important topic and – unlike so many other design choices that are hindered by lengthy planning processes, tightening budgets, and maintenance considerations – it’s something we can actually have an impact on in the short term as part of the ongoing cycle of tree replacement I’ve written before about how our impulses to plant “clean and simple” monocultures leads to “dead and gone” swaths of the urban forest, and the high cost that we…