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DIY Friday: 5 EASY Summer Slow-Cooker Recipes


Can you believe how fast this summer is going? While it may be halfway through, the summer activities are still going full-force–and with school, sports and more just around the corner, who has time to worry about making complicated dinners every night? We have good news for you! With these recipes, you’ll still be able […]


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Where to Watch Fireworks this 4th of July


City of Pittsburgh: EQT Flashes of Freedom at Point State Park, downtown, 9:35 p.m. (festivities include: live music, food vendors, kids zone with crafts, face painting, interactive activities, caricature drawings, and Amber’s Amazing Animal Balloons from 4-8)   Ambridge: Walter Panek Park at approximately 10 p.m. (July 2) Avalon: Avalon Park at 9:15 p.m. (July 1) Bellevue: Avalon Park at […]


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10 Tips & Tricks for Having the Cleanest Home on the Block


So it might almost be summer already, but if you’re just getting around to your spring cleaning now, here are a few ways to make it look like you’ve been this neat and tidy through ALL the seasons!   1. For the Shiniest Stove Grates… Seal them in a plastic bag with just a touch […]


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Deer-Proof Plants for Your Summer Garden


Do you love spending hours in the sunshine beautifying and perfecting your landscape? Does all that work get destroyed by those pesky deer constantly roaming the yards of PA homeowners? Here are some plants that are sure to withstand those unwanted visitors!   1. Forsythia Forsythia plants like: At least 6 hours of full sunlight […]


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DIY Friday: 4 Scrumptious & Simple Summer Cocktails


Looking for some delicious ways to cool off and relax this summer? Try these fun, fresh and tasty cocktails with a variety of ingredients at your next backyard party, or even just with dinner tonight!   1. Vanilla & Fresh Cherry Bourbon Cocktail     Ingredients: For one drink 1/2 cup fresh cherries pitted 1/4 teaspoon Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla […]


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