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Fresno Bee (blog)

Can this Fresno cafe, and owner's damaged heart, survive Fulton Street reopening?
Fresno Bee (blog)
When the fences outside his front door finally came down, Carlos Partida's spirits immediately went up. “At least I've got a light in the tunnel,” Partida says. “Let's see now how things are going to get better.” Owning a restaurant was Partida's ...


Grit Magazine

Faithful Homesteader
Grit Magazine
We recently rescued an old church bus from being a party bus. It was already partially converted into an RV, but we are working on turning it into a comfy home. The first projects have been framing, insulation, window tinting, and painting. framing and ...


Intern Series: American Heroes - Past, Present, & Future ...
The White House (blog)
Each year, the Washington, D.C. metro area welcomes some of the Nation's best and brightest young people - a carefully-selected group of rising high school ...

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Washington Post

Wet weather brings garden problems - The Washington Post
Washington Post
A season of rain is as trying as a season of drought. Excess rain creates gooey soil, which is no fun for planting if you are a human and no fun for growing if you ...

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Neglected Rocky Nightmare Transformation
Grit Magazine
Loretta Liefveld We recently moved to North Central Idaho, and I have absolutely no idea how potatoes or any other root crops are ever grown here! Around our home, we have about 6 to 8 inches of topsoil. Under that is a 3- to 4-inch layer of hardpan clay.

 




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