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Tue, Mar 03, 2015 3:53 PM
Don't let a squeaky or moldy floorboard ruin the look of your home.
Unsatisfied with his apartment-bound existence, a young Santa Barbaran takes up full-time residence in a 1985 VW Westfalia camper van.
Will bookable-by-the-hour private garden spaces encourage more cooped up urbanites to step outside?
In Vermont, 170 volunteers are donating their urine to a pilot program that replaces synthetic fertilizers with human waste.
Obviously you could take your spare change to the bank and deposit it, but why do that when you could make some unique jewelry or home decorations?
Outdoor summer fun (or work) can lead to the most frustratingly stubborn clothing stains.
Just don't go overboard with the apex predator-themed decor or you're going to need a bigger house ...
This teeny-tiny wooden cabin from Spain can be built in several hours (provided you can wrangle several friends to help you).
Generating both excitement and predictable grumbling from locals, the District's first shipping container housing project is quickly taking shape near Catholic University.
Putting your flowers indoors can give your rooms a burst of color and fragrance, but it's important to take care of them as much indoors as you did outdoors. Here's how.
Recluses, misanthropes and those who'd rather not make small talk with the woman across the hall need not apply ...
The key to sparkling, streak-free panes lies in selecting the proper drying cloth.
Creating a bumblebee-friendly garden will help the struggling pollinators and be a boon for your blooms as well.
A discerning skeeter couldn't ask for a better breeding habitat than an abandoned swimming pool. And unfortunately for post-recession Florida, there's a whole lot of them.
A banner day for irony turns out to be a not-so-great day for trees dedicated to greenthumbed British rock stars.
Since nothing quite says 'U.S.A.' like summertime grilling and imbibing, consider these 8 party-ready must-haves from the Martha Stewart American Made Market.
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