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I have a raised bed for tomatoes. I left it bare all winter except for a layer of steer manure before the rains started. When I dug the first shovel of soil this spring, I discovered a gray worm, … more
Photo: New Eagle Scouts from the Narragansett Council with National Outstanding Eagle Scout Award recipients Howard Bromberg (middle left) and Peter Alviti (middle right) and Council Executive and … more
by Kevin Kearns, contributing writer on fitness and exercise NOTE: SEE SPECIAL OFFER, bottom of the page! This should be pretty apparent for most people. We all like to go on holiday a couple times a … more
By Erin Shackelford  Pets bring us so much joy, companionship, and unconditional love. According to Forbes, over the past 35 years, the percentage of pet owners in the U.S. has increased. As of … more
By Adele Stuckey and Matthew Brooks Post pandemic, adults talk about figuring out the “new normal.” As teenagers, you have an even harder job. You have to navigate the new normal with your own … more
By Joseph Collum Paper checks are still an important method of making payments. Checks provide customers with an easy and convenient tool to make payments when they prefer not to use digital … more
Denver doesn't need national attention to validate our culinary scene, but it also never hurts. more
If you're planning to visit one of Marin's numerous garden centers, here are some things to know more
Sunday Service: with guest preacher Rabbi Paul Steinberg, of Congregation Kol Shofar in Tiburon, on “The Myth About Happiness” is at 10 a.m. at Westminster Presbyterian Church at 240 Tiburon … more
This artichoke revolution that has uprooted thousands of acres of traditional artichokes across Castroville -- the "Artichoke Center of the World" --  and replaced them with new hybrids is pitting … more
The state Assembly is contributing $130 million to the $650 million modernization of the Hunts Point Produce Market, which will make the facility more environmentally friendly and bring it into … more
A pair of podcasters have reawakened a wedding myth that suggests guests who wear the color red are sending a message that they’ve had sex with the groom.  Georgie Mitchell, a wedding planner who … more
Today, June 2, is the 85th anniversary of National Donut Day, an observance with deep history in American charity.  “National Donut Day has been celebrated for 85 years thanks to the country’s … more
“Stop scrolling. I need your help.” With these six words, Alicia “Kozak” Kozakiewicz is doing everything she can to help those who are missing be found. Kozak, a motivational speaker and … more
Past occupants of Lopez and Affleck's newly purchased $61 million compound include a convicted Ponzi schemer and a Saudi prince who was arrested on the premises for alleged sexual assault. more
Here's a full roundup of Bay Area Juneteenth festivals, celebrations and local happenings more
Plus, more ideas emerge around San Francisco's planned Caltrain extension more
Celebrities born on this day, today's birthday horoscope and numbers and the daily horoscope for each zodiac sign. more
Celebrities born on this day, today's birthday horoscope and numbers and the daily horoscope for each zodiac sign. more
She's 11, and he says it's fine with him, but it doesn't feel right. more
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