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Archives for August 2013

Make Your Future a Success With No Fences Land Company

  by James Moore It’s a fact that outdoorsmen and women make up one of the biggest industries in this country. The hunter is always looking for that perfect habitat when the deer season begins; and the avid angler is looking for that sequestered area with the perfect lakes or streams where he/she can land […]

MITCHELL 300: The Next Generation

French engineer Maurice Jacquemin set out to design a fishing reel that could cast longer and recover line without tangling. That was a tall order back in the late ‘30s early ‘40s, when spinning reels as they are known today didn’t even exist. Jacquemin spent two years developing the unique invention to meet his high […]

Weekly Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun August 30, 2013

INDEPENDENT & FOREIGN FILMS   Afternoon Delight (R for profanity, drug use and graphic sexuality) Midlife crisis dramedy set in L.A., about a bored housewife (Kathryn Haghn) who spices up her life by hiring a stripper (Juno Temple) as a live-in nanny. With Jane Lynch, Josh Radnor, Jessica St. Clair and Michaela Watkins.   American […]

Tapping Into the Earth Stops Utility Companies from Tapping Into Your Wallet

The ground absorbs nearly half of the solar energy our planet receives. As a result, the earth remains at a constant, moderate temperature just below its surface all year round – varying only a few degrees depending on your location. However, the air temperatures above are not as stable. Varying greatly – from the sizzling […]

ClimateMaster Relieves the Frustration of the Homeowner

Yes, we all have frustration, and a great deal of that frustration comes from the workplace. While working all day long, the paradise you dream about is that tranquil home that’s just waiting for you to arrive. Coming home and walking over the threshold after dealing with horrendous summer traffic to enter a nice, cool […]

A Sibling Ending Would Rock at the U.S. Open

   by Amy Lignor The picture is intriguing to think about…the final match would be yet another that went down in history when it came to the Williams’ sisters. And the beginning of the U.S. Open did hold that rockin’ promise that a Williams’ ending could come true.   When you think about it, Serena […]

The Lucky 7 at the U.S. Open

   by  Amy Lignor Okay…even though he is assumed by many to be a shark in them thar U.S. Open waters, Federer’s style is not exactly what most fans like to see. He’s not what you would call the most open guy, yet the fans are purchasing shirts that promote and support him this year. […]

Noise Pollution Can be Cured with ClimateMaster Geothermal Heating & Cooling Systems

Believe it or not, the noise from a substandard air conditioning unit can cause an amazing amount of stress in the household. Whether that be from a window unit or another ill-efficient, traditional HVAC system, those noises are difficult to live with. Considering the amount of money spent to build or buy, every homeowner wants […]

BAM Brands Knows the Successful Franchisee

  by Samantha Lewis Opening a franchise: There is no absence of lists on the internet that tell you the do’s and don’ts of how to create a successful franchise. But the one thing they never state is that after all the good things are done and the bad things are avoided, it still takes […]

The Fruits of Your Labor

Common Sense Strategies for Soft Mast By Marlene Odahlen-Hinz Several years ago my husband and I planted several crab apple trees on our hunting property. They did fine but not great, so we decided to talk with an expert on how to better provide an additional low-cost, low-maintenance food source for our deer. We sat down with John Bailey, of […]