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4 Ways To Beat The Autumn Blues

4 Ways To Beat The Autumn Blues

This time of year, it’s common for people to get the seasonal blues. These simple strategies can help keep you feeling fall fantastic!

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Fall Forecast: Warm Up or Cool Down?

Fall Forecast: Warm Up or Cool Down?

Will the new season usher in cooler, quieter conditions? We’ve got the fall forecast for both the U.S. and Canada.

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Here Comes The Autumnal Equinox: First Day of Fall!

Here Comes The Autumnal Equinox: First Day of Fall!

Fall arrives this week with the Autumnal Equinox. But what is that, exactly? We explain.

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How Do I Get Rid Of These Bugs?

How Do I Get Rid Of These Bugs?

Timely tips and tricks on ways to recognize and get rid of these pests trying to make a home under your roof!

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Spicy Lemon and Curry Chicken Soup

Spicy Lemon and Curry Chicken Soup

This soup is a delicious, lemony take on a classic favorite, and a perfect warm-up meal for cool fall or winter nights. It wow’ed the judges in our 2016 Lemon Recipe Contest!

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Will The Summer Warmth Continue? Check Our Fall Outlook

Will The Summer Warmth Continue? Check Our Fall Outlook

Fall officially arrives on September 22nd. But will the heat hang on? What about foliage? Find out what’s in store. Includes Canada, too!

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Beer: It’s What’s For Dinner!

Beer: It’s What’s For Dinner!

Oktoberfest celebrations may be coming to a close, but beer is still the main attraction and gives a boost of flavor to these delicious easy-to-make recipes!

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Fall 2015 Arrives This Week!

Fall 2015 Arrives This Week!

As we greet the Autumnal Equinox on Wednesday, September 23rd, learn why we will start seeing shorter days and colorful leaves!

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Mars Meets Its Rival

Mars Meets Its Rival

Later this month, Mars will pass relatively near to its “rival,” the star Antares. Who will outshine?

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