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Make sure toys you buy are age-appropriate
Nov 21, 2015 7:25 AM
As you head out to start your holiday shopping, make sure the toys you are buying are age-appropriate for the kids on your list.
Larynx changes during puberty cause boy's voice to crack
Nov 21, 2015 7:10 AM
Q: My son is 14, and his voice has started to change. Why does this happen?
Make holiday decorating easier this year
Metro Creative Services
Nov 21, 2015 7:15 AM
Some people find holiday decorating enjoyable and eagerly anticipate taking out storage containers and sorting through all of their memory-laden trinkets, while others are less enthusiastic about readying their homes for the season. No matter which group you fall into, the following are some simple tips to make holiday decorating easier.
Like Santa's elves, DuPage Woodworkers make toys for children
By Susan Dibble
Nov 21, 2015 8:29 PM
Like Santa's elves, members of the DuPage Woodworkers are busy throughout the year making toys to be delivered to boys and girls at Christmas. This year, members made more than 1,600 wooden toys that were given to three charities at the group's November meeting.
In Africa, Pope Francis to find a church growing in numbers
By CHRISTOPHER TORCHIA
Nov 23, 2015 7:00 AM
Pope Francis to visit Africa for first time; Catholics there await a message of reconciliation
Midwest travel: Start the holidays with the Art Institute
By Jacky Runice
Nov 21, 2015 7:17 AM
Build a gingerbread house at Chicago's Millennium Park, or see the wreathing of the lions outside the Art Institute. And a little further out, you can celebrate the traditions of Sinterklaas in Pella, Iowa.
Turnips in Green Olive Pesto
Nov 20, 2015 5:55 AM
Mario Batali makes green olive pesto for turnips.
FHA reforms don't rescue condo buyers
By Ken Harney
Nov 20, 2015 1:00 AM
If you're a first-time buyer with a moderate income and not much cash for a down payment on a condo, the availability of Federal Housing Administration (FHA) financing is a big deal. But the reforms FHA recently outlined don't address the key reasons why so many condo associations no longer are certified and why so many first-time buyers and minorities have been shut out.
When to negotiate repairs with sellers
By Barry Stone
Nov 20, 2015 1:00 AM
Q. We offered full price on a home and hired a home inspector. The main issue in his report was rust and corrosion in the forced air furnace. We want the sellers to pay for this, but our Realtor says we should have the home appraised before requesting repairs.
Family ties grow stronger around the dinner table
By Annettee Budzban
Nov 20, 2015 8:00 AM
Annettee Budzban says that dining together brings a family closer and opens the lines of communication.
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