The Houston Botanic Garden will be open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and customers will be required to abide by COVID-19 safety guidelines, including wearing masks and social distancing. The garden will eventually be located at 1 Botanic Lane, but currently sits at 8210 Park Place Blvd. … [Read more...] about The Houston Botanic Garden will open Sept. 18
First developed in 1937, River Terrace in Ward 7 of Washington is a cul-de-sac cut off from the city by the Anacostia River, a highway and major street. A third of the neighborhood is a park with a running trail, a playground and fields where you can watch the Metro cross the river. Nearby sewer cover plates are painted with images of local wildlife. Down alleys are hidden murals. … [Read more...] about We made exploring our city part of home schooling. Here’s how you can, too.
Shelves that are usually stocks with Mason jars and lids in the canning supply section are mostly empty at the Drillin True Value hardware store, Friday, Sept. 4, 2020, in South Portland, Maine. During this ongoing coronavirus pandemic many retailers have been frustrated by the scarce supply of jars and lids used for canning vegetables. less … [Read more...] about Some gardeners in a pickle over scarce canning supplies
Andersen says there were two train cars sitting on a salvage lot in Concrete, WA, when the home’s first owner went looking for a way to creatively add space to the house in the mid-1990s. … [Read more...] about 80-Foot-Long Train Car Is a Fascinating Feature of This Washington Home
Many workers feel pressure to mimic the 9-5 workday at home. But working remotely offers you a little more flexibility with your time. Your employer doesn't expect you to work eight hours straight every day. Take breaks. You will be a better worker for it. … [Read more...] about Hate working from home? Here’s how to make it better