THIS WOMAN WRITES The Simple Life: Variety Isn't Mandatory
The Norwegian Artist is the simplest man on the planet to feed:
As long as the food tastes good, he eats it, and it doesn't matter if it's the same menu of yesterday, the day before, and the day be... Posted on 1/31/14 at 5:12 PM
STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Not Lincoln logs
The producers of Animal Planets Treehouse Masters are looking for locals who are kicking around building a log cabin addition to an existing home, a vacation property or business or maybe just planni... Posted on 12/17/13 at 12:00 AM
THE DIRT Vegetable update
I realized I never gave an update on what I did with the available space in my vegetable garden this weekend.
I looked at quite a few different places in town and was just starting to think I would n... Posted on 8/14/13 at 7:52 AM
PEACE GARDEN MAMA II writing wednesdays: rough-housing robert
The little one in front is my daddy, back when times were a little rougher but also simpler, I think. The other is his brother, or one of them at least -- Leo.
I share more today on Peace Garden Wr... Posted on 8/14/13 at 12:06 AM
STAFF BLOG TWIN PORTS BUSINESS Cleaning changes, products follow
Marathon cleaning is so yesterday.
You know, the thorough, top-to-bottom cleaning many of us used to do, with the emphasis on "used to."
For life is faster now, complicated with multi-tasking. And o... Posted on 7/24/13 at 1:50 PM
The city of Duluth is in need of bagged leaves to keep the roses at the Rose Garden from suffering the ravages of a harsh winter. Duluth’s Parks and Recreation Division is asking residents who have raked their yards, and need somewhere to deposit their leaves, to bring the fallen foliage to the Rose Garden parking lot.
Mike Panula didn’t think the partial government shutdown, if it happened, would directly affect him. On Tuesday, the Lakewood Township resident learned that it did: Both he and his wife, Jami, were out of their jobs at the Duluth-based 148th Fighter Wing for the indefinite future.
“Lost Boys Acre” is an experimental urban farm operated by four women in a quiet residential neighborhood in New Brighton, Minn. Some neighbors say they like to see the effort, but others say the noise and smells are hard to live by.
Three years after state and federal officials first released thousands of tiny stingless wasps on an island in the Mississippi River to combat the destructive emerald ash borer, researchers are using a new technique to measure the effectiveness of the wasps.
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