‘BIG BROTHER 2′: IF THE HOUSE IS A-ROCKIN’ …

The first season of “Big Brother” gave CBS better-than-usual summer ratings among young viewers, but for some reason, in terms of overall popularity, the U.S. reality TV show couldn’t hold a candle to its counterparts across Europe. That prompted CBS and Netherlands-based Endemol Entertainment to break with the European formula and give veteran producer redone … Read more‘BIG BROTHER 2′: IF THE HOUSE IS A-ROCKIN’ …

FauxPanels.com Debuts Fieldstone Style of Faux Stone Panels

Deer Park, NY (PRWEB) July 30, 2010 In response to customer recommendation, FauxPanels.com has added a fieldstone style to its collection of artificial stone panels. The new fieldstone (also called flagstone) panels consist of flat stones in varying sizes and shapes, arranged artistically to bring an effortless originality to your design. “Customers have been requesting … Read moreFauxPanels.com Debuts Fieldstone Style of Faux Stone Panels

Short stories: The dinner

Guido’s Dinner

The hewn stone English tudor home set half a mile from the road in the midst of blue grass and willows.  On the east side of the house, on the expanse of dewy lawn, a long white table, draped in a purple cotton cloth, held food, from the patio a young latino man played classic guitar.

Juliette sat at the head of the table.  For it was her table and she was the host of Guido’s dinner.  There were several other guests and they hummed in quiet conversations, as a warm breeze tossed gently through their gathering.  Pitchers of ice water and wine filled the table, with racks of lamb, rice, yams and fresh peas.  A pecan salad with strawberry vinegrette had been previously delivered by a small woman who sang under her breath and smelled of fresh linen and pie.

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Best Kept Secrets of Cape Cod, MA: Our Family Shares a Few

The sound of crashing waves, the smell of salty air, and the plaintive call of a gull all conjure up special memories for me that can be simply summed up: The Cape.  Every summer growing up, we’d eagerly look forward to our two week Cape Cod beach vacation.  The nature of those Cape vacations has … Read moreBest Kept Secrets of Cape Cod, MA: Our Family Shares a Few

Starting an Urban Garden: The Basics

So you want to get started with an urban garden but you don’t know where to begin?  Purchasing seeds, setting up a worm composter, and buying self-watering planters may all well be in your future, but don’t let your lack of experience intimidate you – there are a few basics that you need to know … Read moreStarting an Urban Garden: The Basics

Pizza Ovens and Fireplaces for Your Home

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Small Space Herb Gardening (photo essay)

  A couple of years ago we decided to convert our little fish pond/fountain into a small herb garden. The fish pond turned out to be more work than it was worth, having to be drained and refilled just about every week (no filtration system). We were also having to replace the fish periodically because … Read moreSmall Space Herb Gardening (photo essay)