Q: Tim, I have a big decision to make and need your help. I love the look of colored brick for paving, including my driveway, sidewalks and patio. The issue is I’ve started to pay attention to older installations of colored concrete paving brick and many look faded. Why is that happening? Some look horrible, especially at a restaurant I patronize. I don’t want my investment to look faded in a few years. Do I have alternatives, and is there a way to restore the color of faded concrete brick pavers? —Mary Chris F., Tampa, Fla.
Seth Rogen was left "humiliated" when a security guard stopped him meeting Beyonce at the Grammy Awards.
The culmination of months of work, area students show animals they have raised at the Central Virginia Livestock Show each year. For some, like 18-year-old Emma Jackson, this is the ninth and, likely, final year of competing, but years working alongside animals have paved the way to a true passion for agriculture.
Oscar winner Regina King brings out the absolute best in four actors in her directorial debut, “One Night in Miami.”
Q: Mr. Tim, last week I wasted all sorts of time and got frustrated trying to dig a simple hole in my yard. A neighbor looked over the fence and suggested I change shovels. Anyway, I figured you’ve used lots of shovels in your career and might help me start a decent collection so I won’t be frustrated ever again. Tell me all about the shovels I’d see if I came over to your house or stopped by one of your job sites. How do you store them? —Barry K., Tulsa, Okla.
Emergency calls in Danville can be a family affair for the men of the Clay family.
LED lights in the shower that bathe a user in color, and a reclaimed wood accent wall near the fireplace. Artisan hand-baked clay tiles as a k…
Owen Colley says he is making clay koalas to raise money for Australian wildfire relief because "helping animals is better than watching TV."
By Sarah Honosky
Delighted Tobehere is technically a resident of the Big Apple, but her primary residence these days is the airport.
The gymnasium at North Polk High School in the tiny town of Alleman, Iowa, population 432, was already giving Clay Warner a standing ovation before he even set foot on the court.
Trish Barlowe slammed a hunk of porcelain bisque onto the pottery wheel.
Come April, a total of nine totem poles, some 7 feet tall, will rise out of the courtyards of two Lynchburg schools if all goes according to plan.
If you’re looking for a new hobby and have considered trying your hand at a pottery wheel, let one of these library books show you how to get …
The McConville Road Culvert Replacement Project begins Feb. 6, weather permitting, according to a news release from the city.
The artists, artisans and general creative types featured in this year's gift guide make everything from homemade coffee and cocoa mixes to cu…
Tucked away in Bedford County’s Coleman Falls, the house and studio of 36-year-old Beatriz Gutierrez sits atop a steep, bumpy dirt driveway.