HOME IMPROVEMENT WITH ANDY LINDUS 3 components to a perfect looking deck! Inspect, Clean & Stain!
With year round exposure to sun, rain and lets not forget that four letter word that plagued us for the last seven months.snow, in our neck of the woods it takes a toll on your wood deck. Anyone who... Posted on 5/17/13 at 9:48 AM
FAIRLY CRAFTY My Entryway/Gallery Wall
The best way to plan out a gallery wall (or any set of photos and artwork) is to "fake" your layout with paper. After collecting all of my items and putting my photos in their frames, I traced their s... Posted on 1/5/12 at 9:45 AM
IN THE BLACK DIY Wood Studio
If you want to learn about woodworking or have experience but do not have the tools or space to do it, there is a new business for you. The DIY Wood Studio has recently opened at 3231 4th Ave S, Stud... Posted on 12/30/11 at 8:17 AM
THE NEW FORTY Don't mess with North Dakota!
There are some things that I just love about North Dakota. North Dakotans tend to have a no nonsense approach to life. There isn't a lot of hemming and hawing or pissing and moaning - if something nee... Posted on 5/19/11 at 11:10 PM
A wag of my acquaintance once said that word processors are ruining the art of biography. He explained that it’s so easy to type on them (no carriage return, no worries of hyphenation, etc.), that “if Moses had one, there’d be 17 commandments rather than 10.”
As I’ve mentioned before, I love to read books that embrace a specific locale. In fact I got started reading when I was in high school and someone told me about Sinclair Lewis, a writer who grew up in a small town, like me. I gobbled up “Main Street” because it smelled like home.
After graduating from Harvard, Sara Houghteling studied for her master’s degree in fine arts at the University of Michigan, where she received a Fulbright Scholarship to Paris and one of Michigan’s highest honors, the Avery Hopwood Award for novels.
With long-established newspapers folding (Capitol Times in Madison) or going into chapter 13 (Star Tribune in Minneapolis), there’s lots of talk about how to save the institution that has been so important to the fostering of democracy in these United States.
A wood-burning stove triggered a false alarm Tuesday evening last week after a passerby noticed smoke coming from behind Melgard Monument, 266 Radio Road, just before 6 p.m. The driver became concerned and called 911, reporting the smoke as a possible structure fire.
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