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It’s already a workhorse in your kitchen — here’s how to put it to good use in the rest of your house.
Laying your head on your pillow each night should be an exercise in comfort and serenity—not a guaranteed way to wake up with a neck cramp.
Find innovative solutions to everyday problems with a product you already have in your kitchen.
Some ideas seem so natural that you wonder why they haven’t already been invented. And then, there are man candles.
Pro basketball player Andy Rautins is best known as a guard with the New York Knicks. He also happens to be a young adult who is living with his parents. Thanks to the NBA lockout, Rautins, 25, decided to move back into his Syracuse, NY childhood bedroom this year, telling ESPN New York that “…I’ve been trying to see the positives in staying home and there’s a bunch so far. It’s saving me a lot of money right now and I think that’s a big concern for a lot of players.”
Follow our guide to help you decide if you need a warranty, or if you should skip it and save money.
What is believed to be the skinniest piece of residential real estate in New York City, the newly listed home in the West Village was originally a pass-through for carriages and was squeezed between two average size structures in 1873. The place is so tiny, it doesn’t even have a full address.
Scientists from public health and safety organization NSF International swabbed 30 surfaces in 22 homes for a total of 660 tests to help answer one filthy question: What is the dirtiest thing in your house?