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  • Thursday March 16th, 2017
    Foundation plantings – usually evergreen shrubs – have always had a reputation for being boring. To make matters worse, many of the South’s go-to choices are now also suffering from a host of disease and insect problems. Luckily, there are several new introductions that make fantastic, low-maintenance substitutions with similar growth habits. Some even offer a fresh twist with colorful foliage or flowers that can add ...
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  • Tuesday March 14th, 2017
    Come on craftsmen here is one more inspirational post for you. We present you a bunch of creative DIY projects for your home that you need to make this spring. Spring is the time when we usually need something to freshen up our home and our interior design. So this is the right idea. The following DIY ideas are simple, easy-to-make and cheap, but in the same ...
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  • Tuesday March 14th, 2017
    The Rappahannock River Waterfowl Show is an unique art festival showcasing wildfowl art. Original paintings, prints, carvings of life-size and miniature birds of all kinds, decoys for display or hunting, antique decoys, exquisite bronze sculptures, photography, taxidermy, and handcrafted jewelry are all available to purchase or enjoy viewing. Exhibitors come from Vermont to Florida and most exhibitors return each year. New exhibitors are selected who ...
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  • Tuesday March 14th, 2017
    Most of the time, when the phrase “Believe me” is used, it’s shorthand for “I don’t really have any evidence to back this up, but I want it to happen anyway, so I’m gonna pretend to be an authority.” But there are those rare occasions when the thing you’re trying to describe is so unbelievable that it requires at least a bit of faith if ...
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  • Thursday March 09th, 2017
    Making great Irish music since 1995 Hailing from Counties Waterford, Cork, Dublin and Donegal in Ireland, Danú is one of the leading traditional Irish ensembles of today. The band formed in 1995 as part of Irelands delegation to Lorient Inter-Celtic Festival in Brittany, France (an annual event that is the biggest gathering of celtic nations in the world). The debut album simply entitled ‘Danú’ was released by the band in 1997 ...
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  • Tuesday March 07th, 2017
    History of Daylight Saving Time — DST Daylight Saving Time (DST) is used to save energy and make better use of daylight. It was first used in 1908 in Thunder Bay, Canada. DST normally adds 1 hour to standard time with the purpose of making better use of daylight and conserving energy. This means that the sunrise and sunset are one hour later, on the clock, ...
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  • Tuesday March 07th, 2017
    The full history of the reverse sear is a little hazy (though AmazingRibs.com has a pretty good timeline). It’s one of those techniques that seem to have been developed independently by multiple people right around the same time. With all the interest in food science and precision cooking techniques like sous vide that cropped up in the early 2000s, I imagine the time was simply ...
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