At one time or another, most of us have probably seen a comedy where something or someone runs through a line of freshly washed clothes dragging it along the way. Now, you can enjoy that scene every day in your own home.
The trees have long since shed their leaves and new buds have begun their irrepressible march to the surface. The gardening tools are already on display along with Valentine’s Day gift ideas and despite an atmosphere of economic uncertainty, homeowners are once again beginning to take a look around and thinking hard about home-improvement projects and decorating ideas that had long been put on hold.
In the world of cabinetmakers and other craftsmen, sometimes fake or “faux” is better than real.
Professional organizing giveaway offered
As many consumers rang in 2010, resolutions were made to start the year off on the right foot — whether to live better or keep on top of household chores. Whirlpool encourages consumers to make a resolution to change the water filter in their refrigerators every six months to ensure clean drinking water.
Tropicana Las Vegas names another new vice president
Once again, the Review-Journal has shown its inability to see beyond the end of its nose. Monday’s editorial rant against Paul Ehrlich and his “failed” doomsday predictions shows just how shallow the thinking ability of the Review-Journal’s editors is.
President Barack Obama offered some common sense in his State of the Union address Wednesday night.
Never underestimate the power of public employee unions.
It seems to me that President Obama may soon be responsible for a new English word.