Fifty years ago today, 20 million Americans coast to coast took to the streets, college campuses, parks, and assembly halls to demonstrate for a healthier, more sustainable environment. The first Earth Day in 1970 launched the modern environmental movement and is touted as the planet’s largest civic event.(more…)
When choosing lighting for a home, whether it’s a brand new build or a simple renovation, most homeowners look foremost at style and color.
But when Don built a new garage for his Fairhaven, Michigan, home, his list of priorities also included American-made lights with LED options.(more…)
When you have spent the past 30 years fishing almost every day, what do you do when you retire? Henry Waszczuk, star angler and producer of Fins & Skins Classic Adventures and Fishing the Flats TV, is contemplating his options now that retirement is on the horizon.(more…)
Kids growing up in the 1950s enjoyed an idyllic era. Although there were no cell phones or video games, a kid could always find friends ready to play outside or enjoy a trip in the open bed of a pickup truck to get an ice cream.(more…)
When looking to freshen up a space in your home, there are many options all with varying price points. New paint is relatively cheap and easy, but updated lighting also offers a budget-friendly change and demonstrates what a difference one single element, like good lighting , can make.(more…)
When the time came to convert her Palm Coast, Florida, vacation home into a permanent residence, Brenda had a long list of improvements to make.
“We built the house in 2001 but decided to make it our permanent home when we retired,” she says. “We gutted and rebuilt the kitchen, put in all new windows and sliders, and extended both decks with new roofing and tiling.” An extra garage was also added with new garage doors and modern windows.(more…)