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If you’ve worked hard to cultivate a garden full of thriving fruits and vegetables, you need to make the necessary winter preparations so your crops survive even as the temperature drops.
It’s a spectacle unique to Las Vegas. Six million plants, plus giant trees, water features, lighting, butterflies, birds and robotics have crossed the 13,500-square-foot floor of the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden in the past 20 years, along with about 150 million visitors.
This delicious and nutritious smoothie by MindBodyGreen.com can deal with most ailments.
Broccoli is a delicious superfood that offers a lot of health benefits. If you want to plant this cruciferous vegetable in your garden or homestead, here are some tips that you need to keep in mind.
“O” My! Bellagio Pâtisserie Unveils New Chocolate Sculpture in Celebration of Resort’s 20th Anniversary
In celebration of Bellagio’s 20th anniversary, the resort’s renowned pastry team created a chocolate sculpture of the famous Zebra character from “O” by Cirque du Soleil.
CENTENNIAL BALL RAISES MORE THAN $923,000 AND CELEBRATES MUSEUM’S 100-YEAR LEGACY IN GRAND STYLE
Mediterranean ingredients and flavors create dishes that nicely bridge the gap between summer and fall — they’re refreshing, colorful and filled with fruits and vegetables.
Kansas City and St. Louis have some of the worst-rated nursing homes in the country, while Topeka, Overland Park and Wichita have some of the best.
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission Monday announced its 2018-2019 winter schedule,
Don’t look now, but another batch of cool kids from New York City and L.A. are rolling into town this weekend, riding a wave of national and international press.
Monday afternoon, Kansas Department for Children and Families (DCF) Secretary Gina Meier-Hummel concluded a statewide tour, visiting all 36 DCF offices.
Follow these steps if you want to try growing ginger in your backyard.
Archaeologists in Greece have discovered at least 58 shipwrecks, many laden with antiquities, in what they say may be the largest concentration of ancient wrecks ever found in the Aegean and possibly the whole of the Mediterranean.
In September, the Kansas Department of Agriculture participated in a trade mission to Uruguay, where Kansas purebred beef cattle producers had the opportunity to research and develop new markets for beef genetics.
As neighborhoods like North Park, Barrio Logan and East Village continue to grow and develop, the artists and craftspeople who once inhabited cheap spaces there are being priced out.
If you want to bug in and live off-grid during a power grid failure, here are three tips that can help you out.
Pursuant to the authority in Title 2 of the Oklahoma Statutes, Section 2-4, the State Board of Agriculture hereby states that there shall be a suspension on the acceptance and processing of registration applications by the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food, and Forestry for poultry feeding operations.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister announced that the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE) has been awarded a nearly $4 million federal Native Youth Community Project (NYCP) grant aimed at improving college and career readiness for 1,400 American Indian high school students.
The Idle Hour: The Irvine Museum Collection at the University of California, Irvine
Backyard gardening is a fool-proof way of being in control of what’s inside the food you put on the dining table.
Lured by Lebanon’s winemaking potential and nostalgia for his homeland, Maher Harb left a Paris consultancy job in 2010 and dug vines into the soil of family land unused since the country’s civil war.
Finding several clumps of weeds in your garden can be the most annoying thing for a homesteader. But did you know that some of them are actually edible? (h/t to EcoWatch.com)
Rwandans enjoy eating beetroot but entrepreneur Assumpta Uwamariya has found a novel use for the vegetable – turning it into a red wine that has proven popular with customers in several African countries and even as far away as Germany.
The weekends are for the birds – and the rabbits. For Shelley McBride Lynch who owns 3F’s Poultry and Rabbit Processing, LLC, this is only partially true.
Under the scorching Maltese sun, Josephine Xuereb carefully sweeps salt originating from the Mediterranean Sea into small piles, a job generations of her family have done since 1860.
The city might change how it funds cultural nonprofits.
Burgerville says thousands of customers’ credit and debit card information may have been compromised during a cyberattack.
The holidays are rapidly approaching — which means seasonal ingredients will start appearing in local stores, such as the jarred or vacuum-packed chestnuts sought by Karen Kevick.
For those of you who do love this green seed pod, did you know that they are easy to grow?
Want to get the most yield and the biggest tubers from your crop of potatoes, protect them from certain pests and weeds, and not use any artificial chemicals?
Fur trimmings were scarce on the past month’s spring catwalk collections in Milan and Paris, but the two leading luxury centers are some way off following London Fashion Week in going fur-free
Enjoy this delicious recipe from the Health Ranger.
Kids doodle. Kids draw. Kids paint. Usually, followed with a kiss from mom who then proudly hangs the masterpiece on the refrigerator door. Club Kids of Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County have taken it a step further – their art now hangs on the gallery walls of the Port St. Lucie Civic Center.
Fish and chips, scampi and prawn cocktail are all on the menu at chippie owner Daniel Sutton’s newest branch, with one caveat: “There’s no fish in our fish,” he says.
Chanel took the fashion set on an exotic beach getaway for its catwalk show on Tuesday, as models wearing the French couture house’s trademark tweed suits and sun hats strolled barefoot along the sand, waves lapping at their feet.
The Kansas Department of Agriculture has funds available for reimbursement to Kansas specialty crop growers who attend the Great Lakes Expo held in Grand Rapids, Michigan, from December 4-6, 2018.
Distressed denim looks got a glamorous makeover on the runway at Miu Miu on Tuesday, as models rocked jean dresses with sheer underlays and shimmering sequined trimmings on the last day of Paris Fashion Week.
LVMH’s Louis Vuitton presented a new collection fit for a space odyssey at the end of Paris Fashion Week on Monday, with futuristic, crystal-strewn looks, oversized sleeves and patterned dresses evoking skylines.
The Paula A. Lewis Branch Library is looking for Treasure Coast artists interested in displaying their works in the branch’s ArtSpace.
As anyone who has heard Tony Bennett sing can confirm, there’s something tangible about the sounds he creates, something you can’t quite put into words.
Once you are done with your cup of brewed coffee, what do you do with the used grounds?
Woodchip mulching can suppress weed growths under field conditions, according to a study published in Agronomy Journal.
Jumpsuits were the order of the day at Stella McCartney’s catwalk show during Paris Fashion Week on Monday, with skin-tight floral numbers contrasting with more laid back, wide-legged boilersuit styles in white and blue tie-dye prints.
Like every successful Orange County socialite who turns 40, Pacific Symphony pulled out all the stops on Thursday for a glitzy birthday party that celebrated its many successes over the last four decades.
Fall is upon us – and for gardeners, another great time for planting.