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(BPT) - The bath serves a variety of uses, from a functional room to a serene sanctuary, a storage facility to a salon. And, whether you enjoy it yourself or share with the family, every bathroom is in need of one major thing – organization. To help keep your bath feeling more serene and less insane, follow these eight ideas to help improve your organization, maximize space and even add a bit of style.
Among the items needed are:
shaving cream and men’s and women’s razors, feminine hygiene products and deodorant for men and women;
(BPT) - For years, women have been working at the ends of hair, rather than the foundation – the scalp. Now, it is time to start working at the right end of hair.
(BPT) - For many, spring’s warmer weather is welcomed with spending more time outside. But for allergy sufferers, the season can mean facing symptoms that make them look and feel bad.
(BPT) - If you’re bored by your bathroom, you might think a total room remodel is the only way to make a difference. And, if you’re like most homeowners, you might not have the time, expertise or budget to tackle high-profile projects like replacing your flooring, vanity, tub or shower.
(StatePoint) Warm weather means barbeques, baseball and trips to the park with family and pets. But for pet owners, warm weather can also mean fleas, ticks, mosquitoes and other disease-carrying bugs.
(BPT) - Holmes and Watson, Riggs and Murtaugh, Starsky and Hutch – when it comes to sleuthing out just what critter is munching on your spring garden, you may feel like your partnership with Mother Nature is as contentious as any that ever graced the big, or small screen. After all, how are you supposed to fight the “crime” of a decimated garden if you can’t identify the suspect who’s been devouring your daylilies?
(NAPSI)—Summer is right around the corner, and for many families, that means it’s the season for pool time fun. Swimming is not only the ideal way to cool off, it’s also great exercise and supports a healthy lifestyle.
It will be interesting whether Mike Piazza’s just-published autobiography, “Long Shot” (Simon & Schuster), will sway some of the crotchety members of the Baseball Writers Association of America who did not vote for him for the Hall of Fame to do so next year.
Mike states that he did indeed take supplements but they were completely legal at the time. It is hard to criticize an athlete who wants to perform better for purchasing products at the local GNC that anyone else can get. He categorically states that he has never taken an illegal performance enhancing drug.
(NewsUSA) - Sometimes, the most effective products are made for horses. Wait, what?
(BPT) - Home ownership is an important investment that can create both a sense of pride and a place in the world that is all your own. While the investment in purchasing or building your own home is sizeable, letting your home fall into disrepair can be even more costly. However, home maintenance doesn’t have to be a daunting task. By following a few simple steps and making maintenance a regular activity, you’ll not only preserve the quality of your home, but you’ll likely save money over the long term.
Local teen “models” and “fashion designers” competed on Dec. 26 for bragging rights and some highly sought-after prizes at a Project Runway program at the Queens Library’s Pomonok Branch in Flushing. First place went to Designer Alyssa Sadofsky, 16, whose model was Corine Houngninou, 10. Both live in the neighborhood and are library regulars.
Librarian Frances Grossman, who works with children and young adults, describes herself as “fashion focused” and she counts Lifetime’s “Project Runway” as one of her favorite shows. When her teens and ‘tweens begged for a library program dealing with clothing and fashion, she thought of recreating the reality show. Would it be OK with the producers, The Weinstein Company, if she used the name? She decided to phone and find out.
(BPT) - Let’s face it, skincare isn’t always a priority for most guys. However, the path to healthy, comfortable skin is not as difficult as one might think. For men with skin issues, relief is only a few simple steps away. San Diego-based dermatologist Dr. Jeffrey Benabio lists five common skincare pitfalls guys face and how each can be easily avoided.
(BPT) - Remodeling and refreshing the home is a great way to keep cabin fever at bay during long winter months. Designing a bathroom remodel to incorporate innovative style, comfort and efficiency helps to speed the winter months along, and your family will certainly enjoy the rest of the season with a beautiful new bathroom.
(BPT) - As the temperature drops and the holiday season approaches, the pressure rises for those who will partake in the season’s festivities. From holiday style to gifting, the list of holiday how-tos can seem overwhelming.
(BPT) - With winter weather comes the inevitable – dry, itchy, uncomfortable skin due to loss of moisture. With harsh winds and snow outdoors, you’ll want to cuddle up with a loved one but dry, flaky and cracked skin could make you apprehensive warming up next to that special someone.
(BPT) - - Whether it’s a few extra hairs in the sink or a completely bare scalp, baldness is a common issue for many people – not just men. Balding generally refers to hair loss from your scalp, usually caused by genetics, environment, various medications or an underlying medical condition. It is often characterized with a receding hairline and thinning crown near the temples and mid-anterior scalp.
Based on the media hysteria, one would have thought that the season was over for the Giants after they lost to the Dallas Cowboys 24-17 in the NFL season opener. The same doomsday prophets must have been gleefully rubbing their hands when Eli Manning uncharacteristically threw three interceptions in the first half of last Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to put the Giants in a 27-13 hole early in the third quarter.
As per custom, Eli turned into Superman as he shook off what looked to be a terrible day and started hitting his receivers, Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks, on big plays. When the game ended, Manning had thrown for over 500 yards and the Giants had pulled off a needed 41-34 comeback win.
The opening of “Relationships Undressed” in Long Island City was quite the affair.
Dozens of art lovers escaped the deluge outside and filled the M55 Art gallery to gaze at artist Emily Stedman’s watercolor nudes and to not be caught looking at the unclothed waiters — one woman and one man.
Lyndell Williams knows her plants. She points to the echinacea, saying that after making a cough syrup from the herb she knows why they say to take it only every four hours. The espazote, an herb from Puerto Rico, tastes great in her cabbage and black-eyed peas and she can’t wait for the sunflowers to mature to try out a homemade hair product.
Williams is one of the 20 senior gardeners at the two-year-old plots at the Riis Neighborhood Settlement House, a community center in the middle of the Queensbridge and Ravenswood Houses in Long Island City.
(BPT) - - While many men are concerned with the appearance of their hair, scalp health is often overlooked. Most guys do not realize that a great head of hair begins with a well-nourished scalp. Feeding the scalp provides the right foundation for great hair, and when the scalp is not properly cared for, it can impact how hair looks.
On a hot and hazy day in Astoria a stage was erected adjacent to the Hells Gate Bridge overlooking Astoria Park’s great lawn. This would be the site of the inaugural Astoria Band Fest.
The event, hosted on July 14, was a brainchild of Erick Benitez of Toast Productions and the fulfillment of a lifetime idea. The event consisted of five local bands, representing an array of musical genres.