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Choose best asphalt filler based on shape, depth of cracks
By Henri de Marne
Apr 24, 2016 4:00 AM
Q. Can you give me the name of the commercial grade asphalt crack sealer that you have recommended previously? Also, how large a crack can it fill?
Prince death poignant point on how music fills our lives
By Jim Davis
Apr 24, 2016 2:38 PM
Columnist Jim Davis: Where were you when Prince died? David Bowie? Glen Frey? Elvis?
Rozner: Small play sparks big Blackhawks comeback
By Barry Rozner
Apr 23, 2016 11:29 PM
One small play changed the Blackhawks' fortunes Saturday night and now the Hawks have the Blues right where they want them.
Changing brokers will not help if house is overpriced
By Edith Lank
Apr 23, 2016 2:00 AM
Q. My parents' house has not sold after being on the market for more than 260 days. This week was the end of the contract, and I took it off the market. Several real estate agents called me the next day, telling me they would like to sell the property.
Chicken restriction is not uncommon, in even rural association
Apr 23, 2016 3:00 AM
Q. My husband and I just moved into a single family homeowners association in a rural area of McHenry County from a condominium association in Lake County. McHenry County residents may keep chickens. However, the keeping of chickens is prohibited by our association's governing documents. Do you have any suggestions as to how I can get this changed?
Studies show moderate drinking confers heart benefits
By Anthony Komaroff
Apr 23, 2016 6:00 AM
I've heard that drinking red wine, or any alcoholic beverage, in moderation is "heart-healthy." Is it true, and is red wine any healthier than other alcoholic beverages?
Grammar Moses: We're here to slay the jargon
Apr 24, 2016 6:50 AM
An overarching responsibility for us as writers and editors of a general interest newspaper is to translate the idiosyncratic languages that politicians, educators, civil engineers, financial experts and bicycle repairmen speak into words that just about anyone can understand. We're jargon killers.
Eat up: What you eat before and after a workout is important
By Joshua Steckler
Apr 23, 2016 6:13 AM
A great workout starts with great nutrition. Here are some tips on what to eat before and after your workouts.
Payday loans: the worst abuse is not regulated
By Jack Guttentag
Apr 23, 2016 2:00 AM
Hardly a day goes by when my email inbox does not contain an offer to lend me $1,000 or so, no questions asked. The Internet is a cost-effective way of identifying and soliciting potential clients for payday loans. Potentially, it could also be a way to regulate the worst abuse of payday lending, as I'll explain below.
Higher fees for low down payments and credit scores
By Ken Harney
Apr 22, 2016 2:00 AM
If you're planning to buy a home with a low down payment, you need to be aware of some important -- but virtually unpublicized -- price changes underway in the mortgage market.
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