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Actor Bruce Willis has entered the fray in the Westside's action-packed housing market, listing his Beverly Hills mansion at $22 million.
From those amped-up TV ads, you have to wonder how humanity survived before collapsible garden hoses and earwax vacuums.
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Every day our appliances take a beating. From the constant opening and closing of doors to turning them on and off, our daily actions can eventually lead to a repair call or earlier-than-expected replacement.
Q: I have a dry-laid brick patio bordered on three sides by flower beds. Over the years I have noticed that the bricks are turning black on top. This is not from garden soil or mud, and it is not uniform in its coverage. I have thought about scrubbing the bricks with a water-bleach mix, but I am afraid that it will bleach the bricks.
Is your garden calling out to you to do something and you are not sure what to do first?
Blue Fortune Agastache, or anise hyssop, is causing quite a stir in our garden. We have dozens - some partnered with TigerEye Gold rudbeckia, others with the scarlet milkweed - but believe me when I say 3- to 4-foot-tall incredible spikes of blue bottle brush-like flowers are indeed stealing the show.
"Until She Comes Home" by Lori Roy; Dutton ($26.95)
Ross Chapin is re-envisioning the neighborhood.
The showers, toilets, washing machines, garden hoses and other thirsty devices can spray your water bill with charges.
Michael C. Hall of "Dexter" fame has bought a restored home in Los Feliz for $3.825 million.
Laura Buzzelli lived her life with a respect for the environment. So she wanted to show that same respect in death, too.
A few years ago, Shawna Coronado was approaching 40, working in a high-pressure sales position in downtown Chicago, taking a dozen prescriptions a day. This was not fun.
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You think tree pollen has been in great quantity this spring?
Lights & Sirens: Court records: DUI suspect handed officer can of beer when asked for his driver's license, said he was a government assassin
Word on the Street: Washington State Fair to host Carnival of Madness Tour featuring Shinedown, Skillet, others
- Man dies after crashing his longboard near Chambers Bay
- Monday Seahawks links
- Former owner John Nordstrom is a quiet yet respected presence around the Seahawks
- Traffic Q&A: DUIs can be given to those below legal limit
- Clover Park student to miss graduation over math test