As surprising as it may seem, GM revealed this week’s review vehicle, the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu Eco, two full years ago at the 2011 New York International Auto Show.

Here it is the middle of June and the weather is still a bit variable – not that it is a bad thing. For late planters (like me this year), it has a plus.

“Homesteading” is a term out of history that has come to be popular again, but with a variety of meanings and nuances.

One of the fun things about watching the car business is that, from time to time, companies will do things that really surprise you.

Even as I prepare this column, the threat of thunderstorms looms all around. Florida has already suffered violent summer weather.

Volkswagen has always had a way of a instilling a certain style into their automobiles, while at the same time keeping functionality clearly at the top of their design criteria.

Interest in natural organic lawn and garden fertilizers has been on the rise in recent years.

SCORE mentors deliver free, confidential advice for many businesses’ needs.

There have been so many steady improvements in automobiles over the last couple of decades that it’s sometimes hard to highlight which are the most important.

The world of interior lighting seems to have exploded in the last decade. Gone are the days of choosing either incandescent bulbs or recessed florescent tubes.

Grass grown in shade often deteriorates over time, especially as trees in and around the lawn area increase in size.

If you look into the history of the iconic American full-size pickup truck, you realize that for decades the platform stayed pretty much the same: a cab with two doors and a bed in the back with ei

The other day I needed to get out my electric drill, which I keep in a special case - one that holds some sentimental value for me.

Whether you are short on space, looking for ways to accentuate your house, porch or deck, or just enjoy their mobility, growing plants in containers is a rewarding gardening adventure.

In this age of cars coming in every shape and size imaginable, the thought of a new vehicle that is a genuine head-turner because of its radical form seems unlikely.

Over the last several years, I have noticed that many of our local home supply stores have begun to offer rain barrels and accessory kits to make them work for you.

After a winter of little activity, carpenter ants foraging for food will start to reappear inside the home.

Like everything connected to technology these days, the process of developing new vehicles is taking less time with each passing year.

Few gardening endeavors are as satisfying as raising one’s own vegetables.

Time sure flies when you’re a sports car, especially if you’re one of the most identifiable sporting automobiles ever to carve up a serpentine stretch of blacktop or rout the competitio

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