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Touch of tradition elevates space to feel timeless

January 28, 2023, 6:19am Life

Modern, sleek decor isn’t for everyone. For many, a touch of formality or other traditional elements is the ultimate in luxury. Creating a traditional feel doesn’t have to overwhelm a… Read story

Pretty but toxic: Watch toddlers around these houseplants

January 28, 2023, 6:04am Life

When visiting friends or family who have both houseplants and young children, I’ve been compared to “Aunt Bonnie” from the Geico commercial “Aunt Infestation.” Read story

Plaid is a seasonal addition to this neutral bedding, giving it a wintry update.

Prepping home for a long winter

Plaid is a seasonal addition to this neutral bedding, giving it a wintry update.

January 27, 2023, 6:25am Life

After the Christmas trees come down, the house always feels a little bare for a week or two, so I like to use this time to incorporate a few additional elements to keep my home feeling cozy all season long. I love these five tips to help you prep your… Read story

Tips for moving in the new year

January 21, 2023, 6:15am Life

Moving for many is a stressful life experience. The new year is a popular time for those looking to make a life transition to take the plunge. When it comes time for you or your family to make your move, here are some key tips to keep in mind. Read story

A burner on a stove emits blue flames from natural gas in Des Plaines, Ill. Gas stoves are taking heat from environmental groups and government agencies.

Heat is on over gas stove hazards

A burner on a stove emits blue flames from natural gas in Des Plaines, Ill. Gas stoves are taking heat from environmental groups and government agencies.

January 21, 2023, 6:11am Life

Gas stoves are getting grilled. Read story

This April 2, 2019, photo provided by the Forest Preserve District of Will County, IL, shows moss growing at the base of a tree at Raccoon Grove Nature Preserve in Monee, IL.

Lichens, moss, algae on trees are harmless

This April 2, 2019, photo provided by the Forest Preserve District of Will County, IL, shows moss growing at the base of a tree at Raccoon Grove Nature Preserve in Monee, IL.

January 21, 2023, 6:11am Life

Now that deciduous trees are bare, trunks and branches have taken center stage, and you might be noticing nuances and irregularities that evaded your attention over the summer. For instance, what are those green masses growing on your trees? Read story

Dreaming of a new kitchen in 2023? Be prepared for a long process.

Kitchen remodel requires planning, patience

Dreaming of a new kitchen in 2023? Be prepared for a long process.

January 21, 2023, 6:11am Life

According to USA Cabinet Store Kitchen & Bath Design Center, the typical kitchen remodel project takes anywhere from three to six months to complete. A larger kitchen remodel can take even longer — sometimes more than a year. Smart Remodeling LLC counters with an estimate of six to nine weeks… Read story

Energy Adviser: Take steps to prevent electrical fires

January 21, 2023, 6:10am Clark County Life

Electricity animates much of our personal lives and our communities, but sometimes when something’s so convenient and beneficial it can be easy to forget how dangerous it is. Read story

It is hard to beat a simple but elegant neutral toned ready-made.

Change bedding for fresh look

It is hard to beat a simple but elegant neutral toned ready-made.

January 21, 2023, 6:03am Life

Every year I try to set goals for myself, as one does, and my New Year’s resolution for 2023 is to get more rest. With a new baby, I can see how I might be setting myself up for failure. Nonetheless, setting goals (achievable or not) is often what keeps… Read story

David Harbour in "Violent Night," directed by Tommy Wirkola.

David Harbour good as a bad Santa

David Harbour in "Violent Night," directed by Tommy Wirkola.

January 20, 2023, 5:55am Entertainment

A holiday action film starring David Harbour as a bad Santa tops the DVD releases for the week of Jan. 24. Read story